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  • Date Issued is exactly "1945"

Asking "what benefits should the U.S. seek for the aid they have given to our allies?" Gives an account of how the Lend-Lease program of mutual aid between allied nations worked for the benefit of all. Points out that the settlement of Lend-Lease…

Shows the necessity for Federal regulation of the nation's timber to insure protection and perpetuation of this vital resource. Shows that poor management practices for quick exploitation of privately owned forest lands has negative consequences for…

A narrated travelogue addressed to viewers in the U.S., with admiration for the beauty of the city of Rio De Janeiro emphasizing modernization of architecture, government, commerce, arts and sciences. "Presents scenic pictures of Rio de Janeiro, city…

Provides basic instructions for planting a home vegetable garden. "Sets forth, in light vein, the essentials of good gardeningselection of the site, preparation of the soil, how to lay out a garden, planting, transplanting, cultivating, weed and pest…

Reports on the coordination of community volunteers for farm harvesting labor through the efforts of the Victory Farm Volunteers of the U.S. Crop Corps and local agricultural agents. "The story of the farm labor shortage caused by the war, and how it…

Actress Ingrid Bergman gives an overview of the history of Swedes and Swedish culture in the U.S., presented as a reply to letters from her countrymen asking the question "why do Swedes get along so well in America?" A visit to the American Swedish…

Depicts both the prosperity and problems of an American town in wartime. Emphasizes the need to plan for the post-war future to assure continued health and improvements to assure a good life for returning veterans. "Life in an American town of…

This film focuses on the care and recovery of injured soldiers and cites specific ways in which they are being provided with necessary medical assistance. "Wounded Americans, back from the battlefields and task forces all over the world, are the…

Still drawings and rudimentary animation are used to visualize the 1945 song by Bing Crosby and the U.S. Maritime Training Station. The song is an appeal to movie audiences to continue buying bonds. Even though the fighting was over, the U.S.…