Walter Cronkite Remembers the 20th Century (Television, Politics & JFK) VHS, RDWC-01-GW/1, 1997 Documentry.
A Remarkable Century! Relive what happened during this last century, as America's most trusted newsman shares his personal eyewitness experiences and insights gained from his front row seat to the 20th Century. Experience the gripping scenes caught by camera and broadcast to the world. Some of the events covered in this award-winning six hour documentary include: The Great Depression, the rise of organized crime, World War I, World War II, The Cold War, the raising of the Iron Curtain, the fall of the Berlin Wall, civil rights, women's rights, the race for space, a man on the moon, a president assassinated, a president resigning. Plus, we learn about a country called Vietnam, missles in October and a place called the Bay of Pigs. This revealing program features never-before broadcast home movies and still photos from the Cronkite family, plus rare historic film, newsreel clips and photos from the CBS News Archives, the Library of Congress, the National Archives, United Press and AP Photo, among dozens of other national, university, state, city and private archives. But good or bad times, we have made it through and one man has been there all along: Walter Cronkite.
This VHS deals with Politics, JFK and Television (1 Tape Only) Like New, has been opened but very bright cover, tape plays perfect.