Untold History of the United States

Untold History of the United States

Part 3-4

DVD - 2014
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Twelve-chapter documentary series, created and executive produced by Academy Award-winning writer/director Oliver Stone. Do Americans really know and understand the country's shared and complicated history? How are the small details and forgotten players that influenced some of the biggest events from America's past recalled? Will children actually get the whole story from reading history books? And how will it affect the future of the country?
Publisher: Burbank California :, Warner Bros. Entertainment,, [2014]
Edition: Widescreen
Description: 2 videodiscs of 4 (approximately 398 minutes) : sound, black & white, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Branch Call Number: DVD 973.91 Unt


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Sep 17, 2020

Necessary for all to read, especially those among us who are the first ones to jump to support the Government when we are about to invade another country or start another war. All books are biased, this one too but it is widely documented and backup by reliable sources, just follow the footnotes.

Nov 22, 2019

Disappointing. Mostly opinion. Does not support opinion with fact. Shows you lots of pictures, though.

ravenheart Feb 02, 2014

Exceptional. Over the years, through my own study, I've come to know quite a bit of the great historical information contained in this set, but I've never come across such a comprehensive single source. It's well researched and factual, unlike much of what we hear and read about history. If you get most of your news from TV and don't read very extensively about history from reputable historians, you'll likely watch this with considerable disbelief. Propaganda abounds in much of what is written and reported about events in our history, so it really takes some serious digging, skepticism, and logic, to come to the truth of things. If you were to only ever watch one historical documentary, it should be this one. (The only negative comment I have is about a brief section of the film that demonizes private gun ownership. It's wishful thinking to believe that guns aren't required to defend yourself, family, and property, especially given how extensively the film outlines the rampant worldwide theft of resources, and human rights violations. Guns are essential because when it comes down to it, you're the only one who cares about you and your family.)

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