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A Japanese destroyer leaves port and refuels at sea.

A Japanese Navy Minikaze class Destroyer departing from port to patrol in the Sea of Okhotsk. Japanese sailors dressed in rain gear wave from a pier. Closeup of the destroyer passing, with crew on deck, showing details clearly up to amidship. View from ship passing fairly makeship civilian waterfront of wood buildings, docks, and a small boat. Several Japanese flags are seen. The destroyer seen, again, passing the camera rapidly, turning to port, and steaming underway. View, from behind helmsman, on the bridge of the destroyer. Officers looking ahead through the bridge window. Officer issues steering orders to the helmsman who responds by turning the wheel. Sunlight glaring on the water. view of passing coastline and sea birds in flight. Silhouettes of crew member looking through telescopes and officer using binoculars. The destroyer approaches an oiler they tie up and and sailors dressed in overalls, connect a fuel line from one to the other. Officer steps from one ship to the other. View from the destroyer toward forward portside of the oiler. Lines between the ships visible. Officers and crew of the destroyer looking down as the two ships complete refueling and prepare to separate.

Date: 1934
Duration: 3 min 20 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: Japanese
 
 
Zoological students studying specimens from Sea of Okhotsk.

Students and Professors from an Institute of Zoology in Russia, sorting and observing specimens on the deck of a fishing boat Toporov. Specimens are collected from the sea of Okhotsk. 1947.

Date: 1947
Duration: 1 min 33 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: Russian
 
 
Post World War II trials of German and Japanese Leaders for war crimes

Fiilm opens with view of Spandau prison. Inside, Guards patrol the halls. Cell door with name Karl Doenitz on it. Views of Gernam Admiral Doenitz and Admiral Erhch Raeder, looking over war planning charts. Ships burning at sea in nighttime. Glimpse of German U Boat Captain observing through periscope. Back at Spandau prison, an American soldier checks cell of Joachim von Ribbontrop. German Foreign Minister von Ribbontrop seen on steps of an airplane. Scene shifts to Nazi–sponsored so-called American Rally in Madison Square Garden, New York City, on February 20, 1939. A huge picture of George Washington dominates the stage where drummers play while flag-bearing marchers fill the stage. View of audience of 20 thousand persons, rendering Nazi salutes. Someone trying to interfere with the activity is quickly subdued on stage by men in military style uniforms. Scene shifts back to Spandau prison, where a soldier guard passes food through cell door to Julius Streicher (unseen). Closeup of Streicher harranguing a crowd in Germany. Views of German Paramilitary Brown shirts (Storm troopers, or Sturmabteilung) preventing people from patronizing Jewish merchants. Next, victims liberated from Nazi concentration camp are seen being deloused by American soldiers. Back at Dachau, a soldier checks the cell of Hermann Goering, who is next seen eating at an outdoor table with other men, at a Nazi-sponsored public feeding event before World War 2. Brief view of German Chancellor, Heinrich Bruening, who fled Germany in 1934 as the Nazis were coming to power. A Graf Zeppelin, bearing Nazi Swastika insignia, is seen in flight over New York City. Crew member inside the Zeppelin, looking out a window as he plots a position on a chart. The Zeppelin casts a shadow over an ocean liner at sea, as it passes overhead. Back at Spandau prison, a guard opens a door with a key. Several prisoners are seen walking into the prison yard. A firing squad (unseen) is heard marching into position and firing their guns. Scene shifts to Japane, where a Japanese twin engine passenger plane is seen overhead, coming in for a landing. Official buildings are seen in Tokyo and jurists who will participate in war crimes trials. Scene shifts to war crimes trials authorized in Manila, by General Douglas MacArthur. Seen are Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita and another Japanese officer on trial at the High Commissioners Residence in Manila, in 1945. Views of ordinary Japanese soldiers. A court convening.

Date: 1945
Duration: 3 min 46 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Rally scenes from the 6th Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg, 1934

Rally at the Zeppelin Field, during the 6th Nazi Party Congress, Nuremberg, 1934. 6th Hitler rides around the field in an open car to the cheers of attendees. In dramatic scene, Heinrich Himmler, Adolf Hitler, and Viktor Lutze walk slowly along wide path between sea of rally participants standing silently at attention on both sides of them, as mournful music is played. A large memorial wreath is seen and several large burning flames, on pillars.

Date: 1934
Duration: 1 min 39 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: None
 
 
Peacetime activities and contributions by the U.S. Army in the United States.

