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CSPAN
Oct 1, 2016 9:10am EDT
-scale warfare against china. addressing toout justify. then, they walked out. the loan choose a brutal attacks continue. japan to empire. if you need to more aggressive if she fed him others. italyt is imperialism invaded ethiopia. later jiminy in italy by intervention helped over the public government in spain. three nations posted alliance. 1940, germanyof and italy would plunger into war and become united in japan. that's united with japan. it would all. china continued as the scene of misery and death. people made homeless with indomitable courage but inadequate weapons the chinese thought back. alone the get of resistance to japanese imperialism alive. japanese envoys to the united states described themselves as missionaries of friendship and peace while they were still negotiating their countrymen struck a savage blow unparalleled in intimate. 7 1941.rbor december in spite of crippling damage, the united states fleet augmented by british australian and that unit set out to find the enemy. the japanese advancement was halted. even if the enemy made passes towards hong kong
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2016 11:30am EST
, 1931, when japan clawed manchuria out of the body of china. while hitler was still brawling in the streets of munich, japan had already begun weaving the pattern of aggression. it started with an incident. a japanese train in the south manchurian railway had been dynamited. promptly, japanese battalions invaded mukden. this was not mechanized warfare. by later standards, this war was primitive, small -- trivial, the japanese cabinet officially labeled it, when china protested to the league of nations. 12 japanese planes bombed a chinese city. "trivial." the league demanded japan withdraw her troops. only's sole vote was the dissenting one. therefore, said japan, the league's action was illegal. it was not unanimous. the secretary of state stinson was concerned. we had signed the pact of paris, which guaranteed china's territorial integrity. we sent an observer to the league. japan protested, finally consented. the league investigated. under admiral nomura, japanese forces attacked 15 miles from shanghai. as same nomura who later, japanese ambassador, talked peace in washington whil
CSPAN
Mar 26, 2016 10:03pm EDT
attacking the 10th continent. today, china has installed installations in an effort to control it, and is building bases in the highland islands there. the soviet union attended to keep u.s. forces that they by establishing to defense lines to control this blue wall right here. line,e outer defensive operating to defense lines like the first and the second island chain to deny u.s. access. but then, the soviet economy collapsed. including, the u.s. and japan. and japaneses. economy might go broke as a result of that. was aviet union superpower, capable of a raging a global nuclear war. tois a long way for china become a similarly capable superpower, involving conventional and nuclear. all, while the united states and soviet union were in the cold war, the united states and china, are not. ofed on a good understanding those of those similarities and differences, we can learn lessons from the cold war experience and find a way to maintain peace and security in the asian pacific region today, mutuallyping beneficial relationships among the west, japan, and china. in the following one
CSPAN
Oct 27, 2016 11:15pm EDT
burma. and iceland. the philippines. and iran. france. in china. and italy. americans fighting. fighting over an area extending seven-eighths of the way around the world. men from the green hills of new england. the sun-baked plains of the middle west. the cotton fields of the south. the close-packed streets of manhattan. chicago. the teeming factories of detroit. los angeles. the endless stretching distances of the southwest. men from the hills and from the plains. from the villages and from the cities. bookkeepers. soldiers. mechanics. college students. rich man. poor man. beggar man. thief. doctor. lawyer. merchant. chief. now veteran fighting men. yet two years ago, many had never fired a gun or seen the ocean or been off the ground. americans. fighting for their country while half a world away from it. fighting for their country. and for more than their country. fighting for an idea. the idea bigger than the country. without the idea, the country might have remained only a wilderness. without the country, the idea might have remained only a dream. ♪ over this ocean, 1607
CSPAN
Dec 17, 2016 10:00pm EST
