|Producer||AIMS Media & Philips Interactive Media|
|Description||The American Civil War remains the deadliest war ever undertaken in the Western Hemisphere. Over 600 000 Americans died during four years of strife – more than died in World War 1, World War 2, Korea and Vietnam combined. This program examines the tension and deep-seeded hostility that had been growing steadily between the North and South. The separate cultures of these two regions led to different economic views which eventually led several states to secede from the Union. The war had begun. Genuine period photographs, re-creations, and artwork illustrate this in-depth exploration of events, conditions and economic differences that led to the Civil War.|
|Remarks||This CD Instructor® series has been made in partnership with Philips Interactive Media and aimed as School objective.
Beside all the information, a Quiz of 20 questions is available on each title.
English and Spanish available languages.
This title is part of Philips Media’s School 2000 Project.
|Credits||Marco Parisio Java (covers)|