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amigomundo wrote:Ooops they forgot to include the War that got the US more that 50% or their original territory. Nah! not relevant...
I don't think there is film of it.
okay w00t!, I'm going to paint now, just stay cute and keep the bale of cotton on hold until I get back...please and thank you...
I bought one to honor our soldiers. And its a good gift for father's day.
Does it contain ALL the recent wars?
Bush's and Obama's?
For the people that have purchased these videos, Are they old old made movies or are they up to date about the wars...I hate the old nasty looking reprints and perfer something rather current about the wars With James Cagney, I guess I am barking up wrong tree and should know its old reprints. I am just wishing for better quality I guess
garyoa1 wrote:Yeah, kids today should be required to watch them. Video games might take on another meaning when they realize people actually died for us.
Good point,well said.
IRRRVERN wrote:I bought this a couple of years ago and shared it with my dad, a WWII Army Infantry vet. For the first time, dad opened up and talked about the war, how he got his Purple Heart and other medals.
Tears came to his eyes when we came accross the Battle of the Bulge. Over 2/3rds of his unit did not survive and he got his Purple Heart. Through this tin box of movies, I learned some serious family history.
Thanks so much for posting that story.
This is a good deal, the "France Stories of War" only has 6 DVD's
sharkync wrote:Does it contain ALL the recent wars?
Bush's and Obama's?
Those are not history yet. You can catch them on CNN though.
No,just from the Civil to Vietnam
omh1009 wrote:Those are not history yet. You can catch them on CNN though.
So it has Gulf War I?
gjames wrote:So it has Gulf War I?
Seems to stop at 'Nam. Look at the lettering at the bottom of the can.
hydrograffix wrote:Honest opinion on the movies in general? Was thinking about getting this for my 82 year old marine grandfather. Would he enjoy this or is the footage weak?
My 82 year old dad loved this when I got one about a year ago.
"War coverage includes Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War"
eaglesteve wrote:I agree, if my dad was still alive he would be getting this. He fought in WWII, Korea and Vietnam. Go ARMY!
Either you've got an "asian" Mom, or your Dad hates 'em all!
My Grandfather lied about his age and fought in WW1 at age ~12. Did WW2 & Korea too.
When my Uncle got drafted to go to 'Nam, G-Pa went down, lied about his age and tried to go with him, but at 60+ he wasn't able to fool 'em this time...
They say he went on a month-long bender over that one...
Don't get me wrong - the US .mil robbed THEMSELVES on that deal. That old man would have kept up with any 18 year old...
20-odd years later, he fathered my OTHER (half-)uncle at age 83. Last time I saw him he was 92 and I was 16, I said something smart-@$$ and he knocked me out cold.
He was splitting wood with an axe at 6-weeks before his 100th birthday when he had a stroke. He missed 100 by 9 days.
THAT was a MAN! - they don't make us like those any more...
So they keep having this set on sale? Guess I will have to pay more attention. Didn't even realize there was a Woot off going on. Managed to miss it while the server barfed on my logging in and then trying to find the correct password.
No cable, so we have a server around 500+ DVD's already. I like multiple discs for cheap ;)
veng1812 wrote:Just rushed to the alarm of my Wootalyzer and frantically click the buttons to BUY...only to realize it probably been going off for the past 15 mins.....ended up purchasing "America Stories of War." PLEASE cancel order ####
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