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Prelude to War

Prelude to War(1943)

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Brief Synopsis

The rise of the fascists in Germany and Italy and Japan's growing aggression put the world on the brink of war.

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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1943 Production Date:  EB
Feb 90, opening credits only
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., U.S. Office of War Information, Motion Picture Industry. War Activities Committee
Sound:  Production Co:  U.S. War Department
Duration(mins):  52-53 or 55 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  4,673 ft.    
Duration(reels):  6    

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  • Very impressive film

    Jeff Boston 2015-12-07

    The description of this excellent historical piece showed today, on Pearl Harbor Day, should be "Dictators with man-over-God mindsets in Japan,... MORE>

  • Introduction to World War Two History

    Tokopah 2015-09-02

    This movie short makes a great introduction to the start of World War Two. It briefly covers what happened before the United States became involved in... MORE>

  • Easy WWII History

    Tokopah 2015-09-02

    This short is a great way to get an understanding of what was happening at the beginning of World War Two. MORE>