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WWII, the lost color archives

Author: John ThawRoger MuddAlastair WaddingtonMartin SmithLucy CarterAll authors
Publisher: New York : A&E Television Networks/The History Channel : Distributed in the US by New Video Group, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Until today, our collective memories of World War II have lived almost exclusively in black and white. Recently re-discovered color film archival materials, assembled after years of research, offers a new perspective on everything from the war's most critical battles and key personalities to details of life on the home front to the plight of uprooted refugees.
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Historical films
War films
Films for the hearing impaired
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Thaw; Roger Mudd; Alastair Waddington; Martin Smith; Lucy Carter; Arts and Entertainment Network.; History Channel (Television network); Carlton Television.; Champion Television (Firm); New Video Group.
ISBN: 0767026977 9780767026970 0767026985 9780767026987 0767026993 9780767026994
OCLC Number: 44968722
Language Note: Closed captioned.
Notes: Title from disc.
Originally aired as World War II in color.
Features include: additional 15 minutes of rare recently discovered color footage filmed during World War II ; scene selection.
"AAE 70118 ; AAE 70119."
Credits: Film editor, Stephen Moore ; music, Chris Elliott.
Cast: Narrator, John Thaw ; introduced by Roger Mudd.
Description: 2 videodiscs (171 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; Dolby digital.; DVD player required.
Contents: Vol. 1, New world order ; Total war --
Vol. 2, Triumph and despair. Vol. 1, New World Order. Opening sequence ; Germany, 1937 ; Castellon, Spain ; Britain, 1937 ; Bavaria, Germany, 1936 ; United States of America, 1939 ; Germany, 1939 ; The Soviet Union, 1939 ; Bavaria, Germany, 1939 ; Britain, September 1939 ; Britain, 1940 ; France, May 1940 ; London, September 1940 ; Bavaria, Germany, 1941 ; 6th of June, 1941 ; Pearl Harbor, December 1941 --
Total war. Pearl Harbor ; Atlantic Ocean ; Working women ; Battle of the Atlantic ; German-occupied USSR ; German-occupied Yugoslavia ; German-occupied Poland ; Stalingrad ; Britain ; Hamburg, 1943 ; Southern Germany ; Pacific Ocean --
Vol. 2, Triumph and despair. Southern England, June 1944 ; Normandy, D-Day+1 ; Normandy, July 1944 ; South of France, August 1944 ; Paris, August 1944 ; Germany, 1944 ; Berlin ; Germany 1945 ; Buchenwaqld, April 1945 ; Dachau ; Berlin, May 1945 ; London, 8 May 1945 ; Okinawa, April 1945 ; Hiroshima and Nagasaki, August 1945 ; New York, 15 August 1945 ; Closing sequence.
Other Titles: New world order.
Total war.
Triumph and despair.
World War II in color.
World War II, the lost color archives
Responsibility: produced by Carlton Television and Champion Television for A&E Television Networks ; executive producers: Alastair Waddington, Martin Smith ; producers: Alastair Laurence, Lucy Carter.
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Until today, our collective memories of World War II have lived almost exclusively in black and white. Recently re-discovered color film archival materials, assembled after years of research, offers a new perspective on everything from the war's most critical battles and key personalities to details of life on the home front to the plight of uprooted refugees.

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