"This is a film Mr. Bowdery shot and edited into a form of home newsreel called THE SECOND WORLD WAR -- THE HAND OF TYRANNY. It is captioned with headlines from the 'People's Advocate' newspaper. The footage contains scenes of the exterior of the Vancouver Post Office at Hastings and Granville. Employees being checked at the entrance. Interior of building, protestors in sit-down strike. [Close-up of] trio of protestors, other good [close-ups]. Protestors singing 'The Red Flag', [with] banjo and accordion accompaniment. Unemployed march" (Browne).
The film is also known as Vancouver Post Office Sit-Down Strike.
Browne, Colin. "Entry #0968," Motion Picture Production in B.C., 1898-1940: A Brief Historical Background and Catalogue. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum, 1979.
"Item AAAA3019 - The 2nd World War!" Archives Moving Images Collection, British Columbia Archives.
British Columbia Archives