National Affairs: Uncle Sam, the Non-Belligerent

This week, as isolationists and interventionists locked horns over the President's lend-lease bill (see p. 75), MARCH OF TIME released as its new issue a film, Uncle Sam—the Non-Belligerent, which may put some banderillas in the bulls.

At any time the film would be notable as a portrait of World War II. It opens with shots of London during an air raid, shots which bring to U. S. ears the eerie sound of an air-raid alarm (a cross between a fire-engine siren and a train whistling for a railroad crossing). It shows not only pictures of fires and damage in London...

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