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THE WORLD; A TELEVISION HISTORY: EPI. XXII THE MAKING OF THE U.S. (Color, 1983, 24 Minutes.)
An episode from the acclaimed 1983 television series that chronicles world history based on the Times Atlas Of World History, intended for use by teachers int eh classroom.
THE WESTERN TRADITION: EPI. 37: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION | EPI. 38: THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC (Color, 1989, 28 Minutes Each.)
Two episodes from the definitive 26 hour, 52 episode television history of western civilization that comprised U.C.L.A. Professor Eugen Weber's college telecourse.
DESTINATION FREEDOM: THE KNOCK-KNEED MAN (Audio Only, 1944, 30 Minutes))
Eminent announcer Hugh Downs hosts the premiere episode of Richard Durham's 1948-1950 radio series on the history of the African-American experience, featuring a dramatization of the Battle of Lexington and Concorde, and the story of the first man to die in the American Revolution, African American Crispus Attucks.
THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN (Color, 1971, 43 Minutes.)
The Battle of Yorktown, which resulted in the victory of the fledgling United States over the British, is here recounted at length while revealing the personal character and courage of General Washington that lead to this decisive battle against the British. Recommended by the NEA.
THE BATTLE OF YORKTOWN (Color, 1981, 28 Minutes.)
A half hour documentary produced to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the battle, featuring the distinguished television documentary narrator Richard Kiley.
WHILE SOLDIERS FOUGHT: WAR AND AMERICAN SOCIETY - PRIVATE YANKEE DOODLE (Color, 1986, 28 Minutes.)
As the subtitle of this informative educational TV series installments says, this is "a dialogue on early American military life", which it achieves by investigating an authentic recreation of an active American military encampment staffed by reenactors to observe and analyze its contruction, defences, staffing and operations.
FORT MERCER: BATTLE AT RED BANK (Color, Approx. 1971, 5 Minutes. )
A segment from a larger documentary production by Martin Gable concentrating on the successful attempt by the Americans to prevent British supplies from reaching Philadelphia.
THE BATTLE OF MONMOUTH (Color, Approx. 1971, 6 Minutes. )
A segment from a larger documentary production by Martin Gable concentrating on the nearly disastrous but ultimately successful attempt by the Americans to prevent British forces lead by General Clinton from reaching New York City.