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U.S. Navy Planes Bomb Japanese Ships In South Pacific (1944)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39005, LI 208-UN-98 - U.S. NAVY PLANES BOMB JAPANESE SHIPS IN SOUTH PACIFIC [ETC.] - Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, carrier planes sink a Japanese cruiser off New Guinea. Part 2, U.S. servicewomen view cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C., and the daffodil harvest in Washington State. Part 3, shows Thomas Edison and an early movie camera. Shows scenes of Broadway in 1896. Theodore Roosevelt and the "Rough Riders" parade in New York City. Shows inaugural parade of 1905. Lillian Russell, Pearl White, and William S. Hart appear in early movies. Shows Market Street in San Francisco in 1900. Part 4, Winston Churchill and Gen. Eisenhower watch a parachute drop in England.
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