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Aleutians: Cradle of the Storms - World War II
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The Aleutians, Cradle of the Storms, World War II , tells the story of a beautiful and raw land and its people who have endured and survived wave after wave of invaders and a relentless, unpredictable climate. The Aleutian Islands span the seas between Alaska and Siberia, a desolate necklace of wind-stripped terrain, ravaged by weather that has earned it the name 'the cradle of the storms'. It is also home to a vast and impressive array of wildlife. The natives flourished on this remote chain for thousands of years. Though the land offered little and the weather was extreme, they were nourished by the sea and so, had led lives of quiet self-reliance. The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor forced America into the Second World War. Eventually the U.S. began fortifying the Aleutians. Army and Navy facilities were built in Dutch Harbor, Unalaska and on the nearby islands. And Atka's Nazan Bay became a place to land Navy seaplanes. The once tranquil islands were being transformed into a major military base. This film tells the story of the native Aleuts as the violence of World War II arrives on their islands. Even in the face of such devastation, the Aleutian people endured and thrive today.
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By Nancy D on March 27, 2014
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I am an Alaskan native from the Aleutian islands and I have purchased many of these DVDs (World War II and Cradle of Storms) for family members who have never been to our native land. I love these DVDs. They used to be on one DVD but now they have made it into two DVDs.
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