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Millennium - Teddy Roosevelt: The Heritage Collection DVD

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Millennium Media Services

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848508000203

$292.74

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Explorer, admiral, Rough Rider, war hero, and President: Theodore Roosevelt was a man of enormous popularity and legendary achievements. Known as the conscience of the nation, Roosevelt s progressive policies called for a square deal and an end to corruption. A social reformer, he lobbied for women's rights, better labor conditions, and aid to farmers. He secured 150 million acres of timberland as national forests, negotiated the construction of the Panama Canal, won the Nobel Peace Prize, survived an assassin's bullet, plunged in a submarine, and flew in a Wright Flyer. THE INDOMITABLE TEDDY ROOSEVELT on DVD In celebration of his life, this painstakingly crafted collection includes the Emmy-nominated film The Indomitable Teddy Roosevelt, directed by Harrison Engle and outstandingly narrated by George C. Scott, and all set to the stirring music of John Philip Sousa. From the sidewalks of New York to the frontiers of Dakota, and from the Spanish-American War to World War I, this spectacular documentary reveals the life of one of the most dynamic leaders this country has known. SPECTACULAR SOUSA CD Sit back and enjoy the stirring music of John Philip Sousa on CD: 31 tracks featuring some of Sousa's finest work included Stars and Stripes Forever and El Capitan. HISTORICAL ARCHIVES & BOOKLET COLLECTION Gain a deeper understanding of the remarkable man with a collection of rare historical archives sourced from the National Archives and Records Administration and Library of Congress in Washington, including numerous hand-written letters