World War II Plastic Manufacturing Promotional Info Movie

World War II Plastic Manufacturing Promotional Info Movie

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October 09, 2008

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World War II Plastic Manufacturing Promotional Info Movie


Hooray for the development of plastic! This film shows the emergence of factories all over the country able to mass-produce essential materials like plates that won't break, WWII model airplanes, saran, and much more. With each snapshot of diligent workers, viewers are able to comprehend the speedy development of industry in the United States during the Second World War, and how that changed the rate of production. This industrial video takes a perfect look at the impact wartime manufacturing and production had on the world.



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