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World at War: World War I


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Airborne to Battle Documentary DVD
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The Airborne to Battle Big Picture documentary is a story about the history and development of the airborne Army. The documentary examines shows how the existence of a well-trained airborne Army, capable of moving anywhere on the globe on short notice, is an important factor in deterring aggression. "Airborne To Battle" begins with scenes of the first controlled flights which took men into the sky. Viewers will see the first of the daredevil barnstormers who jumped from fragile wings to thrill Sunday crowds after World War I. You will also see Signal Corps cameramen catch the first combat jump by men of the U.S. Army -- an aerial assault on Sicily in July 1943 and many other elements of this unique military asset. This is a remarkably fine film presentation on the subject of flying infantrymen -- human bolts of thunder striking from the sky and ever-ready to defend our country at a moments notice.

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Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War 12 Volume Set on DVD
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Harper's Pictorial History of the World War is a wonderfully illustrated look at World War I in twelve volumes covering all aspects of this great conflict.

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Naval Aviation: A Personal History - A Weapon Is Tested
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Produced by the United States Navy in 1960, this video explores the d evelopment of Naval aviation during World War I. Pioneers in Naval aviation offer first hand accounts of their wartime experiences, emphasizing the problems and accomplishments marking the growth and successes of combat testing of Naval aviation duirng World War I.

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Nelson's History of the War 24 Volumes World War I Book Collection on CD
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Nelson's History of the War is a comprehensive 24 volume set discussing World War I in great detail. Each volume covers a particular aspect of WWI and includes many maps to help understand the ebb and flow of troops in that region during this war. Due to its organization by region/subject and its comprehensive coverage, it is an excellent research series for war buffs.

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Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Navy Who Lost Their Lives During the World War on CD
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Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Navy Who Lost Their Lives During the World War is a massive volume detailing all the brave Navy fighters of World War I who gave their lives fighting for freedom. Each warrior is covered - with enlistment date, date of death, cause of death and other interesting details making this 800+ page book a must have in your WWI history collection. Its details make it great for researchers and genealogists.



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Roster of Maine in the Military Service of the U.S. and Allies in the World War 1917-1919 on CD
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The Roster of Maine in the Military Service of the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919 is a comprehensive listing of the men and women who served in the Great War (World War I) along with vital details about their service time and activities. This two volume set is a great resource for genealogists and WWI historians.



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Roster of Maine in the Military Service of the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919 on CD
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Roster of Maine in the Military Service of the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919 is a comprehensive two volume series of service records from WWI for those who served from Maine. This series contains more than 2500 pages and is a tremendous research resource for war historians and genealogists.



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Service Records of Connecticut Men and Women in the Armed Forces During World War I on CD
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Service records : Connecticut men and women in the armed forces of the United States during World War, 1917-1920 is a comprehensive three volume series of service records from WWI for those who served from Connecticut. This series contains more than 3000 pages and is a tremendous research resource for war historians and genealogists.



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Strategic Army Corps (STRAC) Fourth Documentary DVD
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This Big Picture documentary explores the famous Fourth Infantry Division and its proud military history through two World Wars and its evolution into a major element of the Strategic Army Corps. This historical documentary follows the Famous Fourth through its World War One exploits and continues by showing its important role in World War Two as it fought its way across the continent of Europe. With the establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization after World War Two, the Fourth Division assumed a major share in the responsibility of maintaining the peace and security of the free world. The film ends with a visual analysis of STRAC Fourth's present strength and vital purpose: to be ready to preserve the peace anywhere at any time.

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The 3rd Infantry Division DVD
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This film explores the 3rd Infantry Division. It explores the missions and the training that makes this mechanized infantry division a top fighting force, earning the nickname the "Rock of The Marne." The film looks at their missions in both World Wars, the Korean war and its mission in Western Europe after their service in the Korean war.



