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Newsreels: 1945 - December 13
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keywords: Charles Hudgins, 2,000,000th Returning WWII GI, Scotland, Culzean Castle, President Harry S. Truman, US Navy Secretary James Forrestal, Admiral Of The Fleet William F. Halsey, German General Anton Dostler, WWII War Criminal, Execution By Firing Squad, 1946 Handbag Fashions, Purse Design Show, Post-WWII, Japan Nuclear Program, Nazi Housewares Furniture Auction, Scuttled Nazi Submarines, Pacific Coast Chinook Tribe, Textile Making, Indigenous Weaving, Ceremonial Dance
Synopsis: 2,000,000th Returning GI Given Shipboard Ceremony, Scotland Awards General Dwight D. Eisenhower Part Of Culzean Castle, Admiral William F. Halsey Retires In Ceremony, Convicted War Criminal General Anton Dostler Executed, New Handbags Bring Harmony To Any Female, WWII Japan Nuclear Program Equipment Is Destroyed, Items From Nazi Era Sold At Auction, Post-WWII German Submarines Scuttled Off Ireland, Chinook Tribe Textiles And Fashion...(read more)
- Date: 1945
- Duration: 00:08:36
- Sound: No
- Color: Monochrome
- Type: Public Domain
- Language: English
- Location: United States, Japan, Italy, Scotland
2,000,000th Returning GI Given Shipboard Ceremony
21yr-old Charles Hudgins of Norfolk VA is designated the 2,000,000th soldier to return from the European Theater and is given a plaque to commemorate the event during a ship-board ceremony.
Scotland Awards General Dwight D. Eisenhower Part Of Culzean Castle
For his service in leading the Allies to victory during WWII Scotland awards General Dwight D. Eisenhower part of Culzean Castle from a grateful Nation.
Admiral William F. Halsey Retires In Ceremony
Just before his retirement, after many years of brilliant service, Admiral William F. Halsey is made Admiral Of The Fleet. He is presented with his promotion and fifth star by Secretary Of The Navy, James Forrestal.
Convicted War Criminal General Anton Dostler Executed
General Anton Dostler was executed by a U.S. Army firing squad in Italy after a military court found him guilty of ordering the shooting of 15 American soldiers discovered behind his lines during the war.
New Handbags Bring Harmony To Any Female
Milady's handbags are the subject of a super-duper style show at the fashionable St. Regis in New York City. These stylish handbags complement almost every conceivable costume and are paraded by some of the city's most glamorous models.
WWII Japan Nuclear Program Equipment Is Destroyed
U.S. Occupation troops blow up and dispose of atom smashers used by the Japanese in experiments in Osaka and Tokyo. A thorough job of demolition is done.
Items From Nazi Era Sold At Auction
Originally residing in the German Embassy in London, England, a granite bust of German Dictator Adolph Hitler went onto the auction block at a starting price of 10 pounds and after fierce bidding was sold at 500 pounds.
Post-WWII German Submarines Scuttled Off Ireland
Six former wolves of the sea are towed out to sea and disposed of by gunfire and explosive charges off the coast of Ireland. British and Polish destroyers take part in the job.
Chinook Tribe Textiles And Fashion
Famous for their skill involving textiles and trading members of the Chinook tribe demonstrate their clothing making and displaying the final amazing product with the day capped with a demonstration of a ceremonial dance.