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Following the battles for Kwajalein Atoll, U.S. forces assaulted and secured Enewetak Atoll and Majuro Atoll. These three bases served as staging points for air and naval forces moving onward in later months to attack the vast Japanese naval base at Truk (Chuuk) and other lesser Japanese installations enroute to the Mariana Islands.
The accounts of these historic battle's and many others like them fought by the brave soldiers in the U.S. armed forces are retold in a poignant manner in this DVD. Wood for War
This film eulogizes the strategic importance of wood both for peacetime and during war. It explains the many uses of wood and wood-based products and appeals to citizens to protect this natural resource from hazards such as forest fires.
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
Producer: Calvin Company
U.S. News Review, Issue No. 3
This U.S. News Review is an effort to motivate and educate U.S. citizens. It recounts the stories about the immensely successful wooden Mosquito bombers, Liberators bombing Naples and cautions citizens about the need to preserve raw material for the war effort. You will also witness the heart-rending plea of a father who has lost his son in war to speed up work and bring an early end to the war. The film ends with a great rendition of the Coast Guard song.
Sponsor: U.S. Office of War Information
Producer: U.S. Office of War Information
Color: BLACK & WHITE
What Makes a Battle?
This film portrays the strategy employed by the American troops in liberating the Marshall Island from the hands of the Japanese. It also depicts the horrendous results of war - death and destruction on both sides.
Producer: U.S. War Department, Army Pictorial Service
Color: BLACK & WHITE
The Army Nurse
Shows the daily life and work of the Army nurse, including training and off-duty activities.
Sponsor: U.S. Treasury Department, War Finance Division
Producer: U.S. Army Pictorial Service
Color: BLACK & WHITE
DVD One : 00:57:56
The films on this DVD serve two chief purposes - to motivate and to educate. The War Department produced clips of American soldiers engaging the enemy in fiercely fought battles in the Pacific sector - New Guinea and the Marshall Islands to be precise - are highly motivating and complement the others, which are intended to educate.
The clip entitled "Wood for War" is a beautiful treatise on the many uses of wood and the need for its preservation. The U.S. News Review, which you will witness in this DVD, solicits the cooperation of citizens in allowing a greater part of the national resources to be used for the war effort by repairing and reusing household equipment. The clip about a heart-broken fatherís plea to end the war through hard and honest work is particularly touching.
The final clip "The Army Nurse" provides an exhaustive insight into the extensive training given to nurses during the war.
Lots of footage of live action from hard fought battles and professionally designed lessons for those who fought the war from homes and factories make this DVD worth the time spent in viewing its contents.
"I love action movies and this DVD has plenty of action. Moreover, this action is the real thing and not some studio generated stuff. The men, the machines, the guns, the enemy and even death are all real and so were my emotions after viewing the many battles on this DVD. I was particularly touched by the scenes of Japanese soldiers surrendering to the U. S. troops on Marshall Islands. The humane treatment they received was proof of Americaís involvement in the War solely to protect and not to conquer. I think all those who support war must view the contents of see this excellent DVD."
Customer's Name : Carla Davis (Helena, Montana)
"I had read about some of the famous battles our soldiers fought in World War II, and one of them was the battle on Marshall Island. I am thankful for the opportunity I have of watching some live action form this battle on this DVD. The graphic images of death and destruction reinforced my convictions about the dreadful nature of war. Thanks everybody at travelvideostore.com for this wonderful DVD."
Customer's Name : May Leister (Fairview, Oklahoma)
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