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War & Military History
10th Mountain Division: Ridge Runners
The 10th Mountain Division was no ordinary combat outfit. Its rank and file consisted of an elite group of expert mountain climbers trained by the US Army to combat the Nazis entrenched in the mountains of Italy.
|13-4871||45 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
1918-1941 BETWEEN THE WARS
A look at America and it's place in the world during both World Wars.
|First Salt Talks/America in the Pacific||13-9830||45 min.||$ 19.99||©1987 |
|Italian-Ethiopian War/Spanish Civil War||13-9834||45 min.||$ 19.99||©1987 |
The CBI Theater was the setting for one of the most ambitious allied efforts in history. Planning for the prosecution of the war involved a number of complex issues and conflicting strategies among the allies. Each nation had its own interests and priorities. Allied Effort explores the historical changes leading up to the war, the political maneuvering during the war, and the aftermath of a torn region.
|13-4931||90 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 1-882949-61-7|
The story of the U.S. Coast Guard, narrated by Ken Howard, and featuring exciting war footage at Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima. Always ready to rescue troubled ships at sea, the Coast Guard has been a strong naval presence for over two centuries.
|13-0001||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1988 |
America at War
From Pearl Harbor to the Persian Gulf, this program covers 50 years of almost continuous action by America's military with fascinating footage of the American effort during World War II in the Pacific and European theaters, followed by Korea, the Bay of Pigs, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama and Operation Desert Storm.
Americans Courageous (1600-1950's)
Two films featuring tales of courage: "The Gloucesterman," a filmed celebration of the townsfolk of a historic Massachusetts village who go down to the sea in ships, and "Not for Ourselves Alone", a 200-year history of America's armed forces.
|13-0002||50 min.||$ 64.95||©1982 1-55919-510-X|
Witness the history of the U.S. Navy, from its birth to its struggles during Vietnam. Dramatic footage of both the Atlantic and Pacific campaigns in World War II, the Cuban missile crisis, and the Vietnam War. A collector's dream.
|13-0012||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1985 |
A three volume story of blood and conquest that will seize the imaginations of history fans and military buffs alike. Ancient Warriors is the story of militaristic societies that conquered and shaped our world.
|Ancient Warriors, Volume 5||13-0406||115 min.||$ 24.95||©1951 |
The official Armed Forces footage of the savage and bloody Pacific battles and the most awesome air, sea and land conflicts in history. From Pearl Harbor to epic victories and the final confrontation in Japan. Experience this two-part visual masterpiece featuring the most nerve- jolting combat footage ever, from the front-line beachheads to a tribute to the fighting 1st Cavalry Division, "Hell for Leather", covering Los Negros, the Admiralties, Leyte and Manila, giving new meaning to jungle warfare.
Battle for North Africa
This video includes spectacular footage of Rommel, the Desert Fox and his Afrika Korp Panzers up against Patton and Montgomery.
Battle for Survival, The Arab Israeli Six Day War
The Six Day War remains one of the most important battles of recent history and one of the great military victories of all time. This film captured fascinating images of a people fighting enemies on all sides and present a documentary of rare balance and insight. Surrounded by enemies, Israel had to fight or face destruction.
|13-4891||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1998 |
Battle of Arnhem
This program details Field Marshal Montgomery's "Market Garden" Plan: the capture of all major river crossings in Holland in preparation for the final thrust toward Berlin.
Battle of Britain
Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" looks at England's heroic defense against the Nazi air onslaught during World War II. Original footage. B&W.
|13-0018||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1984 |
Battle of the Bulge
As originally seen on NBC TV, the savage bloodbath in which America lost more men than in D-Day. Witness St. Vitch, Clervaux, Malmedy, the Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne, the "Hell on Wheels" 2nd Armored Division, and even Mac Auliffe's famous "Nuts!" reply to the German surrender offer.
Battle of the Bulge: World War II's Deadliest Battle
Narrated by David McCullough. Packed with mesmerizing footage from German and American military archives, this is a compelling chronicle of war that captures both the action on the front lines and strategy behind the scenes. Soldiers recount the grueling physical and psychological conditions under which they fought, and convey the horror that still haunts their memories fifty years later.
|13-4455||90 min.||$ 19.95||©1994 1-56633-160-9|
Battle of Verdum
The battle that marked the turning point of World War I, Verdum was the epitome of trench warfare, so costly in human life that France may never have recovered.
