American citizens walking in towns and cities during World War 2, with ration song "It's up to you" in background.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:48 sec Sound:Yes
Rationing of food in the United States during World War 2. Propaganda song jingle heard on film soundtrack with words "It's up to you, mister, what do you say? It's up to you, sister, starting today." Other lines include "You can fix that shoe and you can wear it. And you can cut down food, and you can share it. Mister, sister, it's up to you." American citizens walking in American towns. A woman passes a storefront. Poster in window says "Your blood may save your next of kin" (encouraging blood donations). Another sign recruits woman SPARS for military service. Women exiting a church. A woman working tilling a victory garden. Men and women pedestrians and workers crossing city streets during a work day. A large crowd gathers in an open square.
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