Strikes in various cities, formation of the Communist Parties, and disorder in the U.S. and Soviet Union after World War I.
United States USA Date:1919 Duration:7 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
The aftermath of the World War I. People of America celebrate the end of the war. Soldiers aboard a ship as they return back to America. Several scenes of America before war. A parade. Sketch depicts the era during the presidency of Thomas Woodrow Wilson. Soldiers on the battlefield fight and fire artillery. A parade in America. Sketches depict the willingness of Woodrow Wilson to join the league of nations and America's refusal to join it. Woman of America casts her vote. Sketches depict the financial status of the Americans and the inflation after the war. Steel workers on strike. The policeman go on a strike in Boston. Sketch depicts the unsafe cities of United States. Picture of John Calvin Coolidge, Governor of Massachusetts. The governor inspects new police force after the strike is called off. Sketches of the revolution in Russia. Papers shows the various communist revolutions. Several sketches show the formation of communist party in America. A bomb packet reads name of John Davison Rockefeller, an American industrialist. Explosion occurs in a wagon. People injured and loss of property due to explosion. Police arrests the suspects. Sketches of the various strikes and
disorders in America. Sketches of the immigrants to the United States. An official checks the immigrants. The U.S. Senator Warren Gamaliel Harding addresses the people. Harding with Thomas Woodrow Wilson in a car . Sketches compare the two Presidents.
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