All This And World War II The Original Soundtrack

All this and World War II: the musical score - When 23 artists sing

All this and World War II: the musical score
MP3 | 128 Kbps | 98 Mb
When 23 artists sing “The Beatles”
VA - All This And World War II (1976) [2015, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

VA - All This And World War II (1976/2015)
2CD | EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 688 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 246 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Classic Rock, Soundtrack | Universal Music/Island Records #B0022414-02

All This and World War II is a 1976 musical documentary that juxtaposes Beatles songs, performed by a number of musicians, with World War II newsreel footage and 20th Century Fox films from the 1940s. It lasted two weeks in cinemas and was quickly sent into storage. The original intention of the filmmakers was to use actual Beatles music in the film. The decision to use other artists covering Beatles music was made by the film's producers after they realised additional money could be made through a soundtrack album. The decision was a sound one, as the soundtrack actually generated more revenue than the film. The album reached number 23 on the UK album charts, with a total of seven weeks on the chart…

VA - All This And World War II (2 CD) 1976  

Posted by socola78 at Dec. 23, 2009
VA - All This And World War II (2 CD) 1976

VA - All This And World War II (2 CD) 1976
Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG + Cover | 1H 36 Min | 2 CD | 615.3 Mb
Label: Riva (UK), 20th Century (U.S.) | Released: November 5, 1976

All This and World War II is a 1976 musical documentary that juxtaposes Beatles songs, performed by a number of musicians, with World War II newsreel footage and 20th Century Fox films from the 1940s. It lasted a week in movie theaters and was quickly sent into storage, although it did play a midnight show at Landmark's Nuart Theatre in Los Angeles in June 2007.
The Best War Ever: America and World War II, Second Edition

The Best War Ever: America and World War II (The American Moment), Second Edition by Michael C. C. Adams
2015 | ISBN: 1421416670 | English | 184 pages | EPUB | 2.3 MB
War Comes Again: Comparative Vistas on the Civil War and World War II

David Eisenhower and G. S. Boritt, "War Comes Again: Comparative Vistas on the Civil War and World War II"
English | ISBN: 019508845X | 1985 | 308 pages | PDF | 15 MB
Handbook on German Military Forces (World War II from Original Sources)

Handbook on German Military Forces (World War II from Original Sources) by Bob Carruthers
English | July 1, 2013 | ISBN: 1781592152 | 640 Pages | AZW3/PDF (conv) | 128 MB

The Handbook On German Military Forces is an indispensable primary reference source for historians and enthusiasts. In 1945, the Allies were still engaged in bitter fighting against stiff resistance from the German armies in the west.
One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies, and World War II

One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies, and World War II by M. Todd Bennett
English | 2012 | ISBN: 0807835749 | 384 pages | PDF | 5,8 MB

World War II coincided with cinema's golden age. Movies now considered classics were created at a time when all sides in the war were coming to realize the great power of popular films to motivate the masses.

World War II The Lost Color Archives Extra  

Posted by vman at May 22, 2013
World War II The Lost Color Archives Extra

World War II The Lost Color Archives Extra
DVDrip | 384x512 | XviD MPEG-4 @ 1948 Kbps | 45 mn | Audio: English AAC 192 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 181 MB
Genre: Documentary

In the 1980s determined researchers began scouring the world for color film shot during World War II, and the result of their quest is spectacular. Seeing the war through the ubiquitous black-and-white footage has always made the experience somewhat distant, but in clear, crisp color, the enormity of the war and its horrors is startling and dramatic. Films of Nazi rallies are all the more disturbing; a viewer seeing the scene in color realizes the massive crowds saluting Hitler are no longer gray and faceless masses, but gatherings of well- dressed civilians. Color combat footage, from across Europe and the Pacific, is frighteningly immediate, and some of it, showing the wounded, the dead, and even prisoners being executed, will no doubt be disturbing for many viewers. Violence and destruction on an unimaginable scale is vividly put on display, as are smaller moments of soldiers smiling for the camera or liberated prisoners from the concentration camps staring in pained bewilderment. The episodes, produced by the History Channel, are introduced by veteran journalist Roger Mudd, and the narration for each individual segment typically contains excerpts from letters and diaries describing events close to those depicted in the film footage. The footage used is of a surprisingly high quality (much of it was shot and stored away, virtually unseen for decades), and it provides a stunning look at how the war appeared to those fighting it.
World War II The Lost Color Archives 3of3 Triumph and Despair

World War II The Lost Color Archives 3of3 Triumph and Despair
DVDrip | 384x512 | XviD MPEG-4 @ 1948 Kbps | 45 mn | Audio: English AAC 192 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 700 MB
Genre: Documentary

In the 1980s determined researchers began scouring the world for color film shot during World War II, and the result of their quest is spectacular. Seeing the war through the ubiquitous black-and-white footage has always made the experience somewhat distant, but in clear, crisp color, the enormity of the war and its horrors is startling and dramatic. Films of Nazi rallies are all the more disturbing; a viewer seeing the scene in color realizes the massive crowds saluting Hitler are no longer gray and faceless masses, but gatherings of well- dressed civilians. Color combat footage, from across Europe and the Pacific, is frighteningly immediate, and some of it, showing the wounded, the dead, and even prisoners being executed, will no doubt be disturbing for many viewers. Violence and destruction on an unimaginable scale is vividly put on display, as are smaller moments of soldiers smiling for the camera or liberated prisoners from the concentration camps staring in pained bewilderment. The episodes, produced by the History Channel, are introduced by veteran journalist Roger Mudd, and the narration for each individual segment typically contains excerpts from letters and diaries describing events close to those depicted in the film footage. The footage used is of a surprisingly high quality (much of it was shot and stored away, virtually unseen for decades), and it provides a stunning look at how the war appeared to those fighting it.
World War II The Lost Color Archives 2of3 Total War

World War II The Lost Color Archives 2of3 Total War
DVDrip | 384x512 | XviD MPEG-4 @ 1948 Kbps | 45 mn | Audio: English AAC 192 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None | 700 MB
Genre: Documentary

In the 1980s determined researchers began scouring the world for color film shot during World War II, and the result of their quest is spectacular. Seeing the war through the ubiquitous black-and-white footage has always made the experience somewhat distant, but in clear, crisp color, the enormity of the war and its horrors is startling and dramatic. Films of Nazi rallies are all the more disturbing; a viewer seeing the scene in color realizes the massive crowds saluting Hitler are no longer gray and faceless masses, but gatherings of well- dressed civilians. Color combat footage, from across Europe and the Pacific, is frighteningly immediate, and some of it, showing the wounded, the dead, and even prisoners being executed, will no doubt be disturbing for many viewers. Violence and destruction on an unimaginable scale is vividly put on display, as are smaller moments of soldiers smiling for the camera or liberated prisoners from the concentration camps staring in pained bewilderment. The episodes, produced by the History Channel, are introduced by veteran journalist Roger Mudd, and the narration for each individual segment typically contains excerpts from letters and diaries describing events close to those depicted in the film footage. The footage used is of a surprisingly high quality (much of it was shot and stored away, virtually unseen for decades), and it provides a stunning look at how the war appeared to those fighting it.