A new streamlined "car of tomorrow" is demonstrated. New streamlined automobile drives on road in Reseda. The driver is seated with two women passengers in the modern futuristic car. The automatic top can be raised or lowered by the driver without stopping or leaving his position at the steering wheel.
Wreckage of A-17 aircraft that crashed and burned on sidewalk and yard of a house at 1007 Scott Road, Burbank California, while attempting to land at the nearby Lockheed company airfield, on September 21, 1938. Army soldiers in uniform, and Local residents stand around the wreckage. Killed in the crash were: Major General Oscar Westover, Chief of the Army Air Corps, and Crew Chief, Staff Sergeant Samuel Hymes. There were no other casualties, but damage from fire can be seen on two of the nearby houses. People pick through the wreckage. Closeup of the propeller and engine cowling dug into the earth. Large group of spectators standing clear of the wreckage as several officials comb through it. An elderly man and woman, sit in their yard with a small child.
Relna Brewster poses for camera to show her arm muscles. Relna wrestles a male opponent in ring at beach side inVenice California. Spectators gather in number around the ring. Various moves like slams,scoops,locks and tosses are delivered. Relna tosses her opponent on ground. January 1938.
The involvement of the American soldier in the history and growth of the United States from early 1900s until roughly 1938 before World War 2. Scenes of Washington DC and Mount Rainier. Two Confederate and one Union Uniformed veterans of the Civil War walk together in the Arlington National Cemetery, in Virginia. U.S. Soldiers marching during World War I. U.S Cavalry riding in parade during World War I. Views of cities and towns in which U.S. Army posts were established, in the United States. Army troops and cavalry creating trails and paths, and eventually railroads, in wilderness areas of the United States. View of the Presidio Army Base and the Golden Gate Bridge, California. Subtle references to U.S. Army accomplishments, curbing Mississippi River floods (Corps of Engineers) and conquering Yellow Fever (Army Doctor Walter Reed) with views of: point of view shot from moving railroad train in a Colorado canyon; a side wheeler River boat on the Mississippi River; a sugar cane field in Cuba. View of locks in the Panama Canal. Statue of World War I soldiers
A Football Match between California and U.C.L.A. (University of California, Los Angeles) Teams at Berkeley in California. A huge crowd gathers in the spectator area to watch the match. The California Golden Bears wins the match. California Golden Bears scores 20 against a score of 7 of U.C.L.A. team.
An Allied propaganda film to solidify Anglo-American solidarity within the ranks as well as to counter Nazi propaganda aimed at weakening the alliance shows British soldiers in Great Britain during World War 2. 1938: in the United States New York Yankees win the pennant in baseball; scene of Yankees team members shaking hands. View of aviator Douglas Corrigan nicknamed Wrong Way Corrigan after his accidental flight from New York to Ireland instead of California as planned. View of trains on the 6th Avenue Elevated (or Sixth Avenue El) before that service was halted in Manhattan New York City. British citizens go about their daily life. Derby horse race in a stadium. A British boy and his father shovel dirt for a backyard garden. Players play a football (soccer) game at Wembley Stadium in England as spectators cheer the 1938 FA Cup Final with Preston North End taking the Cup versus Huddersfield Town as George Mutch scores the winning goal. Scenes in Germany: People cheer for German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and give Nazi salute. Newspaper headlines about Czech occupation. Graves in a cemetery. British Prime Minister Arthur Neville Chamberlain, Adolf Hitler Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini sign the Munich Agreement. Despite a peace agreement Hitler invades Czechoslovakia. People read 'Military Training Act, 1939'. British soldiers march along a road. View of Adolf Hitler smiling and laughing. Artillery is fired. A poster reads 'Britain Declares War on Germany'. Airplanes in flight and drop leaflets over Germany. German airplanes in flight. Parachutists jump from the airplanes. Hitler talks to officers and considers the war to be over. Radio news broadcast of the British declaration of war on Germany by Neville Chamberlain. Many different British citizens and families shown in living rooms and work places gathered around radios to hear the so called "We shall fight on the beaches" speech of Winston Churchill on June 4, 1940.