easily conquered from within. zedong, finding the point on which to divide the people of china and create the revolution was simple. the chinese first century is have been killers of the soil, eking a meager livelihood from land that they did not always own and for which they pay tributes to landlords with large holdings. and legs were requisite to survival for the great masses who provided for china's limited and primitive industry and agrarian economy. >> the new regime promised reforms, but the communists were not interested in reform. they were dedicated to revolution because of the dissension and sabotage created by the insurrectionists and the reticence of some of the landlords and merchants to change the established traditions, the reforms were slow in coming. and so the rich and well to do were inclined to stay rich and well-to-do, and a lot of the poor fared only slightly better. and a minority of the chinese peasants accepted the idea so subtly planted and nurtured by the communist leaders. the so-called enemy of the people had been identified. it was the landlord. he was
CSPAN
Dec 18, 2016 4:00pm EST
the methods of communist revolutionaries in china, algeria, and cuba, then shows how civil rights leaders are also communist. the film condemns u.s. presidents, the voting rights act, and more. he contains language and graphic scenes of violence and death that may be disturbing to some viewers. >> we the negro people, you know down here have gotten -- you know what they are going to do tonight? they are not going to fight down here no more. they are going after the white people. now they are after the white people. they are going to congregate. every weight, everywhere the white man. [indiscernible] [church congregation singing] [typing sounds] narrator: anarchy, the breakdown of law and order, a chaotic reign of terror, mob rule and rioting, the collapse of government authority. these phrases ring strange in the ears of americans and for good reason. through the years, america has stood as the world symbol for law and order. our government is responsive to the will of the people. our courts and legislatures provide the mechanics for peaceful address of grievances. and the policem
CSPAN
Mar 12, 2016 8:00am EST
was backed by china and the soviet union. >> this is korea. [explosions] [gunfire] ♪ >> and this is korea, a peaceful land once, with lakes and villages. and mountains, where the rice grew. men and women, and people lived for living, until the ruthless, red hand of communism reached out to snatch it. old people, kids, and more kids. sometimes, i think that is the last thing any of us will ever forget. those kids -- laughing, crying, homeless, hungry. until we fed them. korea, where it gets cold in the winter time, as it does at home, where young men and women marry. ♪ where the kids used to play happily. ♪ and here comes your kids, and yours, and yours. dirty and tired, slogging back from the chosen reservoir fight, not retreating as they say, but advancing in a different direction. the first marine division. while the head man of the village walks past and wonders, the villagers still all wonder, and he wonders, too. poor kid. [marching] at christmas, in the year of grace 1950, last christmas. lord, o mary, is and gathered all above while where mortals sleep and angels keep the
CSPAN
Dec 26, 2015 8:00am EST
, president kennedy's commitment to landing on the moon, and president nixon's opening of china. this was hosted by friends of the national world war ii memorial.
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2016 5:06pm EDT
. shanghai, 1937. full-scale warfare against china. the worlds were still unready to deal with this aggression. diplomats- japan's attended to justify the actions and then walked out. long series of brutal attacks upon an unprepared neighbor continued. japan seized the new empire, set up public rulers, ruled even more self-confident and aggressive. japan successful imperialism encouraged others, immediately -- italy invaded ethiopia. that thend italy found republic in spain. posted thens confirmation of an alliance. the access military factions to germany and italy would plunge europe into or and became fully united with japan in the strategy of terror. the result, bleeding, pillaged china, millions made homeless. indomitable courage and inadequate weapons, the chinese bought back. alone they cap the resistance of japanese imperialism a lot. -- they kept the resistance of japanese imperialism alive. japanese envoy to the united states described themselves as missionaries of friendship and peace. they were still negotiating their countrymen's -- monica aooting, the country struck per
CSPAN
Jan 2, 2016 8:00am EST
