The Price of Liberty
A short film titled, The Price of Liberty extolled the value of the contributions of women to America’s Armed Forces. Footage… read more
A short film titled, The Price of Liberty extolled the value of the contributions of women to America’s Armed Forces. Footage was shown of women in service throughout America’s wars, including re-enactments of the American Revolutionary and Civil Wars. A video clip was shown of General Dwight Eisenhower dedicating the SHAPE Headquarters in France on July 30, 1951.
This 1950s Defense Department film, created in cooperation with the Council of Motion Picture Organizations, is narrated by Walter Cronkite. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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