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Author Topic: The Spanish-American War: First Intervention (History Channel Show)  (Read 1311 times)
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« on: May 09, 2007, 03:48:26 am »

The Spanish-American War: First Intervention is a show airing on History Channel. It's very interesting, applies to the period, and it is more than just another reenactment, or another show merely discussing the conflict.

It takes you beyond, and most of it is told by men dressed in clothing of the day, speaking as the people had done at the time, with written entries spoken by these people, by men such as Teddy Roosevelt. It's fascinating, and gives one a greater perspective of what Victorian period history had occurred, I would urge all to watch it who are interested in such topics.

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