U.S. Army Quartermaster activities in the South Pacific during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1946 Duration:3 min 59 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps in New Zealand during World War II. A tractor on a farm in New Zealand. A tractor plows the field. Two farmers works in the field. Farmers load a truck with sacks of vegetable. Pukekohe golf club. Farmers sort potatoes. Native workers sort cabbage. Farmers plucking up vegetables from the vegetable plants. A factory shows dehydration of vegetables. The dehydrated vegetables are packed in moisture proof tins. Meat and vegetable are mixed in proportions to prepare Quartermaster combat rations. A machine generating chocolate bars. Soldiers unloading cartoons from the truck. Rations are loading on to ships. A B-24 aircraft in the background. Soldiers loading the aircraft with milk containers. The aircraft takes off. The aircraft arrives at the New Caledonia Air Base. A nurse serves milk to a patient. A patient drinks milk. Bread being made in Quartermaster bakery. Workers making bread. A worker opens an oven. Ice slabs in a refrigerator. Some workers in the background. A Quartermaster ice cream plant.
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