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11 Hours Of Official Secret War Department Films And Public Propaganda Releases! 31 Films Packed Into 4 Dual Layer All Regions DVDs!
ALL AMERICAN (1943, 27:27)
A cavalcade of films produced by the Army Signal Corps to promote the achievements of the Army Air Force to America's industrial labor force. Includes an overview of the USAAF rank and file; fighter pilots in the Aleutians and the South Pacific; a bombing raid on Wegesak, Germany; air transport; more.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 4 (1944, 17:49)
Includes CASSINO; JAPS AND JUNGLE: SOUTHWEST PACIFIC.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 5 (1944, 15:13)
Includes STOP THAT TANK! (Japanese tank strengths & vulnerabilities); SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED! (The B-29); IN THE SO. PACIFIC - NO FIELD CABLE? SIGNALMEN MAKE THEIR OWN; THE NETTUNIA "QUADS" - HOME-MADE GADGET STEPS UP BAZOOKA POWER; A NEW LAND MINE PROBLEM; MODERN DAY SPECIALISTS (Infantry)
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 6 (1944, 22:08)
Includes BEACHHEAD OPERATION (Anzio - with pieces on field bakery, barrage balloon unit, engineers & other support operations)
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 17 (1944, 37:21)
Includes MEDITERRANEAN: INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE; E.T.O.: NORTHERN FRANCE; C.B.I.: OPERATIONS IN BURMA (features "The Chindits"); PACIFIC: JAPS ATTACK TASK FORCE (Battle of the Marianas).
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 21 (1944, 19:14)
Includes MEDITERRANEAN: PROGRESS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE/ACTIVITIES IN ITALY; C.B.I.: BRIDGE OVER SALWEEN RIVER; PACIFIC: CLEAN-UP AT AITAPE; E.T.O.: NORTHERN FRANCE AND BELGIUM/AMERICAN 3RD ARMY.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 22 (1944, 25:29)
Includes OPERATIONS IN FRANCE: CAPTURE OF BREST/20,000 GERMANS SURRENDER; NEW FLYING BOMB LAUNCHING SITES; ALLIES MOVE ON GERMANY: AMERICAN 3RD ARMY/BRITISH 2ND ARMY/AMERICAN 1ST ARMY; E.T.O.: AIRBORNE OPERATIONS.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 23 (1944, 24:48)
Includes 5TH ARMY PIERCES GOTHIC LINE; GERMAN INSTALLATIONS (Ostend beach fortifications and electronic aircraft jamming installation); INVASION OF MOROTAI ISLAND; C.B.I. (China, Burma, India): B-29S IN OPERATION; ALLIES CAPTURE MORE FRENCH PORTS: BOULOGNE, CAPTURE OF LE HAVRE; ALLIED ARMIES DRIVE ON GERMANY.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 24 (1944, 20:11)
Includes CHANNEL COAST ACTIVITIES (RAF raids on Dieppe, Boulogne and Calais); ORDNANCE REPAIRS (in Aachen and Nancy); GERMAN FRONTIER OPERATIONS: STOLBERG, AACHEN, METZ, NANCY, EPINAL, BELFORT; ADDITIONAL FILM AIRBORNE OPERATIONS: NIJMEGEN, ARNHEM, EINDHOVEN; TOULON HARBOR INSTALLATIONS; INVASION OF PALAU ISLANDS.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 28 (1944, 18:11)
Includes ACTIVITIES IN THE EUROPEAN THEATRE OF OPERATIONS: BATTLE OF THE NETHERLANDS/GLIDER PICK-UP AT EINDHOVEN/AIR FORCE FIGHTER KILLS; MEDITERRANEAN: LIBERATION OF GREECE; C.B.I.: ACTVITIES IN BURMA; THE UNITED STATES NAVY PRESENTS: THE NAVAL BATTLE OF THE PHILIPPINES.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 32 (1945, 12:38)
Includes AACHEN FRONT; VOSGES MOUNTAIN FRONT; PACIFIC: SHARPSHOOTER COURSE FOR JUNGLE FIGHTERS; MEDITERRANEAN: ITALIAN FRONT (rain creates transport problems for advancing Allied armies); FIGHTING IN THE WARSAW SUBURBS (Russian offensive).
