United States wheat harvested for Allied Forces. A horse cart pulls wheat harvester on dirt road in wheat fields at Walla Walla, Washington. Farmer seated on the harvester.
Girls demonstrate a new canvas undressing room at Walla Walla in Washington. The girls get in their swimsuits inside the mobile undressing room.
Wheat harvesting in Wala Wala, Washington. A wheat field. A farmer harvesting his wheat field. Mules pulling up a harvester. A combine harvester in operation.
A Ford promotional film for employees to encourage employee suggestions. Views of a suggestion box hanging on the wall,a Ford car driven at highway,captions on the box and workers dropping suggestions in the box. The company newspaper editions and Suggestion Payments headline on the bulletin board and an employee sitting at a desk and reading the newspaper editions. Same man working with drafts. Sequence shows current machine workings, submission of suggestion by employee, and then same process using revised methodology. People dropping suggestions in the box. Workers engage in assembling new Ford cars. Hoods being affixed. The new Ford car visible on the road. A family gets in the new car and drives away. Two men working on drafts and discussing. Aerial views of Ford River Rouge plant. Smoke rising from the chimneys of the plant. Caption of Ford logo visible at the end.
President Roosevelt returns to Washington after winning a 4th term in the 1944 presidential election. President Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and Henry Wallace ride down Pennsylvania Avenue. Secrete Service Agents ride on running board of the automobile. Scenes of Armistice Day Ceremony at the Tomb of an Unknown Soldier.
Allied campaign against the Axis in 1944 during World War II. Exteriors of Dumbarton Oaks in Washington DC. Representatives of the United Nations at a meeting inside the mansion. A railroad train arrives and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill gets off the train in Quebec, Canada for the Quebec Conference. Churchill confers with U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt about Allied plans during the war. Soldiers march in Europe. President Roosevelt acknowledges a large crowd after being reelected for the third term. People celebrate his victory. Civilians work in war plants to produce aircraft , tanks and other equipment in the United States. On December 16, 1944, German forces launch a major-counter attack through the Ardennes forests, resulting in the "Battle of the Bulge" in Belgium. Allied soldiers fight against the Germans as tanks roll.