SOLDIERS PROTECT CIGARETTE SHIPMENTS WWII uniformed officers in the back of a military truck loading cloth bags filled with cigarettes into a storage space. Officers close and lock the space. CU of the locked gate.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:19:00, No Audio
WWII MILITARY CIGARETTE CAMPAIGN POSTER World War II military campaign poster encouraging people to export cigarettes to soldiers. Male voice-over announces that "McDonald Tobacco Company overseas department is proud of its record of service" and describes the company's role in shipping cigarettes to Canadian overseas soldiers around the world.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:32:00, With Audio
"FAGS FOR FIGHTING FORCES" WAR PROCLAMATION A proclamation promoting Canada's WWII "Fags For Fighting Forces" war effort which sent "fags" (cigarettes) to Canadian soldiers fighting around the world. Shot begins with the Canadian crest and dissolves onto a parchment paper proclamation (which scrolls upward) announcing the "unsung labors of the Canadian Postal Corps...to direct that flow of Fags for Fighting Forces....so essentially needed for the boys over there." Triumphant fanfare music plays in the background. Obviously there is immense comedic potential for this shot.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:59:00, With Audio
"'FAGS TO FIGHTING FORCES" CAMPAIGN - 1 A man interviews the Canadian Postmaster General in his office. On behalf of "average Canadian citizens," the interviewer thanks the Postmaster for Postal Service’s assistance in Canada's WWII "Fags For Fighting Forces" war effort which sent "fags" (cigarettes) to Canadian soldiers fighting around the world.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:09:00, With Audio
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