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Summary: I. "There's not much women can't do." This salute to women in war-work shows them delivering milk, working as bus drivers and conductresses, as ticket collectors and locomotive mechanics and also showing "unexpected strength and skill" in heavy industry (long sequence on steel production). Women have surpassed everything once thought possible of their sex.
II. "You are sending them the tools." Well-protected convoy ("similar convoys to Russia") sails through Mediterranean with troops and supplies for North Africa. Men disembark and supplies are unloaded, including coal (in exchange for iron ore from Africa) and Churchill tanks described as "more than a match for the German Tiger tank." Enemy planes make daylight and night attacks on port, scoring direct hit on supply ship which blazes fiercely till next morning when it is sunk by an RN salvo.