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First Stop of the Luxury Boeing Jet Airliner Kicks off Global Junket and

World Premiere of Fast & Furious 7

Universal City, CA, March 18, 2015—Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, and Universal Pictures today unveiled the luxury Fast & Furious 777 airliner at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Actor/producer Vin Diesel was on hand as Etihad Airways Flight 171 arrived from Abu Dhabi to kick off the global junket and world premiere of Fast & Furious 7. The film arrives in theaters on April 3.

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DVD Review – Blitzkrieg, Lightning War

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This DVD complies war-time footage shot by German and Allied cameramen. Casualties amongst the cameramen was high. It is primary source material telling the story of the German combined arms concepts that delivered lightning war in the prelude to WWII and from 1939.

This powerful film presents a stunning picture of the Lightning War from the invasion of Poland to the defeat of France.

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DVD Review – Hitler’s War Machine, The Russian Front, 1941-1944

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This volume featuring translated Wochenschau newsreels dating from 1941 records the battles on the Finnish Front. Historians have treated this theatre as a side show but the spirited Finnish defence against huge Red Army forces continued to occupy Soviet resources that could have been better placed in the drive towards Berlin.

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DVD Review – Hitler’s War Machine, The Finnish Front, 1941-1944

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This volume featuring translated Wochenschau newsreels dating from 1941 records the battles on the Finnish Front. Historians have treated this theatre as a side show but the spirited Finnish defence against huge Red Army forces continued to occupy Soviet resources that could have been better placed in the drive towards Berlin.

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DVD Review – The Peninsular Collection, 95th Rifles, 1812 to the Pyrenees

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Yet another polished documentary from the BHTV Team. For those viewers new to BHTV military history DVDs, first glance at the jacket leaves the feeling that the presenters are a cast of thousands. This is the reason BHTV produces excellent presentations and the style is unique. The presenters are a band of historians, ex-soldiers, enthusiasts and battlefield guides. They know their subjects intimately and they have great enthusiasm for the subjects of the DVD. Having ex-soldiers in the team means that there is an eye for terrain which determines the outcome of most land battles. Adding into the presentation enactment groups, who are enthusiasts spending much of their spare time researching their uniforms and equipment and learning the stories behind the battles they re-enact, add a further valuable dimension, colour and movement. The elements of a BHTV presentation combine to produce not only a program of great authenticity, but a level of excitement that is entirely natural, deriving from the real events, and in great contrast to many television documentaries where the presenter has little knowledge or enthusiasm for the events, where artificial excitement is injected to keep things moving and getting in the way of the real story.

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DVD Review – The First World War, Nery and the Retreat From Mons

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As so often in British history, a victory was impossible because the odds against the BEF were so large, but a form of victory was delivered. The German master plan to hurl massive forces through neutral Belgium to the Channel Coast and then swing round to take Paris and cut off the French Army was defeated by the British fighting retreat. At this stage it was a battle for infantry, cavalry and field guns with the British Quick Firing horse artillery performing superbly. The German lost momentum and the front came to a halt, foxholes and short trenches developing into two opposing lines of ever deeper trenches that stretched from the Channel Coast to the Swiss border.

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