National Archives Identifier: 11835 Shows the use of secret weapons developed during World War II, comparing their value with their costs. Radar is used aboard a ship to locate a Japanese vessel. Within 60 seconds the ship's automatically operated guns are ready to fire. The Japanese ship is hit by the first salvo and explodes. Rockets are fired from land, sea, and air. Shows an atomic bomb explosion. States that new weapons already out-date these being shown. Points out that we will never again be unprepared for war, but that such preparation requires money from the purchase of war bonds.
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