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  • Terry L Parker
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      Google: "sneak attack" "Pearl Harbor"

      Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Hawaii, was attacked by Japanese torpedo and bomber planes on December 7, 1941, at 7:55 a.m. Hawaii time. The sneak attack sparked outrage in the American populace, news media, government and the world. On December 8, President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the American Congress, and the nation, to detail the attack. In that address, the president asked Congress to pass a declaration of war. Congress obliged, voted and passed the U.S. Declaration of War on Japan, on the same day. That was America's formal entry into World War II

      MoreAt http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1649.html

      At dawn on Sunday, December 7, 1941, naval aviation forces of the Empire of Japan attacked the United States Pacific Fleet center at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and other military targets. The goal of this attack was to sufficiently cripple the US Fleet so that Japan could then attack and capture the Phillipines and Indo-China and so secure access to the raw materials needed to maintain its position as a global military and economic power. This would enable Japan to further extend the empire to include Australia, New Zealand, and India (the ultimate boundaries planned for the so-called "Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere"). The prevailing belief within the Japanese military and political establishment was that eventually, with the then expected German defeat of Great Britain and Soviet Russia, the United States' non-involvement in the European war, and Japan's control of the Pacific, that the world power structure would stabilize into three major spheres of influence:
      1.) The Empire of Japan controlling East, Southeast, and South Asia and the entire Pacific Ocean. 2.) The combined powers of Germany and Italy controlling Great Britain, all of Europe, Western and central Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
      3.) The United States, controlling North and South America.

      MoreAt http://www.ccdemo.info/PearlHarbor/PearlHarborDayRemembered.html

      WarTimes: A New Moment

      Washington's failure in Iraq is undeniable: even Henry Kissinger says a U.S. victory is impossible. The Iraq war was the prime reason the U.S. electorate delivered a huge "thumping" to George Bush November 7. The administration is openly flailing about for any possible "Plan B" (or C, or D, or E) to avert total humiliation in Iraq. There are signs that the elite guardians of U.S. imperial interests recognize that a more general foreign policy readjustment is being forced upon them.

      MoreAt http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Libertarian/message/53467


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      ABC ThisWeek 2006.11.26
      Iraq 'war' now longer than WW2, its violence escalates, voters said 'get out' but Congress still dithers

      ABC ThisWeek 2006.11.05
      US Vice Prez says govt will proceed with Iraq military intervention despite protest from majority of Americans (aprx 15 minutes into interveiw)

      60Minutes: Abizaid
      USA 4 Star General Commander of Middle East forces advocates continued American military interventionism during interview at his home base headquaters, in Florida! Plus other reports (2006.11.26)

      DiscoveryChannel: Iran - The Most Dangerous Nation
      In Iran, Ted Koppel talks to its citizens to uncover the causes of hostility towards the U.S. and to examine their nuclear ambitions. He was among the last group of journalists allowed to enter the country before journalist visas stopped being issued. (2006.11.19)

      PBS Charlie Rose: Jimmy Carter on Israel
      Guests: Jimmy Carter and Israel deputy prime minister Shimon Peres. (2006.11.30)

      Beyond Lebanon: World War III?
      History Channel: Former CBS News Anchor, Bob Schieffer reports! The possibility of the U.S. becoming involved in a global conflict is examined through a study of tensions in the Middle East and the U.S. presence in Iraq and Afghanistan. Interviewed: Newt Gingrich; Israelis and Palestinians; and military and political experts. (2006)

      the Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara (Download ONLY)
      Errol Morris's powerful Oscar-winning documentary about Robert McNamara, who served as secretary of defense under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. The film also examines U.S. foreign and military policy from World War II to Vietnam (2003)

      HistoryChannel: Pearl Harbor Predicted
      Road Map to Pearl Harbor: The theory that Hector Bywater's 1925 novel "The Great Pacific War" inspired Japan's Adm. Isoroku Yamamoto in his strategy at Pearl Harbor and in World War II is assessed. (2001)

      HistoryChannel: Pearl Harbor, FDR Conspiracy?
      Controversies and theories regarding the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor are examined. (2004)

