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Using commentary from diaries and journals of Civil War participants film reviews the military strategy and events surrounding the Battle of Glorieta Pass during the New Mexico Civil War campaign of This documentary juxtaposes newsreel footage, film clipsand period music in an eye-opening look at the GreatDepression.
Many of the movies created in the sfeatured strong social commentary, while othersoffered pure escapism and fed a fascination with adazzling world out of reach to the everyday American. Also includes political speeches byFranklin D.
DVD By-line Newsreel. Tyler-Texas Black Film Collection: The Missing Link in Black Cinema Newsreels providing close-ups of black leaders in government and sports.
Opens with shots of black government officials in the Eisenhower Administration followed by footage of Marine Reservists departing for basic training.
Fashion models wearing "I like Ike" buttons are shown followed by an interview with Mrs. Carmel Carrington Marr, A U. At Altus Air Force Base, a black soldier comes to the aid of a white engineer who is disabled. Black members of the Eisenhower administration are interviewed including a top aide, the first black member of the White House staff, and Assistant Secretary of Labor, J.
They discuss the complex legal issues involved and the continuing efforts to force the FBI to unseal their extensive files of the case. Videocassette release of a film originally televised in This program examines daily life in America during the early s--when a loaf of bread cost only a few cents, horse-power really meant horsepower, flying to the moon was the stuff of dreams and the average life span was only 45 years--while looking ahead to the decades of changes yet to come.
The psychological damage inflicted by the bombardments of World War I was called shell shock, a term that aptly described the feelings of the World War I world. In the aftermath of World War I, many modern-minded Americans, particularly women, were eager to do away with outdated traditions and claim new rights and freedoms.
Safely watching Europe from across the Atlantic Ocean, many Americans observed the messianic popularity of Hitler and Mussolini and the subsequent outbreak of World War II with dismany. World War II was the first war in history that killed more civilians than soldiers, as leaders on both sides accepted noncombatant casualties as inevitable--and to some, even desirable.
This program studies the courage and strength necessary to face and survive starvation, bombing, torpedoing, massacre, and extermination in camps specifically designed for that purpose. The shock of Pearl Harbor awoke America from its dream of isolationism.
As troops went overseas and industry ramped up to supply the urgent need for war materials, a new wave of Southern blacks migrated north and west to fill the workforce--along with millions of women. The challenge faced by veterans and spouses to become reacquainted after years of separation and hardship is highlighted.
The post-war baby boom, suburban living and Elvis Presley epitomize the contentment of the Eisenhower years. But these were also years marked by the Korean War, rabid McCarthyism, violent civil rights demonstrations, and a frightening escalation in the Cold War. This program probes the tensions between these crosscurrents in American history.
Beset by both international and domestic pressures, America during the Camelot years was swiftly approaching a political-cultural meltdown.
This program documents U. Riots and protests intensified in the U.
This program presents the unrelenting rage that divided the nation during those perilous years, as the Watts race riots, the assissinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy, and the Kent State killings made headline news. This program appraises the effects of those blights on the political landscape and their impact on the trust between the government and the governed, so vital to the well-being of a representative democracy such as the United States.
This program focuses on the changing momentum of these movements while also looking at the developing environmental movement spurred by the Love Canal disaster, the developing political power of Christians and gays, the controversies that arose over affirmative action and busing, the Iran Hostage Crisis and the development of OPEC.
The Reagan era witnessed the unexpected end of the Cold War and a welcome return to a booming domestic economy--but did events unfold too quickly to control? This program takes a look at the details and aftershocks both of the dissolution of the Soviet Union and of the yuppie capitalism that threatened to push the limits of the American economy too far.
Then the program, with the assistance of leading futurists, looks ahead to some of the possible events and innovations just over the horizon. Events that Shaped the World. In the United States, the s were characterized by a powerful tension that pitted the entrenched forces of tradition against the dynamic energy of modernity.Number 1.
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