Promotion of war bonds in the United States during World War II.
United States USA Date:1944, January 3 Duration:2 min 28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A film titled 'What If They Quit' dramatizes promotion of war bonds in the United States during World War II. A man carries a box walks out of a building. He tries to convince a man named Joe who thinks that he cannot afford to buy war bonds anymore. Workers work in factories and on an assembly line contributing to war effort. A U.S. Task Force underway at sea. U.S. Marines hitting Pacific island beaches. Naval bombardment on sea waters. U.S. WACs (Women's Army Corps) parade in formation. U.S. troops advance on a beach under heavy fire. The man on the street convinces Joe to buy war bonds and says that if American troops can afford to fight then American citizens can also afford to buy bonds.
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