The business structure of Hawaii in the United States before the attack on the Pearl Harbor.
Hawaii USA Date:1941 Duration:5 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
The activities of people in Hawaii, United States before the attack on Pearl Harbor during World War II. A dramatization: A woman sitting in a chair reads a paragraph. Books, newspapers, a suitcase and other things kept on a table. Photographs on a wall. A man looks out of a window and walks in the room. He talks to the woman. Another man enters the room. They talk to each other. The woman leaves the room. The two men discuss about business and about the past. Wheat cultivation on a field. A bucket filled with wheat is lifted by a crane. A railroad loaded with wheat for transportation. Farmers work on the field. Pineapples on the field. A cargo is transported.
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