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Canada, World Trader

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Famous in pre-war years as a source of raw materials and food, in 1946 Canada became the fourth largest industrial power among the United Nations. A dramatic sequence depicts the vast range of her exports and suggests a gigantic potential with the harnessing of her hydro-electric resources. World recovery, seen as key to national prosperity, makes sound sense of Canada's generous loan policy and consistant advocacy of international cooperation.

1946, 11 min

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