Military History

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Free online showing of Wings of Defeat

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on December 21, 2009

I received the following email from the creators of the documentary Wings of Defeat and thought I would share it with you.

FREE ONLINE VIEWING OF WINGS OF DEFEAT – ONE DAY ONLY

TOMORROW – TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, you can watch the award-winning documentary film about surviving Kamikaze pilots, Wings of Defeat, free of charge, at the New Day Films website, http://www.newday.com.

Just scroll down to the bottom right corner of the homepage and click on WATCH NOW in the “Free Title of the Day” section. No login or signup necessary! This is a one day offer only.

We hope you’ll take this opportunity to watch Wings of Defeat, which was broadcast on PBS in May, 2009 and received the 2009 Eric Barnouw Award from the Organization of American Historians.

WINGS OF DEFEAT HOLIDAY SALE

15% OFF AND FREE SHIPPING – LAST MINUTE HOLIDAY GIFT
Visit: http://www.wingsofdefeat.com and click on the BUY DVD button.

Happy holidays everyone and best wishes for a healthy and peaceful 2010.

Best,
Risa and Linda

Have a Merry Christmas everyone, and, if you are interested in buying this program, I do have a link in the sidebar to do so as well. I highly recommend it and you can read my review of the film here.

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