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15 Films Spanning 5 Decades Of The Global Political Struggle Between Capitalism And Communism! 4 Cold War Era Hours Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #ColdWar #PropagandaFilms #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
*3/27/19: Updated With "Sweet Disaster: Death Of A Speechwriter"!
A WELCOME GUEST IN THE HOUSE (Black/White, 1957, 23:29)
The National Association of Broadcasters sponsored this salute to the power of television and its service to the people in waging and reporting the cold war.
COLD WAR: THE CHALLENGE OF IDEAS (Black/White, 1961, 29:34)
John Wayne, Edward R. Murrow, Lowell Thomas, Frank McGee, Helen Hayes & more explain the battle of ideas between the U.S. and U.S.S.R. in this U.S. Army Pictorical Center production. A one-of-a-kind film of the sort not to be seen recreated in our day.
COMMUNISM (Black/White, 1952, 10:18)
Another one of the raving agit-prop pieces Coronet Instructional Films was famous for, this one crystalizing in time the emotions and attitudes of cold-warring America at one its coldest moments.
DESPOTISM (Black/White, 1946, 11:00)
Extraordinary film that seeks to explain how societies can be placed upon a graduated scale between democracy and despotism.
DON'T BE A SUCKER (Black/White, 1947, 17:21)
An extraordinary film produced by the U.S. War Department on the eve of the Cold War urging Americans not to give into the kind of fanaticism and hate-mongering at home that the country fought to defeat abroad during the Second World War.
ON GUARD! THE STORY OF "SAGE" (Color, 1956, 12:15)
Color film by IBM's Military Products Division documenting SAGE (Semi-Automatic Ground Environment), an early version of the distant early warning system utilizing primitive computers whose appearance to modern eyes make viewing this film a real treat.
PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF INTERNATIONAL DEFENSE AND DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS (Black/White, 1968, 25:18)
Ever wonder just what America meant when it said it was sending "advisors" to foreign lands? In many cases, it means just what this film undertakes to show - how psychological operations can used to help a government win the hearts and minds of its people. You can guess where the U. S. Army Materiel Command places "Hostland"!
RED CHINESE BATTLE PLAN (Black/White, 1964, 25:15)
The U.S. Navy sponsored & produced this remarkable survey of the military and political history of the Chinese Communist revolution from 1921 to 1964. The "yellow peril" is here given bombastic propaganda treatment at a time when the U.S. was most immediately concerned with the prosecution of the war raging in China's neighboring country, Vietnam. The film goes some length in establishing a strong link between the two countries, which was accurate at the time though, as history has seen, only to a degree, and a rapidly eroding one at that.
SECURE THE BLESSINGS (Black/White, 1951, 23:44)
A time capsule containing what the National Education Association sought to teach the children of America about their responsibilities as good and free citizens of a democratic republic.
SUBVERSION AND ESPIONAGE DIRECTED AGAINST THE MILITARY / OPERATIONAL SECURITY (Color, 198X, 9:53)
A classic dual production of the Intelligence and Security Division of Walter Reed Army Medical Center intended to brief their employees on how to identify, respond to and report attempts by foreign governments to compromise the national security of the United States by penetrating the security of their medical center and how to safeguard such breaches in security from occurring.
SURVIVAL: HUNGARY 1956 (Black/White, 1964, 19 Minutes)
James Whitmore narrates this investigation of the causes and consequences of the 1956 overthrow of Soviet domination of Hungary and how the Soviets immediately re-established control over the country in a bloody crackdown that defeated, for over 30 years, the independance movement in Hungary.
THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF CITIZENSHIP (Black/White, 1955, 10:29)
A National Education Program production illustrating how the communist way of life runs contrary to American values and the institutions that embody them.
THE WAR WE ARE IN, PART TWO: COMMUNISM VS. CAPITALISM (Black/White, 1962, 23:23)
Here NEP teams up with Harding College again, this time enlisting the College's President, Dr. George Benson, to scare the bageezus out of tv viewers about the international communist menace (Part One unavailable).
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BIOLOGICAL WARFARE (Black/White, 1952, 7:17)
What the U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration wanted the people of the United States to know about what biological and toxilogical attacks could occur, how they might be delivered & and what individuals should do in case of such attacks.
DEATH OF A SPEECHWRITER (Color, 1986, 5 Minues)
An episode of Channel 4's Sweet Diaster film shorts in which the dangers within the chasm between geopolitical rhetoric of a nation and the moral health that nation is exposed.
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