Crucible of empire the Spanish- American War

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Crucible of empire the Spanish- American War
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Great Projects Film Company
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[Alexandria, Virginia]
PBS Home Video
Full-screen version
1 videodisc (120 min.) : sound, color and black & white ; 4 3/4 in.
Originally broadcast on PBS in 1999.
That battleship of "Maine" -- The only recourse -- Playing the Cuba story -- Steps to war -- They are our redeemers - - To Cuba -- The liberator -- One man and all our institutions -- The Philippine disaster -- Epilogue.
Director of photography, Roger T. Grange, III ; editor, Ted Winterburn ; graphic design, Clive Helfet ; music, T.O. Sterrett ; advisors, James C. Bradford ... [et al.] ; executive producers, Kenneth Mandell, Daniel B. Polin.
An account of the United States' war with Spain beginning in 1898 which eventually led to U.S. control of Cuba and the Philippines, and later resulted in the independence of those two countries. Explains the United States' experiment in imperialism, which it later decided against. Tells the story of the war from all perspectives, not just the American side.
Not rated.
a production of Great Projects Film Company, Inc. in association with South Carolina ETV ; written and produced by Daniel A. Miller and Daniel B. Polin ; directed by Daniel A. Miller ; based on an idea by Leon Wolff and Perry Wolff
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