Views inside the Jack & Heintz Company war plant, Bedford Ohio, during World War II
Bedford Ohio USA Date:1943, June Duration:1 min 7 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Jack and Heintz war plant in Bedford, Ohio, in 1943, during World War 2, where the company designed and manufactured various aircraft parts and accessories for the U.S. Military. First scene shows signs inside the factory reading : "Time is Short," and "Remember our promise, Delivery of the first automatic pilot March 31."
And: "Let's Goo Gang, Its up to us to see that its kept." A picture of a war plant worker and a soldier with a machine gun is below the signs. Worker seen in a lab coat, smoking a pipe as he works at a machine. Behind him are two drawings of reclining pinup girls and a sign reading: "Quiet Please, War worker resting." Closeup of worker's hand machining a very small part.
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