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The second film in Frank Capra’s "Why We Fight" series. Documents the relentless advance of Germany's military machine, as Hitler's armies attack with blitzkrieg tactics and spread through the Rhineland, Austria, Czechoslovakia, and Poland. …

Addressed to "the men and women of American industry," the film tells the story of the Allies' targeting a strategic site for bombing in order to halt German industrial production. Introduced as the story of, "One of the thousands of unsung trifles…

This film depicts the details of the workflow in supply chain that routes wartime provisions and weaponry to soldiers in the South Pacific, and encourages civilians to do their part in facilitating production. "How our fighting equipment gets…

Starts with a depiction of pre-war construction to show how heavy equipment of all types were in use by the Corps of Engineers and the Navy's Seabees. States that this contruction machinery plays a central part in action on all fronts during World…

Intended to combat racial discrimination in the armed forces, "The Negro Soldier" traces the role of African Americans in war from the American Revolutionary War through World War II. This film, written and starred in by Carlton Moss and produced by…