Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on October 14, 2010
I received information about this resource a few weeks ago and have meant to post it up here. For Love of Liberty tells the story of African-American contributions to America’s military history. The website will be closing soon, due to an apparent lack of funding, so go there soon to check out photos and other materials. I am making available chapters of the documentary and the film, including facilitator guides, so that this information is available to educators. Below is information about this program.
You can download the facilitator guides at this link: (I have attached them for you)
For Love of Liberty Documentary Links:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The Revolution
Chapter 3: The Civil War
Chapter 4: WWI
Chapter 5: WWII
Chapter 6: The Korean War
Chapter 7: The Vietnam War
Chapter 8: The Middle East
Chapter 9: Conclusion
You can view photos here.
Please check out this information and consider showing it to students.
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Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on July 30, 2010
Posted in 20th Century Military History, American Military History, Cold War, Global War on Terror, Gulf War/Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Korean War, US Air Force, US Army, US Coast Guard, US Marine Corps, US military, US Navy, Vietnam War, World War I, World War II | Tagged: American Legion, documentary | Leave a Comment »