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The Electronic Battlefield

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Online
2008
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The Heavenly Missiles

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Objectives of the program include: Comprehend how the missile has changed warfare for both soldier and civilian, learn about the legendary V-1 and V-2 rockets that nearly changed the course of World War II, find out what development made ballistic missiles today's dominant weapon, be exposed to the different types of missiles and their unique capabilities, and apprecieate how complacent we have become about the threat of nuclear annihilation.
Online
1990
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Anzio [electronic resource]

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2011; 1997
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Arnhem [electronic resource]

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2011; 1997
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2011; 1997
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Burma [electronic resource]

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2011; 1997
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Pictorial Report No. 14

This episode of The Big Picture television series produced by the U.S. Army follows the U.S. Army in action, taking viewers on a fast-paced, half-hour swing around the clock and around the world. Experience the American journey through our country's visual heritage in this video from the National Archives and Records Administration.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Modernization

This episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture series spotlights the modernization of the U.S. Army in terms of firepower, mobility, and communications. Featuring footage provided by the National Archives and Records Administration, this video shows modernization not only in the up-to-date equipment now on hand, but also in the highly promising items under research and development for the future. The video provides an inside glimpse at the Army as it continues its efforts to meet the constant challenge of Communist power and keep time on its side.
Online
2008
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Testing for Tomorrow

The modern army is always a step ahead of itself in its planning. This episode of The Big Picture television series produced by the U.S. Army offers a behind-the-scenes view of the various Army testing procedures - from lenses for gun sights to the vast transportation vehicles and vessels employed in the movement of troops and equipment. This video from the National Archives and Records Administration keeps an eye on tomorrow's military needs and what it takes to ensure that American soldiers are the best equipped, combat-ready soldiers in the world.
Online
2008
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Hiroshima: Part 2 [electronic resource]

This docudrama, featuring eyewitness testimony and historical reenactment, tells of the waves of destruction caused by the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, the experiences of survivors, and the rescue and medical efforts. It tells of Truman's efforts to persuade the Japanese to surrender, and the process by which the Japanese reached that decision.
Online
2005
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Hiroshima: Part 1 [electronic resource]

Part 1 of this BBC docudrama presents the story of the dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima, featuring historical reenactments and tracking the bomb's progress from its testing in New Mexico, to Tinian Island, to its flight, to the moment the chain reaction occurred. Featuring eyewitness testimony, it tells the story of the crew that dropped the bomb; of bombing survivors who recall events on the ground prior to the explosion, and of decision-makers in American and Japan.
Online
2005
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How to Build a Nuclear Submarine [electronic resource]

Taking 14 years to design and build and costing around
Online
2010
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NBC White Paper [electronic resource]: Cuba - the Missile Crisis

This NBC White Paper looks at the following stages of the Cuban missile crisis: tension after the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion, with clips of President Kennedy, Fidel Castro, and Nikita Khrushchev; U-2 photos of Russian offensive missile sites in Cuba; Kennedy's decision to order a naval blockade of Cuba to keep out Soviet missile supply ships; clips of Kennedy's October 22, 1962, speech to the nation; Castro's denunciation; the Stevenson-Zorin U.N. debate; and Khrushchev's pledge to withdraw the missiles. Interviews with Kennedy advisers McGeorge Bundy and Theodore Sorensen are included.
Online
1964
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Man and Machine [electronic resource]

This program focuses on the experiences of the soldiers who manned the tanks and other armored vehicles of World War II.
Online
2003
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Tora, Tora, Tora [electronic resource]: The Real Story of Pearl Harbor

This A&E Special examines the planning and execution of Imperial Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, the incident that propelled the United States into World War II.
Online
2000
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Unsung Heroes of Pearl Harbor [electronic resource]

Filmed as a long-overdue tribute to the defenders of Pearl Harbor, this A&E Special illustrates that the infamous Imperial Japanese sneak attack was so overwhelming in its surprise and force that practically every American soldier, sailor, and Marine who rallied himself to resist it inevitably became part of a doomed and heroic last stand. The program describes how badly these unsung heroes were let down by luck, circumstance, and bureaucracy - and in so doing shines an even brighter light on their valor.
Online
2009