Video by 

David Barton



America's Godly Heritage


Discover the beliefs of the Founders concerning the role of Biblical principles in education, government, and public affairs. VHS




Pearl Harbor



The History Channel Presents: Pearl Harbor


Go beyond the wartime headlines for a revealing, in -depth exploration of World War II's most notorious first strike as experienced by both the Japanese attackers and U.S. forces on the ground. Witness as never before the prelude, onslaught and aftermath of the assault, from Japanese Zero pilots recalling the textbook-perfect execution of their plans, to American servicemen fighting to survive the nightmarish inferno of the battle. With gripping archival combat footage, deeply moving personal accounts and richly detailed historical analysis, it's an unprecedented journey back in time to relive this history-changing day of infamy. VHS



The Ten Boon Family



The Hiding Place


The tremendous true-life story of Corrie Ten Boon and her family during the Nazi occupation. The Ten Boon family risked their lives to save Jews.  Corrie was the only member of her family to survive the death camps. VHS







The Silent Option


An in-depth, action packed look into what it takes and what itís like to be one of our nation's military elite. Good info and footage on training, weapons, and tactics. VHS



For Kids of All Ages




Our country 'tis of thee! Schroeder's report shows how tunes almost every school kid knows are linked to our history. VHS



China Cry





Growing up in Shanghai in 1941, little Nora Lam lived like a princess until the bombs dropped and Japanese soldiers seized her house. Years later, threatened by the Communist regime that now envelops her country, Nora cries to God for salvation. Miracles follow. A heroic account of one woman's faith in God. 103 minutes. VHS



The Bloodiest Battle





Three days in the summer of 1863, at a place called Gettysburg. Although it received a theatrical release, this four-hour depiction of the bloody Civil War battle was shot as a made-for-television film. But no taint of cheapness or shortcuts should stick to this magnificent picture. Based on Michael Shaara's book The Killer Angels, this film takes a refreshingly slow, thorough approach to the intricacies of battle. In ordinary circumstances, those intricacies might seem of importance only to fans of military strategy or Civil War enthusiasts, yet in Gettysburg they come across as the very stuff of life, death, and unexpected heroism.



The Korean Conflict



The Korean War: 

Our Time In Hell


This two-tape boxed set, subtitled Our Time in Hell, provides an excellent chronology of the conflict in Korea. Produced by Discovery Channel, it makes good use of interviews with Korean War veterans from both sides of the fighting, as well as extensive use of archival footage. Rare film shot early in the conflict, in 1950, by a crew from NBC News, provides vivid testimony about the ferocity of the fighting. The video offers a very solid history of the conflict (the late historian Clay Blair, an expert on the Korean War, served as a historical consultant for the video production) and is particularly strong at providing a lucid account of how the tide of battle repeatedly surged back and forth between the Communist and United Nations forces during the first year of the war. VHS



Shocking  New Revelations



Nazis-Warning From History


A BBC series originally brought to American audiences by the History Channel. It may sound unlikely, but chances are viewers will feel they are hearing the story of Adolf Hitler and the rise of the Nazi party for the first time. There's a reason for that: a considerable amount of information and film footage incorporated into the program is relatively new and unknown to the general public, much of it discovered in the former East Germany and other one-time Soviet bloc nations. These include striking color images of jack-booted Nazi troopers parading in Berlin, Hitler arriving at a conference, and street scenes that give this production an almost shocking immediacy.  VHS Set



U.S. Army

Film Documentary



Death Camps


This is the official film documentary recorded by the United States Army of the Nazi Death Camps as Allied forces advanced into Germany. Although by then the fires in the Third Reich's crematoria had been reduced to smoldering ash, the remaining evidence was so unspeakably horrible that were it not for this documentary, the mind would refuse it. We are made witness to the half-dead prisoners, victims of "medical" experiments, gas chambers, and open mass graves of the camps whose names have become synonymous with human suffering and degradation. Every film frame of the Death Camps is irrefutable testimony to a lesson the world must never be permitted to forget.




