Canadian Freedom's Fire Must Be Fed Our Coal

Canadian Soldier Miners look at a piece of paper posted on a board that reads 'Freedom's Fires Must Be Fed OUR Coal!' / a harbor with boats docked is shown / One ship is filled with raw coal / in a factory hot metals glow / white hot coke falls into a large bin / a powder falls from an overhead machine combining with the coke / glowing hot steel is poured into bins by a large machine / more hot steel is pored into a large bin / sparks fly from bins as men work in front of them / several bins of steel spark.


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Clip #:504249919SD
Collection:Sherman Grinberg Library
Date created:10 June, 1943
Licence type:Rights-ready
Release info:Not released. More information
Clip length:00:00:33:21
Location:Nova Scotia, Canada
Mastered to:QuickTime 8-bit Photo-JPEG SD 720x486 29.97i More information
Originally shot on:16mm B/W Neg 486 29.97i
Source:Sherman Grinberg Library
Object name:c683-1943-084_p_sub9
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