The film is made up of a series of different people talking about how they have contributed to the war efforts. These include a motor mechanic who is now makes aircraft and is a member of the Volunteer Defence Force; an engineer from a cosmetic factory, who now manages a factory which contributes through taxes to the war effort; a farmer who see the importance of growing food for the war effort and the contribution of women are making as members of the land army; a former milkman who now builds roads and aerodromes and his daughter Gwennie who works in a munitions factory; Gwennie's boyfriend Bill who is serving in the merchant navy; a RAAF and a RAF pilots in New Guinea before their mission; a RAAF and RAF mechanics worry about the safety of the pilots; also talk to an American mechanic "Brooklyn" remembering the bombing of Darwin; an Australian and American soldiers are cut off in the steamy jungles of New Guinea - with the Australian remembering the tours of service in Tobruk, ... Written by
Paul Gerard Kennedy
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This film is considered a Second World War wartime propaganda film of Australia. See more