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The Why We Fight series became a heavily used means of presenting information about Axis powers for the American government during World War II.
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Frank Capra's Why We Fight ( 1942 – 1944 ) series was a newsreel series in the United States, commissioned by the government to convince the U. S. public that it was time to go to war.
Leary received an honorary doctorate and spoke briefly at his alma mater's undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 16, 2005 ; he is thus credited as " Dr. Denis Leary " on the cover of his 2009 book, Why We Suck.
He enlisted in the Army during World War I after graduating college, and again in World War II at the peak of his career, when he directed 11 documentary war films for the U. S. government's Why We Fight series, winning an Academy Award for one and a Distinguished Service Medal when the war ended.
The completed films included the seven-episode Why We Fight series — consisting of Prelude to War ( 1942 ), The Nazis Strike ( 1942 ), Divide and Conquer ( 1943 ), The Battle of Britain ( 1943 ), The Battle of Russia ( 1943 ), The Battle of China ( 1944 ), War Comes to America ( 1945 ) – plus Know Your Enemy: Japan ( 1945 ), Tunisian Victory ( 1945 ), and Two Down and One to Go ( 1945 ) that do not bear the Why We Fight banner ; as well as the African-American related, The Negro Soldier ( 1944 ).
The Why We Fight series is widely considered a masterpiece of war information documentaries, and won an Academy Award.
In 1944, Ivens made Know Your Enemy: Japan for Frank Capra's U. S. War Department film series Why We Fight.
One such filmmaker, Frank Capra, created a seven-part U. S. government-sponsored series of films to support the war effort entitled Why We Fight ( 1942-5 ).
* The Ethics of What We Eat: Why Our Food Choices Matter, Rodale, New York, 2006 ( co-author with Jim Mason ); Text, Melbourne ; Random House, London.
* The Case for Mars: The Plan to Settle the Red Planet and Why We Must ( 1996 ), with Richard Wagner.
Frank Capra's seven-film series Why We Fight is said to have been directly inspired by and America's response to Triumph of the Will.
Why We Fight is a series of seven documentary films commissioned by the United States government during World War II whose purpose was to show American soldiers the reason for U. S. involvement in the war.
Why We Fight was edited primarily by William Hornbeck, although some parts were re-enacted " under War Department supervision " if there was no relevant footage available.
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“ Frank Capra ’ s Why We Fight Series and the American Audience .” Western Journal of Speech Communication 54.
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Their song, " Why Can't I Touch It " was played in the second episode of the sixth season of TV series Entourage.
He was the first in a series of influential non-marxist intellectuals who wrote a newspaper essay in a series called " Why I am not a Communist.
Arthur Bloch, in the first volume ( 1977 ) of his Murphy's Law, and Other Reasons Why Things Go WRONG series, prints a letter that he received from George E. Nichols, a quality assurance manager with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
A final series of questions called on the children to explain common compound words in their vocabulary (" Why is a birthday called a birthday ?").
* Divide and Conquer ( newsreel ), the third of the Why We Fight World War II propaganda film series
* Why We Fight series of flashbacks: In 1943, Spike and two other vampires are abducted by Nazi agents onto a Nazi sub.
The " Weeping Gorilla Comix " is a series of one-panel comics featuring a weeping gorilla, with a thought bubble pronouncing some thoughtful phrase, usually cynical and self-pitying in nature: " Why do good things happen to bad people?
After the celebratory tone of Christ's reception into heaven, marked by the choir's D major acclamation " Let all the angels of God worship him ", the " Whitsun " section proceeds through a series of contrasting moods — serene and pastoral in " How beautiful are the feet ", theatrically operatic in " Why do the nations so furiously rage "— towards the Part II culmination of " Hallelujah ".
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Unification Church official Michael Jenkins ( who later became president of the Unification Church of the United States ) commented in 1989 on his views of why the Unification Church was shifting its public stance regarding use of the word: " Why, after so many years, should we now be taking such a stand to eliminate the term ' Moonie?
