Prime Minister Winston Churchill and United States Ambassador Winant in London, United Kingdom. They sign the Epochal treaty leasing Air and Naval bases to the United States in return for the fifty Destroyers. Men stand and watch the dignitaries signing the treaty.
British soldiers embarking a gangplank at a dock in United Kingdom. Soldiers carry duffel bags
Shows P-40C’s in production at Curtiss plant in Buffalo, NY (2303 Kenmore Avenue), getting readied for shipment to United Kingdom as a part of Lend-Lease program. Aircraft workers working in Curtiss plant. P-40 fighter plane taxiing and planes in flight line at Curtiss facilities at the Buffalo Airport.
Former U.S. Ambassador to UK, Joseph Kennedy, records a speech in Washington D.C., United States during World War II. He speaks about candidly reporting on the situation of United Kingdom while he was Ambassador to UK.
Germany's successive attack over England during World War II. A British soldier walks along a mesh wire fence. Soldiers hold guns. Soldiers and officers stand in front of parked aircraft. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill, with other officers walks past the planes. Workers at work inside an ordnance factory. A man stands leaning against a wall. People in London. A man sits in a car and lights a cigar for another man. Ships at a sea. Buildings in London. The flag of England being hoisted. A soldiers with a gun and the gun barrel is raised.
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St James (United Kingdom) Joseph Kennedy testifies on Britain's wartime situation before House Foreign Affairs Committee conducting hearings related to House Bill 1776 (Lend Lease) in Washington DC during World War II. Kennedy replies upon being questioned about wartime situation in Britain. He speaks about destruction of ships and says that the situation in Britain is critical since fall of France. Crowd seated.