Debates on the Historical Merits of Films Depicting WWII
Service on Celluloidis a captivating podcast of The NationalWW II Museum that takes a deep look at depictions of World War II on film over the last 70-plus years. In-house experts at the museum, along with special guests, hold lively debates on the historical merits of treasured classics and smaller films alike. Films highlighted in this series include Fury, Saving Private Ryan, Schindler’s List, The Great Escape, and Twelve O’Clock High. This entertaining series examines Hollywood’s portrayals—good and bad—of the twentieth century’s most dramatic event. Listen online and subscribe on iTunes, SoundCloud, or Stitcher.
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