But during the 20th century it became increasingly recognised that the Bible's presentation raises a number of questions: Why do the Ten Commandments declare that there should be no other gods " before Me " ( Yahweh ), if there are no other gods at all?
" We may justifiably ask ," observes Kerenyi, " Why was this great mythical hunter, who in Greece became a mysterious god of the underworld, a capturer of wild animals and not a killer?
Why they were cut probably traces back to Twilight Zone's budget problems, which had been growing significantly since James T. Aubrey, Jr. became chief executive of CBS in the show's second season.
Goldner signed the quintet to Gee Records, and " Why Do Fools Fall in Love " became their first single in January 1956.
In 1973, Lymon became known to a slightly younger generation than before with the release of American Graffiti, which included " Why Do Fools Fall in Love " on its soundtrack.
The two singles Lynn released from the album, " She's Got You " and " Why Can't He Be You ", became major hits.
During this time he became increasingly annoyed by conspiracy theorists asking ludicrous questions, as well as by reporters who often asked him questions such as " Why waste money on space research when there is so much to be done here?
These changes included a clock that counted time down to zero as was typical of other timed American sports, rather than upwards to 90 minutes as was traditional, a 35 yard line for offsides ( a rule designed to stop offside traps, prevalent at the time, and based on an FA experiment in 1925 between what became the offside rule at the time, or a 40-yard offside mark ) < REF > The Question: Why is the modern offside law a stroke of genius ?, The Guardian </ REF > rather than the usual half way line, and a shootout to decide matches that ended in a draw.
While " Why " became a hit on the UK Singles Chart, with a peak position of # 8, McNally decided to leave the line-up in spring 2001.
In Why America Slept, Posner became the first journalist to reveal the details of an American interrogation against one of the highest ranking Al Qaeda suspects caught to date.
Between " Tell Me Why " and " Only Love ", she sang guest vocals on Clint Black's 1993 single " A Bad Goodbye " ( from the album No Time to Kill ), which became her biggest pop hit at No. 43.
It was released in late June, number 8 in the US during a chart stay of 27 weeks, went gold and became the last top 10 studio album for the band until 2012's That's Why God Made the Radio.
Thorstein Veblen wrote in 1898 an article entitled " Why is Economics Not an Evolutionary Science " and he became the precursor of current evolutionary economics.
After coming back from Japan he experienced a severe reverse culture shock, which became the basis for his first book Why I Hate Canadians.
In 1981, Diana Ross recorded a new version of " Why Do Fools Fall In Love ", which again became a hit and the royalties on the song passed over a million dollars.
However, his second ( self-titled ) album ( 1979 ) fared considerably better, reaching # 3 on the R & B album chart and earning a gold record award ; the first single lifted from the album, " I Wanna Be Your Lover " became Prince's first crossover hit, reaching # 1 on the R & B chart and # 11 on the main pop chart, while the follow-up single " Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?
* Steve Bruce, Why the IVF succeeded where the SCM failed ( unpublished PhD thesis ), cited in Notes from a second class convert: How Leith Samuel became a Christian, Evangelicals Now, July 1998
The studio rebounded in 1921 with the success of the studio's film Why Girls Leave Home ; The film's director, Harry Rapf, became the studio's new head producer.
* Social Justice and Economic Development for the African Community: Why I became a Revolutionary ( 1997 )
He is also dim-witted, talks in a broken third-person speech pattern, often referring to other characters, except Megatron, Optimus Primal, and himself ,( however when Megatron became a dragon, Waspinator referred to him as " Dragon-Bot ") by names that reflected their transformation modes instead of their true names ( example: referring to Silverbolt as " Doggy-Bot ") and spent most of the series as an underdog, causing him to take constant abuse from Maximal and Predacon alike ( thus summing up Waspinator's most well-known line " Why universe hate Waspinator?!
Doo wop diversified considerably later in the decade, with groups like The Crows (" Gee "), creating a style of uptempo doo wop and the ballad style via The Penguins (" Earth Angel "), while singers like Frankie Lymon became sensations ; Lymon became the first black teen idol in the country's history after the release of the Top 40 pop hit " Why Do Fools Fall in Love " ( 1956 ).