Rebels & Redcoats: How Britain Lost America

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  • Release Date: 6/29/2004
  • UPC: 841887050906
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  • Source: Pbs (Direct)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [:09]
2. The Shot Heard Around the World [1:45]
3. Incendiary Events in Boston [4:38]
4. General Thomas Gage [5:29]
5. The War Begins [7:39]
6. Redcoat Reinforcements [12:12]
7. An Unlikely Figurehead [9:09]
8. Credits [7:14]
1. Introduction [:09]
2. American Crisis: 1776 [:55]
3. Defending New York [3:42]
4. New York Falls and Winter Approaches [10:01]
5. The Continental Army Survives [8:23]
6. Burgoyne and Ticonderoga [6:42]
7. Indian "Allies" [9:45]
8. Nothing So Stupid as a Gallant Officer [1:53]
9. Credits [6:58]
1. Introduction [:10]
2. The War Moves South [1:29]
3. Ethiopian Regiments [2:23]
4. Ability to Play a Long Game [9:42]
5. Bloody Ban [4:25]
6. Camden - And the Loss of Benedict Arnold [11:40]
7. Bulldog Ferguson at King's Mountain [7:57]
8. Legacy of the Battle [4:44]
9. Credits [6:36]
1. Introduction [:09]
2. The World Turned Upside Down [1:08]
3. Old Morgan Is Never Beaten [1:47]
4. Winning Battles But Not the War [13:28]
5. The Turning Point [11:02]
6. Yorktown: The Decisive Battle [6:30]
7. Building a New Nation [8:26]
8. Credits [5:51]
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Side #1 --
   Play Movie
      Play All Parts
      Play Part I - The Shot Heard Around the World
      Play Part II - American Crisis: 1776
      Play Part III - The War Moves South
      Play Part IV - The World Turned Upside Down
   Scene Selections
      Part I - The Shot Heard Around the World
      Part II - American Crisis: 1776
      Part III - The War Moves South
      Part IV - The World Turned Upside Down
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  • Posted December 21, 2012

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    Solid Representation

    The American Revolution from a British perspective. Excellent analysis.

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