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The Battle Of The Ironclad Warships USS Monitor And CSS Virginia (Formerly USS Merrimac[k]) That Was The American Civil War Naval Battle Of Hampton Roads - Three Full Hours Of Civil War And Naval History, 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! #USSMonitor #CSSVirginia #USSMerrimac #USSMerrimack #BattleOfHamptonRoads #BattleOfTheIronclads #BattleOfTheMonitorAndMerrimack #BattleOfTheMonitorAndMerrimac #BattleOfTheMonitorAndVirginia #AmericanCivilWar #NavalWarfare #NavalHistory #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
* 3/7/2020: Updated And Expanded: Updated With ARCHAEOLOGY: SEARCH FOR THE MERRIMAC And HEARTS IN BONDAGE, And Upgraded From A Single DVD To A 2 Disc Archival Quality Dual Layer Format DVD Set!
IRONCLADS: THE MONITOR AND THE MERRIMAC (Color, 1988, 23 Min.)
Distinguished journalist Edwin Newman narrates this well-documented exposition of the ironclads Monitor and Merrimac, with reference to experts Philip Lundeberg of the Smithsonian, William C. Davis of the National Historical Society, Michael Curtin of the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and more.
THE MISSION TO THE MONITOR (Color, 1991, 49 Min.)
The ambitious and successful project to become the first scuba divers to investigate the wreck of the USS Monitor, and along the way, they also manage to dive to the wreck of the Monitor's sister ship, the Tecumseh, and what they find is both interesting and disturbing...
YOU ARE THERE: MARCH 9, 1862 (Audio, 1948, 29 Minutes)
Hypothetical news coverage of The Battle Of Hampton Roads between the Monitor and Merrimac in an episode of the brilliant CBS News radio historical drama series by much the same staff that CBS employed during World War II, including newscaster Don Hollenbeck: war correspondent, commentator and associate of Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly.
ARCHAEOLOGY: SEARCH FROM THE MERRIMAC (Color, 1993, 29 Minutes)
Distinguished actor and voice artist John Rhys-Davies hosts this chronicle of the search for the remains of the Merrimac (CSS Virginia) by Craney Island off the coast of South Hampton Roads.
ARCHAEOLOGY: SEARCH FROM THE MERRIMAC (Black/White, 1936, 53 Minutes)
Film director Lew Ayres' Hollywood dramatization of the battle, with the drama driven by two best friends who find themselves serving in the opposing warring vessels of the Battle Of Hampton Roads.