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Boxer Muhammad Ali speaking in March 1974, discusses Islam, money and the perils of Las Vegas in this rare archive footage unearthed after 40 years. The film, which is being restored by the Associated Press, forms part of a time capsule of news from the 1960s and 70s recently uncovered from beneath General Eisenhower's wartime London headquarters. Ali discusses his Islamic beliefs with reporters in Beirut and explains how his face has stayed scratch-free despite 180 fights.
13 Jul 2009
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www.second-world-war-remembered****** Memories of 24 men and women from Kent who lived through the Second World War. This unique audio CD contains first hand memories of the outbreak of war, the Dunkirk evacuation, the Battle of Britain, Rationing, the Blitz; including air raids on Maidstone and Canterbury, Lord Haw Haw, the Yanks in Britain, the bomber offensive against Germany, D-Day, VE-Day and more. The CD also includes rare archive sound recordings and wartime music. Proceeds from the sale of the CD go to the Royal British Legion and the Chart Sutton War Memorial Pavilion Fund. CD produced by Kent video production company Kersh Media to mark the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War Two. Interviews recorded in 1989 by Graham Majin.
8 Sep 2009
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Complete video at: *******fora.tv/2008/01/14/President_at_War Historians David Kennedy and Joan Hoff discuss historical attitudes of U.S. Presidents during wartime. ----- "Conversations on Presidential Leadership: The President at War" with Tom Brokaw, David M. Kennedy, and Joan Hoff. The Aspen Institute and the Roosevelt House Institute for Public Policy at Hunter College are proud to present a new discussion series during the 2008 election season. "Conversations on Presidential Leadership" will inject into the campaign season the Institute's brand of thoughtful, informed, nonpartisan dialogue among some of the nation's most respected historians and contemporary observers of the presidency. - Aspen Institute David M. Kennedy, Ph. D. is the recipient of the 1999 Pulitzer Prize in History for his book Freedom from Fear: The American People in Depression and War 1929-1945, the latest addition to the award-winning Oxford History of the United States series. The Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History at Stanford University, he lectures on a wide variety of topics drawn from American history, about issues in higher education, and current events, both domestic and international, where he can bring some historical perspective to bear. Joan Hoff is a Research Professor of History in the Department of History and Philosophy at Montana State University. She is a specialist in twentieth-century American foreign policy and politics and in the legal status of American women. She was executive secretary of the Organization of American Historians from 1981 to 1989. She has been the recipient of numerous awards, includig the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians' Article Prize and the Stuart L. Bernath Prize for the best book on American diplomacy. She is the author of several books including Law, Gender, and Injustice: A Legal History of U.S. Women and Herbert Hoover: Forgotten Progressive. Her latest book is A Faustian Foreign Policy from Woodrow Wilson to George W. Bush: Dreams of Perfectability.
25 Sep 2009
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Directed by Wilson Yip (Flash Point; Dragon Tiger Gate; SPL) and starring Donnie Yen (An Empress And The Warriors) in the title role, the award-winning wartime period action-drama IP MAN brings to the screen the fascinating life of the celebrated Chinese martial artist who famously became martial arts master to Bruce Lee and was the first person to teach the close range combat techniques of Wing Chun openly.
4 Oct 2009
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*******vbusa****/ A wartime veteran or a widow(er) of one, could be eligible for up to $1,949 per month. It's the Veterans Improved Pension Benefit which includes the Aid and Attendance Benefit.
15 Dec 2009
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The use of poison gas in World War I was a major military innovation. The gases ranged from disabling chemicals, such as tear gas and the severe mustard gas, to lethal agents like phosgene and chlorine. This chemical warfare was a major component of the first global war and first total war of the 20th century. The killing capacity of gas, however, was limited — only 4% of combat deaths were due to gas. Because it was possible to develop effective countermeasures against gas attacks, it was unlike most other weapons of the period. In the later stages of the war, as the use of gas increased, its overall effectiveness diminished. This widespread use of these agents of chemical warfare, and wartime advances in the composition of high explosives, gave rise to an occasionally expressed view of World War I as "the chemists' war".
13 Dec 2009
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An interview with Isaac Shapiro, author of "Edokko: Growing Up a Foreigner in Wartime Japan," published by iUniverse.
