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Crucible of empire the Spanish American war

An account of the United States' war with Spain beginning in 1898 which eventually led to U.S. control of Cuba and the Philippines, and later resulted in the independence of those two countries. Explains the United States' experiment in imperialism, which it later decided against.

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  • "Col. Bernt Balkin"
  • "Spanish-American War"
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  • "An account of the United States' war with Spain beginning in 1898 which eventually led to U.S. control of Cuba and the Philippines, and later resulted in the independence of those two countries. Explains the United States' experiment in imperialism, which it later decided against."@en
  • "Provides an account of the United States' war with Spain in 1898 which led to U.S. involvement in Cuba and the Philippines. Uses original footage and period photographs, newspaper headlines, more than a dozen popular songs from the 1890s, and interviews with some of America's most prominent historians. Tells how issues of race, economy, technology, yellow journalism, and public opinion propelled America into the Spanish-American War."
  • "" ... examines the colorful characters and historic events surrounding this 100-year-old war and its relevance through the 20th century. Using reenactments, interviews with noted authors and popular historians, and more than a dozen newly arranged popular songs from the period, Crucible of empire looks at the influence of race, economics, new technologies and the news media on America's decision to go to war"--Container."
  • "Filmed a century after the U.S.S. Maine exploded in Havana Harbor, this program narrated by Edward James Olmos examines the events and attitudes that led to the Spanish-American War, followed by an exploration of the conflict and its outcome. Early film footage and period photographs of battle scenes, interviews with some of America's most prominent historians, and intriguing analogies to late-20th-century foreign policy make Crucible of Empire an essential documentary on the watershed event that transformed the U.S.A. into a world power."@en
  • "Detailed analysis of the Spanish-American war and US expansionism in Cuba and The Philippines (1898-1906). Examines key figures, policies and events. Features expert interviews, dramatic re-enactments, contemporary propaganda and songs. Includes extensive archival footage and stills."@en
  • "Filmed a century after the U.S.S. Maine exploded in Havana Harbor, this program narrated by Edward James Olmos examines the events and attitudes that led to the Spanish-American War, followed by an exploration of the conflict and its outcome. Early film footage and period photographs of battle scenes, interviews with some of America's most prominent historians, and intriguing analogies to late-20th-century foreign policy make Crucible of Empire an essential documentary on the watershed event that transformed the U.S.A. into a world power. Distributed by PBS Distribution. (120 minutes)."@en
  • "Crucible of Empire demonstrates how and why the Spanish-American War constitutes such an important milestone in U.S. history. This program examines the events and attitudes that led to war, followed by an exploration of the conflict and its outcome. Early film footage and stills of battle scenes, plus rich visuals, a compelling story, and intriguing analogies to current foreign policy make Crucible of Empire a riveting documentary."@en
  • "Examines the colorful characters and historic events surrounding this 100-year-old war and its relevance through the 20th century. Using reenactments, interviews with noted authors and popular historians, and more than a dozen newly arranged popular songs from the period, Crucible of empire looks at the influence of race, economics, new technologies and the news media on America's decision to go to war."
  • "An account of the United States' war with Spain beginning in 1898 which eventually led to U.S. control of Cuba and the Philippines, and later resulted in the independence of those two countries. Explains the United States' experiment in imperialism, which it later decided against. Tells the story of the war from all perspectives, not just the American side."
  • "An account of the United States' war with Spain beginning in 1898 which eventually led to U.S. control of Cuba and the Philippines and later resulted in the independence of Cuba and the Philippines. Explains the United States' experiment in imperialism, which it later decided against."

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  • "Historical reenactments (Television programs)"
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