Daily life in the United States at the beginning of World War II. (1940 - 1941)
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Scene №1 Daily life in the United States at the beginning of World War II
Demonstration of models of women's clothing styles in the style of "military".
Demonstration of styles of workwear for women of various working professions.
The model puts on a work suit.
The models wear protective hats.
Demonstration of the strength of the socks of working women's shoes.
A model in overalls and a welder's mask.
A female member of the civil defense squad walks down the pole.
Women in fire helmets on a New York City street.
The face of a girl-a member of the women's fire brigade.
Members of the women's fire brigade during the exercise stretch the trampoline to save a man jumping from the top floor.
Jump of a person on a fire trampoline (from above).
Collection of donations for the defense industry in Times Square in New York.
Check the accreditation of one of the journalists at the entrance to the fenced territory.
The journalist shows the pass.
Collecting things for the victims of the bombing in England.
A headline in the New York Post urging citizens to be prepared for an air raid alert.
Fire truck before leaving the depot.
View of the building wall.
Office employees and workers who went out on the alarm to the street, before going down to the bomb shelter.
Students leave the building of the Adelphi Academy.
Students enter the bomb shelter.
Panorama of New York.
An aerial surveillance post on the roof of one of the skyscrapers.
The observer monitors the appearance of aerial targets through a telescope.
The sign of the air defense observation post in Brooklyn.
One of the observers with binoculars in his hands.
Officers of the civil defense unit at the headquarters.
The emblem of the American Red Cross on the sleeve of the uniform.
Meeting of the civil defense unit.
View of a part of the city block at night (from above).
A journalist in the newspaper office picks up photos, in front of him-a newspaper with a message about a blackout for blackout.
Journalists make notes in notebooks during the briefing.
NBC employees type on a typewriter and speak into a microphone.
The announcer at the radio station at the microphone.
Map of the Pacific theater of operations, fragments of the map.
The military discuss the operation plan, study the map of one of the islands of the Pacific Ocean.
A sign over the entrance to the office of the Chief of Operations of the US Navy.
The officers go out and enter the office.
View of the headquarters building.
A glowing message about the actions of the battleship "Oklahoma".
Working process in the information department of the US Armed Forces Headquarters.
Receiving and transmitting telegraph messages from Hawaii.
Young people standing in line at the recruiting station.
Registration of conscripts.
Relatives say goodbye to the sailors going to the Pacific Ocean.
The girl says goodbye to the officer.
Panorama of the Capitol building, the Capitol dome.
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