Negro citizens attending a church in United States; views of Louis versus Schmeling boxing; negro troops training
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:6 min 23 sec Sound:Yes
Negro soldiers and Women's Air Corps singing and attending a church during World War 2. A pastor rises to pulpit and address the gathering. He names a few soldiers and they smile. A woman gives her introduction and smiles. Views of boxing match in June 22, 1938 as boxer Joe Louis knocks out opponent Max Schmeling. Negro soldiers at army training camps readying for service in World War 2. They drill and climb stairs then jump down in initial paratrooper training. Other training drills of soldiers are also seen. Flags of United States and Germany. First page of Constitution of United States is shown. The reverend takes a book. Face of Adolf Hitler is printed on cover page of Mein Kampf held by the pastor. The cleric reads from the book. People listen to him. He closes the book and keeps it aside, still speaking
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