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Warfront '68

From Saigon, four leading correspondents discuss Vietnam's battles on this NET Journal—Warfront '68 program. Participating in this National Educational Television production are Robert Shaplen of The New Yorker, Pulitzer Prize winner Peter Arnett of the Associated Press, William Tuohy of the Los Angeles Times, and R.W. Apple, Jr. of the New York Times. A.H. Perlmutter, the program's executive producter, acts as a moderator.
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2017; 1968
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Persian Gulf War: Part 1

Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait resulted in more than one million troops facing off against each other in the desert of the Persian Gulf. The Allied Coalition's air war, known as Operation Desert Storm, involved the most sophisticated technological weaponry available.
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2017; 2003
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Who Invited Us?

Are we imperialists? Do we fight for ideology or for investment? These questions are placed in an economic, politcal, and military context by producer Al Levin, winner of a DuPont award for Defense and Domestic Needs: Contest for Tomorrow.
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2018; 1970
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The Cuban Missile Crisis

1962—American spy planes spot launch ramps in Cuba that are designed for nuclear missiles. President Kennedy orders that the island be blockaded in order to inspect any ships wishing to dock there. On October 26, Khrushchev tells Kennedy that he will continue his action: “If the United States want war, we shall find ourselves in hell.” The CIA informs the American president that 24 Russian missiles are now operational and pointing at precise locations in the country. Off the coast of Cuba, the U.S. Navy confronts the Russian fleet and is hunting down Russian submarines. Two of them break surface, but a third remains submerged, refusing to come up. Three exercise charges are dropped to emphasize the order to surface. Moscow orders its vessel to react. A nuclear torpedo is loaded into [...]
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2017
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Over and Out: Dismantling U.S. Military Operations in Iraq—Dan Rather Reports

First evidence that the 6 year-old war in Iraq is coming to an end for U.S. forces. Dan Rather Reports was on hand for the dismantling of one of the bases that was once a hot spot in the middle of the war. Now everything is being shipped to the U.S. or Afghanistan. Also, the remarkable women of Rwanda taking power.
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2016; 2010
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Paul Nitze: Interview (10/26/89)

Jim Lehrer interviews American diplomat Paul Nitze on his views of the Soviet Union.
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2017; 1989
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Persian Gulf War: Part 2

Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait resulted in more than one million troops facing off against each other in the desert of the Persian Gulf. The Allied Coalition's air war, known as Operation Desert Storm, involved the most sophisticated technological weaponry available.
Online
2017; 2003
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Big Noise Dispatches No. 2

From the front lines in Iraq, to the "legal lynching" in Jena, Louisiana, to the growth of a new poor people's movement in the streets of Philadelphia and Nashville, Dispatches No. 2 takes you where the mainstream media cannot go.
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2017; 2007
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100 Years, 100 Events: 1960's

Every decade has its share of important events. But in this completely engrossing series we bring you only the best, the most far-reaching, the most worldly, and the most consequential. You will see a unique clarity of history through the "most privy" in insider accounts and expert witnesses. Events include: Adolf Eichmann, The Berlin Wall, The Cuban Missile Crisis, The Assassination Of U.S. President Kennedy, The "Loudmouth": Cassius Clay, A Royal Medal For The Beatles, The Goal Of Wembley, Benno Ohnesorg, Israel: The End Of The Six-Day-War, The Execution Of A Vietcong, The End Of The "Spring Of Prague", and Neil Armstrong: Man On The Moon.
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2019; 2010