Half Lion, Half Tiger - It's a Liger
This short film features ligers at a German Zoo. (Ligers are only bred and raised in captivity. Scientists are doubtful that a liger could exist in the wild.) Run time 01:22.
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Hitler's Last Army
News reel of footage of German soldiers in the last days of war. Interviews of US soldiers today describing events first hand.
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Submarines
In an attempt to contend with the British Navy, Germany began to produce a new weapon of war—the U-boat.  U-boats, a common English abbreviation for the German word `Unterseeboot', were submarines. Unlike surface ships, U-boats, did not adhere to the traditional rules of engagement, which required raiders to stop a vessel, examine its cargo, and allow passengers to escape before sinking the ship. Instead, the strength of the submarine was its ability to strike without warning, while its major
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The Treaty of Versailles
Nearly one year after President Woodrow Wilson addressed Congress and laid out his Fourteen Points, fighting in Europe had reached its end. In the last weeks of the war, Wilson used the promise of his Fourteen Points to persuade the German people to overthrow Kaiser Wilhelm II and establish an armistice. Under the armistice, Germany had to withdraw behind the Rhine River and surrender its submarines and munitions.
To establish the conditions of surrender for the defeated Central Powers, me

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The United States Enters the War
This is a video about WWII and the moment when the United States was engaged in an undeclared naval war with Germany. President Roosevelt ordered the navy to "shoot on sight" any German submarines after an American destroyer, the Greer, was attacked near Iceland. In October, the Kearny was torpedoed killing 11, and the destroyer Reuben James was sunk—more than 100 sailors perished. Congress amended the Neutrality Act in November, to permit trade with belligerents and the arming of merchant ves
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General Elections
General elections are the final stage in the presidential election process. General elections are held on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. By the time of the general election, presidential candidates have campaigned for approximately one year and have raised huge sums of money. (Video is narrated with slides and speeches.)
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Rachmaninoff Concerto N. 2 - I. Moderato (1/2)
In this video (in color) pianist, Georgi Chrkin, plays Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2 - I Moderato with the Classic FM Radio Orchestra conducted by Georgi Dimitrov. They are on stage in a concert hall. The picture quality and stage lighting is good and the sound quality is excellent.
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Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2 - II Adagio sostenuto (1/2)
In this video (in color) pianist, Georgi Chrkin, plays Rachmaninoff's Concerto No. 2 - II Adagio sostenuto with the Classic FM Radio Orchestra conducted by Georgi Dimitrov. They are on stage in a concert hall. The picture quality and stage lighting is good and the sound quality is excellent.
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Mozart: The Magic Flute - Overture
In this live video (in color) Sir Colin Davis conducts the Orchestra of The Royal Opera House Covent Garden on stage in a concert hall. At the end of the overture, there are excerpts of various scenes from the opera as well as narration and interviews providing information about Mozart and "The Magic Flute."  (10:53)
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Roosevelt’s Square Deal
This video is accompanied by text. "At the dawn of the twentieth century, America was at a crossroads. Presented with abundant opportunity, but also hindered by significant internal and external problems, the country was seeking leaders who could provide a new direction. The political climate was ripe for reform, and the stage was set for the era of the Progressive Presidents, beginning with Republican Theodore Roosevelt.
Teddy Roosevelt was widely popular due to his status as a hero of t

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U.S.-Soviet Relations
This video is accompanied by text. "Throughout much of World War II, the U.S. and the USSR were reluctant allies. Germany posed a significant threat to both countries and necessity dictated that they cooperate militarily. Germany had launched a brutal invasion into the Soviet Union that eventually caused the deaths of 20 million Soviets. The USSR begged the western Allies to attack the German army on its western front. The U.S. and England were under-resourced and unwilling to launch a costly at
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Rapunzel
Is a German fairy tale in the collection assembled by the Brothers Grimm, and first published in 1812. Story about a couple who long for a child. The man tries to fulfill his wive's wishes and run into an old woman. The old woman makes a deal with the man and the story continues. The picture in this video does not change. (9:23)
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Hansel and Gretel, Part 1 of 2
This is the classic storybook of Hansel and Gretel by Grimms' being read by a woman with a German accent. There is no animation, no music,  and no illustrations and the screen shows her face simply looking down and reading while sitting in a room in a house. Part 1 of 2   (8:08)

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Hansel and Gretel, Part 2 of 2
The woman with the German accent reads, in English, the second half of the fairy tale, "Hansel and Gretel,"  while sitting in a room with books behind her.  Part 2 of 2  (7:50)
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The Twelve Dancing Princesses narrated by Grant R. Barrett
The Twelve Dancing Princesses or The Worn-Out Dancing Shoes or The Shoes that were Danced to Pieces is a German fairy tale originally published by the Brothers Grimm in Children's and Household Tales as tale number 133. This story is about the twelve princesses who left their room every night and danced. The king wanted to discover where they went. The story continues in the true fairy tale form.  This is a two part video.  Still image with narration. (9:20)
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(9/9) The Warsaw Uprising
Final segment of the story of the uprising in the Warsaw ghetto by the Poles who were against the German occupation of Poland during WW II.
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Stalingrad 1 of 5
The Battle of Stalingrad. 250,000 German troops are available to extend the Third Reich to the borders of Asia and divide the Soviet Union into two. This was a battle of death, the fighting went on all day and night it never stopped. German aircraft photographed the course of this struggle. These images give us an insight into the battle of WWII, for the first time we can see every detail of the tortured city that became the grave of the German Sixth Army. This video is the lost evidence of the
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Stalingrad 3 of 5
The Battle of Stalingrad. 250,000 German troops are available to extend the Third Reich to the borders of Asia and divide the Soviet Union into two. This was a battle of death, the fighting went on all day and night it never stopped. German aircraft photographed the course of this struggle. These images give us an insight into the battle of WWII, for the first time we can see every detail of the tortured city that became the grave of the German Sixth Army. This video is the lost evidence of the
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Stalingrad 4 of 5
The Battle of Stalingrad. 250,000 German troops are available to extend the Third Reich to the borders of Asia and divide the Soviet Union into two. This was a battle of death, the fighting went on all day and night it never stopped. German aircraft photographed the course of this struggle. These images give us an insight into the battle of WWII, for the first time we can see every detail of the tortured city that became the grave of the German Sixth Army. This video is the lost evidence of the
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Stalingrad 5 of 5
The Battle of Stalingrad. 250,000 German troops are available to extend the Third Reich to the borders of Asia and divide the Soviet Union into two. This was a battle of death, the fighting went on all day and night it never stopped. German aircraft photographed the course of this struggle. These images give us an insight into the battle of WWII, for the first time we can see every detail of the tortured city that became the grave of the German Sixth Army. This video is the lost evidence of the
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