American women work in factories to help the World War 2 military effort
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:2 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
War work by United States women in World War 2. Dramatization of Nazi concept of American women as decadent playgirls, unfit for working. United States soldiers marching. U.S. Navy sailors on battleships at sea. United States flag on the flag pole. Adolf Hitler with other officers in a hall. LInes of United States Army soldiers marching; U.S.Army Air force crew members gathered at an airfield with many soldiers in front of and on top of a B-17 bomber aircraft; U.S. Navy sailors doing jumping jacks for calisthenic exercises on the deck of a ship at sea. View of factories and manufacturing facilities with smoke pollution pouring out of smoke stacks. American women war workers entering or leaving a factory, and then wearing uniforms and working in various war materiel factories. A man explains the work to female workers. German men in their office discuss that the American women can only be playgirls, they cannot work for the nation with the army. German flags in the office. American women work as technicians in factories and welders welding military equipment. They weld airplane parts and naval landing barges. They install wiring in planes and also inspect armament shells and radio tubes.
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