Guns, trucks and submarines developed and tested in Canada, during World War II.
Canada Date:1940 Duration:4 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
British and Canadian preparations for World War II. Britain converts personal properties into State properties. Men and women work in factory. A banner with the phrase 'Go to it' coined by the Britisher Morrison. Workers construct buildings in Canada. White smoke comes out of factory. Workers at gun factory. Worker checks barrel alignment of a gun. Man checks firing capacity of gun. Workers at shipyard work on submarine. Steel plates used to lessen the weight. Trucks, tractors and ambulances made in factory. Testing and standardization of truck by National Research Council. They use X-Ray for testing of parts of machinery. Train moves on tracks. Aircraft, trucks, tanks and ships as weapons of Canada. Industrial workers work in steel factories to make these machines.
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