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 33 (1945, 17:12)
Includes SCHOOL FOR JUNGLE LIFE; ACTIVITIES IN EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS: AACHEN, LIEGE, SARREBOURG, STRASBOURG, MULHOUS; ISLAND ICEBOX (a soldier's improvised personal refrigerator at Kwajalein); ADVANCE TOWARD ORMOC ROAD; CARRIER STRIKES IN ORMOC AND MANILA BAYS.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 34 (1944, 15:09)
Includes ACTIVITIES IN THE EUROPEAN THEATRE OF OPERATIONS: 9TH ARMY FRONT/PORT OF ANTWERP/FIGHTER KILLS; MEDITERRANEAN: MALARIA CONTROL ON CORSICA; C.B.I.: B-29 CRASH IN CHINA; PACIFIC: JAP PHOSPHOROUS BOMBS; C.B.I.: CAPTURE BHAMO, BURMA ROAD LINK.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 35 (1944, 19:04)
Includes PACIFIC: JAPS RAID SAIPAN B-29 BASE; PACIFIC: G.I.'S GET WHOLE BLOOD FROM HOME; E.T.O.: "BLACK WIDOW" AND "JATO"; INDIA-BURMA: ACTIVITIES IN BURMA; CHINA: ACTIVITIES IN CHINA; ACTIVITIES IN THE EUROPEAN THEATRE OF OPERATIONS: 1ST ARMY > DUREN, 3RD ARMY > SARREGUEMINES, 7TH ARMY > STRASBOURG.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 36 (1943, 21:44)
Includes PACIFIC: OPERATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: ORMOC LANDINGS/TROOPS LAND ON MINDORO; MEDITERRANEAN: ACTIVITIES IN ITALY: BOLOGNA; E.T.O.: SEIZED GERMAN FILM ON WORK MOBILIZATION/FIRST PHASE OF GERMAN COUNTER OFFENSIVE (Battle of the Bulge)/STAVELOT/MALMEDY/ST. VITH/BASTOGNE.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 37 (1945, 21:39)
Includes (TITLE DELETED: LIBERATION OF THE PHILIPPINES); NORTH AMERICA: AIR FERRY ROUTE TO SIBERIA; INDIA-BURMA: ADVANCE IN BURMA; EASTERN FRONT: NAZI VERSION OF ACTION IN THE EAST; FACTORIES IN PARIS SUBWAY; ACTIVITIES IN THE EUROPEAN THEATRE OF OPERATIONS: DUREN/BOMB DAMAGE IN STRASBOURG/ADDITIONAL FILMS: BATTLE OF THE BULGE.
COMBAT BULLETIN NO. 42 (FEBRUARY 1945, 28:56)
Includes MEETING OF ALLIED LEADERS (Malta & Yalta Conferences); NAZI SHIPPING ATTACKED ALONG NORWEGIAN COAST; ST. NAZAIRE TRUCE FOR CIVILIAN EVACUATION; BOOTS IMPROVISED TO PREVENT TRENCH FOOT; CUB PLANES IN SNOW; BAILEY ASSAULT BRIDGE; ACTIVITIES IN BURMA; ARMY-NAVY PLANES HIT JAPANESE INSTALLATIONS (Osaka, Formosa, Manila Bay, Saigon); OPERATIONS IN THE PHILIPPINES.
FILM COMMUNIQUE, EIGHTH ISSUE (1944, 20:24)
Includes CAPE GLOUCESTER: 7TH MARINES (New Guineau); REPORT FROM BRITAIN (American and British air war against Germany); A 5TH AIR FORCE REPORT FROM NEW GUINEA; A FEW QUICK FACTS (supply line distances); A FIFTH ARMY REPORT FROM THE BEACHHEAD (Anzio).
FILM COMMUNIQUE, NINTH ISSUE (1944, 21:13)
Includes 15TH AIR FORCE REPORT (A Liberator bomber completes 110 missions); PRIVATE SNAFU: FIGHTING TOOLS (cartoon); BATTLE OF THE HILLS (Burma and the Ledo Road).
