[New York?] : CBS News ; Chatsworth, CA : Woodhaven Entertainment, c2004.
1 videodisc (ca. 50 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
You are there ; set #1, [v.4]
DVD; Dolby Digital.
Title from container.
Hosted by Walter Cronkite.
Washington crosses the Delaware: edited by Budd Small ; director of photography, Ed Fitzgerald ; directed by Bernard Girard ; produced by James Fonda ; written by Shirley Gordon.
Washington's farewell to his offiers: edited by Lora Hays ; director of photography, J. Burgi Contner ; written by Kate Nickerson ; directed by Jack Gage ; produced by Charles W. Russell.
Originally broadcast on television as episodes of the 1955 CBS TV series.
Washington crosses the Delaware: December 25th, 1776. After American forces suffered crushing defeats from the British army, General George Washington and Colonels Harrison and Tilghman debate what to do. They decide to launch a surprise attack by crossing the Delaware river in different places. Washington explains how America is fighting a personal battle for liberty.
Washington's farewell to his officers: December 4th, 1783. The war is over! A peace treaty has been signed and the British have evacuated. General Washington has arranged a final meeting with his devoted officers including three of his generals, General McDougall, General Knox and General Von Steuben, who have served steadfastly with him through every campaign.
Washington crosses the Delaware -- Washington's farewell to his officers.
American Revolution and George Washington
You are there (Television program)
47604 CBS News