The new Europe [videorecording] : a certain amount of violence / produced in association with Suddeutscher Rundfunk and Time-Life Films.
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New Europe, a certain amount of violence
Certain amount of violence
Container title: Europe, the mighty continent
British Broadcasting Corporation.
Europe -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1970.
Europe -- Economic integration.
Europe -- History -- 1945-
Europe -- History -- 20th century.
European Economic Community.
Hungary -- History -- Revolution, 1956.
Poland -- History -- Uprising, 1956.
Suez Canal (Egypt)
World politics -- 1955-1965.
Europe, the mighty continent ; 12
1 videocassette (52 min.) : sd., col. & b&w ; 1/2 in.
Includes public performance rights.
This series traces the history of Europe between 1900 and 1975 and includes film clips and photographs from documentary archives. Analyzes major historical developments in Europe in the mid-1950's. This segment discusses the Soviet suppression of the Polish and Hungarian revolts, British and French involvement in the Suez, and the formation of the European Economic Community. During this same period a cultural revolution was taking place; the New Left was born.
Writer/narrator, John Terraine ; personal comment, Peter Ustinov ; camera, Kenneth MacMillan, David Whitson ; editor, Allan Tyrer ; producer, Peter Morley ; music, David Stone ; historical consultants, Professor Martin Greiffenhagen ... [et al.].
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