OFFICIAL WAR FILM W.F. 13 (1943, 19:54)
This film "Exclusive for the Men and Women of American Industry", intended to provide such workers a view into where their labors were being employed in the war effort, features THE CASE OF THE TREMENDOUS TRIFLE, the story of the U.S.'s strategic bombing campaign against Nazi Germany's ball bearing plants in general and the Schweinfurt manufacturing complex in particular.
OFFICIAL WAR FILM W.F.14 - FILM COMMUNIQUE (1943, 19:49)
Contains HITTING THE BEACH (LST's and their use in amphibious invasions); DOG FIGHT (P-47 Fighters in Britain); SUNDAY MORNING (A Catholic mass on a tropical isle "somewhere"); CASEY JONES GOES G.I. (Allied attacks upon Germany railroads prior to D-Day invasion); HITTING THE SILK (MacArthur organizes paratrooper operations in New Guinea).
OFFICIAL WAR FILM W.F.15 - FILM COMMUNIQUE FOURTH ISSUE (1943, 20:19) (1942, 13:28)
Contains AERIAL TECHNIQUES (Southwest Pacific based bombers attack New Guineau and Rabaul, gun camera footage of aerial combat with Japanese planes); ROLL OF HONOR (the rebuilding of Munda airfield in the Solomon Islands after being reclaimed from the Japanese); FIFTH ARMY (The Salerno front).
OFFICIAL WAR FILM W.F. 16 (1943, 19:54)
This film "Exclusive for the Men and Women of American Industry", intended to provide such workers a view into where their labors were being employed in the war effort, features P-47S COME TO TOWN (P-47s shipped to Europe); TWO MILLION DOLLAR HILL (Suppy Depots); A FEW QUICK FACTS (Air Transport, Chinese soldier wages; American naval war production); HAWAIIAN JUNGLE TRAINING; BLOODY TARAWA.
OFFICIAL WAR FILM W.F.39 BATTLE WRECKAGE (1944, 9:55)
A film "Exclusive for the Men and Women of American Industry" intended to provide such workers a view into where their labors were being employed in the war effort, with an eye to increasing production in order to make good losses in materiale.
T.F. 21 OFFICIAL TRAINING FILM - FIGHTING MEN: BAPTISM OF FIRE (1943, 35:54)
One of the most extraordinary movies in the WORLD WAR II FILMS collection, and most probably one of the most extraordinary ones you'll ever see, this film teaches the combat soldier how to deal with his first experience under fire, how to overcome his fears, how to kill without guilt and how to do better at all these things over time.
THE WAR SPEEDS UP (1944, 16:46) (1942, 13:28)
Jose Ferrer narrates this analysis of how hardware losses in battle and the logistical difficulties in replacing them should be expected to become more difficult as the pace of the war increases.
U.S. NEWS REVIEW ISSUE NO. 2 (1943, 19:54)
Includes SURVEY FINDS MUCH TRAVEL UNNECCESARY; MOBILE LAUNDRY FOR FRONT LINE TROOPS; ALCAN HIGHWAY FINISHED - NEW LINK WITH ALASKA; DAMIEN PARER, AUSTRALIAN CAMERAMAN REPORTS JUNGLE WARFARE (NEW GUINEAU).
U.S. NEWS REVIEW, ISSUE NO. 3 (1942, 18:31)
Government newsreel on the progress of the war, including "A Plywood bomber" (the Mosquito); "A Report From New Guinea"; "Home Front Slogan: 'Fix It'"; "Liberators Blast Naples"; "A Letter From Hocking"; "The United States Coast Guard Song".
U.S. NEWS REVIEW ISSUE NO. 5 (1942, 15:30)
Includes SAFETY STYLES (Veronica Lake's hairdo removed from women's war work); UNMANNED MACHINES MEAN UNARMED MEN; OUR CHILDREN: A WAR PROBLEM; 1000 PLANE RAID (on Bremen); THE ARMY AIR CORPS SONG.
UNITES STATES COAST GUARD REPORT NUMBER 5 - STORY OF A TRANSPORT (1944, 19:50)
The remarkable story of the troop transport christened by Eleanor Roosevelt as USS WAKEFIELD, formerly America's first great luxury ocean liner MANHATTAN until America's war declaration.