Men and women workers in textile factory construct and sew United States Army uniforms during World War I
United States USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
In a textile factory in America during World War 1, men workers drag a roll of cloth to spread it on a table in the factory. Men cut the cloth with a machine to manufacture Army uniform parts. Women work on swing machines to stitch uniforms. A man fixes buttons on a shirt with the help of a machine. Huge pile of completed, stitched uniforms piled up.
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