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Google digitizes National Archive video

Google announced Friday a deal to digitize video content from the National Archives, including several films on the history of the space program.

Google announced  a deal to digitize video content from the National Archives, including  several films on the history of the space program, World War II newsreel documentaries and Dept. of the Interior films. Under the pilot program, Google has made 19 videos available online. They include a 1979 film about Mars, a 1975 Orson Welles production called "Who's Out There?", newsreel footage like Marines raising the flag at Iwo Jima, the swearing in of FDR, and celebrities pitching in for the war effort, and Interior films about the reclamation of the "arid West" and "Rebuilding Indian Country."