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U.S. Automobile Industry Shows Latest Inventions (1946)

National Archives and Records Administration - ARC 39098, LI 208-UN-191 - U.S. AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY SHOWS LATEST INVENTIONS [ETC.] - Series: Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels, compiled 1942 - 1945. Part, 1 shows new Kaiser and Fraser autos; manufacturing at Willow Run, Michigan; H.J. Kaiser and J.W. Fraser. Demonstrates an auto-airplane. Part 2, Roosevelt dimes are coined at the Philadelphia mint. Nellie Ross inspects coins. March of Dimes funds are collected at Dime Box, Texas, the Trumans donate in Wash. Part 3, a plane is repaired in Burma and an airstrip built. A helicopter evacuates the wounded pilot. Part 4, the UN meets in London: Paul-Henri Spaak is elected president; George VI and Eden greet delegates; Attlee speaks on preventing W World War III. Part 5, Churchill detrains at Miami and attends a race at Hialeah.
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