|C is for Communist Vol. 5 - DVD|
Atomic Age Classics
This collection features films produced in the afterglow of America's victory against tyranny in World War II to educate the public about the Cold War menace of the Soviet Union.
You'll view 1945's Russia at War, which heralds the Russians as a great ally who helped America defeat Nazi Germany; 1963's What is Communism, which features a lecture about the evils of communism by celebrated FBI double agent Herbert Philbrick; 1960's Red Myth: International Communism, which examines how Soviet communism strayed from its ideological roots to a repressive authoritarian state; 1950's Yankee Go Home, which discusses Soviet propaganda; and 1951's Crusade Report, which details the progress of the private fundraising campaign to use radio transmitters to broadcast the American ideal to freedom-hungry listeners in communist countries. B&W, 1 hr. 54 min.
|Top Gun Over Moscow - DVD |
For half a century we feared them. Now, for the first time, meet the rugged pilots of the Russian Air Force - and take a close-up look at the heart-stopping maneuvers that still fill Western flyers with awe. And find out why Western aces see these fearless flyers as a formidable force - honing their dogfight tactics over the technology we so depend on. "We build our planes like fine watches," notes one American expert. "And they build theirs like tanks." 60 minutes.
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