THE BIG PICTURE - COMMAND DECISION: THE INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE (1963)
Recently in World War Two Category
Henry Fonda narrates this tale of the impact of war on a generic small American town.
The Academy Awards ceremony for 1941 was held only a few months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, on February 26, 1942. Churchill's Island, produced by the National Film Board of Canada, won the first-ever Oscar for Best Documentary that year.
"Aventure Malgache" (originally titled "Madagascar Landing") was the second of two French-language propaganda shorts that Alfred Hitchcock made for the British Ministry of Information. The activities of the French Resistance in Madagascar during World War II, aided by the wily lawyer Clarousse, whose enmity with the local police chief drives his mission.
Part 1: Prelude to War
The anti-interventionist movement of 1940-1941 as revealed in the papers of the America First Committee
Editor: Justus D. Doenecke
Publisher: Hoover Press, 1990