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Secrets Of War, Espionage 03 Breaking The Japanese Code
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Published on Aug 13, 2014
 

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" KNOW YOUR ENEMY THE VIET CONG " U.S. ARMY VIETNAM WAR TRAINING FILM w/ ENEMY NEWSREELS 12884
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Published on Apr 2, 2019
In this 1968 Armed Forces information film (AFIF 172), viewers see several Viet Cong/COSVN propaganda films (captured by American forces near the Cambodian border) that show military operations, logistics and demolition planning, and non-military activities of the Viet Cong from their point of view. The film begins with a shot of the motion picture trademark of COSVN or the Central Office for South Vietnam, the communist organization and command headquarters that is directing the communist war effort against the Republic of Vietnam. An American man watches teh films on a Moviola and speaks to the camera about the value of the captured COSVN propaganda films. The title of the first film is translated to “Military Operation by the 9th Viet Cong Main Force Division in retaliation for the bombings of Hanoi and Haiphong” (01:51). A division political officer speaks to his division prior to an assault (02:00). Officers and soldiers where cards and posters pledging vengeance for the bombings of the northern cities. The political officer passes out ropes to be used on captured prisoners. A bugler sounds the attack, and the soldiers run through the jungle to attack an American armored personnel carrier. Footage shows the dead American soldiers; the survivors are taken prisoner and marched through the jungle barefoot. The next film begins with a Viet Cong attack against Allied forces in South Vietnam (03:38). Communist soldiers march down a road; women and children carry supplies for the Viet Cong. U.S. helicopters fly overhead—most likely UH-1 Iroquois (04:03). Men carry machine guns and prepare to attack a South Vietnamese outpost. South Vietnamese and American troops walk into the ambush (04:45), and the Viet Cong open fire. Footage shows the dead soldiers as the Viet Cong strip the corpses of their weapons. At camp, Viet Cong clean the captured weapons and ammo and ready them for the next assault (05:38). A Viet Cong commander plots an attack against a South Vietnam hamlet (06:06). The Viet Cong soldiers jog through the jungle with branches on their backs for camouflage. They march past an overturned Caltex tanker truck (06:40). South Vietnamese prisoners are marched off for interrogation. Communist supporters in the hamlet welcome the Viet Cong with dancing and singing in honor of the “liberators.” Next, viewers see the demolition operations of the Viet Cong. Men wade through a body of water carrying food and equipment above their heads; in this case, the men carry bags of rice (08:31). Armed women help make up the Viet Cong’s transportation force and pass along supplies (09:00). Men and women walk reinforced bicycles loaded with supplies. A demolition expert dissembles an unexploded bomb. Viet Cong fashion boobytraps for the jungle (10:10). Viet Cong forces and members of a local community walk on a railroad (10:34), where they destroy a railroad track that leads to a derailed government train. Footage shows where explosives have created small gaps in railroad tracks. An officer uses a small model bridge to brief a guerilla unit on a demolition mission (11:41). Men squat in the jungle and prepare explosive charges. The Viet Cong climb the bridge to plant the explosives at preplanned locations. The explosives are detonated and the bridge is destroyed. The final propaganda film shown is of non-combat work of COSVN officials (13:33). Banners and signs welcome Chinese journalists to the COSVN camp. Viet Cong and Chinese officials toast each other and exchange photographs of Ho Chi Minh and Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong). A North Vietnamese entertainment troupe performs for the Chinese writers (14:12). The Chinese correspondents visit a Viet Cong printing plant, which publishes the Vietcong Liberation newspaper and other propaganda leaflets. A man demonstrates the printing press. Next, viewers see Viet Cong carry wounded soldiers to the main COSVN hospital (15:20), which is an underground hospital. Nguyen Chi Thanh, 4-star general, visits the hospital (16:19); he meets with some of the wounded men there. The film concludes with footage from the COSVN meeting to plan the winter-spring offensive of 1967, which features the COSVN’s political chief as the main speaker (17:06).

Central Office for South Vietnam was the American term for the North Vietnamese political and military headquarters inside South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Some doubted its existence but in his memoirs the American commander in South Vietnam, General William Westmoreland, spoke of it as something whose existence and importance were not in doubt.

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Beast of Berlin (1939) ALAN LADD
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Published on Apr 5, 2019
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Stars: Roland Drew, Steffi Duna, Greta Granstedt
Director: Sherman Scott

Set in Germany during Hitler's rise to power, a few courageous opponents of fascism risk their lives to overthrow the Nazi regime. Co-stars Alan Ladd in his first role large enough to receive a screen credit. (a.k.a. Hitler-Beast of Berlin)
 

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North of Arizona (1935) JACK PERRIN
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Published on Apr 6, 2019
Stars: Jack Perrin, Blanche Mehaffey, Lane Chandler
Director: Harry S. Webb

A cowboy signs on as a ranch foreman, but learns the ranch is a haven for crooks swindling gold from native Americans.
 

