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Promotion of war bonds in the United States during World War II. HD Stock Footage
 
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Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675061501_United-States-troops_promotion-of-war-bonds_man-convinces-other-man_war-effort Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. Promotion of war bonds in the United States during World War II. A film titled 'What If They Quit' dramatizes promotion of war bonds in the United States during World War II. A man carries a box walks out of a building. He tries to convince a man named Joe who thinks that he cannot afford to buy war bonds anymore. Workers work in factories and on an assembly line contributing to war effort. A US Task Force underway at sea. US Marines hitting Pacific island beaches. Naval bombardment on sea waters. US WACs (Women's Army Corps) parade in formation. US troops advance on a beach under heavy fire. The man on the street convinces Joe to buy war bonds and says that if American troops can afford to fight then American citizens can also afford to buy bonds. Location: United States. Date: January 3, 1944. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
Views: 12830 CriticalPast
World War II Homefront: War Bonds & Rations
 
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Personal income was at an all-time high, and more dollars were chasing fewer goods to purchase. Click to subscribe for more WWII videos! http://bit.ly/WWIISubscribe America Goes to War now on Amazon! http://bit.ly/AmericaGoesToWar This was a recipe for economic disaster that was largely avoided because Americans—cajoled daily by their government to do so—were also saving money at an all-time high rate, mostly in War Bonds but also in private savings accounts and insurance policies. Worldwide digital video distribution by Janson Media http://www.janson.com Consumer saving was strongly encouraged through investment in war bonds that would mature after the war. Most workers had an automatic payroll deduction; children collected savings stamps until they had enough to buy a bond. Bond rallies were held throughout the U.S. with famous celebrities, usually Hollywood film stars, to enhance the bond advertising effectiveness. Several stars were responsible for personal appearance tours that netted multiple millions of dollars in bond pledges—an astonishing amount in 1943. The public paid ¾ of the face value of a war bond, and received the full face value back after a set number of years. This shifted their consumption from the war to postwar, and allowed over 40% of GDP to go to military spending, with moderate inflation. Americans were challenged to put "at least 10% of every paycheck into Bonds". Compliance was very high, with entire factories of workers earning a special "Minuteman" flag to fly over their plant if all workers belonged to the "Ten Percent Club". There were seven major War Loan drives, all of which exceeded their goals.
Views: 13151 The Second World War
Old Banned Bugs Bunny U.S War Bonds Commercial from World War 2
 
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Im not sure exactly why it was banned but im sure it had reason.
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Battle Scars S01 E12 - Canadian Victory Bonds in World War I and World War II - HD
 
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VICTORY BONDS (6:51) Canadians Reinvesting in the War Effort Over a million Canadians served in the military in World War II. When a country invests so much of it's efforts into a war, all of it's financial and industrial resources are stretched to their limits. Canada created savings and fund raising programs through the sale of Victory Bonds and Stamps and Alan Kerr tells this story. THIS VIDEO IS FREE TO SHARE AND DOWNLOAD AND BROADCAST CREATIVE COMMONS NOTICE CC BY-NC-ND YOU ARE FREE to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit the work Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). Noncommercial — You may not use this work for commercial purposes. No Derivative Works — You may not alter, transform, or build upon this work. For more information on how you can share or broadcast this entire video, contact us at: www.HypeTV.ca and thanks for watching and supporting Canada's Veterans and Soldiers.
Views: 1269 HypeTV
BUY WORLD WAR 2 SAVING BONDS AT YOUR MOVIE COMMERCIALS
 