they had children in china and they would like to sponsor those children in china, family in china, to come to the united states. a number of chinese came during the post-1906 earthquake period, including my father. announcer: watch the c-span cities tour to oakland on c-span2 book tv and sunday afternoon at 2:00 on american history tv on c-span3. they c-span cities tour, working with cable affiliates and visiting cities across the country. announcer: 70 years ago on international war crimes trials november 20, 1945, began in nurnberg, germany. next on american history tv, historian mark hull gives a history of a case. in an eight-month preceding, nazis were put on trial for murdering more than one million jews and tens of thousands of others including partisan writers, disabled persons, and roma. >> we mark the 70 anniversary of the nuremberg trials -- we present our program in partnership with the chairman presidential library, the german center of kansas city, the holocaust education, and the u.s. army general command and staff college. tonight's program speaker, dr. mark hull,
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2016 10:00pm EST
cover the world with the japanese rule, and they picked china as the first victim. ♪ he invaded korea, but chinese from other provinces came to the aid of the koreans. were stuck, and when the shogun died suddenly, the invasion was called off. 30,000so brought back tickled in years and koreans killed in battle. these they buried and what is now known as the -- in the city of kyoto. it was around this time that something new came into the midst of these warring, bloodthirsty people, something new and strange. in the year 1521, magellan had sailed around the world to the philippines. in his wake came spanish and portuguese missionaries, who eventually visited the japanese islands. thing they new brought was christianity, the revolutionary doctrine of peace on earth and the equality and brotherhood of man. some 200e were churches and over 200,000 converts. ♪ believe: the warlords these foreign medicine men were teaching tolerance and even equality, so they acted. ♪ 137 churches were destroyed in nagasaki, all christian converts in tokyo were burned at the stake. out the west. throw o
CSPAN
Oct 1, 2016 10:28pm EDT
. they were based primarily out of china, but they could only reach the southern parts of the home islands of japan. as we move forward with the invasion operations throughout the islands in the pacific, when we reached the marianas, that's when the b-29's were staged heavily, in those islands. this aircraft never quite made it to the war. it was very heavily utilized after the war as a reconnaissance aircraft. once we got it, we had to put it back together again. one of the things you may notice, these rivets are raised. this tells us that this was an after-market modification, if you will. these are the original factory rivets. the difference is these are flushed. this allows the wind to go smoothly over the aerodynamic body of the airplane. these are raised, because we don't have the capability of flush riveting. the air force found had they left these rivets up, it would've slowed the aircraft down by 40 miles per hour. these were never painted. if you painted this airplane, you just added 4000 pounds of weight. right now, we are in the nose section of the b-29 "peachy." this a
CSPAN
Dec 10, 2016 8:00am EST
american anarchists -- the china market anarchists americand -- italian anarchists were tried for murder. a law professor discusses the case with introductions by ruth bader ginsburg. p.m., sacco and venzetti were transmitted to the death house. the boston press declare the case closed. presidency,on the historian george nash talks about herbert hoover's humanitarian efforts during world war i and ii. >> hoover, working voluntarily and without pay, became an international hero, the
CSPAN
Sep 24, 2016 11:06pm EDT
international conquest. shanghai in 1937. will scale warfare against china. the world was still on ready to deal properly with such wanton aggression. addressing the league of nations and attempted to justify their crimes against peace and decency and then walked up. ♪ narrator: the long series of brutal attacks on an unprepared neighbor continued. japan's seized a whole new empire, set up puppet rulers, grew more aggressive as she fed on other people's sufferings. japan's successful imperialism encouraged others. italy invaded it ethiopia. later, help to overthrow the republican government and displaying -- in spain. three nations hosted the alliance. the axis military act. germany and italy became fully united with japan in the strategy of terror. and through it all, china continued as the scene of misery and death. millions homeless. pathetically inadequate weapons but plenty of courage, the chinese fought back. the resistance to japanese imperialism alive. japanese envoys to the united states describe themselves as missionaries of friendship and peace. while they were still negotiatin
CSPAN
Mar 27, 2016 4:00pm EDT
