The Cold War. Montage of scenes showing American industry, and military, in contrast to Soviet Union.
Washington DC USA Date:1968 Duration:4 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
The Cold War from perspective of U.S. military. Industry in the United States. Exterior of a factory shows stacks belching smoke. Scenes of heavy manufacturing.Steel furnace; flywheel; moving parts; machinists using drill press and lathe. Milling machine in operation. Steel fabrication; ingots; forging operations;gear cutting. Steel Bridge construction. Man rides girders suspended by cables. Concrete building construction. Electric transmission lines and facilities. Capitol building in Washington DC. The Kremlin in Soviet Union and Soviet military parade in Red Square. U.S. C-130 aircraft takes off. Helicopters fly in formation. Artillery is fired. Paratroops drop from C-130 aircraft in formation. Aircraft catapulted from carrier's deck. Rockets launched from ships. Polaris missile fired from submarine breaks surface of ocean. B-52 taking off. Formation of F-105s in flight. F-102s in flight. Troops in amphibious assault on beach. Helicopters in formation. Various missiles launched. U.S. surveyors working in an Asian country. President Lyndon B Johnson speaks at mike.
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