Return to Tarawa
The Leon Cooper Story
Ed Harris narrates the journey of a Navy veteran revisting the site of the Bloody Battle of Tarawa.Biographies & Memoirs / History - United States / Military / Nonfiction`strong> English 47m Sell Sheet
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|1 Video DVD w/Public Performance rights||Tue Feb 21 00:00:00 UTC 2017||199.99||199.99||852435007396P||Add to Cart|
|1 Video DVD||Tue Feb 21 00:00:00 UTC 2017||24.99||24.99||852435007396||Add to Cart|
Part 1 of the Return To... series.
Narrated by four-time Oscar nominee Ed Harris, Return to Tarawa follows the journey of World War II veteran Leon Cooper. Cooper was a U.S. Navy landing craft officer who fought in the Battle of Bloody Tarawa in 1943, helping to rescue numerous U.S. Marines from certain death. Cooper returns to the site in 2008 as a war historian to investigate disturbing reports about the current state of the fabled "Red Beach" and gather research for his book, The War in the Pacific: A Retrospective. Cooper is dismayed to discover that this hallowed ground where he once risked his life to save his fellow Americans is now strewn with garbage, a painful insult to his fellow marines and the sacrifice they made in one of the bloodiest three-day battles in American war history. Cooper's trip to Tarawa is full of wonder, anger, amazement and divine providence as he visits what is thought to be the graves of hundreds of soldiers still buried there.