      HistoryChannel: Lost Evidence- Pearl Harbor
      Recalling the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, which brought the U.S. into World War II. Included: interviews with veterans; reenactments; archival photographs. (2005)

      HistoryChannel: Pearl Harbor; Tora, Tora, Tora!
      The events of Dec. 7, 1941, "a date which will live in infamy," are recalled through archival newsreel footage and interviews with historians and survivors. (2000)

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      Tora! Tora! Tora! (Download ONLY)
      This semidocumentary account of the attack on Pearl Harbor won an Oscar for its special visual effects. Martin Balsam, Jason Robards, Joseph Cotten, E.G. Marshall. Yamamoto: Soh Yamamura. Halsey: James Whitmore. Kramer: Wesley Addy. Thomas: Frank Aletter. Cast & Credits: Martin Balsam, Jason Robards, Joseph Cotten, E.G. Marshall, So Yamamura (1970)

      From Here to Eternity (Download ONLY)
      Superb adaptation of the James Jones novel about life on a Honolulu Army post just before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra (Best Supporting Actor), Deborah Kerr, Donna Reed (Best Supporting Actress), Ernest Borgnine. A superb film that won eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Screenplay (Daniel Taradash) and Best Director (Fred Zinnemann). (1953)

      the Manchurian Candidate
      John Frankenheimer's political thriller about a Korean War vet (Laurence Harvey) who's brainwashed to kill. Marco: Frank Sinatra. Raymond's Mother: Angela Lansbury. Iselin: James Gregory. Rosie: Janet Leigh. Chunjin: Henry Silva. Jocie: Leslie Parrish. Jordan: John McGiver. Yen Lo: Khigh Dhiegh. Screenwriter George Axelrod adapted Richard Condon's novel. Cast & Credits: Laurence Harvey, Frank Sinatra, Angela Lansbury, James Gregory, Janet Leigh

      the Pride of the Yankees (Download ONLY)
      The life of Lou Gehrig (Gary Cooper). Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan, Babe Ruth, Dan Duryea, Virginia Gilmore, Ludwig Stossel, Elsa Janssen. Faithfully done farewell speech is a moving climax to a fine film. Directed by Sam Wood. Cast & Credits: Gary Cooper, Teresa Wright, Walter Brennan, Dan Duryea, Elsa Janssen (1942)

      the Thin Red Line (Download ONLY)
      Terrence Malick's remake of the 1964 World War II drama, based on James Jones' autobiographical epic, follows a squad of GIs advancing on Guadalcanal. Sean Penn, Adrien Brody, James Caviezel, Ben Chaplin, George Clooney, John Cusack. (1998)

      Soldier (Download ONLY)
      A hardened soldier of the future (Kurt Russell) is abandoned on a remote planet when a new breed of genetically engineered warriors is introduced. Caine 607: Jason Scott Lee. Sandra: Connie Nielsen. Church: Gary Busey. Col. Mekum: Jason Isaacs. Directed by Paul Anderson. Cast & Credits: Kurt Russell, Jason Scott Lee, Connie Nielsen, Gary Busey, Sean Pertwee (1998)

      Samurai, the Last; Making of (Download ONLY)
      A behind-the-scenes look at the 2003 adventure about an American Civil War veteran (Tom Cruise) in Japan, where he finds and redeems his soul. The film is directed by Edward Zwick, and also stars Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly and Ken Watanabe. (2003)

      Samurai, the Last (Download ONLY)
      Tom Cruise in beautifully haunting tale of 19th century Japan's violent clash of old and new culture. A disillusioned Civil War vet (Tom Cruise) undergoes a spiritual rebirth after he's taken prisoner by samurai warriors in 1876 Japan. A gripping story with sumptuous visuals and textured characters. Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe adds solid support as a samurai leader. The film scored three other Oscar nominations, including Best Sound. Edward Zwick directed and co-wrote the script. Cruise, who also co-produced, spent two years preparing for the role. Cast & Credits: Tom Cruise, Ken Watanabe, Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly, Tony Goldwyn (2003)

      Director Akira Kurosawa's "Oriental Western" about a soldier who finds himself no longer needed in a 19th-century world of change. Toshiro Mifune. Gonji: Eijiro Tono. Seibei: Seizaburo Kawazu. Acclaimed for its humor. A.k.a. "Yojimbo, the Bodyguard." (1961)

