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The U.S. National Archives and Records Administraion has put up a small portion of its' historical film holdings on Google Video.
Here's the National Archives catalog notes of the 101 videos.
Here's the Google Video listing.
There's 19 NASA films, 61 United Newsreel motion pictures (1942-1945), and 24 Department of the Interior films.
My favourites? Man landing on the Moon in 1969, Signing of the Instrument of Surrender ending World War II, and the construction of the Boulder Dam.
For something closer to home here, see highlights from the Film Australia archives on Google Video.
Saturday, 09 June 2007 in Film, Naval, Air, and Military, Reviews, Science, The Culture, Various links | Permalink
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