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D-Day, June 1944: The Air Force Story

This film documenting the Normandy Invasion includes footage of Gen. Eisenhower addressing troops in southern England; airborne troops being dropped behind enemy lines; bombers blasting bridges and supply lines; sea forces bombarding enemy fortifications on French coast; British and Second Army troops landing at Omaha and Utah Beaches; and the German west wall being broken. Note: this historical recording may contain variations in audio and visual quality based on the variations of the original source material.
Online
2013; 1953
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La Pluie et le Beau Temps: Rencontres

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La pluie et le beau temps: will the Norman flax farmers be saved by the Chinese? The rain or the good weather decided for a long time on harvests. Except that the world changes and that a new meteorology imposes itself, made by speculation, by management of stocks and by international exchanges.; Rencontres: during the filming of Rain or shine, Ariane Doublet met a young Chinese Havre girl, Sissi. Ariane decided to film Sissi, to meet her friends and neighbors in Le Havre and the countryside of Pays de Caux.
DVD
2012; 2011
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Les Bêtes: La Petite Parade

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Les bêtes: going along with a veterinary practice in Normandy. In the morning, they treat cats and dogs and it is surprising to see the overflow of affection around pets. In the afternoon, visits to farms where lurks the specter of mad cow disease. A reflection on our relationship with "dumb" when the BSE crisis changes the way you see things.; La petite parade: In Normandy, a cauchoise parade is organized around farm animals. Before you kill them, they party during and after the life goes on. The village inahbitants play along.
DVD
2012
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Les Terriens: La Maison Neuve

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Les terriens: The Terrans are neighbors. In the summer of 1999, we expect the solar eclipse and the influx of curious come to see in the village. The story takes place over 28 days in a lunar month in this small village community with its different generations. An opportunity to share some of that special friendship that farmers have with the earth, the moon and time.; La maison neuve: The Terrans since time has passed. Philippe lost his wife, Annie, and he is about the leave the farm. In the grass which plunges gently sloping to the kindling of cavée he chose the site of his new home. There, they milked the cows for almost forty years. With the camera as an accomplice we draw together the passage of the life of Philippe.; The Terrans, two years later.
DVD
2012
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Normandy: No Prisoners

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Caught in the middle of the advancing Allies and the fanatical Gestapo during World War II, Klaus -a battle-hardened soldier- and Klaudia must fight their way out and away, only to make one last stand together surrounded in the middle of D-Day -the biggest invasion in world history.
DVD
2012
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Bedford: The Town They Left Behind

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War. The home front. The costs of service to one's country and the ongoing human phenomenon of armed conflict. Explore these universal issues through the eyes of one small Virginia town and the 'boys' of its National Guard unit who 'laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom' as the first to land on D-Day in 1944. Sixty years later, echoes of the past travel with the young, fresh-faced members of that same unit, from the same families and from the same town.
DVD
2010; 2008
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Retour En Normandie =: Back to Normandy

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Thirty years after working on a film based on a 19th century murder, a filmmaker returns to the scene of the film, and murder, to see what has become of the actors, who were actually residents of the region.
DVD
2009
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Retour En Normandie

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Thirty years after working on a film about a 19th-century triple murder in Normandy, a filmmaker returns to the scene of the film, and murder, to see what has become of the actors, who were actually residents of the region. The film, released in 1976, is entitled Moi, Pierre Rivière, ayant égorgé ma mère, ma soeur et mon frère.
DVD
2008
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Overlord

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The story of one 20-year-old's journey from basic training to the battle front lines at D-day brings all the terrors of war to its viewers with jolting authenticity. Interweaved with archival war footage.
DVD
2007; 1975
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Pride of Our Nation [electronic resource]: June 1944-August 1944

By June 1944, there are signs on both sides of the world that the tide is turning. Through historic footage and interviews, Ken Burns' Pride of Our Nation brings us to June 6: D-Day. A million and a half Allied troops embark on one of the greatest military operations in history - the invasion of France. It is the bloodiest day for America since the Civil War. In the Pacific, Marines encounter Japanese civilians who, like their soldiers, seem resolved to die for their emperor rather than surrender. And back at home, Americans remain glued to the radio, watching newsreels, and scanning casualty lists. Finally, in late July, Allied forces break out of the hedgerows of Normandy, and after four years of Nazi occupation, Paris is liberated. The end of the war in Europe now seems only a few [...]
Online
2007
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Allied Troops Prepare for D-Day ca. 1944

On June 6, 1944, the Allied army commanded by U.S. General Dwight Eisenhower launched "Operation Overlord" a covert plan to breach the Nazi stronghold on mainland Europe. In preparation, British prime minister Winston Churchill inspected Allied ships; resistance groups in France, Norway, Belgium, and the Netherlands were alerted; and General Eisenhower recorded a message to be broadcast to the people of France, promising Allied victory.
Online
2007; 1944
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Night of the Fox

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U.S. officer Colonel Hugh Kelso has inside knowledge about the imminent and highly secretive D-Day invasion. When he washes ashore behind enemy lines, special agents Harry Martineau and Sara Drayton of the Allied Forces must stage a covert rescue to save his live - or end it - before the Germans acquire the valuable information he possesses. Joined by an Italian naval officer and a Jewish actor-turned-German paratrooper, the agents embark on a rescue mission with a shocking twist.
DVD
2007; 1989
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The Lost Evidence: Breakout From Normandy

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Online
2006
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D-Day [electronic resource]: Down to Earth : Return of the 507th

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Recounts the history of the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment through its remarkable battles in World War II and the inspiring culmination of its story 60 years later. Men from the 507th dropped into Normandy on D-Day and fought with distinction in several crucial engangements including battles at Le Fiere, Chef Du Pont, and Graignes. In the ensuing year, the 507th fought through bitter cold in the Battle of the Bulge and participated in the largest airborne assault of the war - Operation Varsity.
Online
2005; 2003
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A Foreign Field

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Secrets are revealed and passions rekindled when British and American war vets return to Normandy on the 50th anniversary of D Day.
DVD
2005; 1993
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D-Day to Berlin

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Follow one of the greatest military campaigns ever, as this documentary tracks the invasion of the Allied troops at Normandy all the way to the final assault on Berlin.
DVD
2005; 2004
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Ike: Countdown to D-Day

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In March of 1944 recently appointed Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, General Eisenhower, meets with Prime Minister Winston Churchill. They must come up with a brilliant strategy to put an end to World War II.
DVD
2004
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D-Day: The Secret Massacre

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Recounts the massacre of U.S. paratroopers and French civilians on D-Day. When members of the 507th PIR were dropped 20 miles from their objective, the village of Graignes voted to help them. There were six days of fighting followed by severe Nazi retaliation. The heroic collaboration of paratroopers and French civilians delayed the SS and aided one of D-Day's most crucial victories. 40 years later, 507th veterans return to France to honor 11 citizens with the Distinguished Civilian Service Award.
Online
2004
19.

Virginians at War Volume I: World War II

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"Volume 1 of Virginians At War contains six programs created from individual interviews of Virginians, archival films, period photography, music, graphics, and animated maps."
BookVHS
2004
20.

Hell's Battlefield

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Looks at some of the most important and deadly engagements of World War II.
Online
2004; 2002