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http://www.TVDAYS.com http://www.seagate.com Ira H. Gallen Video Resources 220 West 71st Street NYC 10023 (212) 724 - 7055 http://www.TVDAYS.com http://[email protected] http://www.TVDAYS.com As the unofficial Baby-Boomer( IRA GALLEN )Guru of my Television Coll... Ira H. Gallen Video Resources 220 West 71st Street NYC 10023 (212) 724 - 7055 http://[email protected] http://www.TVDAYS.com As the unofficial Baby-Boomer( IRA GALLEN )Guru of my Television Collecting Generation I knew it was the right time to create a Video Network for Baby-Boomers Only. http://www.YouTube.com/TVDAYS http://www.YouTube.com/DIRECTORSSERIES http://www.YouTube.com/THEATRECORNER What makes my content unique is that I have spent over 30 collecting and restoring from 16mm & 35mm Film Prints and Kinescopes some of the rarest and in many cases one of a kind FILMS, CARTOONS, NEWS REELS FILM SHORTS, FEATURES, INDUSTRIALS, TV SHOWS and especially COMMERCIALS from the birth of Film and early television. http://www.TVDAYS.com - 400 DVD's for Sale from my personal collection. Now my Video & Film Collection is decomposing and what you're seeing is my work digitizing my Video Elements and funding it by selling Stock Footage and now my line of over 400 DVD's http://www.TVDAYS.com Rare TV SHOWS, FILMS, CARTOONS, NEWSREELS, FILM SHORT SUBJECTS, SILENT & SOUND FILMS, HOME MOVIES, SOUNDIES, INDUSTRIALS & especially COMMERCIALS from the 1950's/60's. ALSO GOOGLE VIDEO DOWNLOADS http://www.YouTube.com/CARTOONSTUDIO Links to over 3500 hours of Video's housed on both Google & YouTube http://www.YouTube.com/THEATRECORNER Over 7,5000 Commercials to watch -- Sports-Toys-Cars-Soft Drinks-Beer-Cigarettes-Milk-Cosmetics-Ho usehold Products-Drugs-Cereal- Gasoline -Clothing-TV Sets. In Search of TV History -- Hey Boys & Girls of 50's TV were you on a LIVE show, was a family member always telling you they were in commercials back then...Now spot someone. SPECIAL HELP SAVING MY TV HISTORY http://www.adobe.com/ PRIEMERE EDITING PROGRAMS FOR VIDEO & UPLOADING TO WEB -- GREAT http://www.discmakers.com/ DISC MAKER...needing to buy duplicator machines to make DVD copies at Home or the office. I make all my discs with these. http://www.youtube.com/GRIFFITHMOVIES BE AWARE Copyright & Trademarks -- There are over 10,000 Film prints and just as many Video elements in my collection with one of a kind films, TV Shows, Sales Film & especially commercials of products you might own, and if your missing all of your history on film lets us know. http://www.YouTube.com/TVDAYS
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Disney WW2 War Bonds Cartoon
 
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Disney made a short cartoon in support of buying war bonds during WW2.
Views: 9075 Sunnigrl73
War Bonds  (1914-1918)
 
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War Bonds sold at Trafalgar Square, London. A man lifts a little boy mascot up on platform; the child is wearing Scottish kilt. They turn the child to pose, he pulls lever on gun to stamp bond. Inserted short film of Tommy Atkins at the front getting in a bit of Rest and Recreation. Dark CU soldiers playing cards; wearing helmets. Back to Trafalgar Square: an elderly veteran climbs up to the War Bond platform and hands paper over to be stamped. The old man makes a speech from the War Bond gun platform; gesturing and pointing out to the presumed listeners; a young soldier below watches; looking amused. FILM ID:1910.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 127 British Pathé
WW1 Homefront Chaplin in War Bonds 220633-04 | Footage Farm
 
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For broadcast quality material of this reel or to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at [email protected] WWI - 1917, Homefront War Bond Sales: Some Bonds I Have Known] Four skits enacted by Charlie Chaplin dramatizing the bond of friendship, the bond of love, the marriage bond, and the victory bond. Re-released in 1942 as an incentive for Canadians to purchase war savings certificates. NOTE: Sold at per reel rate; NOTE: FOR ORDERING See: www.footagefarm.co.uk or contact us at: [email protected]
Views: 812 footagefarm
WORLD WAR II WAR BONDS FILMS "THE LINE IS BUSY", "HANDS", & MORE 77674
 
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Views: 36 PeriscopeFilm II
WWII War Bonds-Part 3
 
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For Student Required Website
Views: 269 kristygriffin1
LOONEY TUNES (Bugs Bunny): Any Bonds Today? (1942)
 
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"Any Bonds Today?" is a song written by Irving Berlin, featured in a 1942 animated propaganda film starring Bugs Bunny. Both were used to sell war bonds during World War II. 8thManDVD.com and all content © 2016 ComedyMX LLC. All rights reserved. Unauthorized use is prohibited. The looney tunes (commonly mistaken as Looney Toons) series features characters such as bugs bunny, daffy duck & porky pig. The looney tunes cartoons, movies and new looney tunes show have been produced for years. The looney tunes full episodes, produced by the official looney tunes are available on DVD and TV.
Celebrities Promote WWII War Bonds and Join the Military (1942)
 
