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Heritage [videorecording] : civilization and the Jews / Thirteen/WNET
DVDs DVDs | Home Vision Entertainment | c2002
Available at Adult DVD-Nonfiction (Call number: 909.04924 H pt.1-4)
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Imprint
New York : Home Vision Entertainment, c2002.
Descript
3 videodiscs (540 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 computer optical disc (DVD-ROM)
System Det
DVD.
System requirements (DVD-ROM): Heritage interactive DVD-ROM compatible with Windows (Windows 98 and above) and Macintosh (OS 9.0 and above) computers. Requires DVD-ROM drive and at least 50 MB free space.
Performer
Host, Abba Eban, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States.
Note
Originally broadcast as on PBS television in 1984.
Awards
Peabody Award winner.
Audience
MPAA rating: Not rated.
Summary
Nine one-hour episodes present the history of the Jewish people and their interactions with, and influences upon, various civilizations.
Contents
[Disc 1]. A people is born, 3100-586 BCE ; The power of the word, 586 BCE-72 CE ; The shaping of tradition, 30-732 -- [Disc 2]. The crucible of Europe, 732-1492 ; Search for deliverance, 1492-1789 ; Roads from the ghetto, 1789-1925 -- [Disc 3]. The golden land, 1654-1930s ; Out of the ashes, 1919-1947 ; Into the future, 1880-1990s.
Note
Special features: DVD-ROM includes over 600 translated historical documents, 541 map views with approx. 2250 explanatory essays, 3,600 encyclopedia articles, 4000 captions from the series, 100 interactive multimedia presentations, a word and category searchable index of 7,000 multimedia elements, and more.
Local Note
MW, 9-04
Subject
Genre
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Alt Title
Civilization and the Jews
ISBN
0780025873 (box)
0780024753 (DVD set)
0780026306 (DVD-ROM)
ISBN/ISSN
037429170120 (box)
037429163429 (DVD set)
037429174432 (DVD-ROM)
Music #
HER 200 Home Vision Entertainment
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