New York, N.Y. : New Video, p2001
2 videodiscs (ca. 150 min.) : sd., b&w with col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
0767035674, 0767035682 (v. I), 0767035690 (v. II), Language:
Title from container
"The History Channel and the History Channel logo are registered trademarks of A&E Television Networks."--Container
Programs originally aired on the History Channel
Volumes I & II originally aired as: Tora, tora, tora : the true story of Pearl Harbor; volume III originally aired as: Biography : Admiral Chester Nimitz
"The definitive documentary of the day that will forever live in infamy."--Container
Special features: Pearl Harbor facts, interactive menus, scene selection (disc 1); Bonus program: "America's five-star heroes : the Pacific commanders," interactive menus, scene selection (disc 2)
"In Japanese, tora means "tiger." In December of 1941, "tiger, tiger, tiger" was the code phrase that unleashed one of history's most devastating surprise attacks. But the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor also awakened the "sleeping giant" of American military might, and in the process, sealed Japan's fate"--Container
v. I., pts. I & II. Tora, tora, tora : the true story of Pearl Harbor (ca. 100 min.) -- v. II. Admiral Chester Nimitz : thunder of the Pacific (ca. 50 min.)
Related Searches: Nimitz, Chester W. -- 1885-1966 -- (Chester William),Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941 -- HistoryWorld War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- History -- Pacific OceanDocumentary filmsDVDAdded--01/4
Additional Credits: Haffner, CraigLusitana, Donna EVerklan, Laura MReda, LouHoran, DonStahl, NormanGreystone CommunicationsHistory Channel (Television network)New Video GroupArts and Entertainment Network
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