The Best WWII Movies According to Reenactors / Reel History



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What movies are the top picks among WWII reenactors? We talked to several of them at World War II Weekend at Gettysburg's Eisenhower National Historic Site. Check out and support the park here: www.nps.gov/eise
Groups we chatted with:
Naval History and Heritage Command: www.history.navy.mil
Marine Corps Historical Company: www.facebook.com/usmchc
7th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders : www.facebook.com/7thargylls
48th Surgical Hospital: www.facebook.com/128lhg
John W. McCaskill History Alive: www.facebook.com/johnwmccaskillhistoryalive
B. Historical: www.bhistorical.com

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Reel History delves into historical films to separate fact from fiction. These engaging episodes explore, contextualize, and clarify stories related to the most famous historical movies. In contrast to the more prevalent "reaction" videos, these installments seek not only to entertain but to educate and inform. For host Jared Frederick and producer Andrew Collins, these episodes are a labor of love and a means of expressing passion for the past as well as cinema. Courteous viewer feedback is always welcome. The views expressed are our own and do not necessarily represent our employers or organizations with which we are involved.

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