Factory work by American women producing war materials in the United States during World War 2
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:3 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
War production work by American women contributing to the war effort in World War II. Women work in factories and other places producing war materials. View of nursery schools and personal services like banks, ration card issuance, driver's license issuance, and beauty shops open at longer hours in and near war production plants to help working women. Women meet their children in the schools. They enjoy meals in a women's dining rooms. Women enjoy leisure time bowling in a bowling alley. On the job in a factory, a view of several women welders in uniform, welding for war prodution. They produce soldiers' helmets and other war materials. They work on machines in manufacturing plants and factories. Women and men workers boarding buses at the end of a work day. Women using drill presses and driving trucks and forklifts. A ship blown up at sea during a World War 2 attack. View of Soviet soldiers helping a child and then a woman with a baby emerge from an underground bomb shelter in Europe during World War 2. A woman on stage at a rally in Italy holds a small child. Benito Mussolini steps forward and kisses the child. Women assembling tail assemblies and airplane fuselage in America for an aircraft. Smoking ruins of a leveled European city soon after a bombing raid. A body of a soldier floating in water at the edge of the ocean. A ticker tape parade in New York city with ticker tape streaming down. A view of the Statue of Liberty as seen from near its base, looking upward.
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