U.S. Army soldiers attend classes at Army University Study Centers, receiving job and skills training after World War 2.
France Date:1946 Duration:2 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
A post-war film shows U.S. Army soldiers studying in barracks and in foreign universities immediately after World War II. Students at a campus in France as they walk on a pathway. Courses being offered to the soldiers. Several posters with the subject names in the background. The officers seated at a desk. A soldier takes books. Soldiers attend an animal husbandry class and examine livestock in a yard area. Students in an engineering class as they draw different drawings on paper at drafting tables. A chemistry lab. The students perform experiments and are seen working with test tubes and graduated cylinders. A woman works with clay and a U.S. soldier fashions sculpture of a dog out of clay. An officer seated on a desk and the students stand in front of him and make notes during journalism and correspondence classes. U.S. Army students in art classes. A woman holds a ball and poses. The students draw her form. The Geology class. Soldiers walk in trenches and a few stand as they make notes after observing a geologic sample. Group of U.S. Army soldiers play tennis. An officer seated in a chair. They play basketball. Soldiers seated on the field. Soldiers being awarded with diploma certificates after 4 or 8 week courses. They are gathered at a graduation ceremony receiving diplomas that they can use in applying for college credit. Students seated in a class. A French woman teaches them. Two soldiers walk among the buildings of a French campus.
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