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U.S. Fliers Bomb Two Japanese Bases (1943)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 38939, LI 208-UN-32 - Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part 1, bombers leave airfields in Washington State and strike Japanese bases in the Aleutians. Gen. Chennault directs the "Flying Tigers" in a bombing mission on Hong Kong. Part 2, Coast Guardsmen man a Danish windjammer to be used for training purposes. Part 3, citizens donate blood to a blood bank. Part 4, Canadian women manufacture small arms ammunition. Shows the product being tested. Part 5, ships are constructed in a Brazilian shipyard. Shows a mine layer laying an anti-submarine net. Part 6, British planes bomb a German factory in the Netherlands.
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