      Nausicaa of the Valley of the Winds (Download ONLY)
      Impressive anime adventures of a warrior princess trying to save a peaceful futuristic civilization from destruction at the hands of violent neighbors. Written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki ("Spirited Away"). Features the voice talent of Mark Hamill, Uma Thurman and Edward James Olmos. (1985)

      the Age of Innocence (Download ONLY)
      Martin Scorsese's adaptation of Edith Wharton's novel about the obsessive love of a society lawyer (Daniel Day-Lewis) for his fiancée's cousin (Michelle Pfeiffer) in 19th-century New York. May: Winona Ryder. Lefferts: Richard E. Grant. Jackson: Alec McCowen. Cast & Credits: Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder, Richard E. Grant, Alec McCowen (1993)

      Red Dust
      Jean Harlow, paired with Clark Gable, reached her zenith in this tale of romantic intrigue on a rubber plantation in Indochina. Gary: Gene Raymond. Barbara: Mary Astor. Hoy: Willie Fung. McQuang: Tully Marshall. Guidon: Donald Crisp. Limey: Forrester Harvey. Colorful characters, racy dialogue. Directed by Victor Fleming. One of the big hits of its day. Cast & Credits: Jean Harlow, Clark Gable, Gene Raymond, Mary Astor, Donald Crisp (1932)

      To Die For (Download ONLY)
      A TV weather reporter (Nicole Kidman) uses her feminine wiles to arrange the murder of her husband in this sharp satire about fame and the media. Fueled by Kidman's dynamite turn and a smart script by Buck Henry ("The Graduate"), who also has a cameo as a teacher. Matt Dillon, Joaquin Phoenix. Gus Van Sant directed. Kidman won a Golden Globe award. Based on a true story. Cast & Credits: Nicole Kidman, Matt Dillon, Joaquin Phoenix, Casey Affleck, Illeana Douglas (1995)

      Carrie 2: the Rage (Download ONLY)
      In this sequel to Brian De Palma's 1976 classic, a tormented student (Emily Bergl) at the rebuilt Bates High School learns that she has the same telekinetic powers as Carrie. Jason London, Amy Irving. Directed by Katt Shea. Cast & Credits: Emily Bergl, Jason London, Amy Irving (also in the original), Dylan Bruno, J. Smith-Cameron (1999)

      Carrie (Download ONLY)
      Brian De Palma directed this suspense yarn about a withdrawn teenager (Sissy Spacek) who uses her telekinetic powers to wreak vengeance on her cruel schoolmates. Margaret White: Piper Laurie. Billy Nolan: John Travolta. Sue Snell: Amy Irving. Tommy Ross: William Katt. Chris Hargensen: Nancy Allen. Miss Collins: Betty Buckley. Cast & Credits: Sissy Spacek, Piper Laurie, John Travolta, Amy Irving, William Katt (1976)

      StarTrekTNG: Dark Page
      Troi's mother, Lwaxana (Majel Barrett), suffers a breakdown while the Enterprise hosts a delegation of telepathic aliens. Mr. Troi: Amick Byram. Troi: Marina Sirtis. Picard: Patrick Stewart. Dr. Crusher: Gates McFadden. Riker: Jonathan Frakes. Data: Brent Spiner. Cast & Credits: Marina Sirtis, Patrick Stewart, Gates McFadden, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner

      the Inspector General (Download ONLY)
      Danny Kaye cuts loose in a mythical kingdom as a simpleton who's mistaken for a law enforcer. Walter Slezak. Leza: Barbara Bates. Kovatch: Alan Hale. Maria: Elsa Lanchester. Mayor: Gene Lockhart. Amusing showcase for Kaye's broad antics. Suggested by Gogol's classic play. Henry Koster directed. Cast & Credits: Danny Kaye, Walter Slezak, Barbara Bates, Alan Hale, Elsa Lanchester (1949)

      PBS Charlie Rose: Make & Distribute a Movie
      Morgan Freeman promotes 'ClickStar' to download movies within weeks of release to theatres (2006.11.29)

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