While World War II raged across the globe, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Office Of War Information, Bureau Of Motion Pictures, produced numerous short subjects such as these to patriotically inspire and motivate America to buy War Bonds, out-produce enemy workers and generally be prepared to sacrifice and pay the price that freedom would require.
BEHIND NAZI GUNS: Banned to the general public, William L. Shirer narrates this Navy film which was intended for viewing only by the workers of America's war plants. With captured enemy footage, the might and military achievements of German industry and the fanatic devotion of Nazi workers are vividly depicted.
RING OF STEEL: The courage, valor, sacrifice and spirit of the fighting men of America from The Revolutionary War through the conflict with Nazi Germany is graphically presented in this Office of Emergency Management film narrated by Spencer Tracy.
NAVY TIPS FOR TEACHERS: The Navy explains the art and science of education, with modern tips designed to increase the effectiveness of teachers.
VOICE OF TRUTH: "Tokyo Rose" warns American troops that they face certain doom as they prepare to invade the Japanese island fortress of Iwo Jima.
WARTIME NUTRITION: This short subject explains how to utilize modern science to provide healthy nutritious meals for wartime families faced with rationing and food shortages.
MEDAL OF HONOR: America's most decorated war hero, Congressional Medal of Honor winner Audie Murphy stars in this account of his own valor under fire with the 3rd Infantry Division.
This documentary profiles the factory workers who manufactured Nazi weapons.