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Paragraph 175

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Historian Klaus Müller interviews survivors of the Nazi persecution of homosexuals because of the German Penal Code of 1871, Paragraph 175.
DVD
2002; 2000
Clemons (Stacks)
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Understanding Terrorism: 3 the Brotherhood of Arms, the Global Fight Against Terrorism

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Part three of a five part series presenting the evolution of world terrorism in the past 30 years and the Special Forces of the world's elite counter-terrorism organizations. This third segment presents an inside look at elite counter terrorist units: Germany's GSG-9 and their heroic 1977 assault on the hijacked Lufthansa aircraft; Spain's national counter-terrorist unit, the GEO; Great Britain's Special Air Service and their role during the Iranian embassy siege of 1980; and the story of Kurt Muse, an American businessman imprisoned by Gen Noriega and rescued by the U.S. Army's elite rescue unit. Includes extensive interviews with hostages.
VHS
2001
Ivy (By Request)
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Operation Friendly Hand

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "The subject of today's episode is an unusual one. You could say it's the story of two families and of their effects on one another, or it might be called the story of a soldier and a girl, which is certainly not unusual. What gives today's Big Picture its distinction as the portrayal of our army as it fulfills its functions in the Cold War, helping to maintain the fragile peace through might, and strengthening the bonds of friendship among the free nations of the world through kindness."--Transcript.
Online
1955
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Germany Today

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "This is the story of a people desolate in defeat, who found the way back with the help of the military force that defeated them. This is the story of the role played by the United States Army in the rebirth of West Germany. "Germany Today" is an documentary of a vast reconstruction job. A cycle has come full turn. The Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces which helped defeat Germany is hailed now by free Germans as friend and protector. No other force in military history has done so much to put a conquered nation back on its feet as the United States Army. Because the U.S. Army has been a bulwark, West Germany remains democratic -- a front line for this nation's security. As the film concludes, the narrator says, ' [...]
Online
1959