Key to progress: machines in the service of men

United Kingdom, 1951

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The secret of the difference between the old and new civilization is the machine made to serve our daily needs. This film shows how, through machinery and its power, conditions of the worker and the standard of living has improved; production per person has increased; number and variety of goods produced has been improved.

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Crown Film Unit

Duration

00:12:47:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1951

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