World War I and Its Aftermath

World War I and Its Aftermath

DVD - 2003
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What were the events that led to this conflict, and how did the world change as a result? Four segments explain the political setting, strategies, and realities of "The War to End All Wars." Rise of Nationalism: Traces the growth of nationalism in the early 1900s by focusing on oppression in Czarist Russia. World War I: Explores the causes of "The Great War" and what life was like for a solider fighting in the trenches. Death from Above: The Red Baron: Documents scientists' use of forensic evidence and detective work to determine who shot down the German flying ace. Communism and the Soviet Union: Explores the fall of czarist Russia toward the end of WWI, and the birth of Communism. Archival images and modern-day research form a compelling account of how soldiers, citizens, and nations fared during the war and its aftermath.
Publisher: Silver Springs, Md. : Discovery Communications Inc., c2003.
Branch Call Number: 940.3 WOR
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (DVD) (55 min.) :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in.


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