American army cooks bake white loaves as Brits yearn for a break from brown wartime bread!
Titles read: "DOUGHBOYS - AND DOUGH".
Various shots show cooks of the United States Army baking white loaves of bread. Entire process is seen, from the mixing of the flour - "the real old-fashioned white stuff they used to put in our loaves" - to the kneading and baking.
Numerous freshly-baked loaves are turned out of their tins (mmm, I can almost smell them!) and served to GIs at a mess table. Commentator says "If you are inclined to be envious of the doughboys' dough, perhaps you should remember that new white bread did sometimes give you indigestion".
Note: in Britain during the Second World War white bread was largely unavailable. Many people tasted brown bread for the first time during this era.