KEN KIRKBY AND HIS PAINTING ISUMUTAQ The artist Ken Kirby working on his mural painting Isumutaq, the world's longest painting at the time of completion. He uses sculptures of Inukshuks to paint the rock formations in the mural which resemble a human form.
Date: February 25, 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:13:00, With Audio
NEW YORK IN MINIATURE A huge model of New York city's scenic skyline by day and by night, takes shape. Remarkable in its accurate detail, the model is being built for the Edison exhibit during the 1939 World's Fair.
Date: February 15, 1939 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:33:00, No Audio
YANKEES SWEEP WORLD SERIES The record-breaking Bronx Bombers come from behind to steal a tenth-inning game from the Nationa1 League "Reds," and to clinch the title with four straight games. Errors prove costly to the home team, as DiMaggio brings in the winning runs.
FRENCH GUNS POUND NAZI LINE Spectacular scenes as railway artillery and other big guns, camouflaged by trees and screens, open up with intense fury against German fortifications. Protected by the barrage, patrols advance still further into Germany, "digging in" as they go. The Allied war chief, General Gamelin, is active at the Front. He arrives for an important staff meeting.
PANAMA DEFENSES REINFORCED In the face of world conflict, the United States rushes men and guns to the vital Panama canal zone, to prevent attack in case of war. An entire anti-aircraft battery embarks from San Francisco on the transport ship, Chateau Thierry.
RED ARMY INVADES POLAND Russia, in a surprise coup, throws the full weight of her military might against helpless Poland, including tanks and troops dropped in from airplanes. It is expected the Soviet Union will annex one-third of the ill-fated nation.
YANKS WIN SERIES OPENER 60,000 baseball fans whoop it up as the American League Yankees sluggers and Cincinnati "Reds" battle it out in the first game of the 1939 World Series at Yankee stadium. The Bronx Bombers score a thrilling ninth-inning victory.
BIG TANKS AID FRENCH ADVANCE ON THE WESTERN FRONT Huge 70-ton tanks prove invaluable in the early successes of the allies in German territory. They're capable of walking right through water or buildings, and of smashing concrete. Good shots of tanks breaking down the walls of buildings.
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