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This W.W. II magazine article from CLICK intended purely for civilian consumption concerned the U.S. Signal Corps and their efforts to film and photograph as much of the war as was possible in order that the brass hats far off to the rear could sit comfortably and understand what was needed. The article is illustrated with six war photographs and the captions explaining what information was gleaned from each:

"Every detail of these films is scrupulously studied by a group of experts, officers and engineers representing the Army Ground Force, the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Army Air Corps, the Signal Corps the Armored Forces, the Quartermaster Corps and other military units. Naturally, these services are interested in different sections of every film. To facilitate their studies, a device known as the Multiple Film Selector is used."

The Signal Corps Movies of World War I were intended for different uses...


Pictured above is one of the U.S. Army signal corps motion picture camera operators in Europe.


A Signal Corps recruiting poster

Click here to read a about a particularly persuasive and
highly effective W.W. II training film...

     


The Films of the U.S. Army Signal Corps (Click Magazine, 1943)

The Films of the U.S. Army Signal Corps (Click Magazine, 1943)

The Films of the U.S. Army Signal Corps (Click Magazine, 1943)

The Films of the U.S. Army Signal Corps (Click Magazine, 1943)

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