Defense For America

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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67687. Defense For America. March 15, 1941. NBC net. Sustaining. A program produced in co-operation with the National Association Of Manufacturers. From Bismarck, Pennsylvania: a visit with Charles J. Hardy of American Car and Foundry, who talks about how factory is turning out tanks instead of railroad cars. Graham McNamee interviews workers who are making armor plate. The A. C. F. Glee Club performs. A machine gun is shot at a piece of armor plate. From Detroit: Jim Eberly interviews executives and military officers at a Chrysler tank plant. The Berwick (Pennsylvania) High School Band plays a spirited march. Milo Boulton (host), Graham McNamee, Charles J. Hardy, The A. C. F. Glee Club, The Berwick High School Band, Jim Eberly. 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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