American people honor sailors of the U.S. Navy; views of towns, cities, people in the United States right after World War 2.
United States USA Date:1945 Duration:2 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
A film about contribution of the U.S. Navy personnel for better life of Americans in the United States, created directly post world war 2. A boy practices baseball, hitting the ball and running. View of the baseball diamond with a New York City bridge in the background. Women with children walk around in a park. A man greets a sailor of the U.S. Navy, shakes his hand and thanks him for his service. A mother talks to a child that is sitting on her lap as they read a book. Fishermen raise up fishing nets at a dock and process a catch of crabs. A man works in a laboratory. Dignitaries salute as soldiers march carrying the American flag. Two boys walk directly behind two U.S. Navy sailors and try to copy exactly how the sailors are walking. An elderly woman prays, kneeling in a church. People stand in a baseball stadium as the U.S. National Anthem begins to play. A sailor raises the American flag as other sailors stand at attention. Aerial view of a field in the U.S. Cattle graze on field. A man rides a bicycle in a small town, and tips his hat to a woman leaving a house. A boy with a manual push lawn mower cuts grass in the background. Automobile traffic in a small American town of the 1940s. Aerial view of the skyscrapers of a city. View of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Houses or businesses and small boats and docks along a waterfront in Essex Connecticut. A board reads 'Here was built the Oliver Cromwell Connecticut warship in the Revolution 1776'.
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