People cultivate fruits and vegetables in victory gardens in Chicago, Illinois during World War 2
Chicago Illinois USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
'City Harvest': activities of victory gardeners in Chicago, Illinois. Men and women in farms work on farms or victory gardens a they produce fruits and vegetables during World War II to meet the demands of the Allied forces. Men with their children as they work in their victory gardens. A woman works at an office, a butcher, a paper boy, rail road switchman all grow vegetables to meet the increasing demand. People contribute to the war efforts in their own way. A woman works on a tank, men pack meals, woman distribute supply orders, men operate transports. Men work at a steel plant. Victory farmers gather farm produce. Boys carry the produce in crates. Men and women display their produce at victory garden festival.
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