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    It's Up to You

    Short archival film about why rationing was important during World War II. A call to arms film for American citizens to take part in rationing goods.

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    U.S. Information Service Film, San Francisco 1945

    This Office of War Information film documents the founding United Nations conference of April to June 1945 in which the U.N. Charter was created, debated, and signed by all 50 participating…

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    The True Glory

    This 1945 documentary chronicles events in Europe from the June 1944 D-Day invasion through the surrender of Nazi Germany in May of 1945. A co-production of the U.S. Office of War…

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    The War Ends in Europe

    This 1945 United News reel about Victory in Europe day includes clips of the signing of the surrender and President Truman making the official statement.

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    1945 Funeral of President Roosevelt

    This program included official U.S. government newsreel coverage of the funeral of President Franklin Roosevelt, who died on April 12, 1945, followed by biographical information about…

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    1945 United News Newsreel

    This 1945 Office of War Information World War II newsreel includes stories about the Battle of Iwo Jima, the Pact of Chapultepec, Navy planes attacking the Tokyo area, and the Allies…

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    1943 Film Japanese Relocation

    Milton Eisenhower hosted and narrated this 1943 film that attempts to justify the need to move Japanese Americans from their West Coast homes to internment camps in isolated areas of the…

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    Inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

    Newsreel footage of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1945 inauguration was shown.

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    Book Discussion on Tuesday in November

    Tuesday in November is a 1945 United States Office of War Information - Overseas Division film detailing the process of voting during the 1944 election, in which President Franklin…

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    Book Discussion on The World at War

    The World at War was a film released in theaters in 1942 that uses newsreel footage and captured Axis film to document Nazi and Japanese military action leading up to the December 7, 1941,…

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    1944 Republican National Convention

    A United Newsreel clip was shown from the 1944 Republican National Convention in Chicago in which Thomas Dewey was nominated to carry the GOP ticket. Thomas Dewey was shown in Albany, N.Y.,…

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    Book Discussion on The Year 1945

    A 1945 newsreel from United News titled The Year 1945 gave a retrospective of the year. The many events included the Battle of the Bulge, the death of President Roosevelt, the…

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    Japan Surrenders

    A 1945 “United News” newsreel from the U.S. Office of War Information titled Japan Surrenders shows an overview of Japan at war in the Pacific since 1931 through the celebration…

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    Book Discussion on The War Ends in Europe

    The U.S. Office of War Information 1945 United Newsreel The War Ends in Europe included a video clip of President Turman’s May 8, 1945, radio announcement of the surrender of Germany…

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    President Franklin Roosevelt Funeral

    U.S. Office of War Information newsreel depicting Franklin Roosevelt’s April, 1945 funeral and scenes of new President Truman including him speaking to a joint session of congress.

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    World War II Military Strategy

    Army Chief of Staff General George C. Marshall explained the decision to defeat Italy and Germany before concentrating on Japan in a 1945 film from the U.S. Office of War…

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