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A public domain video This clip shows celebrities in military service during WWII (Jackie Coogan, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Clark Gable, Joe Louis, Assoc. Justice Frank Murphy, Tyrone Power, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., James Roosevelt, and Jimmy Stewart) and film entertainers on war bond tours (including James Cagney, Ronald Colman, Bing Crosby, Irene Dunne, Greer Garson, and Heddy Lamar) in 1942.
Views: 476 npatou
World War Twosical - Bonds
 
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It is the year 1941, and tensions are high as the nation braces itself for a likely entrance into World War II. The Rousse's are an ordinary 1940s family, consisting of mother Ethel, intelligent older sister Patricia, and social younger sister Alice. This picturesque American family is put to the test, however, as family bonds are strained due to the oncoming war spirit. Music and Lyrics by Sophia Pesetti Original Script by Elizabeth Anderson Directed by Sophia Pesetti Set Design by Madison Walters
Views: 52 girlwitharose
War bonds WW1
 
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An ad to support the war
Views: 751 Dnartsfoh18
WWII War Bonds-Part 1
 
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For Student Required Website
Views: 592 kristygriffin1
War Bonds Wolrd War II
 
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World War II War Bonds,#, US landing at Sicily,# Interview with Captain Buxton,#, US coast Guard, Retired,# German aircraft bombing US ships off of Italy,#
Views: 52 Denise Frisino
WWII War Bonds-Part 5
 
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For Student Required Website
Views: 136 kristygriffin1
Hollywood stars sell war bonds (1942)
 
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Irene Dunne, Greer Garson, James Cagney, Bing Crosby and more stars sell war bonds. From the Framepool archive.
Views: 3830 djoi0901
WWI WWII  U.S and French War bonds collection Display
 
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All these war bond i have either owned or currently own. All 100% original
Views: 109 AeroCorps
WWI - Wilson, War Bonds, France 220635-03 | Footage Farm
 
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WWI - President Wilson In White House; 1917 Draft Lottery; On Board USS George Washington; War Bonds; Fighting & Refugees in France] Titles. 14:28:04 Wilson looks out White House window; walks to telephone & poses; talks. 14:29:30 Intertitle. Sheep on lawn in front of White House. 14:29:49 Intertitle. Wilson at desk putting letter in envelope, hands to off-screen secretary. 14:30:20 Intertitle. National Draft lottery - President Wilson being blindfolded before drawing number. 14:31:01 Intertitle. 04Dec18 USS George Washington leaving Pier No. 4, Hoboken, New Jersey - sign US army transport service on building. Tug boats guiding ship. Manhattan skyline view from ship passing down river. 14:32:48 Intertitle. President Wilson on shipboard, good CU wearing flat cap, leaving for Europe. 14:33:31 Sec. Baker w/ war bonds, CU; posing w/ group outside Keith’s theatre advertising "Stirring speakers. Businessmen signing to buy bonds. 14:34:31 Douglas Fairbanks selling bond to Secretary of Treasury William G. McAdoo in front of tank & Fairbanks clowning. 14:35:01 Bond rally McAdoo & Daniels; McAdoo on platform in Washington, DC speaking, crowd w/ White House in background. Seated VIPs. 14:36:44 Outside Liberty Bank float or false front on bond rally viewing stand. Girls in patriotic dress parade; sailors entertaining; band playing; other entertainment. Young girl singing. Crowd marching past sales counter. 14:37:58 WW1 Fighting. US troops using machine guns (good); casualties helped along road littered w/ corpses / bodies & dead horses. Wounded carried on stretcher over rough ground to roadside station & transferred into ambulance, medics have trouble getting stretcher in. 14:39:56 Troops trudge past refugees on roadside - along muddy road. Grandmother (?) gives children snack from basket while watching troops march past. Old man & woman in muddy road wave, then walk on; other elderly refugees & families loaded w/ belongings walk down muddy road. GOOD. WW1; War Economics; Weather; USA Homefront; War Bonds; Unidentified Battles; For broadcast quality material of this reel or to know more about our Public Domain collection, contact us at [email protected]
Views: 204 footagefarm
1940s WWII War Bonds Advertisement
 
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Reel #: 1535 TC In: 011005 TC Out: 011122 This clip is available for licensing without time code and logo - To inquire about licensing email us at [email protected] or call us at (212) 620-3955 - Please Subscribe to our channel, as we are constantly adding new clips. Thanks! Keywords Time: 1940s, 1942 Setting: Factory, People: Father Time, baby, Soldiers, Objects: Tank, airplanes, American Flag Subjects: War Bonds Advertisement, WWII, Happy New Year, War Time Propaganda,
Views: 102 MyFootage.com
Patreon - War Bonds
 