23 Dec 2009
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From NewLeftMedia On 9.12.2009, we went to Washington DC to document the Tea Party protests against, well, a lot of things, including health insurance reform, the IRS, abortion, global warming, and our "socialist/communist/fascist/Nazi/Muslim " president, Barack Obama. Some of them called for a return to McCarthyism, while others called for Glenn Beck to run for office--indeed, it seemed the only thing that everyone agreed on was Fox News. VIEW OUR INTERVIEW B-ROLL HERE: *******www.youtube****/watch?v=fevga9... This NEW LEFT MEDIA film was produced and edited by Chase Whiteside (interviewer) and Erick Stoll (camera operator). A NOTE ON CZARS: Some users have pointed out that White House "Czars" existed long before Ronald Reagan. As it turns out, Donald Nelson, appointed under FDR as a "Wartime Production Czar", was the first. The Republican Gov. of Colorado, John A. Love, was later appointed under Nixon as an "Energy Czar". We appreciate this correction, though such an oversight does not dilute our point. The current outcry against Czars is merely alarmist propaganda perpetuated by Glenn Beck and the rest of the right-wing media. JOIN OUR HEALTH CARE FOR AMERICA NOW! FACEBOOK GROUP: *******www.facebook****/group.php?gid... YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE: You can make a difference in the health care debate without leaving your bedroom. So stop typing that narcissistic Facebook status, pause your Mafia Wars game, and actually do something in reality to advance the cause you support on Facebook by calling your representative. This is so easy. Many people are timid about making phone calls, but a phone call to your representative now could save you a series of phone calls to an uncooperative insurance company in the future. Too lazy to look up your representative's number? This website makes it even easier--it will find the number, call it for you, and then call your cell phone to connect you. Tell your representative's office that you support comprehensive health care reform, and urge them to support the public option. *******tools.advomatic****/8/hcn "We can do this. At this point, all that stands in the way of universal health care in America are the greed of the medical-industrial complex, the lies of the right-wing propaganda machine, and the gullibility of voters who believe those lies." - Paul Krugman, The Swiss Menace *******www.nytimes****/2009/08/17/opi... DONATE: Donations to New Left Media will go toward the production costs of future videos. Any contribution, no matter how small, will go a long way in keeping us online. *******bit.ly/nLOdU (will take you to PayPal)
19 Feb 2010
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t’s wartime, and the Carver family decides to leave the capital where they live and move to a small coastal village where they’ve recently bought a home. But from the minute they cross the threshold, strange things begin to happen.
18 Mar 2010
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VA mortgage eligibility has to do mostly with a veterans duration of service. The *******www.directvaloans**** VA loan FAQ video series addresses the commonly asked question, Am I eligible for a VA Loan? There are four numbers to remember when it comes to VA eligibility and whether a veteran is qualified to apply for a veteran home loan: 2 6 90 181. The 2 represents active duty personnel and honorably discharged veterans with two years of active duty. The 6 represents the National Guard or Reserve with six years of service. The 90 represents those with 90 days of wartime duty and the 181 represents 181 days of peacetime duty for those called up under U.S.C. Title 10. If you meet these conditions you may be eligible for a VA home loan. For the complete video series and to find more answers to your most commonly asked VA loan questions at *******www.directvaloans****/VA-Loan-Questions/Default.aspx.
25 May 2010
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Meet Henry Leland -- arms dealer, wartime profiteer, and disgruntled owner of a set of missing missiles.
8 Jun 2010
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NOW / JETZT ONLINE: *******www.realeyz.tv/en/kerstin-nickig-dear-muslim_cont2526.html An intimate portrait of the family and their wartime experiences is created from photo and video material, their personal accounts and the mothers diary to her small son Muslim.
22 Jun 2010
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NOW / JETZT ONLINE: *******www.realeyz.tv/en/kerstin-nickig-dear-muslim_cont2526.html An intimate portrait of the family and their wartime experiences is created from photo and video material, their personal accounts and the mothers diary to her small son Muslim.
22 Jun 2010
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Cavalcanti’s wartime film, based on a story by Graham Greene, still unsettles, even shocks, with its subversive, almost surreal spectacle of a cosy English village under Nazi attack in the Second World War. Disguised as British soldiers, the invading Germans insinuate themselves into a pretty village inhabited by British character players so familiar to wartime audiences that they must have seemed like family members. Always the mischievous foreign observer, Cavalcanti kicks away their usual charm, letting them kill and be killed in a violent battle for their green, pleasant land. Critics’ reactions at the time were mixed; but now we can properly relish this visionary film, as jolting and quizzical about British life as anything by Powell and Pressburger. - Geoff Brown
9 Jul 2010
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We spend the day with the stuntmen from Matt Damon's wartime action-thriller.
10 Jul 2010
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A dark and ghostly wartime secret is about to be uncovered when a battle between good and evil breaks out aboard a WWII-era battleship in Nazi Dawn, set for release through Revolver Entertainment on August 30th 2010.When the SS Lane Victory, reactivated and deployed in the Persian Gulf for black-op interrogations, falls radio silent, an elite Marine task force are sent to apprehend the terrorists. Led by Col. John Willets (Lance Henriksen), the team find one survivor, John’s son Colin (Gary Stretch). But as the soldiers search for the men responsible for the bloody butchery of the ship’s crew, they soon discover a more devious enemy than any of them had ever imagined and all hell breaks loose as they become locked in brutal battle to the death...Visit the official site here: *******www.nazidawn****Pre-order here: *******www.amazon******/Nazi-Dawn-DVD/dp/B003QPTVS8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1280401716&sr=1-1
4 Sep 2010
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