Creatorproduced by Anthony Potter Productions in association wtih REG, Reeves Entertainment Group ; written by Anthony Potter ; producers, William T. Cartwright, Anthony Potter ; created by Herb Schmertz ; executive producer, Alan Landsburg
1 videocasstte (51 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 1/2 in
Photographers, John Murphy, Jose Mignone, Mark Grossan; editors, William T. Cartwright, Richard Beck; graphics, Michael Ann Heinemann; music, William Loose, Jack Tillar; historical consultant, Robin W. Winks
Pt. 13. Hitler invades Poland on September 1, 1939. A deceiving lull precedes the fall of France and the rest of Europe. American public opinion wavers between intervention and neutrality. Pt. 14. The close personal friendship between Roosevelt and Churchill affects the history of the Western world, as Roosevelt proposes the lend-lease program, allowing the U.S. to arm Britain for its war with Germany while remaining neutral.
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