The mighty continent [videorecording] : a view of Europe in the Twentieth century / produced in association with Suddeutscher Rundfunk and Time-Life Films.

; Time-Life Films ; British Broadcasting Corporation ; Süddeutscher Rundfunk
New York : Ambrose Video Publishing [distributor], 1976.

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Other Title Container title: Europe, the mighty continent
Mighty continent, a view of Europe in the Twentieth century
View of Europe in the Twentieth century
Other Authors Terraine, John.
British Broadcasting Corporation.
Süddeutscher Rundfunk.
Time-Life Films.
Subjects Documentary films.
Europe -- History -- 20th century.
Motion pictures.
Description 13 videocassettes (ca. 52 min. each) : sd., col. & b&w ; 1/2 in.
Summary This series traces the history of Europe between 1900 and 1975 and includes film clips and photographs from documentary archives.
Contents 1. The glory of Europe, 1900 : hey-day fever -- 2. The ruling houses, 1900 : the day of empires has arrived -- 3. The social classes, 1900 : a world to win -- 4. The years 1904-1914 ; the drums begin to roll -- 5. The Great War ; this generation has no future -- 6. The results of war: are we making a good peace -- 7. The League of Nations : the hope of mankind -- 8. Rise of the dictators : form! Riflemen, form! -- 9. The English, D-Day and the Holocaust : with hardship their garment -- 10. The Allies, the end of war : human rights, fundamental freedoms -- 11. The aftermath : how the mighty are fallen -- 12. The new Europe : a certain amount of violence -- 13. The search for unity : a European idea.
Production Credits 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.].
System Requirements VHS.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)426120840
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