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G.I. Diary (1978) Color WWII TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive

G.I. Diary (1978) Color WWII TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
G.I. Diary (1978) Color WWII TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Drive
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America's World War II Combat Diary Preserved In Stunning Color Film And Narrated By Lloyd Bridges, First Broadcast In 1978 As "World War II: G.I. Diary" And "World War II: GI Diary"! All 25 Half-Hour Episodes Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 7 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #GIDiary #WorldWarIIGIDiary #LloydBridges #MilitaryHistoryOfTheUSDuringWorldWarII #MilitaryHistoryOfTheUSDuringWWII #USDuringWorldWarII #USDuringWWII #WWII #WW2 #WorldWarTwo #WorldWar2 #SecondEuropeanWar #EuropeanCivilWar #EuropeanTheatreOfWorldWarII #PacificWar #AsiaPacificWar #PacificOceanTheatreOfWWII #PacificOceanTheaterOfWWII #SouthWestPacificTheatreOfWWII #SouthWestPacificTheaterOfWWII #AsiaticPacificTheater #TwentiethCenturyHistory #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive


Epi. #1 - 19420402 Burma: The Savage Road To China

Epi. #2 - 19420609 Midway Island: Midway

Epi. #3 - 19420912 Norway: Hell In The Arctic (Convoys To Murmansk)

Epi. #4 - 19421108 Tunisia: Desert War

Epi. #5 - 19430205 Memphis Belle: The Flying Fortress

Epi. #6 - 19430712 Sicily: Sicily: The Yanks Are Coming

Epi. #7 - 19430715 Italy: NightMare At San Pietro

Epi. #8 - 19430724 London: The Double Strike (Schweinfurt & Regensburg)

Epi. #9 - 19430820 London: The Toughest Target (Ploesti)

Epi. #10 - 19440122 Anzio: Anzio To Rome

Epi. #11 - 19440606 Normandy: D-Day: One Bad Day In June

Epi. #12 - 19440615 Saipan: The Battle For Saipan

Epi. #13 - 19440719 USS Essex: Medal Of Honor

Epi. #14- 19440825 Paris: An American In Paris

Epi. #15 - 19440915 Peleliu: Peleliu: The Killing Ground

Epi. #16 - 19441012 USS Franklin: Big Ben

Epi. #17 - 19441020 Leyte: Return To The Philippines

Epi. #18 - 19441107 Tokyo: Target: Tokyo

Epi. #19 - 19441216 Belgium: The Bulge

Epi. #20 - 19441225 GI Christmas

Epi. #21 - 19450219 Iwo Jima: Iwo Jima: 8 Square Miles Of Hell

Epi. #22 - 19450403 USS Enterprise: Kamikaze: Flowers Of Death

Epi. #23 - 19450412 Leipzig: The Road To Berlin

Epi. #24 - 19450418 Okinawa: Okinawa: At The Emperor's Doorstep

Epi. #25 - 19450507 Brussels: The Last Barrier: Crossing The Rhine (Remagen Bridge)

The Military History Of The United States In World War II covers the war against the Axis Powers, starting with the 7 December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. During the first two years of World War II, the United States had maintained formal neutrality as made official in the Quarantine Speech delivered by US President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1937, while supplying Britain, the Soviet Union, and China with war material through the Lend-Lease Act which was signed into law on 11 March 1941, as well as deploying the US military to replace the British forces stationed in Iceland. Following the "Greer incident" Roosevelt publicly confirmed the "shoot on sight" order on 11 September 1941, effectively declaring naval war on Germany and Italy in the Battle of the Atlantic. In the Pacific Theater, there was unofficial early US combat activity such as the Flying Tigers. During the war some 16,112,566 Americans served in the United States Armed Forces, with 405,399 killed and 671,278 wounded. There were also 130,201 American prisoners of war, of whom 116,129 returned home after the war. Key civilian advisors to President Roosevelt included Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson, who mobilized the nation's industries and induction centers to supply the Army, commanded by General George Marshall and the Army Air Forces under General Hap Arnold. The Navy, led by Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox and Admiral Ernest King, proved more autonomous. Overall priorities were set by Roosevelt and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, chaired by William Leahy. The highest priority was the defeat of Germany in Europe, but first the war against Japan in the Pacific was more urgent after the sinking of the main battleship fleet at Pearl Harbor. Admiral King put Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, based in Hawaii, in charge of the Pacific War against Japan. The Imperial Japanese Navy had the advantage, taking the Philippines as well as British and Dutch possessions, and threatening Australia but in June 1942, its main carriers were sunk during the Battle of Midway, and the Americans seized the initiative. The Pacific War became one of island hopping, so as to move air bases closer and closer to Japan. The Army, based in Australia under General Douglas MacArthur, steadily advanced across New Guinea to the Philippines, with plans to invade the Japanese home islands in late 1945. With its merchant fleet sunk by American submarines, Japan ran short of aviation gasoline and fuel oil, as the US Navy in June 1944 captured islands within bombing range of the Japanese home islands. Strategic bombing directed by General Curtis Lemay destroyed all the major Japanese cities, as the US captured Okinawa after heavy losses in spring 1945. With the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Soviet invasion of Manchuria, and an invasion of the home islands imminent, Japan surrendered. The war in Europe involved aid to Britain, her allies, and the Soviet Union, with the US supplying munitions until it could ready an invasion force. US forces were first tested to a limited degree in the North African Campaign and then employed more significantly with British Forces in Italy in 1943-45, where US forces, representing about a third of the Allied forces deployed, bogged down after Italy surrendered and the Germans took over. Finally the main invasion of France took place in June 1944, under General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Meanwhile, the US Army Air Forces and the British Royal Air Force engaged in the area bombardment of German cities and systematically targeted German transportation links and synthetic oil plants, as it knocked out what was left of the Luftwaffe post Battle of Britain in 1944. Being invaded from all sides, it became clear that Germany would lose the war. Berlin fell to the Soviets in May 1945, and with Adolf Hitler dead, the Germans surrendered. The military effort was strongly supported by civilians on the home front, who provided the military personnel, the munitions, the money, and the morale to fight the war to victory. World War II cost the United States an estimated 341B USD in 1945 dollars - equivalent to 74% of America's GDP and expenditures during the war. In 2020 dollars, the war cost over 4.9T USD.