The True Glory (October 4, 1945)

The True Glory
 

Released on October 4, 1945: WWII military footage from pre-Normandy invasion to the unconditional Nazi surrender, with commentary by the soldiers, nurses and citizens who fought and experienced the war.

Directed by Garson Kanin

The Actors: Dwight D. Eisenhower (himself, General of the Army and Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force, World War II), Franklin D. Roosevelt (himself, President of the United States), Winston Churchill (himself, Britain's Prime Minister), Joseph Stalin (himself, General Secretary of Russia), George S. Patton (himself, U.S. General), Peter Ustinov (himself), Robert Harris (commentator)

 

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The Greatest Generation Fights The Enemy

Quiz before we begin: Who is the only United States President that owned an Academy Award Oscar trophy as a result of his appearance in an Oscar winning motion picture? . . . . Nope, you would be wrong if you mention the Gipper . . . . President Ronald Reagan never won an Oscar statue. On Tuesday June 6, 1944 fighting men from Canada, the Free French Forces, The United Kingdom and the United States attacked Nazi forces at Normandy, France from more than 8,000 ships. The United States and the United Kingdom had military cameramen filming every stage of the build up to that day and the events of that day and the war that followed until May 7, 1945 when the Allied Forces formally accepted the unconditional surrender of the Nazi forces in Europe. On October 4, 1945, almost five months later, with the taste of war still in the bellies of all the people around the world waiting for the return of their sons, this movie documentary was released to the world, providing an historic real account of World War II as the boys from the U.S., Canada, Britain, France and others fought the greatest threat to peace that the world had seen up to that time. Blended with the scenes of war and soldiers are the voices of some of the men and women who fought and served during those momentous days. The film was promoted with the tagline, "The story of your victory...told by the guys who won it!" The movie won the 1945 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and General Dwight D. Eisenhower was given the Oscar statue to keep, becoming so far the only United States President with an Oscar trophy in his possession. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter and enjoy the best real films of the Greatest Generation as they fought World War II in Europe.

General Dwight D. Eisenhower
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Malta
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Malta
Dwight D. Eisenhower introduces the film
Dwight D. Eisenhower introduces the film
Joseph Stalin at Malta
Joseph Stalin at Malta
Summit at Malta with Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill
Summit at Malta with Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill at Malta
Winston Churchill at Malta