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The United States Office of War Information produced this film to educate the public about how to maintain basic nutrition even during wartime food shortages and rationing. It briefly notes how the Europeans had to learn some lessons from us about rationing. It then talks about how improving the diet helps the war effort by translating into healthier workers who can produce more military equipment.
4 Aug 2008
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Met Life during wartime heeft regisseur Todd Solondz een vervolg gemaakt op zijn bekende film Happiness. Drie zussen en hun partners struikelen door het leven in een onvoorspelbare en vluchtige wereld. Het verleden is nog teveel van invloed op het heden en de toekomst is onzeker. De rode draad is vergeving en de grenzen daarvan worden in elkaar kruisende liefdesverhalen verkend. Vergeven of vergeten? Dat is de vraag.
14 Jun 2010
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Tio år efter succén med Happiness kommer nu Todd Solondzs efterlängtade uppföljare; Life During Wartime. Här får vi återse de tre systrarna Joy, Helen och Trish som kämpade med livet, kärleken och lyckopillren. Precis som i originalet drar sig Solondz, den mörka komikens mästare, inte för att utvinna humor ur känsliga teman som sex, religion, pedofili och terrorism.
6 Aug 2010
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www.charlesmccain**** - Charles McCain reviews "The Golden Horseshoe: The Wartime Career of Otto Kretschmer, U-Boat Ace" by Terence Robertson.
15 Feb 2011
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Zainab Salbi, co-founder and president of Women for Women International, gives a voice to what she calls the “backline” of war—the often unheard and ignored experiences of women and their efforts to survive the terrifying consequences of the frontline.
28 Apr 2008
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Members of Congress show their support for the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act; sponsored by Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA) and Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-NE) the bill boasts increased educational benefits for recent veterans.
7 May 2008
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Marlene Dietrich felt she could have done more to help the allies in World War II. Produced with background music and sound effects in the style of old time radio, Hollywood Stories with Stephen Schochet is a new syndicated one minute program on the TalkStar Radio Network heard throughout the USA and Canada: *******www.hollywoodstories****/radioshow.htm Stephen Schochet is the author and narrator of the audiobooks "Fascinating Walt Disney" and "Tales Of Hollywood". GREAT GIFTS!! Available at Apple iTunes, Amazon, Barnes and Noble Stores or toll free twenty four hours at 1-800-431-1579. "So many of our listeners have told me that when they needed gifts your Hollywood and Disney CDs have really helped them out" -- Tron Simpson, Morning Host KCMN Radio, Colorado Springs For more information go to *******www.hollywoodstories****.
28 Jan 2009
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Joy a fui son mari pour trouver du réconfort et de l'aide auprès de sa mère et de ses soeurs. Mais chacun des membres de la famille connait ses propres problèmes.Sa soeur Trish reconstruit sa vie avec ses enfants après avoir appris que Bill, son mari psychiatre, abusait de jeunes garçons. Elle a rencontré Harvey, divorcé bientôt en retraite, et espère que cette nouvelle présence masculine apportera la stabilité nécessaire à son foyer fragilisé.Helen, la troisième soeur, considère qu'elle est autant victime de sa famille que de son succès a Hollywood, tandis que leur mère Mona ne parvient pas à se défaire d'une tenace amertume envers les hommes.C'est aussi le moment pour Timmy, le plus jeune fils de Trish et Bill, de se préparer à entrer dans l'âge adulte...
30 Apr 2010
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Exclusive onboard an F14 during a real wartime mission! Enjoy low level flight over the desert and mountains from carrier takeoff to landing! They won't be serving any dinner but you'll get there a lot faster in this cockpit!!! Hang on for the ride of your life for a journey across the deserts of the Middle East. If you like this video trailer you can buy full version of this production at www.airutopia****
20 Dec 2006
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Irish Drama Performance by Julie Franco Actor from Enniskillen Fermanagh Widow Woman talks about her wartime sailor husband
12 Mar 2007
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This clip is an excerpt from "Men in Black," an animated sequence based on U.S. Army Specialist Colby Buzzell's story, part of the film Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience. Animation by Christopher Koelle, Portland Studios, Inc. Operation Homecoming is a unique documentary that explores the firsthand accounts of American soldiers through their own words and is part of PBS's America at a Crossroads series. Check local listings for air times and visit www.pbs****/weta/crossroads for more information.
