Generals of the 20th Century
||(Win95/98 Only) (Retail) (GREATGENPR)
(Win95/98 Only) (Jewel Case) (GREATGENPJ)
The Minds of the Great Warriors of
Get ready for a remarkable "televisual" journey through the
great battlefields of the century. Join the century's great generals such as
George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, Norman Schwarzkopf, Dwight D. Eisenhower,
Erwin Rommel, Bernard Montgomery, Paul von Hindenburg, Edmund Allenby as well
as seven other heroic military minds.
A wealth of authentic sights and
sounds. We've searched the world's great archives, and uncovered
previously unknown private correspondence, to assemble a remarkably rich
collection of authentic film clips, photos, TV and radio broadcasts, newspaper
headlines, interviews and eyewitness accounts.
Immediately, you'll be caught up in these powerful sights
and sounds, and in the unique, interactive, documentary style in which they are
presented. Highly informative narratives underscore the drama of the
A totally unique experience.
The intuitive, easy-to-use interface puts intriguing aspects of some of
the century's great battles, strategies, and military minds right in front of
you. Immerse yourself in a riveting chronological account of the development of
warfare in this century. Focus on a particular war or general. Learn how these
great generals executed brilliant battle strategies. Pause to study the map of
a particular battle. You can even print, in color, the map or other text or
images from the supplemental screens for leisurely study or school reports.
More than history. The
Great Generals of the 20th Century is a must: for students seeking little-known
facts or photos to make their school reports come alive; for armchair generals
who want to know how great military minds developed their strategies; for
anyone who loves a dramatic story, brilliantly told.
More than 2.5 hours of authentic sights and sounds,
including 20 minutes of rare film footage and video, over 1,000 photographs,
and 100 battle maps.
- Witness General Schwarzkoft's stunning Gulf War
- Hear Generals reflect on the uncertainties of war
- See Montgomery grind down Rommel's forces
multimedia PC with a 486DX 33MHz processor (or higher), 8MB RAM, double speed
CD-ROM, 256 color SVGA (video card and monitor), sound card (16 bit
SoundBlaster compatible) with speakers or head phones, mouse, 8MB of available
hard disk space, Windows 95 or 98.
Does not work on Windows XP.
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