Vehicles parked outside a building. Tree with a tall building in the background. 'PsykiatriIska Kliniken.' (Swedish Psychiatric Clinic) written in Swedish on a glass door. Bust of Professor Bror Gadelius, famous Swedish Psychiatrist. "Douane Suisse" (Swedish Customs) written over entry to a building. Vehicles undergo check before driving through the border crossing.
Goodyear managers observe a model of the globe. George Hinshaw shows Mr. Paul Litchfield, Chairman and CEO of Goodyear, the route taken by a team of Goodyear managers returning from Sweden to the United States. Management from Sweden come to Akron Ohio as the Goodyear rubber plant in Sweden was shutdown due to a wartime shortage of rubber. Various managers from the closed Goodyear operation in Sweden walk down the gangplank from their ship at dock, including Twisty Monk, Bob Wilson, Lee Young, and others. Press interviews Bob Wilson. Mrs. Walter Condon, wife of the Goodyear Australia Superintendent arrives at Akron Airport to visit her ill mother. View of United Airlines DC-3 taxiing to a halt, and Mrs. Condon emerging from the plane.
Trade Fair in Osaka, Japan. Sign in front of an exhibit reads: 'Sweden freezer'. Many Japanese visitors stand near the Sweden Freezer. A woman hands out ice cream cones to the visitors. Woman prepares soft ice cream cones from machine and demonstrates it. She speaks about the company product and its quality. Signs identify 'Sweden Soft Server' and 'Sweden Shake Maker'. Woman makes shake and demonstrate shake making machine. She serves shakes, from a pitcher, to visitors at the Fair.
An elderly Gentleman (probably a professor, lawyer, or other professional) is seen in his book-lined study, in Stockholm, Sweden, during World War 2. He opens a large map and points to a part of Sweden, that narrator implies is important to German interests. Next the newly-appointed German ambassador to Sweden, Dr. Hans Thomsen, enters, bringing greetings in the name of the Fuhrer, through Joachim von Ribbentrop, the German Foreign Minister. He expresses appreciation of the German nation. The two men sit and converse.
Bell Telephone television advertisement depicts the cost of telephone calls over years from 1915 to 1970. Pictures of streets and houses in Boston. Portrait of Alexander Graham Bell. The cost of telephone from 20.70 dollars in 1915 reduced to 70 cents in 1970. Rapid paced montage of images (some still and some motion) from 1915 to 1970. Poster reads 'Japan at War'. Man and woman dance. Missile launched from launch pad. Aircraft parked on runway. The cost of telephone charges reduced over the years. Different types of telephones seen in 1970.
People gather to watch a gymnastic exhibition in Sweden. A man stands with a flag. The gymnasts perform in front of the crowd. People applaud. King Gustavus of Sweden witnesses the exhibition.