Featuring the United States Marines during some of their finest hours in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam
Our US Marines Bloodiest Battles DVD set includes a set of four revealing DVDs capturing the involvement of the US Marines in three epic wars. These are original unedited war movies from the National Archives, recounting the heroic efforts and triumphs of the United States Marines in vivid detail. Enjoy the following features:
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- Includes four DVDs featuring eleven captivating films:
- With the Marines at Tarawa (1944) - Witness the actual amphibious landing by the U.S. Marines, the capture of a major Japanese airbase on Tarawa and the raising of the United States flag.
- The Battle for the Marianas (1944) - Watch as the U.S. Army, Navy and Marines join forces to wrest control of the Japanese-held islands.
- Fury in the Pacific (1945) - Combat cameramen risked their lives to film the intense Battle of Angaur and the invasion of Peleliu Island.
- Solomon Islands (1945) - The US Marine Corps ends the Japanese occupation of the Solomon Islands, plus actual footage of Admiral "Bull" Halsey and Admiral Chester Nimitz.
- Appointment in Tokyo (1945) - See U.S. soldiers on the Bataan Death March and Marines raising the U.S. flag on Iwo Jima.
- Operation Inchon (1951) - An amazing documentary on the U.N. forces in Korea and the invasion of Inchon during August and September 1950.
- One Year in Korea (1951) - Watch actual footage of the U.S. marines landing at Inchon with General MacArthur, Marines evacuating from Hungnam and more.
- The Marines in Korea (1953) - Get up close with footage taken on the Korean War battlefields, plus amazing film of amphibious operations.
- Report on Marine Activities '66 (1966) - Watch an intense report on U.S. Marine activities, including footage of Marines in action, and recovery efforts and combat.
- A Day in Vietnam (1967) - Stunning U.S. Navy and Marine Corps footage, from Da Nang in 1965 to the extensive combat operations and air strikes of 1967.
- The Battle of Khe Sanh (1969) - Strategic air power and ground forces combine in Khe Sanh, considered by many to be the most important single battle of the Vietnam War.
- Digitally remastered for pristine quality to give you the highest quality collection of war films available anywhere
- Total run time: Approximately 305 minutes
- This program is not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.