Ken Howard narrates this story of the U.S. Army, from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War, Indian Wars, 20th century conflicts in Cuba, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and more. Dramatic original footage.
|13-0025||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1988 |
Famous events from the Civil War are recounted and analyzed, including Lincoln's campaign for the Presidency; John Brown's Abolitionist Movement; the Battle of the Merrimac and the Monitor, Bull Run and Gettysburg.
|01-0007||30 min.||$ 29.95||©1983 |
Combat Vietnam: Air Power at Khe Sanh/Marines in Battle
Filmed under fire as it happened by combat cameramen of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corp. This is a not-to-be missed story of how air power helped win a decisive victory at Khe Sanh.
|13-8343||30 min.||$ 16.95||©1989 0-924739-19-3|
Countdown to War
|13-4951||78 min.||$ 24.98||©1998 |
Crucible: The New The Proud
|13-4915||55 min.||$ 24.95||©1998 1892480050|
Doughboys: Heroes of WWI
Experience the saga of WWI through rare film footage found in the Government archives.
|13-4361||41 min.||$ 19.95||©1995 |
Eye On History: D-Day
The eyewitness testimony of the brave men who fought on the beaches of Normandy that long, fatal day. Made in cooperation with the U.S. Naval Institute and the Associated Press, A&E presents the epic saga of June 6, 1944 in the compelling words of the war torn vets.
|13-4231||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1994 1-56501-333-6|
Four official U.S. Army programs on the great battlefield commanders: Omar Bradley, George S. Patton, Douglas MacArthur and Joseph W. Stilwell. The actual battle footage of the major campaigns and battles involving these four great men who made modern military history.
Follow Me: The Story of the Six Day War
On June 7,1967, 14 Arab countries came thundering down on Israel. Yet in six dramatic days, the little country not only won a decisive victory, but also changed the map of the Middle East. Highlighted by previously censored footage, this film covers the three war fronts. A monumental work.
|13-0277||95 min.||$ 49.95||©1968 |
This video includes action packed battles of northern Italy and southern France.
From D-Day to Victory in Europe
A complete account of the most massive military maneuver in the history of warfare is now avail able. This film distinguishes itself by explaining and revealing both the brilliant and disastrous strokes of the war. Rare war footage and thrilling history for the student and military buff alike.
|13-0420||110 min.||$ 39.95||©1988 |
G.I. Road to Hell
This video shows you combat savagery and jungle fury unequalled in military film annals.
Great Battles Film Festival
This video shows battle film from some of the greatest directors such as John Ford and John Huston. Includes such films as World at War, Battle of Midway, Fury in the Pacific, and more.
GREAT BATTLES OF WAR
Some of the highlights of World War II's bloodiest battles.
|Battle of the Bulge||13-9850||53 min.||$ 19.99||©1979 1-56480-048-2|
|Battle of the Bulge||13-2650||35 min.||$ 14.95|
|To Win the War||13-4894||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
Guadalcanal & The Shores Of Iwo Jima
The Japanese depended heavily on two Pacific islands to mount their aggressive air and naval attacks: Guadalcanal and Iwo Jima. Armed forces from the United States were called upon to wrest these islands from Japanese rule, and both times the call was answered. This program examines the battles, which were unusually heavy in casualties and suffering. But the U.S. flag still flew-most famously at Iwo Jima, the inspiration for the Marine Memorial.
Hell on the Western Front
From the beaches at Normandy to the Siegfried Line and crossing the Rhine, this living document, taken from the Armed Forces Archival program, shows the greatest military campaign in United States history and has to be experienced to be believed.
Heritage of Glory
The spirit of the U.S. Marines is captured in this visually exciting tale of marine development, featuring footage of Guantanamo Bay and Midway in World War II; Korean and Vietnam War action; and the Middle East.
|13-0045||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1988 |
History of Undersea Warfare
Witness the graphic realities and horrors of Nazi death camps, powerfully depicted in this brilliant World War II German propaganda documentary.
|13-0046||60 min.||$ 39.95||©1988 |
Writer and social critic Susan Sontag presents the realities and meaning of Hitler's genocide of the Jewish people. Includes "In Dark Places," "How Come Israel?" "The Good Omen," and Herschel Bernardi narrating "The Hangman," probing and elaborating on the same theme.
|13-0047||120 min.||$ 29.95||©1981 1-55919-913-X|
Home Away From Home: The Yanks in Ireland
Introduced by Walter Cronkite, the program follows veterans back to their home away from home. Secrets are revealed and old loves renewed in these moving stories. Rare photographs and archival film help the the stories.
