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really excellent concise history of modern conflic

by Dave on 10/18/2013

I have a collection of world war II historical series. This one has some footage that I have not seen in any of the others to date. The set is a very nicely done selection and review of pivotal events and personalities involved in teh conflicts covered. Read More

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Very interesting DVDs concerning WWII

by Ed on 10/25/2013

Great improvement in video depicting the events of WWII over earlier releases of this same topic. Many new facts were also presented/displayed throghout the various encounters that were missing from similiar war DVDs. Overall a good buy if you are interested in seeing what our veterans went thru during this devastating war. Read More

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Vietnam: Apocalypse in the Jungle

State-of-the-art technology was used to digitally remaster and create pristine transfers from the original source materials in order to give you the highest quality collection of war films available anywhere in this 4-DVD boxed set from the National Archives. Select films from this inestimable national resource have been assembled to produce Vietnam: Apocalypse in the Jungle, a collection of war films focused on U.S. involvement in the controversial war. Note: These films are not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.

Films:

  • Vietnam, Vietnam (1971)
  • The Battle of Khe Sanh (1969)
  • To Save a Soldier (1966)
  • The Faces of Rescue (1971)
  • The 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam (1971)
  • Why Vietnam? (1965)
  • A Nation Builds Under Fire (1966)
  • Another Day of War (1967)
  • A Day in Vietnam (1967)
  • The 4th Infantry Division (1969)

    Product Features:

  • Digitally remastered from the original films to give you the highest-quality, most pristine collection of war films available anywhere
  • These are the original Vietnam War movies from the National Archives as they were originally filmed and edited
  • National Archives films include: Vietnam, Vietnam (1971); The Battle of Khe Sanh (1969); To Save a Soldier (1966); The Faces of Rescue (1971); The 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam (1971); Why Vietnam? (1965); A Nation Builds Under Fire (1966); Another Day of War (1967); A Day in Vietnam (1967); The 4th Infantry Division (1969)
  • Watch the controversial documentary “Vietnam, Vietnam,” narrated by Hollywood icon Charlton Heston
  • Follow the “Big Red One” as they participate in ambushes, the Tet Offensive, operations such as Bushmaster I & II, and Dong Tien


    WWII: Rampage Across Europe

    Select films from this inestimable national resource have been assembled to produce WWII: Rampage Across Europe, a collection of war films focused on U.S. involvement in the European theater during World War II. Note: These films are not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.

    Films:

  • Target for Tonight (1941)
  • The Battle of Britain (1943)
  • D-Day (1944)
  • The True Glory (1945)
  • San Pietro (The Battle of San Pietro) (1945)
  • The Liberation of Rome (1944)
  • Target for Today (1944)
  • Denmark Fights for Freedom (1944)

    Product Features:

  • Digitally remastered from the original films to give you the highest-quality, most pristine collection of war films available anywhere
  • These are the original World War II movies from the National Archives as they were originally filmed and edited
  • National Archives films include: Target for Tonight (1941), The Battle of Britain (1943), D-Day (1944), The True Glory (1945), San Pietro (The
  • Watch the Academy Award-winning film, “The True Glory,” on the Allied invasion and conquest of Western Europe, including actual footage of the struggle at Omaha Beach
  • Actual wartime film of General Eisenhower, the surrender of the Italian Navy to the Allies and more


    WWII: Combat in the Pacific

    Select films from this inestimable national resource have been assembled to produce WWII: Combat in the Pacific, a collection of war films focused on U.S. involvement in the Pacific theater during World War II. Note: These films are not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.

    Films:

  • December 7th (1943)
  • Reconnaissance Pilot (1943)
  • Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter (1943)
  • Appointment in Tokyo (1945)
  • Army Air Forces: Pacific (1944)
  • Solomon Islands (1945)
  • With the Marines at Tarawa (1944)
  • The Battle for the Marianas (1944)
  • Surrender in the Pacific (1945)
  • Fury in the Pacific (1945)
  • This is the Philippines (1945)
  • Action at Angaur (1945)

    Product Features:

  • Digitally remastered from the original films to give you the highest-quality, most pristine collection of war films available anywhere
  • These are the original World War II movies from the National Archives as they were originally filmed and edited
  • National Archives films include: December 7th (1943), Reconnaissance Pilot (1943), Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter (1943), Appointment in Tokyo (1945), Army Air Forces: Pacific (1944), Solomon Islands (1945), With the Marines at Tarawa (1944), The Battle for the Marianas (1944), Surrender in the Pacific (1945), Fury in the Pacific (1945), This is the Philippines (1945), Action at Angaur (1945)
  • Watch John Ford’s Academy Award-winning short film on the attacks at Pearl Harbor
  • World War II films featuring Hollywood stars William Holden Ronald Reagan
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    Studio Topics Entertainment
    SKU 252593710
    UPC 781735529409
    UPC 14 00781735529409
    Format DVD
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    Very interesting DVDs concerning WWII by Ed on Oct 25, 2013


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