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For Nazi Party Führer (Leader) and German Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler, July 20th, 1944 dawned as a routine working day at his principal wartime military headquarters, the Wolfsschanze (Fort Wolf) in the East Prussian forest of Rastenburg, some three hundred air miles from Berlin, in...read more

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 HQ Batallón) January 21, 2015

When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbour in December of 1941 Americans felt a major sense of anger and hatred to the Japanese because they felt they had been cowardly attacked for no reason. The American government, who knew that entering World War Two was now inevitable, needed to solidify...read more

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 Teniente) January 07, 2015
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# 1. El primer militar alemán muerto en la Segunda Guerra Mundial fue asesinado por los japoneses (China, 1937), el primer soldado estadounidense muerto fue asesinado por los rusos (Finlandia 1940); El oficial de más alta graduación muerto fue el Teniente General Lesley McNair, muerto por el...read more

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 Teniente) December 17, 2014

This film was produced by the Department of War and was overseen by film great John Ford. This full length version was cut to a half an hour for release because it concentrated too much on analysis and history and also because it criticized the U.S. Navy. At its new size, It was used to help...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) December 13, 2014

This U.S. government film portrays the years up until the time the U.S. entered World War II after the attack on Pearl Harbor. It also contains Roosevelt's "Day of Infamy" speech.

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