Material relating to newsreel story 'Nationalist Troops Mass In Formosa' - 50/24
Eisenhower on tour of Far East - meets Chaing Kai Shek and General MacArthur.
Chinese Nationalist troops gather strength in Formosa.
UNRRA send supplies to replenish the rice fields in Formosa. China.
Anthropological film showing life in Formosa - eating, crafts, work, making hats, traditional dancing.
Allied military leaders meet Chiang Kai Shek.
Leader of the Nationalist China Chiang Kai Shek with wife in Shanghai.
General Chiang Kai Shek receives a medal, his wife is with him.
General MacArthur poses for cameras with Chinese leader, Chiang Kai Shek.
Madam Chiang Kai-Shek broadcasts from China on behalf refugees.
Madame Chiang Kai Shek visits White House and addresses House of Representatives.
Madam Chiang Kai Shek visits the Chinese Americans in New York.
Visit of General Chiang Kai Shek and Nanking Government to tomb of Sun Yat Sen.
Wife of the China's war leader, Mrs Chiang Kai Shek, honours American Tokyo raiders.
A look at trade and industry in Formosa (Taiwan) under leadership of Chiang Kai Shek.
Various shots of fund raising dinner given by Chinese Citizens living in Sydney, Australia.
Madame Chaing Kai Shek and military officers inspect men of the joint US / Chinese air wing.
Footage of the Japanese troops being rushed to the Chinese war zone in Shantung.
American politician Wendell Willkie visits Chungking.
Refugees stream into the International Settlement in Shanghai.
Cairo conference between USA, China and Great Britain.
Madam Chiang Kai Chek boards a plane to fly back to her husband in China.
Three Power Conference (USA, China & GB) was held in Cairo.
An issue of the "March of Time" examining Chinese politics.
Chinese civil war communists advancing - Madame Chiang goes to US to ask for help.
US President Roosevelt addresses the congress - "they're going to get it" speech.
Footage of refugees as Civil War breaks out in China.
More scenes from the Sino-Japanese war. Troops on the move and refugees begging for food.
America prepares to fight Japan after the bombing of Pearl Harbour.
Series of newsreel items about the war between Japan and China.
Aerial views of the devastation left by the atom bomb in Japan.
Roosevelt's famous 'date which will live in infamy' speech declaring war on the Japanese.
More film of the continuing war between China and Japan.
Aerial shots of destroyed Japanese cities.
Repatriation of Japanese from China?
President Truman calls Japan to surrender.
British officers confer with Japanese Army on banks of Huangpu River in Shanghai.
Japanese army invades China's richest city - Shanghai. Shots of street fighting.
Fighting for Shanghai continues.
Wealthy looking Chinese refugees arrive in Indonesia, after travelling from war-torn Shanghai.
Scenes from front line as Sino-Japanese War enters its 100th day.
Japanese army advancing up Yangtze River towards Nanking.
Japanese troops advance across China, shots of action at front line.
Japanese army advancing across China.
Chinese soldiers / home guard seen in training plus a demonstration march against Japanese Imperialism.
A look at the wars raging in Spain and China.
The Japanese bomb Hankow in China during the Sino-Japanese war.
Orphaned Chinese children are fed by relief workers; air raid bombing on China by Japanese.
Japanese bombers attack Chungking in China. Scenes of Chinatown in London.
Japanese army advances towards capital, Nanking.
Glamorous Chinese-American women sort clothes for refugees of the Sino-Japanese war.
Compilation of various library footage.
Co-production with the BBC.
Unedited footage and two American newsreel items featuring scenes of the Sino-Japanese war.
City of Chungking collects the money for Chinese Army Funds.
A look at the city of Chungking after 5 years of war; good street scenes.
Signing of Peace Treaty between Nationalist China and Communist China in Chungking.
42 couples take part in a mass wedding ceremony in China "in the interests of war economy".
Supplies transported to China by planes.
United Nations giving out food to starving Chinese.
latest report on Japanese invasion of China.
Scenes of the Sino-Japanese war as the Japanese army advances through the country.
Japanese attack of the university town of Tientsin in Northern China.
Japanese troops enter Peking.
Latest images of the Chino/ Japanese war.
Latest pictures from China - battle for Shanghai.
Japanese continue their attack on Shanghai - the worst fights are in Chapei, a slum area.
Japanese army invades walled city of Paoting, part of Sino-Japanese War.
The Japanese Army march into Nanking.
Female troops in the Chinese army assist injured men and do target practice.
Japanese troops advance on Pingyanfu.
Japanese army and navy troops advance on Hankow in China.
Footage of Japanese military demonstration under the watching eyes of Emperor Hirohito.
Clearing up operation after the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Chinese and Japanese fight on streets of Shanghai.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt gives a warning he will never negotiate with Hitler.
President Franklin D Roosevelt is inaugurated for the 3rd time.
Franklin Roosevelt meets top industrialists and speaks on the dangers from spies and traitors.
President Franklin D Roosevelt's third inauguration.
Britain's Prime Minister Winston Churchill visits Egypt.
British soldiers on shore leave in China visit temples and gardens in Soochow.
Travelogue showing scenes of life in China.
Chinese Nationalist troops begin to return home.
Defeated Chekiang forces surrender their weapons in Shanghai.
Scenes of Japanese troops in action against the Chinese.
Japanese troops land in China and start their march forward.
Footage of people demonstrating for a Chinese Republic. Peking.
Images of heavily bombed Shanghai by Japanese aggressors.
A history of the "The Peaceful Years" from 1919 to 1938
China's Civil War leaves many people homeless and a large military presence.
People demonstrate in Peking, China.