Communication in the 1940s

This film breaks down the ways people communicated in the first half of the 20th century, including mass media, telephone, mail, and more localized such as sirens and hand signals.

It would fascinating to have students write a new chapter for this film based on the news forms of communication prevalent today. Depending on how specific you wanted to get, they might be required to write the script for the narrator that includes television, cell phones, computers and the internet.

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