Wwii Pacific Battles

WWII Pacific Battles 1944 Guam, Peleliu COMBAT Documentary DVD !!


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    DVD: 1 (US, CA)
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  • Sub-Genre:
    Military & War
  • Edition:
    Full Screen
  • Genre:
    Educational
  • Format:
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HISTORIC WWII PACIFIC CAMPAIGN DOCUMENTARY FILMS DVD

In April of 1944, the U.S. Army's 1st Cavalry Division launched Operation Brewer, a campaign to seize the Admiralty Islands and isolate the Japanese naval base at Rabaul. The landings were one phase of a grand offensive that raged across the Pacific in 1944.

Featured on this DVD are six rare films showing some of the bloodiest battles of the campaign. See the 3rd Marine Division as it re-takes Guam. Watch a co-ordinated assault on the Palaus, as the 1st Marines and 81st Infantry Division seize Peleliu and Anguar.

Also included is a rare color film narrated by Quentin Reynolds, entitled Advance Base. An extremely graphic, unflinching portrait of the war, the film shows the activities of the Construction Battalions, or CBs. Deemed too disturbing for general release, the film was hidden from view for decades. It remains one of the most powerful, and important documents of the Pacific War.

Digitally remastered and restored from original 16mm prints, many of the films on this DVD have never been available to the public. Please note, because of their age and rarity, image and sound quality can vary. Please note: presented in the DVD-R format. May not be compatible with early model DVD players.

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This DVD is one in a series of historic military films on DVD. Please see my other auctions for additional titles in the series.

Features color and black and white films. Running time over 100 minutes.
Please note: this DVD contains special features and menus that may not be compatible with older, first-generation DVD players. It should work fine on 99.9% of players and those in computers. Check your player's manual for more information.

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