Timeline: 1944

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The Timeline series presents newsreels, audio recordings, radio shows, and lists in order to display the historic events that transpired during the given year. The 1944 edition contains newsreels about D-Day, MacArthur's return to the Philippines, and other momentous turning points of World War 2. A music section contains performances by Bing Crosby, The Glenn Miller Army Air Corp Orchestra, and Dinah Shore. Speeches from Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and Winston Churchill round out this fascinating and ...
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The Timeline series presents newsreels, audio recordings, radio shows, and lists in order to display the historic events that transpired during the given year. The 1944 edition contains newsreels about D-Day, MacArthur's return to the Philippines, and other momentous turning points of World War 2. A music section contains performances by Bing Crosby, The Glenn Miller Army Air Corp Orchestra, and Dinah Shore. Speeches from Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and Winston Churchill round out this fascinating and entertaining trip down memory lane.
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Special Features

Facts & photos; Interactive chapter
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/30/2001
  • UPC: 688321194426
  • Original Release: 2001
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  • Source: WHIRLWIND MEDIA
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Black & White / Dolby 5.1 / Mono
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, monaural
  • Time: 3:13:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Considine Voice Only
Ed Herlihy Voice Only
Lowell Thomas Voice Only
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Timeline 1944
1. Women at War [3:43]
2. Beautiful Team Work [1:20]
3. Cameramen Ready to Film Invasion [:47]
4. Invasion! [8:29]
5. News Flashes From U.S. Army in Italy [1:40]
6. Airborne Forces Play Big Role in Battle of Europe [2:49]
7. U.S. Planes Attack Japan [1:31]
8. Liberation of Rome [6:46]
9. Roosevelt Signs "Soldier's Bill" [1:14]
10. With Tito in Yugoslavia [2:35]
11. Moviestar Killed in Line of Duty Honored by U.S. [:49]
12. Troops on Leave Visit Wonders of Ancient World [1:40]
13. Huge Allied Air Armada Battles Nazis Over Europe [3:56]
14. Iceland Becomes Republic [:49]
15. First Power From Mighty Shasta Dam [1:03]
16. Marines Round Up Native Cattle on Pacific Islands [1:41]
17. President Roosevelt Re-Nominated [2:48]
18. Giant Calculator Solves Problems in Mathmatics [:50]
19. New Service Speeds Mail to U.S. Troops [1:43]
20. President Roosevelt Visits Pacific War Theater [4:34]
21. U.S. Forces Land on Guam [4:44]
22. The Paris Story [10:23]
23. Roosevelt and Churchill Meet in Quebec [1:24]
24. Penicillin Drug Saves Allied Lives [:51]
25. Roosevelt and Churchill End Quebec Talks [2:40]
26. Robot Bombs Fail to Panic British [:57]
27. Bringing in the Sheaves [:45]
28. Bombs Soften Manila for Final Drive [1:11]
29. B-29's Rule Jap Skies [2:55]
30. MacArthur Returns to the Philippines [2:12]
31. The World of Sports [1:33]
32. U.S. Post Office Rushes Mail to Troops Abroad [3:01]
0. Music
1. Going My Way [3:14]
2. Swinging on a Star [2:54]
3. Day After Forever [3:29]
4. I'll Walk Alone [2:43]
5. They'll Be a Jubilee [3:12]
6. Bell Bottom Trousers [2:28]
7. D-Day [2:39]
8. In the Mood [3:27]
9. Tuxedo Junction [3:33]
10. String of Pearls [3:26]
11. Little Brown Jug [1:59]
12. Jukebox Saturday Night [2:58]
1. President Franklin D. Roosevelt: Fireside Chat, The Liberation of Rome [14:17]
2. The First Planes Leaving England on D-Day [1:27]
3. General Dwight D. Eisenhower: Speech to the D-Day Landing Forces [1:44]
4. News Report: Operation Market Garden [11:19]
5. Thomas Dewey: Election Eve Speech [1:10]
6. Winston Churchill: The Fruits of 1944 [2:20]
7. Winston Churchill: America's Thanksgiving [3:55]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Entire Video Program
   Film Trailers
      Going My Way
      Passage to Marseilles
      The Thin Man Goes Home
      Ministry of Fear
   Play Entire Audio Program
   News
   Entertainment: "The Long Name None Could Spell"
   Interactive Chapter
      The Disappearance of Glenn Miller
      The Academy Awards
      The Nobel Prize
      The Pultizer Prize
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