Public Media Distribution will release a special American Experience mini-series on DVD this Spring.
American Experience: The Great War will be released on Tuesday, May 16th. The six-hour event will be spread across three discs and will retail for MSRP of $34.99. It can be pre-ordered online now via PBS’ online store at a reduced price of $29.99.
The mini-series follow’s America’s neutrality to its eventual entry into what was then known as “The Great War.” It tells the story of the nation’s involvement from a variety of angles. Those angles include the experiences of African-Americans, Native American Code Talkers, Latino soldiers, suffragists and others.
The program also examines the leadership of then President Woodrow Wilson as he led America during the world’s first major global conflict. This angle also examines how the nation’s entry in to the war led to one of the biggest crackdowns on Americans’ civil liberties in the nation’s history along with other items.
American Experience: The Great War premieres on PBS stations nationwide on Monday, April 10 and runs through Wednesday April 12. Each of the mini-series’ two-hour episodes will run from 9 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET. Audiences should check their local listings for variations in those times.
A trailer for the upcoming event is streaming online now here. More information on this extended episode of American Experience is available online now along with all of the series’ latest news and more at:
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