CTVA US Documentary - "March Of Time" (Theatrical) Year 2 (1936-37)

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Year 2 (1936-37)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 1 (1936) 
AUSTRIA: The peace of Europe depends on the Hapsburgs and their family history;
U.S.A.: Tennessee Championship for gun-dogs and the winner;
FRANCE: peasants of France watch Leon Blum's experiment in Socialist Government.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 2 (1936) 
ATLANTIC CITY U.S.A.: Congress of social workers on problems of juvenile delinquency;
SANTO DOMINGO: Survey of Trujillo's dictatorship;
GREAT BRITAIN : Development of civil aviation in Britain.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 3 (1936)
U.S.A. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: Preparation for the USA 1936 election, and hardships in New Jersey;
ALBANIA: Troubles in Albania owing to Italian infiltration and domination;
ENGLAND FOOTBALL POOLS: Huge profits and activities in football pools.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 4 (1936)
AMERICAN FISHERIES: Deep sea fishing off the New England Coast.
UNITED STATES HORSE RACING: The controls on Horse Racing exercised by the Jockey Club of America.
ENGLAND'S TITHE WAR: Farmers refuse to pay Tithes to the Church of England.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 5 (1936) :
IRISH FREE STATE: Industry and economics in modern Ireland under De Valera;
USA: Electioneering tactics efforts of Roosevelt to bring prosperity to depressed and unemployed.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 6 (1936) .
U.S.A.: College football and its progress to open professionalism;
BELGIUM: foreign policy of Leopold and rise of fascist Rexists;
U.S.A.: work on canal to bypass International Rapids, to link Middle West with Atlantic via St. Lawrence.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 7 (1936)
PRINCETOWN, NEW JERSEY: Army up to strength;
USA: Fire investigation;
ENGLAND: Food or physical training?

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 8 (1937)
U.S.A.: The fight of the AFL with the unskilled labour unions outside the craft unions;
TEXAS: Centennial celebrations in Texas;
THE FAR EAST: Resurgence of China under Chiang Kai-shek. 

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 9 (1937) 
U.S.A.: Survey of the production and consumption of milk in US;
U.S.A.: Rapid growth of the winter holiday institution in US;
ENGLAND: Preparations for the 1937 Coronation.

MARCH OF TIME 2ND YEAR NO. 10 (1937)
BLACK AREAS: The reconstruction of the liquor industry, with remnants of temperance agitation;
development and increasing use of portable homes;
BRITAIN: Plight of South Wales mining areas, and lock-outs in Notts.

MARCH OF TIME 2ND YEAR NO. 11 (1937) 
TURKEY: FATHER OF THE TURKS: The achievements of Mustafa Ataturk.
BRITAIN: CONQUERING CANCER: Cancer research and treatment in Britain.
NEW ORLEANS: THE BIRTH OF SWING: Swing music traced to its origins in New Orleans.

MARCH OF TIME: 2ND YEAR NO. 12 (1937)
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH: The Center of the Mormon Religion.
AMATEUR SLEUTHS: The popularity of Crime stories and Crime Detection Clubs.
THE LAND OF COTTON: The plight of the Sharecroppers.

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