Civil War films for teachers and historians.9780761839149
Civil War films for teachers and historians.
Russell Russell, English noble family. It first appeared prominently in the reign of Henry VIII when
John Russell, 1st earl of Bedford, 1486?–1555, rose to military and diplomatic importance. , William William, crown prince of Germany
William or Frederick William, 1882–1951, crown prince of Germany, son of William II. In World War I he commanded (1914) an army on the Western Front and was nominal commander in the German attack B. III.
Univ. Press of America
Coming to the aid of teachers who cannot remember any films about the Civil War other than Gone with the Wind, Russell (social science education, U. of Central Florida
Central Florida is the central region of the United States state of Florida, on the East Coast. ) gives the details on nearly 100 films that cover a range of subjects. He begins, however, by giving educators advice on using film as a means of teaching about Civil War history, relating filmed material to curriculum goals, and making sure of legal issues in preparing supporting materials and copying films or portions of films. Russell's filmography film·og·ra·phy
n. pl. film·og·ra·phies
A comprehensive list of movies in a particular category, as of those by a given director or in a specific genre. is impressive and includes titles, ratings, directors, producers, running times, country and language, studio, distributor, and a brief review of historical content, The films range from Hollywood blockbusters (Alvarez Kelly and Dances with Wolves wolves
Plural of wolf.
the plural of wolf
See also animals.
1. a person suffering from lycanthropy. ) to modern classics such as Gettysburg and Glory. Russell even includes silent films such as The General and television programs such as Roots.
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