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  • emHunger Blockadeem
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    Hunger Blockade

    The U.S. Office of Military Government for occupied West Germany produced this film to tell the story of the Berlin airlift from Germany’s perspective. Originally in German, this English…

  • emOperation Vittlesem
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    Operation Vittles

    This U.S. Air Force film nominated for an Academy Award tells the story of the Berlin Airlift, one of the opening events of the Cold War.

  • emThe Whole World is Watchingem
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    The Whole World is Watching

    This film by the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department documents a series of anti-Vietnam War actions by about 45,000 protesters in 1971. Blocking access to government buildings and disrupting traffic,…

  • emReport from the Aleutiansem
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    Report from the Aleutians

    This documentary tells the story of the early stages of the Aleutian Islands Campaign during World War II and depicts the harsh weather and living conditions faced by U.S. forces.

    457 views
  • emMotor Convoyem 1919 Silent Army Film
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    Motor Convoy 1919 Silent Army Film

    Michael Owen, author of After Ike: On the Trail of the Century-Old Journey that Changed America, provides commentary for a 1919 U.S. Army silent film documenting a transcontinental motor convoy.…

    272 views
  • emThe Dewey Storyem
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    The Dewey Story

    “The Dewey Story” is a Republican National Committee film promoting the 1948 presidential nominee Gov. Thomas Dewey of New York by telling the story of his political life. This film is part…

    125 views
  • emDissent of the Governed The Duffey Campaign in 1970em
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    Dissent of the Governed, The Duffey Campaign in 1970

    Filmmaker Robert Newman documents the 1970 U.S. Senate campaign of 35 year-old Joseph Duffey, who ran on an anti-Vietnam War platform and against much of Connecticut’s Democratic…

    111 views
  • emEducation for Deathem
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    Education for Death

    This World War II Walt Disney Studios animated short film lampoons the Hitler Youth, and is based on a book of the same title by Gregor Ziemer.

    338 views
  • emInvasion of Southern Franceem
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    Invasion of Southern France

    This 1950 U.S. Army film chronicles the Allied invasion of southern France that began on August 15, 1944.

    196 views
  • emBattle for Parisem August 1944 United Newsreel
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    Battle for Paris August 1944 United Newsreel

    U.S. Office of War Information newsreel uses film shot by French resistance fighters to tell the story of the August 25, 1944 liberation of Paris during World War II.

    85 views
  • emThe Paris Storyem August 1944 United Newsreel
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    The Paris Story August 1944 United Newsreel

    This U.S. Office of War Information newsreel tells the story of the August 25, 1944, liberation of Paris by Allied forces.

    82 views
  • emHenry Browne Farmerem
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    Henry Browne, Farmer

    This short 1942 U.S. Agriculture Department film is a World War II propaganda effort celebrating the contributions of African Americans to the war effort. Narrated by actor and civil rights…

    129 views
  • emRonald Reagan Citizen Governorem
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    Ronald Reagan, Citizen Governor

    This Citizens for Reagan Committee film promotes the California governor for the 1968 Republican presidential nomination. The film traces Reagan’s post-war activities as a labor leader and…

    83 views
  • 1972 McGovern for President Film
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    1972 McGovern for President Film

    This 1972 campaign film paid for by the McGovern for President Committee features Democratic nominee Sen. George McGovern (D-South Dakota) as he meets a variety of voters across the United…

    67 views
  • emAssignment Washington The Correspondent Marino de Mediciem
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    Assignment Washington, The Correspondent Marino de Medici

    This U.S. Information Agency film profiles an Italian newspaper journalist as he describes his day-to-day duties in Washington, and travels to cover several presidential campaign events in 1976.…

    93 views
  • emFor the Recordem
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    For the Record

    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 4,985 strikes involving 4.6 million workers in 1946 - the largest number the bureau ever recorded in a single year. The main issues were low wages and…

    65 views
  • emDecade of NATOem
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    Decade of NATO

    This film narrated by Edward R. Murrow marks the 10th anniversary of the April 4, 1949 founding of NATO by profiling the people, geography and resources of member countries. The film argues that the organization…

    103 views
  • President Nixon Address on Vietnam War
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    President Nixon Address on Vietnam War

    In his first address to the nation on Vietnam, President Richard Nixon proposed the withdrawal of U.S. forces from South Vietnam as long as the North Vietnamese removed their forces as…

    199 views
  • emThe Crooked River Dies An Epilogueem
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    The Crooked River Dies, An Epilogue

    This documentary is an update to the 1966 film “The Crooked River Dies.” WKYC-TV Cleveland returned to the Cuyahoga River to see how things had changed in five years. The camera observes some progress, but the…

    149 views
  • emThe Crooked River Diesem
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    The Crooked River Dies

    This 1966 documentary traces the 100-mile-long Cuyahoga River from its source to Cleveland, where it empties, polluted, into Lake Erie. It originally aired on WKYC-TV’s “Montage,” an…

    242 views
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