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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 New Jersey World War II Memorial: A Veteran's Day Tribute

New Jersey World War II Memorial, The

This program documents the 2008 Veteran's Day Dedication Ceremony in Trenton of the New Jersey World War II Memorial, which honors the more than 560,000 New Jersey men and women who served in the armed forces during the war, and especially the more than 13,000 who gave their lives in support of a cause they believed in; it also interweaves actual archival footage shot to help viewers better understand the courage and grace of the men and woman known as the "Greatest Generation." The theme of the day was "Victory," and the centerpiece of the memorial is "Lady Victory," a 12-foot, one-ton bronze sculpture who stands on a 5-foot granite pedestal beneath a copper dome supported by granite pillars, holding a sword in her left hand and a wreath of peace in her right; beneath her striding feet are the flags of the defeated. The pillars represent the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Corps, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine and bear the names of the state's 16 WW II Medal of Honor recipients. Behind the statue are two more bronze sculptures: the "Lone Soldier"; also a battlefield grave marker, which symbolize the fallen warrior. The sculptures are the work of Thomas Jay Warren of Rogue River, Oregon, who previously worked on the state's Vietnam Veterans' Memorial in Holmdel and Korean War Veterans' Memorial in Atlantic City. Produced by Ethan Lefkowitz Productions. 2009 IJSCA 90 min.
Note: An edited version, The New Jersey World War II Memorial: A Veteran's Day Tribute - Level 1, is available.
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