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I agree with most of what you said, but:


I believe the standard "home movie" during the 30's to 50's used 16mm.

My grandfather shot quite a bit of 8mm "home movie" footage from the mid 30s to the early 50s. I have the camera he used. We've digitized much of that footage.

He for instance shot 8mm film of the GM "Sit Down Strike" in 1937, and my Dad and his siblings as youngsters at their summer cottage.

The US Army Signal Corps mostly shot 16mm in the field, though. 

My understanding is that a few individual soldiers took 8mm cameras overseas, but film and processing were complicated problems during WWII unless you had a Signal Corps connection.


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