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Armed Forces Screen Report, Issue 97, Reel 1

Armed Forces Screen Report, Issue 97, Reel 1



Local Identifier 111-AFSR-97 - Department of Defense - 1948 - Not listed in NARA ARC catalog. Topic is Problems of Peace. No sound. See ARC Identifier 36239 / Local Identifier 111-SM-97. On reconstruction problems. Reel 1 shows debris in various European cities; masses of displaced persons; fire-ravaged fields; demolished industrial sites; activity in Eng. and W. Ger. factories; closeups of U.N. delegates Bewain, Molotov, Marshall, and Vichinsky; Communist meetings and demonstrations in Eur. cities; Russ. and Nazi troops marching; Pres. Truman signing the Marshall Plan; and Sec. Marshall and Sen. Vandenberg speaking. - Copied by Michael Edson





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