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Pictorial Report Number 31

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "Covers the establishment and growth of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces. Aided by the American Army, Japan turns to its youth and establishes an Officer Candidate School on the Island of Kyushu, to provide the best possible training for each young lieutenant. Begun in 1953, this newly formed military arm in Japan is dramatically filmed and presented as the first story on this pictorial report in this episode. On the other side of the world, in Germany, an activity of a lighter kind is photographed by Signal Corps cameramen. This second story deals with Army sponsored amateur little theatres, supported by funds from the Army Service Clubs and assisted by professional service personnel."--National Archives and [...]
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1957
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The Hobart Shakespeareans

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The Latino-and Asian-American children crowding Los Angeles' sprawling Hobart Boulevard Elementary face daunting odds: low-income households, an under-funded, overcrowded school, and a neighborhood known for crime, not opportunity. Despite this, teacher Rafe Esquith expects the best from his students. Living his motto "Be nice, work hard, there are no shortcuts," Esquith leads his fifth-graders through a rigorous core curriculum of English, mathematics, geography, and literature, culminating in an end-of-the year performance of a full-length, unabridged Shakespearean play, and proving that with enough WIll power, anyone can succeed.
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2006; 2005
Clemons (Stacks)