Joseph Kennedy speaks over radio in Washington DC and refers to World War II as war of industries and not armies.
Washington DC USA Date:1940 Duration:45 sec Sound:Yes
Former U.S. Ambassador to the UK, Joseph Kennedy, records a speech for radio in Washington DC during World War II. Kennedy speaks about mobilization of troops in World War II and says that it is a war of industries and not armies. He further says that speeding up rearmament is the only way to stay out of war.
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