Forest for the war. (1943)

Film-document №66969 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Warship approaches the coast of Scotland, Canadian soldiers went ashore.

Canadians loggers by profession, arrived in Scotland to harvest the forest for military purposes.

The soldiers cut with axes, sawing trees, clear them from the branches.

Logs by a tractor down to the river.

Men hooks sent logs are conveyed up to the sawmill.

The work at the sawmill.

Warehouse on air boards.

The soldiers did not only work, but also to pass military training.

Soldiers on maneuvers, they attack, the soldier throws a grenade into the house.

Prorogation, soldiers and workers talk, drink beer.

Transportation of timber trucks.

The use of forests in the construction of railways, bridges and houses.

PNRM. through the pine forest

Key words

Scotland, soldiers, war 2 world, forest, forest industry, maneuvers