King Phillip's Wars

The History & Legacy of America's Forgotten Conflict

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Library Journal

Reviewed on March 15, 2011

In this beautiful, heartrending, yet horrifying film, North Koreans tell their stories of imprisonment, sexual slavery, torture, murder, and escape to China or South Korea during the nearly 50-year regime of Kim Il Sung (1912–94). The interviews are illustrated through the interspersion of dance sequences, archi...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

School Library Journal

Reviewed on August 1, 2011  |  Video/DVD

Gr 9 Up—King Phillip's War, named after the Wampanoag leader (Metacom), began in Plymouth colony in 1675 and spread throughout New England. It was the bloodiest war in American history, with a per capita casualty rate twice that of the Civil War and seven times that of World War II. Half of the New England towns were attacked, and 20 percent of the Native Americans living in New England were killed. This film provides a low-key, but informati...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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