A Nation Is Born




Israel: A Nation Is Born, Video Set


Witness the birth of a nation! In this exciting 5-part video series, former Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban shares his recollections of the events leading to the establishment of Israel in 1948; conflicts with its Arab neighbors, including the 1967 Six Day War and the 1973 Yom Kippur War; the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty; and more. Five videocassettes, approx. 55 minutes each






Alexander Solzhenitsyn


Solzhenitsyn's controversial commencement speech at Harvard in 1978 in its entirety! His diagnosis of the sickness of Western civilization---its materialism, decline of courage, irresponsible use of freedom, humanistic impulses, manipulation of the law---has been generating widespread discussion ever since. 65 minutes.



Based On 

The Best-Seller



Black Hawk Down


Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down conveys the raw, chaotic urgency of ground-force battle in a worst-case scenario. With exacting detail, the film re-creates the American siege of the Somalian city of Mogadishu in October 1993, when a 45-minute mission turned into a 16-hour ordeal of bloody urban warfare. Helicopter-borne U.S. Rangers were assigned to capture key lieutenants of Somali warlord Muhammad Farrah Aidid, but when two Black Hawk choppers were felled by rocket-propelled grenades, the U.S. soldiers were forced to fend for themselves in the battle-torn streets of Mogadishu, attacked from all sides by armed Aidid supporters. Based on author Mark Bowden's bestselling account of the battle, Scott's riveting, action-packed film follows a sharp ensemble cast in some of the most authentic battle sequences ever filmed.



History of

The Gold Rush



The Gold Rush


First televised in 1998 to mark the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the California gold rush, this excellent, entertaining PBS documentary begins with the 1848 discovery of gold nuggets on the banks of the American River. What follows is nothing less than the birth of the first entrepreneurial movement in the U.S., an era with striking similarities to the economic reinvention of the Information Age.


Narrated by John Lithgow, The Gold Rush is an all-American story about dreams and profits in a changing landscape--something with which we can surely identify today. Add this one to your video library.




In Memory of 9/11



9/11 - The Filmmakers' Commemorative Edition


On the morning of September 11, 2001, brothers Jules and Gedeon Naudet were working on a documentary about a rookie New York City firefighter. Hearing a roar in the sky, Jules turned his camera upward--just in time to film the only existing image of the first plane crashing into the World Trade Center. In a fateful instant, Jules and Gedeon became eyewitnesses to the most shocking and defining incident of our time.



Based on the bestseller 

by the late 

Stephen Ambrose


Band Of Brothers


Based on the bestseller by Stephen E. Ambrose, the epic 10-part miniseries Band of Brothers tells the story of Easy Company, 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army. Drawn from interviews with survivors of Easy Company, as well as soldiers' journals and letters, Band of Brothers chronicles the experiences of these men who knew extraordinary bravery and extraordinary fear. They were an elite rifle company parachuting into France early on D-Day morning, fighting in the Battle of the Bulge and capturing Hitler's Eagle's Nest at Berchtesgaden. They were also a unit that suffered 150 percent casualties, and whose lives became legend.



Great Minds of American History



Great Minds of American History: World War II and the Post War Era


Author of bestselling Citizen Soldiers and Undaunted Courage and biographer of Eisenhower and Nixon, Stephen Ambrose has the rare ability to tell the history of the American democracy equally well from the perspective of soldiers in trenches as from Presidents and five-star generals. In World War II and the Post War Era, a program from American Heritage's Great Minds of American History series, Ambrose tells a wealth of first-hand, personal stories--from breakfasting with a President in a diner to a tongue-tied, young Topeka soldier's meeting with Eisenhower.  Ambrose reveals his copious historical scholarship on some of the best-known figures of the last half-century, including Eisenhower, MacArthur, McCarthy, and Nixon. Ambrose is so at home with this period of history that he can make statements such as, "MacArthur lied his way out of every problem he ever got into," and back them up. Viewers should be prepared for an interesting, although disturbing, discussion of trench foot. This video will make a good addition to the history library of novices and World War II buffs alike.


You Are There



A More Perfect Union: 

America Becomes A Nation


Journey back to 1787 to witness crucial events in our nation's founding. You'll meet Madison, Washington, Franklin, and others and marvel at the labor and godly wisdom that went into drafting our Constitution. This timely reminder of the underlying principles that established and still protect our freedoms will reinforce the concept of responsible citizenship. Filmed in Philadelphia's Independence Hall and other historic sites. 114 minutes VHS

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