, capable of attacking the 10th continent. today, china has installed installations in an effort to control it, and is building bases in the highland islands there. -- capable of attacking the u.s. continent. today, china has installed installations in an effort to control it, and is building bases in the highland islands there. the soviet union attended to keep u.s. forces that they by -- at bay by establishing 2 defense lines to control this blue zone, right here. china is creating two defense lines, like here and here, on these island chains to deny u.s. access. but then, the soviet economy collapsed. as a result of the arms race with a much wealthier western country, including the u.s. and japane, today the u.s. and japanese economy might go broke because of the arms race in china. the soviet union was a sophisticated military superpower, capable of reaching a global nuclear war. it is a long way for china to become a similarly capable superpower, involving conventional and nuclear realms. most of all, while the united states and soviet union were in the cold war, the united sta
CSPAN
Dec 4, 2016 4:00pm EST
make their stride to cover the world with the japanese rule, and they picked china as the first victim. ♪ korea buthi invaded , chinese from other provinces came to the aid of the koreans. the japs were stuck, and when hidiyoshi died suddenly the , invasion was called off. that they did a good job of plunder. they brought back 30,000 pickled ears and noses of chinese and koreans killed in battle. these they buriedin what is now known as the year mound in the -- ear mound in the city of kyoto. something new came to these bloodthirsty people, something new and strange. in the year magellan had sailed 1521, around the world to the philippines. in his wake came spanish and portuguese missionaries who eventually visited the japanese islands. the strange new thing they brought was christianity, the revolutionary doctrine of peace on earth and the equality and brotherhood of man. here was something that dignified the lowly japanese serfs as human beings. soon there were some 200 churches and over 200,000 converts. ♪ >> the warlords became practical . they thought they were teaching tolera
CSPAN
Nov 19, 2017 4:00pm EST
intended to meet in iran and head toward india. in the orient, japan had occupied the coast of china, the east indies, and berm a in preparation for the drive westward to india. if these two enemies were allowed to meet, russia and china would be completely isolated. japanese rommel materials and german production would be combined. the peoples of europe, asia, and africa would be enslaved. by morning, a decision both bold and revolutionary. in this, our darkest hour we dared to take the offensive. revolutionary because that plan was conceived, planned, and executed by the people of two nations. the time and place had been agreed upon. the codename for the combined operation was "acrobat." the two great elements were time and secrecy. 125 days in which to plan an offensive from bases 3000 miles apart. an operation involving hundreds of thousands of american and british soldiers and salyers -- soldiers and sailors. millions of british and american working men and women. the plans only through them would become a reality. a few score men, no more, knew the plan in its entirety of this
CSPAN
Nov 18, 2017 10:00pm EST
know where. norway, france, italy, china. >> finally, on the fifth day, we got the news women waiting to hear. guidebook. i remember the first time. you are to do duty and north africa as a soldier of the united states. >> wide north africa? why north africa? why was the united states convoy heading north and the british heading south. the second half would reverse its course and follow the fourth. gibraltar, 24 hours behind. with precision, the combined operations would begin with simultaneous landings that casa blanca. engineer. flanklanca protected our through spanish morocco. others to press eastward. then, the occupation of tunisia from which we could cut supply lines across the mediterranean. destroy from the british eighth army. arm would be imputed and supply lines around the cape of good hope would be shortened by half through winning control of the mediterranean. north africa would be hours with basis at which to step at the heart of the axis citizens. that was the plan called acrobat. and both convoys, the men kept lieknowing the task would ahead. this was a new experience
CSPAN
Nov 12, 2017 12:50pm EST
vietnam. well offshore, in the deep blue of the china sea, is the backbone of our navy sea service forces, the aircraft carrier. it's a floating mobile airbase complex. over 4000 men live and work on his sea-going city. to keep the ship in operation and its pilots in the air requires the effort of a community of freeman, engineers, clerks, doctors, mechanic, pipe fitters, radar men, cooks and bakers their working day averages twelve hours. it can be eighteen or even longer when air operations are underway, and planes are being sent aloft at 30 second intervals. [planes taking off] jack: about half of all combat sorties over north vietnam have been flown by navy and marine pilots. it's a dangerous job. sometimes not all the planes come safely back. a search and rescue helicopter hurries on its way when that radio distress call, "mayday" signals a pilot in trouble. he could be down in the open sea, or deep in the jungle. their job is to find him and bring him back. on this mission, photographed by a navy cameraman, the pilot was forced to eject beside a rocky cliff along the forbidding coas
