German citizens collect scrap metal for weapons and old clothes for uniforms and other uses in Germany.
Germany Date:1942 Duration:2 min 42 sec Sound:Yes
German citizens collect winter clothes for German soldiers in Germany during World War II. A sculpture made up of metal. The scrap metal is donated to the soldiers for making weapons. A man pushes a trolley filled with scrap metal. He empties the trolley. A man puts the metal into fire to melt. The molten metal is being prepared for making weapons. A textile manufacturing plant. A woman arranges old clothes. She puts them in a machine. Machines in the factory. Textiles are prepared in the factory for making uniforms of soldiers. German citizens donate money. Newspaper headlines about giving winter clothes for the soldiers at front. A woman gives winter clothes for the soldiers. Another woman giving winter clothes to a man. An officer holding winter clothes walks up to a trolley full of clothes. He keeps the clothes in the trolley. The officer and a woman looking at the winter clothes. People walk on a street. German citizens donate old clothes. A woman collects clothes. The winter clothes collected for soldiers.
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