Time: Seven Days In August

Time: Seven Days In August

Time Seven Days In August MAC CD Cold War Berlin Wall Crisis history 1961 +games 






Seven Days in August is an interactive documentary about the Berlin Crisis of 1961. The program is presented in eight segments, with nearly 3 hours of photo montage, music & narration.


The Wall The Wall is an eight-part documentary which chronicles events before, during and after the construction of the Berlin Wall. Rare documentary photos capture the traumatic division of Berlin, the des-perate flight of refugees and the rising tension between the superpowers. From Kennedy to Khrushchey, from Washington to Moscow, The Wall is a day-by-day, eye-witness account of the people and events that shook the world in 1961.
Roundtable An insightful and provocative roundtable discussion features the firsthand recollec-tions of men who played pivotal roles in the Berlin Wall crisis. Host Walter Isaacson and guests McGeorge Bundy, Egon Bahr, Valentin Berezhkov, Daniel Schorr and Strobe Talbott reveal an inside view of events as they happened in Washington, Moscow and Berlin. Roundtable offers a unique perspective on the superpower confrontation as seen from both sides of the Iron Curtain. The final comments of the panel cover the triumphant day in 1989 when the Wall came down.
Home Front America's passion for baseball and rock & roll was undiminished during the Cold War, but the sixties were also a time of emerging political movements. A wealth of archival photos documents the race to the moon, backyard fallout shelters, the birth of the Peace Corps and the struggle for civil rights.
Berliners and Berlin, Wisconsin Explore Berliners and hear the dramatic personal experiences of Berliners whose lives were changed forever by the events of 1961. In contrast, people from Berlin, Wisconsin describe life in small-town America at the dawn of the 1960s.
Profiles Read Profiles for the biographies of the political leaders who shaped the direction of events in Berlin—people such as John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Erich Honecker and Willy Brandt.
Souvenirs Souvenirs is a nostalgic look back at American pop culture. From books and cars to songs and TV shows, you'll see and hear the best from the summer of '61.
Archive Archive, a treasure trove of maps and doc-uments including recently declassified top-secret correspondence, enhances your understanding of events in Berlin.
Games For a lighthearted change of pace, inter-active games test your skill and knowl-edge of the world of 1961. Try your hand as a fashion advisor to Jacqueline Kennedy in First Lady of Fashion. Step up to home plate with For the Record, a base-ball trivia game.

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