36th INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II and THE BATTLE OF SAN PIETRO, the Academy Award winning documentary with the most ferocious combat filmed in WWII. Includes four related films on one DVD.
36th INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II. Four films:
 36th INFANTRY DIVISION. Remember the names: Salerno, San Pietro, Monte Cassino, Anzio, and Rome. The 36th slugged its way up the rugged Italian boot, wrestling the land of DaVinci and Michelangelo from the despised Wehrmacht. This exciting combat footage includes the dramatic liberation of Rome, as well as the final push into Germany itself.
 THE BATTLE OF SAN PIETRO. Critics and historians alike rate this Academy Award winning footage the most exciting combat photography to come from our combat cameramen in WWII. Directed by famed John Houston, one of the premier American filmakers, THE BATTLE OF SAN PIETRO is an outstanding testament to the valor of the U.S. infantryman. The battle scenes were so devastatingly ferocious the War Department originally planned to suppress this brilliant footage. An unforgettable film!
 LIBERATION OF ROME. This is the official U.S. combat film account of the breakthrough at Cassino and Anzio to liberate the Italian capitol.
 INVASION OF SOUTHERN FRANCE. The exciting story of Operation Dragoon which resulted in the liberation of southern and central France. