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Summary: I. "New pipeline serves Allies in Italy." Laborious task of supplying petrol to Allied armies in Italy has been eased by the laying of a pipeline across country to an unnamed port. Petrol now flows directly to the front instead of being transported in cumbersome drums. Film shows laying of pipeline and filling of jerricans at the front.
II. "Ulster at arms." Survey of Northern Ireland's contribution to the United Nations' war effort. The province, described as "a loyal member of the British Commonwealth," is mainly agricultural although the economy has been adapted to Britain's wartime industrial needs. Food exports include dried milk and eggs sorted and checked at a government depot. Film of one dairy farm now used as an incendiary bullet factory, while the cows stand outside. Less drastic examples of conversion to wartime needs include a flax-spinning mill now manufacturing parachutes and other linen factories producing tail fins for Stirling bombers and making shirts for the forces. Factories also produce Sunderland flying-boats, 6-pounder anti-tank guns and shells. Ship-building industry is of paramount importance.