The sea voyage of the victory ship Hannibal Victory from San Francisco to the Philippine Islands during World War II. A ship being launched for the purpose of transportation of equipment. A plaque on the ship. 'SS Hannibal Victory built for U.S. Maritime Commission' engraved on the plaque. Railroad wheels and axles, coal tender and, other equipment stacked on the dock to be loaded. Men working for the loading of the equipment. Rations and hospital supplies are also loaded onto the ship. Men preparing to load railroad locomotives onto the ship. A man and woman walking on the street. Buildings and houses in the area. Cars parked outside a building. A woman bids good bye to the man. The man boards the ship.
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