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Hi-Tech Hate

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Extremists are increasingly using the free flow of information allowed by the internet to spread messages of hate around the globe. This program begins in a computer class in a Toronto high school where students find racist propaganda on a neo-Nazi web site. The purveyors of this information, and those who oppose them on-line, are interviewed.
VHS
1996; 1995
Ivy (By Request)
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Defense Against Enemy Propaganda

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"Examines enemy propaganda and its danger to American way of life -- This is an absorbing film presentation set in an exhibit room containing examples of media used by the enemy to disseminate propaganda. Actual samples are used including pamphlets, posters, broadcasts, photographs, and other material to show what enemy propaganda really is. To dramatically present this subject, this episode includes stock footage and original shots to show the use of enemy propaganda during war and in peacetime situations. This film uses a narrator from the Office of Special Warfare, since that office, charged with the function of psychological warfare, contains those who are best able to recognize propaganda, describe its purpose, and discuss the methods of dissemination which may be utilized. Prod [...]
Online
1956
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The Aggressor

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From the U.S. Army's The Big Picture television series, 1950-1975.; "'Aggressor, ' the friendly enemy, is the Army training organization whose mission is to assist in field exercises and maneuvers. Selected U.S. Army troop units acting as aggressor forces, with unique uniforms and their own language, challenge the military skills of the American fighting man -- and provide a full-scale test of U.S. battle concepts. In this film audiences will see a vivid portrayal of a little known activity of the United States Army."--National Archives and Records Administration.
Online
1962
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Children of Perestroika [electronic resource]

Children too have to deal with the consequences of the political upheaval in the former Soviet Union. This sad and charming documentary, which features children from the Siberian city of Kemerovo, shows how perestroika and glasnost have affected the children: the Pioneers, which used to have so much influence on their lives, has been disbanded; much of what they were taught has turned out to be untrue; scarcity and inflation have affected everyone. Even some of the children are nostalgic for the past.
Online
1992
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The WPA Film Library Part II [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film Operation Piranha, ca. 1965

Vietnam War. US government pro-war film documenting Marines in action during Operation Piranha.
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part I [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film, 1965

Vietnam War. US government Pro-War propaganda film showing Marines in Vietnam
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part III [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film, 1965

Vietnam War. US government Pro-War propaganda film showing Marines in Vietnam
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part IV [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film, 1965

Vietnam War. US government Pro-War propaganda film showing Marines in Vietnam
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part V [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film, 1965

Vietnam War. US government Pro-War propaganda film showing Marines in Vietnam
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part I [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film Operation Piranha, ca. 1965

Vietnam War. US government pro-war film documenting Marines in action during Operation Piranha.
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part II [electronic resource]: US Government Pro-War Film, 1965

Vietnam War. US government Pro-War propaganda film showing Marines in Vietnam
Online
1965
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The WPA Film Library Part III [electronic resource]: Soviet Documentary on Angela Davis, ca. 1971

Soviet Documentary on Angela Davis visit to Russia; speaks to workers in Leningrad shop floor about how fast Socialism has improved things
Online
1971
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The Roots of Japanese Anime Until the End of WWII

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A rare glimpse of early Japanese anime and prewar Japanese culture, The roots of Japanese anime features the masterworks of such pioneers of Japanese animation as Noburo Ofuji, Yasuji Murata, and Kenzo Masaoka, in addition to Mitsuyo Seo's Momotaro's sea eagle, the notorious war cartoon billed as Japan's first feature anime.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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War of the Words [electronic resource]

In the 1980s, three men speak out and change the rules of the Cold War. American president Ronald Reagan challenges the Soviets to tear down the Berlin Wall. Pope John Paul II and Union Leader Lech Walesa galvanize Poland and rattle the Iron Curtain. Facing growing dissent fueled by a faltering economy, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev unleashes reforms that will shake Communism to its foundation. For almost 50 years, the fight between two superpowers shaped our societies and our way of looking at the world.
Online
2014; 2012
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An Unseen Enemy [electronic resource]

Love, hate & propaganda III: An unseen enemy: Saddam Hussein invades Kuwait. George Bush Sr sends in the troops. And a quick and decisive victory ensues. But President Bush Sr. makes one crucial mistake. Instead of bringing all the troops home, a sizable contingent is left in Saudi Arabia - to stabilize the region. It's a crucial mistake which contributes to the rise of Osama bin Laden.
Online
2014; 2012
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The Big Picture [electronic resource]: Truth Is Our Defense

This engaging episode of the U.S. Army's The Big Picture series is the story of the Army's Psychological Warfare activities in the Far East Command, primarily as a tactical weapon in Korea. With footage provided by the National Archives and Records Administration this documentary takes a look at the effectiveness of our combat forces with the potent weapon of words. Through leaflets, radio news and dramatic programs from the U.N. radio in Tokyo, mobile radio stations in Korea, and loudspeakers mounted on tanks and jeeps, this episode shows how messages are often sent to the enemy.
Online
2007
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Islam and America [electronic resource]: Through the Eyes of Imran Khan

Anti-American demonstrations fill the streets of Peshawar, and in Lahore, street merchants draw a direct connection between their poverty, the IMF, and the U.S. Even among the liberal, "Westernized" students at Islamabad's Women's College, anti-American feeling is riding high. What has the U.S. done to alienate so many people in the Muslim world? Is foreign policy solely to blame, or have the values of Pakistan's ruling class also played a part? And although the September 11 attacks were condemned by most Muslims, the fundamentalists now seem to speak for all - how did Islam get hijacked in this way? These are the questions that former Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan explores in this thought-provoking documentary.
Online
2001
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Sir! No Sir!

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Recalls the unprecedented movement by American GI's against the Vietnam War, staged through demonstrations, underground newspapers, combat refusals and more, rocking the foundations of the American military. Includes archival material and interviews with key participants.
Online
2005