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Leonard Graves ...
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28 December 1952 (USA)  »

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Sea and Sand is another compelling episode of Victory at Sea
25 June 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

In this one, the U.S. Army goes forward to defeat German General Rommel's military men in North Africa while the Allies also overtake many of the Mediterranean supply bases. We also see footage of Russians as they try to survive many invasion attempts and American President Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Churchill in conference as they plot the next move which for many soldiers of each country takes place somewhere in Casablanca...Exciting footage of lots of tank firings on land dominate another compelling documentary series entry of Victory at Sea aided most suitably by stirring narration and the symphonic music of the great Richard Rodgers. Another worthy entry of Victory at Sea for World War II buffs.

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