Glenn Miller leads an Army Air Forces band at a war bond rally in England during World War II.
United Kingdom Date:1944 Duration:5 min 33 sec Sound:NO SOUND
War bond rally in England during World War II. Commander of the U.S. 8th Air Force Lieutenant General James H. Doolittle purchases a war bond at a booth and signs a register. American soldier seated on ground as Military Policemen (MP) stand in the foreground. Soldiers including WACs (Women's Army Corps) run across for seats before the Army Air Forces band. MPs march. Military band marches. Soldiers seated as Major Glenn Miller speaks into a microphone about the war bonds. Members of the Army Air Forces band play various instruments and sing. Soldiers applaud in appreciation. Lieutenant General Doolittle and other officers listen to the band play.
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