To the Shores of Iwo Jima, made in 1945, by the US Military documents the landings and some of the fiercest combat of the war in the Pacific.
This was one of the most graphic of the War Bond films, intended to shock the American public into Action. Raw and unflinching, this film follows Marines into battle and focuses on the…
A photographic record by U.S. Coast Guard combat photographers. This film pictures the preparations & invasion of Europe in 1944.
This is a dramatic documentary account of the American invasion of Iwo Jima. A perfect companion to “To The Shores of Iwo Jima”
Made by the US Marine Corps & Coast Guards this shows us midnight in all the Allied theatres. Shows London bombing, landings in the Pacific and attacks on Japanese Shipping.
On the 15th May 1944 the US Guadalcanal captured the German submarine U-505. Produced by the US Navy this is the story of the action.
This US Navy documentary tells the story of the capture of Guam in 1944.
US Marine Corp & Coast Guard film about a bombing raid against the Japanese mainland from the US Carrier fleet as they await the raids return.
This film examines the U.S. Army & Marine effort to take Saipan, a 35, day operation that cost the enemy 16,000 men and established a U.S. airbase 1,500 miles from Japan.
This documentary tells the overall story of the Pacific war, focusing on the material produced by the American industrial complex. Produced for the Naval Workers Digest.