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.
1930S BREAKING NEWS - 2 A busy newsroom receives the news that the U.S.S Panay has been sunk by the Japanese on December 11th, 1937. The editor approves the copy and an assistant takes the story to the radio announcer.
1930S BREAKING NEWS - 1 A busy newsroom receives the news that the U.S.S Panay has been sunk by the Japanese on December 11th, 1937. The newsroom manager reads the message to the other startled reporters and employees.
PROCLAMATION OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Kuomintang troops are taken prisoner marking the end of the Chinese Civil War. Weapons are left standing still and the new flag of the People's Republic of China is raised. Mao Zedong shakes hands with people in the crowd and meets with dignitaries. A brief subliminal message shows just a few frames of an atomic bomb mushroom cloud spliced in with the other images.
Date: October 1, 1949 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:55:00, No Audio
QUINTUPLETS HEAR TALK BY PRINCESS In Callander, Ontario five little girls are glued to the Dionne radio, as Princess Elizabeth broadcasts to children of the Empire a stirring message of hope and cheer. And five little hearts are stirred.
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