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American history's most important films in high definition! For the first time on Blu-ray, watch 10 of Americas most important historical films in high definition from the U.S. National Archives collection of World War II films in WWII in HD.
DISC 1 December 7th: Short Version - 1943, B&W December 7th: Long Version - 1943, B&W Both versions of legendary filmmaker John Fords Oscar-winning take on the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Approx. 120 minutes
DISC 2 With the Marines at Tarawa - 1944, Color The Battle of Midway - 1942, Color Let There Be Light - 1946, B&W A short film about an amphibious landing by the Marines, an Oscar-winning documentary by John Ford and a lost masterpiece hailed as on of the greatest war films ever. Approx. 100 minutes
DISC 3 General MacArthur - 1963, B&W General Eisenhower - 1963, B&W General Bradley - 1963, B&W General Patton - 1963, B&W Rare footage, combat sequences and intimate life details of all four generals. Includes narration by Ronald Reagan. Approx. 120 minutes
DISC 4 Nuremberg - 1946, B&W Actual intense footage from the Nuremberg Trials told almost entirely without any editorial comment. Approx. 75 minutes