Women's indifference to war efforts in United States during World War II.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 46 sec Sound:Yes
A dramatization shows a soldier writing a letter to his mother back home in United States during World War II. He writes about how some selfish women show considerable ignorance to war efforts in United States. Women instead of serving the community enjoy driving around the town, play bridge and eat a lavish dinner. Possible after effects of a bomb raid on Mrs Exception's house. Women in Russia and England clear up rubble after an air raid. Victims stand in lines to get food. Mrs Exception in line to get food, she leaves her home along with her belongings. At the war front soldiers prepare to leave for a battle. Soldiers and women march.
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