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- Pictures some of the traditions, religion, family life, and education which are the world of Juan Jose who lives in the Spanish coastal village of Mijas. Shows the daily activities of the village people--planting crops, making bread, plaiting ropes, weaving sandals, making paper, and fashioning paper sacks. Depicts children enjoying dancing and playing football using the bladder of a pig for a ball. Explains that the family, faith, pleasantries, and work are the important bases of Spanish life.
- Reviews, through documentary scenes taken from the National Archives, the historic events which led to the entry of the United States into World War II. Records the failure of the League of Nations to take strong action against the aggressive acts of Japan, Italy, and Germany. Highlights the war of nerves, the successive Axis aggression, U.S. Neutrality Acts, the various agreements and pacts, and the declaration of war by England, France, and the United States.
Documentary of events leading to United States entry to World War II. Different stages through which American public opinion passed as events in Europe took place are described.