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Battle of San Juan Hill (1898)

"This is one of the greatest war films ever placed on the market. The enemy is seen scouting in the underbrush at the foot of a steep hill. Suddenly our own soldier boys appear under the ... See full summary »

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"This is one of the greatest war films ever placed on the market. The enemy is seen scouting in the underbrush at the foot of a steep hill. Suddenly our own soldier boys appear under the order 'Forward by rushes,' and gallantly charge up the hill. A struggle takes place, but our boys are victorious and they plant our flag there to stay. The most realistic part of this subject is the explosion of bombs thrown by the enemy in close proximity to a soldier who has fallen, and who is being cared for by the Red Cross staff, who finally carry him on a stretcher. A most exciting picture." Written by Anonymous

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February 1898 (USA)  »

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