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Subject: History

World War II Series

A series of award-winning documentaries that tell significant stories of WW II, many that only now can be told. Programs available on 15 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 15-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
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The Women's Army Corps: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (cc)

Women's Army Corps, The: Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (cc)

"Highly Recommended. A fitting and lasting tribute to the women who served in the US Women's Army Corps." -Ed. Media Review
Throughout the history of the United States, women have played significant roles in support of the military services. In World War I, women were allowed to enlist in the US Navy and the US Marine Corps, but it was not until May, 1942, with the establishment of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, that women were allowed to augment the US Army, filling "behind the lines" positions and freeing up men for combat assignments. One year later, congress granted full military status to women through creation of the Women's Army Corps, and from that time until its disestablishment in 1978, the Women's Army Corps proved to be an essential component in the US defense effort. However, since its inception, the Women's Army Corps had to struggle to gain equal status and benefits for its members. This program, narrated by Emmy Award-winning actress Mariette Hartley, and filled with historical footage and interviews with prior directors and members of the Women's Army Corps, documents that struggle, as well as the extraordinary contributions made by members of the Women's Army Corps who served with unparalleled pride and valor. The program also shows how the efforts of women's rights activists led to the eventual disestablishment of the Women's Army Corps and ultimately to the full integration of women into the US Army. Produced by Dane Hansen Productions. 02/08/CC Closed-Captioned JSCA 30 min.





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