The Revolutionary War: Heroes and Battles – 4 Documentary Set
The War of Independence Comes Alive With these Four Documentary Programs!
This exciting and insightful collection features 4 documentary programs chronicling, with great detail, the battles and major events of The Revolutionary War. Produced by the award-winning LionHeart FilmWorks, these compelling features are filled with accurate reenactments, interviews and dynamic narration.
“Give them as much trouble as you possibly can…”
The Battle of Cooch's Bridge
September 3, 1777. The first significant engagement of the British campaign to capture Philadelphia.
The Battle of Green Spring
The first re-enactment ever of this important Virginia Battle - July 6, 1781, and prelude to the siege and battle for Yorktown only a few months later.
Yorktown Battle for Victory
This extensive and exclusive DVD celebrates the 225th anniversary re-enactment of America's momentous 1781 Revolutionary War victory at Yorktown, Virginia.
Von Steuben's Continentals: The First American Army
A 60-minute, live-action documentary DVD on the life, uniforms and drill of the Continental Soldier 1775-1781.
Award-winning content: “Von Steuben’s Continentals” - Silver Winner, First Place, Documentary - 28th Telly Awards 2007 & “The Battle of Green Spring” Silver Winner, First Place, Documentary - 28th Telly Awards 2007
This reenactment footage has been licensed for use in the PBS series “For Love of Liberty”
Incredible Value – These 4 programs would collectively sell for $66.99!
Documentary , War
3 Hours 44 Minutes
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