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CANADIAN WORLD WAR I FILM. Victory War Bonds Sales Film. Circa 1918
 
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This is another piece from my old Buyers Gallery boxset "Films of World War I". This Canadian produced short spotlights a field nurse and goes for the heartstrings as it shows the importance of purchasing Victory War Bonds to help the war effort. Very scarce old film taken from 16mm.
Views: 786 Default Name
War Bonds
 
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Originally "aired" 5/15/17 Just a parody of American WWII propaganda films and all their cheesy glory. Directed by Daniel Triana The content in this video is strictly for entertainment purposes only and belongs to its respective owners. _____________________ Don’t forget to subscribe to my new main channel SKUMCAST For movie & music news as well as semi-weekly vlogs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtQtQlmB1-Zkwnt2IhovYBg Instagram https://www.instagram.com/the_risonator/?hl=en Twitter https://twitter.com/Domenico_Riso https://www.facebook.com/skumcast
Views: 22 Domenico Riso
War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II  promo.m4v
 
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War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of World War II EbzB Productions: Your World Is Our Stage! www.ebzb.org
Views: 1088 EbzB Productions
BETTY SMITH WWII WAR BONDS PROMOTIONAL FILM "WHO DIED" 72562B
 
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One of the Treasury Department's most extraordinary War Bonds promotional films, "Who Died?" was produced by the Office of Strategic Services, and written by author Betty Smith who wrote "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." The film features five dramatized sequences showing boys and young men in various roles in the home life. After each sequence the battlefield death of each -- now in uniform -- is shown answering the question, "who died?" Born on December 15, 1896 Brooklyn, New York to German immigrants, Betty Smith grew up poor in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and attended Girls' High School. These experiences served as the framework to her first novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1943). After marrying George H. E. Smith, a fellow Brooklynite, she moved with him to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he pursued a law degree at the University of Michigan. At this time, she gave birth to two girls and waited until they were in school so she could complete her higher education. Although Smith had not finished high school, the university allowed her to enroll in classes. There she honed her skills in journalism, literature, writing, and drama, winning a prestigious Avery Hopwood Award. She was a student in the classes of Professor Kenneth Thorpe Rowe. In 1938 she divorced her husband and moved to Chapel Hill, North Carolina. There she married Joseph Jones in 1943, the same year in which A Tree Grows in Brooklyn was published. She teamed with George Abbott to write the book for the 1951 musical adaptation of the same name. Throughout her life, Smith worked as a dramatist, receiving many awards and fellowships including the Rockefeller Fellowship and the Dramatists Guild Fellowship for her work in drama. Her other novels include Tomorrow Will Be Better (1947), Maggie-Now (1958) and Joy in the Morning (1963). On January 17, 1972, she died from pneumonia in Shelton, Connecticut, at the age of 75. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
Views: 3479 PeriscopeFilm
Medal of Honor/War Bonds - Audie Murphy (1955)
 
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Audie Murphy, an actor soon to appear in a film based on his World War II heroics, meets several actors (John Mcintire and Barbara Rush) in a bank where they discuss the merits of purchasing U.S. savings bonds using payroll deductions. --Barney Phillips and Audie Murphy's son Terry Murphy, appear. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1654053/
Views: 12328 Addie Alexander
World War II: War Bonds/Stamps
 
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KUSA News Interview, Ft. Anne+Jennifer.
Views: 34 ANGELITA GUERRERO
Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore - War Bonds
 
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Anything to support the troops. The Treasury Department got in on the action. Not sure of the year, any help would be great. Thanks
Views: 2427 vdiscdaddy
The Return of Mr Hook (1945) US Navy War Bonds Cartoon World War II
 
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Please considering supporting the channel through my patreon link to help continue the consistent uploads. https://www.patreon.com/oldmoviesreborn Thanks. A war bonds cartoon. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Hook Mr. Hook is the title character of a series of predominantly black-and-white American animated cartoon shorts produced between 1943 and 1945 during World War II for the US Navy. The series ran for 4 shorts and was mainly produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons with the first by Walter Lantz Productions, Take Heed Mr. Tojo, being produced in full color. The character was designed by Hank Ketcham. Unlike the earlier Private Snafu series, which was created as an instructional film series, the Mr. Hook one was created exclusively as propaganda to encourage Navy personnel to purchase war bonds. The films include: Take Heed Mr. Tojo, video The Return of Mr. Hook Tokyo Woes The Good Egg
Views: 19 Old Movies Reborn
Wounded Veterans and War Bonds
 
