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In 1942, World War II raged around a previously obscure island in the southwest Pacific called Guadalcanal. Six months of savage fighting transformed the channel north of the island into a final resting place for some fifty Allied and Japanese warships. Fifty years later, Dr. Robert Ballard, the explorer who found the wrecks of the Titanic and Bismarck, leads a joint National Geographic Society/U.S. Navy expedition to explore this watery graveyard. Join in his discovery of ships unseen for half a century. Retrace the brutal events at Guadalcanal that changed the course of the war. Share the vivid, searing memories of those who fought and survived, and witness their touching reunions with their ships and former enemies. With a special introduction by former President George H. W. Bush, relive some incredible moments in the histories of war and exploration.

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  • Approximately 60 minutes
  • © 1993



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By Freddy b

from Quartz Hill, CA

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  • Broad Appeal
  • Good Resource
  • Informative
  • Relevant


    Best Uses

    • Adult Viewers
    • At Home
    • Younger Viewers

    Comments about Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal DVD:

    I'm a retired USAF NCO. My wifes father went down with the Quincy CA-39. She was one year old. I have gathered lots of history on this battle and the Quincy. I was honored to attend the last annual meeting of the survivors of the Quincy. Three years ago. There were just 8 there were more but because of age, couldn't travel. There were 2 more whose father went down with the Quincy. They mereged their association with the national US Navy Cruiser Sailors Association and Quincy memrobilia will be displayed at their meetings. I am now the only Air Force life member of their association. I use my dvd to show and talk to young people to insure people do not forget and also learn about those valuent men and women. My only disapointment was I ordered 2 copies and my receipt say's 2 copies were sent. Only one was. sent and I was told they are out of stock.

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