This clip shows war footage and various people attempting to convince American civilians to buy war bonds during World War II.


The president of the American Federation of Labor (A.F. of L.), William Green, speaks to the camera about the importance of buying war bonds.


The war footage includes a soldier playing “Taps” on the bugle and continues in the background as a montage of cemeteries, soldiers’ bodies, and tombstones follow.


The president of the United States Chamber of Commerce, Eric Johnston, talks to the camera about how buying war bonds is beneficial both personally and to the whole country.


There is a montage of American industry and natural landscapes while America the Beautiful plays in the background. The narrator asks where you will stand in America’s future before showing individuals saying how they will use their war bond money after the war ends.