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"THEY CAME TO AN ISLAND" U.S. NAVY CIVIL ENGINEER CORPS WWII SEABEES CONSTRUCTION BATTALIONS 29564
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Published on Apr 14, 2019
They Came To An Island (MN-5834) is a 1946 U.S. Navy film that gives viewers a look at just some of what the Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps accomplished in the Pacific during World War II. The film opens with a shot of the Navy Department Bureau of Yards and Docks, which is headquarters to the Civil Engineer Corps. In the unit’s archives are rows and rows of file cabinets containing the files of the men who served during the war. Navy men drill in full dress (01:28). Men climb aboard a ship with their gear; cargo is loaded onto the ship by cranes. Heavy machinery and tanks are also loaded onto the ship. The men kill time sitting out on the deck of the ship (02:38), some box, and others paint. A church service is held on the deck of the ship. Aerial footage shows the sea and the ships from planes. This is followed by explosions on an island and shots of Grumman F6F Hellcats and Vought F4U Corsairs. A pontoon causeway is dropped into the water. Seabees build a dock out of the pontoon bridges (05:43). Trucks drive off the ship and onto the makeshift dock as they head to the island. A tractor plows grass and clears underbrush. Men chainsaw down palm trees; another tractor knocks over a tree. A large tractor pulls equipment (08:00); earth is leveled and graded. Men cut logs, which are then trucked away. A blast destroys rock and a backhoe clears out the rubble to make way for an airstrip. More graters and bulldozers level the terrain. Rollers flatten the earth. 10:44 Men lay down steel Marston Mats and link them together for the air strip (10:44). Men move lumber in makeshift lumber yard on the island (11:14). The Seabees raise walls for buildings, then they put on trusses. What appears to be a Vought F4U Corsair takes off from the newly made runway (12:09). The Navy engineers set up a fuel pump. Men service a B-24 Liberator (12:51); the Liberator then takes off. There are some good shots of the island base being developed. Then the men are back at sea on their way to Iwo Jima. Men gather on deck for a briefing. The troops tend to cargo and clean their weapons (14:36). A ship in their convoy takes a direct hit off in the distance (14:58). The troops see Iwo Jima, and then the Marines move in. Seabees cling to cargo nets as they are moved from one ship to the next for landing (15:40). The Seabees head to shore in a LCVP to wait for incoming cargo. Large artillery guns are moved off the ship; trucks and other equipment are moved onto LSTs. An LST loaded with equipment heads to the beach near Mount Suribachi (18:38). Footage shows tanks, trucks, and artillery guns moving off the LSTs and onto the sand. Men form a bucket brigade line and pass along boxes and barrels of supplies. A truck gets stuck in the sand (21:07) and a bulldozer needs to tow it out. Men roll out the Marston Mats to make a better surface to drive equipment and supplies off of the LSTs. Seabees set up water hoses to distill water (23:00). The Seabees follow the Marines as they push the Japanese back on the island (23:50). A bulldozer moves earth at a new site (24:38). A lookout stands on the bulldozer blade searching for land mines. The film then shows the men living on the island, shaving, bathing, and cooking. A large shovel chips away at Mount Suribachi (26:27) and loads lava rock onto trucks. Tractors pull graters to build an airstrip, and then heavy steam rollers compact the earth. Some Seabees build a cemetery on Iwo Jima and put up grave markers. Other men walk around the cemetery looking at the graves of their brothers (28:45). There are fresh water wells, and the men shower with the new fresh water. Men build an underground medical center using leftover strips of Marston Mats (31:05); they add a weather-strip cover and then surround the building with sandbags. A bulldozer moves sand over the sandbags to camouflage the medical center. The Seabees are then back on the ships heading for Okinawa. Floating pontoons are dropped onto the water (34:24). Trucks leave the ships, driving to the island over the causeway. Trucks move through thick mud; a bulldozer pushes mud out of the way to make a more serviceable road. An aerial view of the island shows the ocean “pier” and the roads and airstrip built by the Seabees. (37:53). This is followed by a shot of “harbor” at Okinawa built by the Seabees (38:50).

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Above Us the Waves 1955
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Published on Jul 2, 2018
In World War II, the greatest threat to the British navy is the German battleship Tirpitz. Being anchored in a Norwegian fjord, it is impossible to attack it with any chance of success. But the navy trains a special commando to attack it, using little submarines to plant underwater explosives under it.

Director: Ralph Thomas
Writers: Charles Esme Thornton Warren (book) (as Charles E.T. Warren M.B.E.), James D. Benson (book) (as James Benson)
Stars: John Mills, John Gregson, Donald Sinden
 

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DC Wings Over Vietnam The Missions 5of8 Spookies Spectres and Shadows
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Published on Jun 1, 2014
 

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Secrets Of War, Vietnam 03 Special Operations
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Published on Dec 23, 2015
 

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Sea Hunt Remembered: Betty Frazee, Girl In The Trunk - S03E11
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Published on Apr 23, 2019
In many Sea Hunt episodes, stunt divers were not named in the credits. Alec talks to Betty Frazee who performed underwater in Sea Hunt plus many Silver Springs promotions, modelling and magazine covers.

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Ross Kemp in Afghanistan: Ross Deploys to Afghanistan | Ross Kemp Extreme World
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Published on Apr 23, 2019
With training complete, Ross Kemp deploys to Afghanistan to catch up with the Royal Anglians who are already in theatre. Whilst there, The 1st Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment heads to the front line in Afghanistan where Ross Kemp discovers the truth about war in one of the world's most dangerous and volatile regions.

Ross Kemp journeys to Britains front line in Afghanistan with his BAFTA winning documentary team to experience first hand the British Army's attempts at bringing peace to one of the worlds most dangerous war zones and to witness the Army's attempts at bringing about a sea change in this hugely volatile region. The series chronicles the experiences of British soldiers as they adapt to life in a hostile environment, battle against a fanatical enemy; the Taliban, and attempt to win the hearts and minds of the local population. Ross also meets soldiers families in the UK to see how they cope when their loved ones are away as well as meeting the families of soldiers who didn't make it home alive.

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