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The Famous Fourth Infantry Division Documentary DVD
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The Famous Fourth Infantry Division Big Picture documentary known for its slogan "Have Division - Will Travel," which is no idle boast under the leadership of Major General William Train. The Fourth Division's proud military history is traced through World War I and II and then brought into sharp focus on its present role as a member of STRAC - The Strategic Army Corps. Follow the Fourth Division, from its home base at Fort Lewis, Washington, as it tests its tactical capacity to be airlifted 6,000 miles from Fort Lewis to West Germany to join other NATO forces in a combined military maneuver known as operation "Longthrust."

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The Illustrated War News Book Collection on CD
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The Illustrated War News was a weekly magazine during World War I. Upon the outbreak of the first World War the magazine Illustrated London News began to publish illustrated reports related entirely to the war and entitled it The Illustrated War News.Each issue of the magazine contains pages of articles, photographs, diagrams and maps of important happenings during WWI. It is a treasure trove of news relating to this war as well as a fascinating picture archive capturing key images, technologies and moments of the war.

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The New York Times Current History: The European War (WWI) - all 20 Volumes
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The New York Times Current History: The European War is a collection put together by the New York Times as a comprehensive look at World War I. Each of its 20 volumes - over 12,000 pages in total - follow critical events of this great war in words, photos, diagrams and maps.



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The Times Documentary History of the First World War - 11 Volumes on CD
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The Times Documentary History of the War was published in 1917 as an 11 volume series designed to document the story of the World War I. The 11 volumes encompass more than 5000 pages of descriptive detail on many aspects of the war that are generally not covered in other books or series.

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The Times History of The War (WWI) - all 22 Volumes
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The Times History of the War is one of the most important guides to World War 1. It was published by the respectable Times Company in London in weekly parts from August 25, 1914 until July 27, 1920 and then combined into its 22 volumes. It comprises more than 11,000 pages and thousands of images, illustrations and maps related to WWI. It makes for a great reference for those fascinated by the details of the Great War.



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The U.S. 42nd Rainbow Division Documentary DVD
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Explore the history of the famous 42nd Rainbow Division of World Wars I & II as told on The Big Picture. Utilizing rare archive footage, the documentary delves into the mission and glory of the 42nd during its WWI (The Great War) activities and then on to its contributions during WWII in Europe. It is a fascinating multi-generational look at one of the United States great military fighting divisions.



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World War I Army Medical Series on Two DVDs
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The Medical Department of the United States Army in the World War published a 15 volume guide to everything medical personnel needed to know about Army medicine in World War I. This set of two DVDs contains all the volumes that make up this set.

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World War I Caricature Book Collection on CD
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Caricatures are typically used to express satire, political commentary and commentary on events that are important to the nation during a specific time period. This collection of four books examines caricature as it relates the World War I. The collection of books are richly illustrated and expanded upon with expositions on the caricature of the day. It makes for a fascinating addition to any WWI buff.

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World War I Film Library DVD
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This DVD is presented in the style of the old movie theater showings. It begins with the World War I animated cartoon "So They Tell Me" made in 1916 and then rolls into the main feature - "America Goes Over" a blockbuster presentation of World War I made in 1918.

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WWI Stars & Stripes Newspaper All 71 Issues on One CD
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The Stars and Stripes was published in France by the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) of the United States Army from February 8, 1918, to June 13, 1919. General John J. Pershing wanted a newspaper written by servicemen for the soldiers on the battlefront. On the front page of the first issue, Pershing endorsed the newspaper and characterized its purpose and content: "In this initial number of The Stars and Stripes, published by the men of the Overseas Command, the Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces extends his greetings through the editing staff to the readers from the first line trenches to the base ports. These readers are mainly the men who have been honored by being the first contingent of Americans to fight on European soil for the honor of their country. . . . The paper, written by the men in the service, should speak the thoughts of the new American Army and the American people from whom the Army has been drawn. It is your paper. Good luck to it."

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