A United Nations anti-Axis rally and parade in Santiago, Chile during World War II People crowd in front of a building for demonstration against the Axis. Buildings in the background. They hold banners. A man at a platform speaks into a microphone. People listen to him and hold banners. People parade on streets holding a flag of the United States and Britain. People cheer and hold flags. They show a sign of victory.
From footage on Chilean Presidential Elections. Reflections in street puddle of political poster and people pass by. Camera zooms in on headline of newspaper on stand. View through window of people passing on street. Empty streets during early morning. Two policemen on duty at the Mapocho Station (Estación Mapocho) in Santiago, Chile.
On Chilean Presidential Elections. Citizens wait in line to enter polls outside the Mapocho station (Estación Mapocho ) in Santiago Chile. Large crowd gathered outside the station. Several banners and posters of the candidates. Women stand in lines. Soldiers stand by. Men enter the station.
On Chilean Presidential Elections. Crowd gathered around one of the candidates, Eduardo Frei. Photographers take pictures. Enthusiastic crowd follows Frei as he walks along street in Santiago Chile. Man place ballot in slot of box.
United States Army Air Forces airplanes at an airbase in the United States. Airplanes parked. Bow of P-47 Thunderbolt. Names on the bows of P-boats. 'Spittin Maggie', 'Honey Chile' written on the planes. A man standing near an airplane.
U.S. Army Soldiers load a 155mm howitzer. Visiting Latin American officers from Chile, Columbia and Brazil, and several other nations, each take turns giving command for firing the 155mm howitzer, while the others watch. Afterwards, the visiting officers gather around U.S. Army Brigadier General Allen as he describes the gun and points out its features. The battery continues firing several rounds, which are seen exploding in the target field.