Women on the Warpath: American women working in B-24 Liberator aircraft factory during World War II
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:10 min 12 sec Sound:Yes
American women at work in war production jobs in the United States during World War 2. American women work for the war production to help the soldiers and to increase the manpower. Smoke from the chimneys of factories. Crane at a harbor. Exterior of an ammunition factory. U.S. Army Air Forces B-24 Liberators under construction in a factory. A woman types a document, seated at a desk. Other woman work along with her. Women in uniforms. They clean cars, fuel the cars and work in farms. 3 planes fly in formation. Women watch the planes in flight. Cars arrive outside a building. Women exit the cars. They work in the aircraft factory. Men work in the factory. Woman work along with them. A poster reads: 'Women in the war'. Women being instructed about the engine of the aircraft. They work on different parts of the plane. They work on a tiny equipment. Men serve food to women. Women seated at table as they eat food. Other women work on the tail section of the aircraft. The planes ready to be tested as they are parked outside the factory. A plane taxis on the airfield. Planes fly in formation.
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