The B-17, "Memphis Belle," on a War Bond Drive tour in the U.S.during world War II
Bassingbourn England Date:1943, June Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Crowd gathered at an airfield in the U.S. to go aboard the famed "Memphis Belle," during a War Bond Drive in World War 2. People going up a stairway set up by the B-17F parked on the ramp. Scene shifts to Major Robert Morgan, pilot of the aircraft, as he stands on a bunting-decorated platform in front of the Memphis Belle, with crew members behind him. Major Morgan gives a talk about War Bonds. Camera pans over a sizeable crowd gathered for the event. When it returns to Major Morgan, he is holding the crew's mascot, a black scotty dog named "Stuka."
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