New Release from Ambrose Video Publising

Ursula Schwarz (uschwarz@earthlink.net)
Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:45:47 -0800 (PST)

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Ambrose Video Publishing is pleased to announce the release of:

History in the Depths- :The Gallipoli Campaign
A film by Savas Karakas
58 minutes, $99.95 VHS. Public performance rights are included Free previews
are available.
This documentary chronicles the story of the brutal 1915 battle of Gallipoli
during World War I. The campaign was fought between Turks and Germans on one
side and the Commonwealth army consisting of British, Australians, New
Zealanders, Indians, and South Africans allied with the French and Senegal
armies on the other. It lasted nine horrific months and more than a quarter
of a million lives were lost.
What is remarkable about Gallipoli is not the multitude of nations involved,
nor the insignificant land which was fought over, but the spirit which
actually bonded soldiers of opposing armies. Killing each other during
daylight, they shared their limited food supply and helped each other's
wounded during the night. This legacy of comradery still lives eighty-seven
years later and is remembered every April 25th.

To place an order or to request a catalog, please contact the
Customer Service Department at 1/800-526-4663
145 West 45th Street, Suite 1115
New York, NY 10036.
or
Visit www.ambrosevideo.com, to learn more about this program and other
exciting new releases.

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New Release from Ambrose Video Publising

Ambrose Video Publishing<= /FONT> is pleased to announce the rele= ase of:

History in the Depths- :The Gallipoli Ca= mpaign
A film by Savas Karakas
58 minutes, $99.95 VHS.
Public performance rights are included Free previews are available.
This documentary chronicles th= e story of the brutal 1915 battle of Gallipoli during World War I. The campa= ign was fought between Turks and Germans on one side and the Commonwealth ar= my consisting of British, Australians, New Zealanders, Indians, and South Af= ricans allied with the French and Senegal armies on the other. It lasted nine horrific months and more than a quarter of a = million lives were lost.
What is remarkable about Gallipoli is not the multitude of nations involved= , nor the insignificant land which was fought o= ver, but the spirit which actually bonded soldiers of opposing armies. Killi= ng each other during daylight, they shared their limited food supply and hel= ped each other's wounded during the night. This legacy of comradery still li= ves eighty-seven years later and is remembered every April 25th.

To place an order or to request a catalog, please contact the
Customer Service Department at 1/800-526-4663
145 West 45th Street, Suite 1115
New York, NY 10036.
or
Visit www.ambrosevideo.com, to learn more about this program and oth= er exciting new releases.


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