Japanese typesetters at work and printing of a Japanese newspaper at a Japanese press in Hiroshima.
Hiroshima Japan Date:1946, April 3 Duration:3 min 50 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Activities at a Japanese newspaper office in Hiroshima, Japan after World War II. A typesetters' rack shows several typesetters at work pick out the Japanese characters by hand. An entire page is typeset and is ready for press. A translation editor's desk where several American magazines lay on the desk. A giant press starts rolling and printing the newspaper. The finished paper comes out of the press. Two Japanese men engaged in sorting the completed newspaper. A pressman looks on.
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