|13-4812||58 min.||$ 24.95||©1993 1-56839-011-4|
Images of the Civil War
Based on the book "Images of the Civil War, The Paintings of Mort Kunstler", this documentary paints a sweeping portrait of the saga of the Civil War. Live-action battle reenactments, each one carefully researched for costume, weaponry, and landscape, are blended with Kunstler's paintings to highlight the personalities and the battles of the Civil War.
|13-4387||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1993 1-56501-171-6|
This is a video documentary of the Korean conflict produced by Koreans. The Korean Television Network spent years compiling revealing information with never-before-seen film footage into this chronological epic. This five-volume collection is a complete rendering of the conflict, beginning with the dividing of the Korean Peninsula after and continuing right through to today, where an uneasy truce still exists.
|Omens of War and Tempest||13-8034||120 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 1-56127-646-4|
|To the North and A Different War||13-8035||120 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 1-56127-645-6|
Korean War in Color
|13-4943||90 min.||$ 24.95||©2001 |
Kwai: The True Story
Join host Jack Perkins as A&E presents the true story about the tragic deaths of the 120,000 men who were used to build the Thai-Burma Railway in World War II. Prisoner of war survivors tell us for the first time about what really happened to them during this tragic period in history.
|13-4239||48 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 1-56501-095-7|
Marines Have Landed
The Marines were unmatched in their fight against the Axis forces during World War II. This program tells the story of the Marines in their most celebrated battles.
|13-5776||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1987 |
Marines in Combat
|13-4909||480 min.||$ 79.95||©1997 9647910023|
MEDAL OF HONOR
This ground-breaking series draws intimate and dramatic portraits of ordinary men who, amidst the horror of war, discovered extraordinary courage within themselves. True stories of America's greatest war hero. Hosted by Cliff Robertson.
|Korea||13-4195||48 min.||$ 14.95||©1994 |
|World War II Part I||13-4190||48 min.||$ 14.95||©1994 |
|World War II Part III||13-4192||48 min.||$ 14.95||©1994 |
|Submarine: Steel Boats - Iron Men||08-8000||60 min.||$ 29.95||©1989 |
Mutiny on the Western Front: 1914-1918 WWI
Here for the first time on video is the untold story of World War I filmed on location in France, Germany and "Down Under." A starting portrait of the 200,000 Australian Anzac volunteers who suffered the largest percentage of casualties, in the war and mutinied against their incompetent and callous British and French commanders.
|13-0053||90 min.||$ 29.95|| 1-55919-611-4|
Navy Seals: The Real Story
Discover the incredible truth about how SEAL Teams really operated in Vietnam! Explosive action footage shows why Navy Seals were the most feared animals in the jungle.
|13-6542||30 min.||$ 14.95||©1990 |
Rod Steiger presents a historical overview for this two part program: "Triumph of the Will", Hitler's ode to Nazism and "Night & Fog", most potent Holocaust film ever made. A portion of proceeds is contributed to Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies.
|13-4539||95 min.||$ 19.98||©1983 |
The story of the Tuskegee Airmen, a group of elite black pilots who distinguished themselves during World War II, despite the segregation and racism that existed in the U.S. military at that time.
|13-4405||52 min.||$ 59.95||©1994 |
Normandy, The Great Crusade
Dawn. Brave men wept. Mothers prayed. On the front lines and the home front a world was at war. Relive the soul-stirring stories of the men and women of every nation who lived through this most pivotal military invasion in history.
|04-4056||90 min.||$ 19.95||©1994 1-56331-112-7|
Of Pure Blood
It was one of the most vicious and horrible schemes in history, the Nazi plan to breed and distill the children into a pure, Aryan race. In this program, this macabre notion is backed with real World War II footage and shocking interviews of Hitler's victims. This painfully graphic program is a filmed testimonial to one of the most bizarre and elitist aspects of Nazism.
