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Programs for CSPAN3HD on Saturday, August 8, 2020
11:55 PM
Reel America The Spirit of Hiroshima - 1996 (Repeat) The documentary film "The Spirit of Hiroshima" explores the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, through the stories of several survivors.
12:30 AM
Reel America Effects of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
12:35 AM
Reel America The Children of Hiroshima - 1962 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
12:59 AM
Reel America Effects of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
1:01 AM
Reel America The Last Bomb - 1945 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
1:05 AM
FDR, Truman and the Atomic Bomb The National World War II Museum hosts a discussion with Clifton Truman Daniel, Paul Sparrow and Edward Lengel on the development and use of the atomic bomb. Clifton Truman Daniel(Participant), Paul Sparrow(Participant), Edward Lengel(Participant)
2:05 AM
Reel America August 1945 Universal Newsreel (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
2:21 AM
Reel America Combat Bulletin No. 65 - July 1945 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
2:37 AM
Reel America The Spirit of Hiroshima - 1996 (Repeat) The documentary film "The Spirit of Hiroshima" explores the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, through the stories of several survivors.
3:31 AM
Reel America The Children of Hiroshima - 1962 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
3:55 AM
Reel America Effects of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
4:25 AM
Reel America The Last Bomb - 1945 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
5:00 AM
FDR, Truman and the Atomic Bomb The National World War II Museum hosts a discussion with Clifton Truman Daniel, Paul Sparrow and Edward Lengel on the development and use of the atomic bomb. Clifton Truman Daniel(Participant), Paul Sparrow(Participant), Edward Lengel(Participant)
6:00 AM
Reel America August 1945 Universal Newsreel (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
6:16 AM
Reel America Combat Bulletin No. 65 - July 1945 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
6:34 AM
Public Affairs Events (Repeat) Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews are presented.
8:00 AM
Reel America The Spirit of Hiroshima - 1996 (Repeat) The documentary film "The Spirit of Hiroshima" explores the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, through the stories of several survivors.
8:55 AM
Oral Histories Eugene DiSabatino (Repeat, TV-G) In footage taken from the National World War II Museum's oral history collection, World War II veterans discuss their experiences in an interview setting.
10:00 AM
American Artifacts Hiroshima-Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Exhibit (Repeat) Visits to see museums, historic sites and archives take place.
10:35 AM
Reel America President of the United States - 1948 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
11:00 AM
Baseball & American Cities (Repeat) Paul Goldberger, author of "Ballpark: Baseball in the American City," explores the relationship between American cities and the growth of baseball. Paul Goldberger(Guest)
12:00 PM
The Presidency Portraying Abraham Lincoln (Repeat) An opportunity to learn about the legacies, policies and politics of former presidents and first ladies gets displayed.
1:00 PM
Researching the USS Indianapolis (Repeat) Lynn Vincent and Sara Vladic, co-authors of "Indianapolis," speak at the National Archives about the critical role played by the USS Indianapolis. Lynn Vincent(Participant), Sara Vladic(Participant)
1:55 PM
Oral Histories Joan Trumpauer Mulholland (New, TV-G) In footage taken from the National World War II Museum's oral history collection, World War II veterans discuss their experiences in an interview setting.
4:00 PM
History Bookshelf Johanna Neuman, Gilded Suffragists (Repeat) American history writers from the past decade open up about their books.
5:00 PM
U.S. Immigration Policy Since 1924 Law (Repeat) Author Jia Lynn Yang discusses her book "A Mighty and Irresistible Tide," which looks at the evolution of U.S. policy since the Immigration Act of 1924. Jia Lynn Yang(Participant)
6:00 PM
The Civil War Harold Holzer on Civil War Objects (New) An in-depth look at the people and events that helped shape actions of the Civil War and Reconstruction era gets shown.
6:55 PM
Lectures in History Polio Epidemic in the United States (Repeat) Instructors are recorded delivering classroom lectures and engaging students in discussion at universities and colleges around the United States.
9:10 PM
Life & Legacy of Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger (Repeat) The Supreme Court Historical Society hosts New York University law school professor John Sexton, who discusses Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger.
10:00 PM
Reel America Effects of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
10:30 PM
Reel America The Children of Hiroshima - 1962 (Repeat) A collection of short films that have historical significance, such as newsreels and documentaries, recounts the United States' history in the 20th century.
10:55 PM
Oral Histories World War II Veteran Harlan Twible (New, TV-G) In footage taken from the National World War II Museum's oral history collection, World War II veterans discuss their experiences in an interview setting.
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