CTVA US Documentary - "March Of Time" (Theatrical) Year 5 (1939-40)

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Year 5 (1939-40)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


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MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 1 (1939) AMERICA THINKS IT OVER : STATE OF THE NATION 1939
aka -  vol. 5 no. 6
Synopsis:
Opinion Polls and the Political Scene.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 2 (1939)  JAPAN-MASTER OF THE ORIENT
Synopsis:
The failure of the Japanese attempt to conquer China in spite of the invasion of Manchuria.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 3 (1939) BRITAIN, PEACE AND PROPAGANDA : WAR, PEACE AND PROPAGANDA
aka -  vol. 5 No. 11
Synopsis:
The importance of propaganda and its influence on world affairs and the course of the war.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 4 (1939)
(no details)

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 5 (1939) NEW WORLD METROPOLIS  :  METROPOLIS-1939
aka -  vol. 5 no. 13
Synopsis:
Pictorial survey of New York and its inhabitants.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 6 (1939) BATTLE FLEETS OF BRITAIN
aka -  vol. 6 no. 2
Synopsis:
Survey of the strength, organisation and tradition of the Royal Navy.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 7 (1939) SOLDIERS WITH WINGS
Synopsis:
The development and significance of the U.S. Air Corps.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 8 (1939) NEWSFRONTS OF WAR - 1940
Synopsis:
Survey of the events of 1939 in the war as recorded by Associated Press. Opinions on the importance
of Russia and its raw materials to Hitler's plans.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 9 (1939) UNCLE SAM-THE FARMER
Synopsis:
The problems of American agriculture and efforts of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture to provide solutions.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 10 (1940) CRISIS IN THE PACIFIC
Synopsis:
United States defences in the Pacific, particularly on Guam.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO.11 (1940) REPUBLIC OF FINLAND 1919-1940
aka - vol. 6 no. 6
Synopsis
Survey of Russian history from 1919 to 1940 and the efforts of the Finns against Russian aggression. U.S. support  for Finland.
Note:
This film, on Finland, was released in the US in Jan 1940. It was announced for the UK as No. 6 but withdrawn and
replaced by The VATICAN OF PIUS XII. (see below)


MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 11 (1940) VATICAN OF PIUS XII
Synopsis:
The Vatican's Churches, Library and Art Galleries, Postal Service and Radio Station.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 12 (1940) CANADA AT WAR
Synopsis:
The story of Canada's 11 million people against fascism in support of the Common wealth and the free world.

MARCH OF TIME 5TH YEAR NO. 13 (1940) DIXIE U.S.A.:  DIXIE- 1940
Synopsis:
The economic situation in the Southern United States.

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