CSPAN
Nov 11, 2017 10:36am EST
elaborate barrier from the south china sea, 40 miles to the laotian border. work has stopped on the strip. meditation is growing back, and it does not appear possible to resume the job without many more marines to protect the engineers. river, the north vietnamese introduced heavy artillery this summer, pounding several cities with 150 millimeter shells as often as a thousand a day. a marine who was there in the month of september had a 50-50 chance of being hit. there were 600 casualties among the 1200 men there. the marines took a terrible pounding, but they held their ground gallantly. ask how you feel about this kind of war? you feel about this kind of war? >> it is what we trained for. we will prevail. we will win. >> did you think war was like this war? >> i did not. i thought it was a big joke before i came here. it is real serious. i thought it was a joke before i came over, but now i realize it is no joke. >> we cannot reach those big guns and they keep dropping in. there is nothing you can do. you just sit there, waiting. you can be lucky, that's it. >> since the marines c
CSPAN
Nov 18, 2017 8:00am EST
leads to this wall. red china, september 1960. this road, this wall. berlin, december 1961. this road, this wall. ♪ in the beginning, the road exists in the mind of a 19th century philosopher and scholar, karl marx, who maintained only that only through a system he calls communism can the worker and farmer avoid starvation and exportation. "we declare openly," marx writes, "that our ends can only be attained with the forcible seizure and overthrow of social conditions." thus the road begins. many who walk the road know its origins well. many do not. some things must be learned about the road by those who do not travel it. this is a one-way street. the signposts along the way do not describe the true desinations, and those who sets forth on this road goes all the way to the end. there are few exits. dangerous escapes. this man is a resident of east berlin. his right to free passage into west berlin is guaranteed by international agreement, but on august 13, 1961, this right has been set aside. to cross into west berlin, he then swims the canal that at one point divides the zones. on
CSPAN
Nov 4, 2017 7:24pm EDT
will die along the way. havana, cuba, january, 1959. this road leads to this wall. red china, september 1960. this road, this wall. berlin, december 1961. this road, this wall. ♪ narrator: in the beginning, the road existed in the mind of a 19th century philosopher, karl marx, who maintained only through a system of communism can the worker and farmer avoid starvation and exportation. we declare openly, marx writes, that our ends can only be attained with the forcible seizure of social conditions. thus the road begins. many who walk the road know its origins well. many do not. some must be taught by those who do not travel it. this is a one-way street. a signpost along the way does not describe the true definition, and those who go, go all the way to the end. there are few exits. dangerous escapes. man is a resident of east berlin. his right to free passage to west berlin is guaranteed by international agreement. but on october 13, 1961, this right has been set aside. he swims the canal that at one point divides the zones. on the western bank he takes his first few steps in
hands of the communists, the arms of china, poland, czechoslovakia, even a variety of united states and french and british weapons would have fallen into those same hands. living evidence of the north vietnamese regular army, six out of the 22 taken alive by the screaming eagles. the premier confronts the aggressors -- you are lucky the americans have taken you, he smiles. on the 21st of july, along the borders the brigade returns. a new operation labelled john paul jones gets underway. its purpose is to reopen the bay on the coast, permitting ships to unload at the nearby bay. it begins with elements of the five hundred second infantry landing at the cliff guarded they -- five -- 502nd infantry landing at the cliff guarded bay. where without recovering resistance they move in land to link up with the oncoming 327th. the inland forces push forward, securing the highway and sweeping the adjoining countryside. supported by helicopter gunships , they cleaned out the operational zone within six weeks. by early september of 1966 they had securely -- secured the bay and highway one to the
CSPAN
Oct 1, 2016 9:07am EDT
for the conquest of manchuria. ago ong in full 14 years international conquest. shanghai in 1937. full-scale warfare against china.
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