Operation Dragoon: The Allied Invasion of the South of France
Second only to the Normandy invasion, this controversial campaign came within an eyelash of being scrubbed. Originally planned to coincide with the D-Day invasion, instead it got "bogged-down" over military objectives. In the final analysis, it was a startling success. This story has never been told on video.
|13-4736||30 min.||$ 19.95||©1996 |
Our Fighting Navy
A rousing 90 minutes of naval aerial swash-buckling, "Our Fighting Navy." Includes John Ford's classic Oscar winner record of Pearl Harbor; Ford's immortal documentary of the Battle of Midway; the Black Cats-Catalina PBY Night Bombers-taking on Japanese Zeros and Heavy Cruisers against overwhelming odds; and "Carrier Action-Korea" aboard the Valley Forge off Korea, with aerial action, Corsairs and AD Sky-raiders sharing scrap with F9F Panther Jets against enemy Migs, and rare footage of torpedo attacks on North Korean dams. Comes with Richard C. Knott's definitive book, "Black Cat Raiders of World War II' with 200 pages of photographs and maps of PBY raids.
Prelude to War
Frank Capra directs this Academy Award-winning film, now on video, chronicling the events that led to World War II. Required viewing for all new recruits in the U.S. armed forces, this video stands as a testament to the need for vigilance in the battle against totalitarianism and as a record of the misdeeds that drove the world to war. B &
For decades the Cold War prevented us from looking closely at what really happened between the Russians and the Germans on the Eastern Front during World War II. More than a struggle between nations, it pitted maniacal tyrant against maniacal tyrant, evil ideology against evil ideology. The series is narrated with chilling precision by actor Douglas Rain. The script, is dark and powerful. The music, by composer Rick Hyslop, captures every nuance of tragedy with discordant clarity. 3 tape set.
|13-4820||141 min.||$ 49.95||©1995 1-56839-035-1|
Silent Drill Teams
The Silent Drill Teams tells the story of excellence among the ranks of the Armed Services. It is a profile of the cream of the crop, the upper echelon of America's fighting troops.
|13-4893||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
The silent enemy is hunger. This 1930 film is a reconstruction of Ojibway indian life before the white man. The film, based on 72 volumes written by Jesuit Missionaries between 1610 and 1791, leaves a visual record of a vanishing way of life. Music performed from the original score. B&W
This film tells the dramatic story of carving a land bridge from Burma to China, the effort by 200,000 laborers to keep China alive. You'll see dramatic air and ground action, jungle fighting and fierce combat in an effort to protect the laborers and complete the road. Narrated by Ronald Reagan.
Sunken Secrets of World War II: The Legacy of Truk Lagoon
On February 17, 1944, American Forces in the Pacific launched a two day bombing mission against the Japanese resulting in the destruction of over 40 ships, 200 planes and thousands of soldiers, now entombed under 300 feet of water. This is the story of the invasion and the days, months and years that followed; featuring dramatic WWII footage and incredible underwater scenes, spectacular coral and marine life plus dive with the first crew to ever find and film the long lost shipwreck the Katsuagisan Maru.
|13-4729||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1996 |
Sunset Parade: For Those Who Gave All
|13-4916||70 min.||$ 29.95||©1997 18924800402|
Tried by Fire
This is the story of the 84th Infantry Division as they slug their way across Northern Europe. Soldiers from both sides, American and German, describe the awesome fighting that engulfed massive armies. A fascinating insight into their personal lives as they make history before the end of the war finally came.
Triumph of the Will
This is a documentary record of the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg. It served as the rallying point for the Party in it's quest for world domination, and it's undoubtedly one of the most controversial films of all time.
|13-4913||156 min.||$ 39.95||©19 1578750911|
V FOR VICTORY
The original newsreel stories, for Victory presents World War II's most momentous events and prominent personalities. The conflict's legendary leaders and soldiers, crucial campaigns and battles, and the important war at home come to life in this unique chronicle of global war.
|Battle Of The Bulge And The Drive To The Rhine||13-7080||45 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-20-6|
|Pearl Harbor to Midway||13-5181||45 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-13-3|
|V for Victory||13-8076||46 min.||$ 24.95||©1992 1-56345-091-7|
|Women At War: From The Home Front To The Front Lines||13-7079||45 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-19-2|
Vietnam Veteran: Then and Now
The war Americans wanted to forget vividly comes back as combat veterans tell their stories. Through personal interviews and archival newsreels the story of the Vietnam War unfolds.
|13-4735||55 min.||$ 19.95||©1996 |
VIETNAM: THE TEN THOUSAND DAY WAR
Rare footage and interviews highlight this fascinating story of the Vietnam War as seen through the eyes of its key policy makers and combat troops.
