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Second in the Pepperdine College sponsored "Crisis for Americans" series, this film chronicles in detail the use of violence and deceit by Soviet-based communist forces to spread their ideology and influence throughout the world, particularly during the period between 1939 and 1961. Utilizing newsreel footage, the film presents examples of Soviet aggression in Poland, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Romania, Albania, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, East Berlin, Hungary, Mongolia, China, Korea, Vietnam, British Guiana, and Cuba. The narrators are Harry Von Zell, radio, television, and film personality, and William J. Teague, Vice President of Pepperdine College.
Communism Communists Politics & government Politicians Political parades & rallies Political organizations Propaganda Economic & political systems International relations Campaigns & battles Anti-communism