Hollywood and the military have cooperated in the movie-making business for over 90 years. Archival news film and footage and historical photos spotlight the propaganda of the Russian Revolution, Nazi propaganda in World War II, the Gulf War, as well as the PR blitzes of Britain's political scene. DVD 9766; Video/C 8397 Documentary on the way the warring nations of Japan and the United States used the media to influence public opinion on the home front during World War II through films, newsreels, and postures that used hyperbole, overstatement, and exaggeration to keep the hate alive and support each country's war effort. Location filming by omnipresent government cameramen helps lend a raw, earthy feel to the desperate, life-and-death struggle against General Francisco Franco's Nationalist insurgents. DVD 8819 A documentary account of the front line medicine practiced under Dr.The Pentagon uses the movies as part of a larger public relations effort aimed at selling the armed forces to the American public. Clips from propaganda classics Battleship Potemkin, The Triumph of the Will, and the Eternal Jew are also included. Jointly produced by American and Japanese filmmakers, this program incorporates archival footage, and interviews with several historians. Distributed as a propaganda film in the United States and England to help garner public and international support for the Republican-coalition forces. Norman Bethune and volunteer medical personnel during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939.) Their work with 'blood banks,' transfusion and field surgery laid the groundwork for further medical advances in later years. Material scenarized and edited by Paul Strand, Leo Hurwitz. DVD X336; vhs Video/C MM1225 Directed by Karl Ritter.The maneuver consisted of a system in which subliminal mind-altering technology was carried on standard radiofrequency broadcasts.The March 26, 1991 news-brief states that among the standard military planning groups in the centre of US war planning operations at Riyadh was "an unbelievable and highly classified Psy Ops program utilizing silent sound techniques". DVD 3726 These four silent films explain essential news and propaganda functions of the movies during the Great War of 1914-1918.The entire war is covered, from the initial German commitment in 1936 to the fall of Madrid in March 1939. DVD 3853 Credits: Screenplay, Lillian Hellman, John Dos Passos, and Archibald Mac Leish; photography, John Ferno; film editor, Helen van Dongen; music, Marc Blitzstein, Virgil Thomson; narrator, Ernest Hemingway (alternative track on DVD 717 version: Orson Welles). Dramatizes the effects of the fascist uprising and invasion on the ordinary citizen, using actual scenes of the fighting. DVD 717; also on DVD X1698; VHS 931 Film biography of Adolph Hitler produced as a propaganda film in England during World War II, using recreations and English-language. Office of War Information, Domestic Branch, Bureau of Motion Pictures (1944, 17 min.) -- Close harmony / sponsored by General Motors (1942, 11 min.) -- Farmer Henry Browne / U. Dept of Agriculture (1942, 11 min.) -- Japanese relocation / U. Office of War Information, Domestic Branch, Bureau of Motion Pictures (1943, 9 min.) -- Negro colleges in wartime / U. Office of War Information, Domestic Branch, Bureau of Motion Pictures (1943, 9 min.).[ The International Working Group on Video Surveillance (IWGVS) published an open letter to the Mayor of London Sadiq Kahn on 27th January 2017 , asking him to reverse a decision of his predecessor Boris Johnson.This article lays out the back story to that letter.
He saw that reform by administrative processes was much swifter and was protected from the views of those who didn't agree, whom he dubbed "the obstructive minority" .In 1929, further to inspiring a parliamentary committee to investigate Ministers' Powers, then Lord Chief Justice, Lord Hewart coined the phrase "Administrative Lawlessness" to describe a worrying trend in English politics - the exercise of arbitrary power, where decisions are made in the shadows, not based on evidence and without proper scrutiny.Hewart wrote : "Arbitrary power is certain in the long run to become despotism, and there is danger, if the so-called method of administrative "law", which is essentially lawlessness, is greatly extended, of the loss of those hardly won liberties which it has taken centuries to establish." In 2017 Hewart's language may seem antiquated but in our not so distant past words like "liberty", "constitution" and "freedoms" were in common usage.Is it appropriate for the military to rewrite film scripts in exchange for its cooperation? And should the military be involved in the entertainment business at all? Documentary presenting the Spanish Civil War from the Nationalist (Nazi) perspective. DVD X4761; vhs 935 Explains the specialized oratory leaders have used to convince Americans to go into battle. In those days before television and radio, fiction films in movie theaters were the most widely shared public experience while news films presented the most detailed and potent images of military life and front line action. Includes scenes of President Woodrow Wilson, General Jack Pershing, recruitment and training of soldiers, major land battles, naval and aerial operations, everyday life of the soldier, and the liberation of Paris.Janet’s husband Tom was out walking and she decided that she wouldn’t bother him on his mobile phone. He had composed a poem made up largely of song lyrics belonging to his favourite bands.