|Vietnam Series: Soldiering On||13-0099||60 min.||$ 24.95|
|Vietnam Series: America in Vietnam||13-0091||60 min.||$ 24.95||©1980 |
|Vietnam Series: Days of Decision||13-0092||60 min.||$ 24.95|
|Vietnam Series: Frontline America||13-0098||60 min.||$ 24.95|
War Comes to America
A sensitive and loving portrait of the American people and the events that persuaded the United States to enter World War II. B&W.
|13-0106||67 min.||$ 19.95||©1984 |
WAR IN THE GULF
|Desert Shield||50-4069||52 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|Desert Storm: Desert Victory||50-4074||50 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|Desert Storm: The Air Assault||50-4073||50 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|Desert Storm: The Ground Assault||50-4068||50 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|First Strike! Desert Storm U.S. Army||50-4070||45 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|First Strike! Desert Storm USAF||50-4071||45 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
|First Strike! Desert Storm U.S.N. - U.S.M.C.||50-4072||47 min.||$ 12.99||©1991 |
War in the Pacific
A unique grouping of official World War II combat films in a definitive visual portrayal of the Pacific Campaign, Operation Cartwheel and the War in the Pacific.
A tribute to the men and women who fought and lived World War II. The history of that vast global conflict, is presented through the eyes of those who were there.
|Airmen of World War II||13-9095||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-58-3|
|Fighting Marines||13-9096||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-57-5|
|Merchant Marines||13-9097||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-60-5|
|Remembering Pearl Harbor||13-9094||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 0-945716-56-7|
WAR YEARS: BRITAIN & WORLD WAR II
This series tells the stories of the familiar men and the famous battles of World War as well as the lesser-known stories of those who stayed at home to endure the Blitz and to enlist in the Home Guard, with no weapons to fight off the feared invasion. The mood of fear and determination of Britain in it's darkest hours is underscored by some of that era's greatest music.
|Battle Of Britain||13-8049||60 min.||$ 29.95|
Focus is exclusively on the Nagasaki mission that saw the U.S. military drop a 10,000 pound untested plutonium bomb on the Japanese city. Gen. Charles Sweeney, who commanded this second bombing on Aug. 9, 1945, at the age of 25, for the first time on film provides his eyewitness account of the events surrounding the mission. Among his reminiscences is his first encounter with Col. Paul Tibbets, who piloted the Enola Gay in the Hiroshima bombing, the various security measures that accompanied the project, and a blow-by-blow description of the bombing. Sweeney's narrative is complemented by archival, television, and radio footage.
|13-4358||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1995 |
WORLD AT WAR
Narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier, this dramatic compilation of film from national and international sources is acclaimed as the definitive history of World War II and has won numerous awards. A superb collection with distinctive leather-like gold stamped spine labels. The series is presented in chronological order.
|Barbarossa: June-December 1941||13-0185||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Desert: The War in North Africa||13-0188||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Distant War 1939-1940||13-0182||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|France Falls: May/June 1940||13-0183||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Genocide||13-0200||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Home Fires||13-0195||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow||13-0194||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Nemesis||13-0201||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|New Germany 1933-39||13-0181||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Occupation||13-0198||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Pincers||13-0199||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Red Star||13-0191||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Remember||13-0206||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Stalingrad||13-0189||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Tough Old Gut||13-0193||60 min.||$ 29.95|
|Whirlwind||13-0192||60 min.||$ 29.95|
World War II Odyssey
Narrated by Major Myron Greene, D.D.S., this program begins with the original formation of army regiments from Rochester and Buffalo, New York. We are then taken to Camp Stewart, Georgia to witness basic combat training. From there, we are then transported overseas to duty in Ireland and Africa. The program then moves to service in Italy, from Naples to 100 miles north of Rome, including Cassino and Anizio. Next is the 6th hour of the invasion of France, the crossing of the Rhine River into Germany, and on to Munich. Finally you see firsthand the atrocities and human tragedy associated with the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp. Dr. Greene's story will show you a personal and intimate side of the most devastating war in history. Also available in Open Caption.
|13-4862||90 min.||$ 99.95|
WORLD WAR II: A PERSONAL JOURNEY
An insightful look back at World War II and what it meant in the life of an individual soldier, as well as world.
|1941-42: The First 1000 Days||13-8073||45 min.||$ 24.95||©1992 1-56345-088-7|
|1943 - At Home & Abroad||13-8074||48 min.||$ 24.95||©1992 1-56345-089-5|
The true story of Japan's number one fighter ace.
|13-0313||90 min.||$ 69.95||©1986 |
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