Scenes from Army Day on April 6, 1934. Secretary of War George Henry Dern, in broadcast to the nation about importance of the Army, in peacetime. Brief glimpses of the Yellowstone River lower falls and Old Faithful and Beehive geysers erupting in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming. View amongst log buildings in Reproduction of Army Fort Dearborn, at the 1933 Century of Progress Exposition in Chicago, Illinois. A pioneer wagon; Native American Indians in ceremonial regalia; antique locomotives and trains at the Exposition. Army General Leonard Wood being sworn in as the Governor General of the Philippines. Closeup of General of the Armies, John J. Pershing, America's highest ranking Military officer. Headquarters of Walter Reed Army hospital, in Washington, DC, named for U.S. Army Major Walter Reed, who confirmed that yellow fever is transmitted by mosquito. Acting on this, the U.S. was able to complete the Panama Canal. View of French dredging equipment sitting idle in the water after Yellow Fever prevented them from completing the canal. Closeup of U.S. Army General William C. Gorgas, who, in 1904, headed the Sanitary Department that controlled mosquitoes and eradicated Yellow Fever, so the canal could be finished. View of a cayman in swamp near the canal. Photograph of George Washington Goethals, Chief Engineer credited with making the canal happen. Explosives employed in canal construction. Earth and rocks being loaded into open rail cars. A steamship transiting the Panama Canal. The Washington Monument; U.S. Library of Congress; and the Lincoln Memorial, cited as examples of accomplishments by U.S. Army engineers. The Wilson Dam, under construction by Army engineers, in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and system of levees being built to control the Mississippi River. The raging Mississippi River during 1927 flood. Flood victims being assisted by U.S. Army soldiers, at a tent camp, receiving food and clothing. An Army airplane flying over a forest fire. Army personnel supervising men in the Civilian Conservation Corps or CCC. Mail being loaded aboard an Army airplane, as airmail service is being opened between Washington DC and New York City. President Woodrow Wilson talking with Army pilot Major Reuben H. Fleet. Mail being loaded into the nose of an airplane. U.S. Army Douglas World Cruiser airplanes in flight, returning from their trip around the world in 1924. A pilot sitting in front seat of a Douglas O-38 airplane, pulls a fabric hood over his cockpit to practice "blind flying". View of the aircraft in flight, with instructor pilot in the open rear cockpit. Army aviators taking a camera and a rifle aboard their airplane as they prepare to leave on an aerial mapping flight. Aerial view of skyscrapers of Manhattan Island, New York City. Army Signal Corps personnel working on communications devices. A cable laying ship operating at sea, in support of the U.S. Army's Alaskan cable and telegraph system. Men loading chemicals into hoppers on Army crop dusting airplane. Several views of Army airplanes crop dusting. Glimpse of boll weevil, the target of their efforts. Closeup of Karl Connell, who as a major in the AEF, in World War I, invented a superior gas mask known as the “Connell” or “Victory” mask. A group of miners wearing gas masks enter a smoky mine entrance. The Army invented tear gas, which is shown being used to thwart a bank robbery, in a staged demonstration. Brigadier General Hugh Johnson, appointed by President Franklin Roosevelt, as head of the Great Depression era National Recovery Administration, or NRA, is seen about to give a speech. Narrator cites him as an example of U.S. Army officers who also serve the country in civilian life. Scene shifts to cadets on parade at the United States Military Academy, West Point, New York.

Date: 1934
Duration: 3 min 36 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
Gerhard Zucker and others attempting to develop postal rockets in the 1930s.

Slate refers to efforts to overcome problems with compressed powder rockets. A large crowd is gathered to watch a demonstration of a Zucker mail rocket. Gerhard Zucker walks ahead and left of Several uniformed Brown Shirts, AKA Nazi Stormtrooper (Sturmabteilung) as they carry a large rocket down some stairs at a beach. Uniformed Hitler youth (Hitlerjugend) are also seen in the crowd of spectators. A cinematographer sets up his camera on structure near the water. Next, the rocket is seen set upon its inclined launching stand as Zucker makes ready the four rockets on each side of the large mail carrier. Closeup of Zucker doing this as another person deposits mail through a door atop the rocket body. Scene shifts to the Wadden Sea off Cuxhaven,on April 9, 1933, where Zucker follows Nazi Stormtroopers carrying the mail rocket across wet sands. Spectators stand shoulder-to-shoulder atop a hill in the background.Zucker standing alone next to the rocket. He and an assistant ignite the 8 side rockets and the mail rocket takes off. But, instead of heading straight, it noses up and loops over backwards, falling to the sand. Stormtroopers lift up the damaged device. Later, Zucker is seen designing a launch with concentric guide rings. He made several attempts in 1934 and 1935, to convince British Royal Mail officials of the viability of rocket mail. He is seen in the last attempt on the Isle of Wight, in January, 1935, standing by his rocket, surrounded by English spectators. His launch stand with concentric rings is clearly seen. He places mail in the rocket body and drops it down through the rings on the launch stand, ignites it and it appears to take off smoothly.(It actually failed.) Views of Belgian Karl Roberti and his postal rocket. An American rocket carrying a line out to a boat needing rescue offshore.

Date: 1935
Duration: 2 min 23 sec
Sound: No
Color: Monochrome
Clip Type: Edited
Language: German
 
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