17 Mar 2007
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This clip is an excerpt from "Aftermath," based on a story by U.S. Army soldier Sanjoon Han, which is part of Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience. Operation Homecoming is a unique documentary that explores the firsthand accounts of American soldiers through their own words and is part of PBS's America at a Crossroads series. Check local listings for air times and visit www.pbs****/weta/crossroads for more information
20 Mar 2007
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This film involves Nick and Nora's visit to Nick's parents who live in the small town of Sycamore Springs. The early part of the film highlights difficulties in traveling during wartime with some very funny attempts to smuggle Asta on the train. Early on, it is revealed that Nick's father, Dr. Charles Harry Davenport has never been overly impressed with his son's career choice. The remainder of the film is not just about solving the crime, which typically Nick and Nora stumble into quite innocently, but also about resolving this issue between Nick and his father.
19 Jul 2007
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
1 Mar 2008
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
3 Mar 2008
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'Musique de la Légion étrangère' , 'Music of the French Foreign Legion' - Musik der Fremdenlegion "Legio Patria Nostra" (The Legion is our Homeland) "Honneur et Fidélité" (Honour and Fidelity) "Marche ou crève" (March or die, unofficial) It was in Mexico on 30 April 1863 that the Legion earned its legendary status. A company led by Capitaine Danjou, numbering 62 soldiers and 3 officers, was escorting a convoy to the besieged city of Puebla when it was attacked and besieged by two thousand members of the Mexican Army, organized in three battalions of infantry and cavalry, numbering 1,200 and 800 respectively. The patrol was forced to make a defence in Hacienda Camarón, and despite the hopelessness of the situation, fought nearly to the last man. When only five survivors remained, out of ammunition, a bayonet charge was conducted in which three of the five were killed. The remaining two were brought before the Mexican general, who allowed them to return to France as an honour guard for the body of Capitaine Danjou. The captain had a wooden hand which was stolen during the battle; it was later returned to the legion and is now kept in a case in the Foreign Legion museum at Aubagne, and paraded annually on Camerone day. Previously, the Legion was not stationed in mainland France except in wartime. Until 1962, the Legion headquarters were located in Sidi-Bel-Abbès, Algeria. Nowadays, some units of the Legion are in Corsica or overseas possessions, while the rest is in the south of mainland France. Current headquarters are in Aubagne, France, just outside Marseille. There are nine regiments and one independent sub-unit : * Mainland France o 1st Foreign Cavalry Regiment (1er REC), based in Orange (armoured troops), o 1st Foreign Regiment (1er RE), based in Aubagne (legion headquarters), o 2nd Foreign Infantry Regiment (2e REI), based in Nîmes, o 4th Foreign Regiment (4e RE), based in Castelnaudary (training); o 1st Foreign Engineer Regiment (1er REG), based in Laudun; o 2nd Foreign Engineer Regiment (2e REG), based in St Christol; * Corsica o 2nd Foreign Parachute Regiment (2e REP), based in Calvi; * French Overseas Territories and Overseas Collectives, o 3rd Foreign Infantry Regiment (3e REI), based in French Guiana, o Foreign Legion Detachment in Mayotte (DLEM); * Africa o 13th Foreign Legion Demi-Brigade (13 DBLE), based in Djibouti. The Legionnaire's Code of Honour Every Legionnaire must know by heart the "Legionnaire's Code of Honour". The Legionnaires spend many hours learning it, reciting it, and then getting the vocal synchronization together: “ 1. Légionnaire, you are a volunteer serving France with "Honour and Fidelity". 2. Every legionnaire is your brother-in-arms, regardless of his nationality, race, or religion. You will demonstrate this by strict solidarity which must always unite members of the same family. 3. Respect of traditions, devotion to your leaders, discipline and comradeship are your strengths, courage and loyalty your virtues. 4. Proud of your status as legionnaire, you display this in your uniform, which is always impeccable, your behaviour always dignified but modest, your living quarters always clean. 5. An elite soldier, you will train rigorously, you will maintain your weapon as your most precious possession, you are constantly concerned with your physical form. 6. A mission is sacred, you will carry it out until the end respecting laws, customs of war, international conventions and, if necessary, at the risk of your life. (Changed in November 2000) 7. In combat, you will act without passion and without hate, you will respect the vanquished enemy, you will never abandon your dead or wounded, nor surrender your arms. *******stores.lulu****/duthel *******www.lulu****/content/1383048
3 Mar 2008
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