1930S NEWS TRAVELS ACROSS THE GLOBE Scenes showing how news traveled across the globe during 1937. A reporter calls in the story from China, a telegraph message is sent, animated shots of the message traveling to New York and then being received by reporters in a newsroom.
JAPANESE CHILDREN GIVEN ODD PROTECTION A dot of bright vermillion paint is applied to Japanese children's heads by a medicine man and his assistant in an elaborate ceremony to give protection against disease and illness.
FDR FIRESIDE CHAT US president Franklin Delano Roosevelt gives one of his inspirational fireside chats designed to promote positive thinking amongst the American population bogged down in the Depression of the 1930s.
FRANK HAWKS & "TIME FLIES" ON SPEED FLIGHT Aviator Frank Hawks takes his new plane "Time Flies" from National Airport in Washington, D.C. to LaGuardia Field, New York in 48 minutes. The new plane is able to reach speeds of 300 m.p.h.
THE HINDENBURG DISASTER AFTERMATH A blackened skeleton is all that remains of the Hindenburg after its fiery crash at New Jersey's Lakehurst Naval Air Station. Injured passengers are loaded into ambulances while surviving crew pose together before the Navy and U.S. State Department of Commerce launch an inquiry into the disaster.
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