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Morgenthau sought the aid of Peter Odegard, a political scientist specialized in propaganda, in drawing up the goals for the bond program. Click to subscribe for more WWII videos! http://bit.ly/WWIISubscribe America Goes to War now on Amazon! http://bit.ly/AmericaGoesToWar On the advice of Odegard the Treasury began marketing the previously successful baby bonds as "defense bonds". Three new series of bond notes, Series E, F and G, would be introduced, of which Series E would be targeted at individuals as "defense bonds". Worldwide digital video distribution by Janson Media http://www.janson.com Like the baby bonds, they were sold for as little as $18.75 and matured in ten years, at which time the United States government paid the bondholder $25. Large denominations of between $50 and $1000 were also made available, all of which, unlike the Liberty Bonds of the First World War, were non-negotiable bonds. For those that found it difficult to purchase an entire bond at once, 10 cent savings stamps could be purchased and collected in Treasury approved stamp albums until the recipient had accumulated enough stamps for a bond purchase. The name of the bonds was eventually changed to War Bonds after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, which resulted in the United States entering the war. The War Finance Committee was placed in charge of supervising the sale of all bonds, and the War Advertising Council promoted voluntary compliance with bond buying. Popular contemporary art was used to help promote the bonds such as the Warner Brothers theatrical cartoon, Any Bonds Today? More than a quarter of a billion dollars' worth of advertising was donated during the first three years of the National Defense Savings Program. The government appealed to the public through popular culture. Norman Rockwell's painting series, the Four Freedoms, toured in a war bond effort that raised $132 million. Bond rallies were held throughout the country with famous celebrities, usually Hollywood film stars, to enhance the bond advertising effectiveness. The Music Publishers Protective Association encouraged its members to include patriotic messages on the front of their sheet music like "Buy U.S. Bonds and Stamps". Over the course of the war 85 million Americans purchased bonds totaling approximately $185 billion.
War Thunder || 630 Days Of Daily Log In & War Bonds
 
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I recorded over half a year some rewards and talk a little about over 630 days of daily logging in. Want to play War Thunder with a little golden starter help? Play for free: http://warthunder.com/en/registration?r=userinvite_4016993 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Napalmratte
Views: 12979 Napalmratte
World War Two Propaganda and War Bonds
 
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War propaganda, and war bonds
Views: 82 Chailyn Wacasey
Episode 56: Buy War Bonds!
 
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Help us make more podcasts: http://ow.ly/ML8o30c0yGY SUBSCRIBE for weekly updates on World War II history! http://ow.ly/3ScF30c0yqr Also available on iTunes: http://ow.ly/4g0030c0yMY To help finance the enormous cost of the Second World War, the federal government began to sell loans to private citizens and corporations known as "war bonds." In December 1942, the Department of Treasury launched the first War Loan Drive. Learn more about the American Veterans Center: http://www.americanveteranscenter.org/
WWII War Bonds-Part 2
 
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For Student Required Website
Views: 360 kristygriffin1
What 'War Loans' tell you about government bonds
 
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What the chancellor's decision to repay some First World War debt tells you about UK government bonds, or 'gilts'.
Views: 106 GetThe Lolly
WWII Poster :: Home Front : War Bonds and Stamps Mother and Daughter with Stamp Album
 
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American Yesteryear Vintage Images :: WWII Poster :: Home Front : War Bonds and Stamps Mother and Daughter with Stamp Album
War Bonds Commercial with Bette Davis in 1943
 
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War Bond Commercial. Public Service short featuring a well-to-do mother explaining to her children why war bonds make a great holiday gift. Bette Davis, 1943. From Turner Classic Movie Channel.
Views: 3409 Tracy Neely
WWII War Bonds Project
 
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Our World War II Project for history
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WWII War Bonds per 3.mov
 
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Christopher and Sean Period 3
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War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of WW II -  5 minute Demo
 
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War Bonds: The Songs and Letters of WW II Featuring David zum Brunnen and Serena Ebhardt EbzB Productions - Your World Is Our Stage! www.ebzb.org
Views: 1520 EbzB Productions
WWII Victory Bonds Movie Ad - The Shared Cost of Freedom and Democracy
 
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Hollywood Star Edward Arnold appeals to Americans to support the enormous cost of World War II by buying "Victory Bonds". A Nation united shared in the cost of Freedom and Democracy. The Great Generation stepped up to the plate!
Views: 7121 2live2entertain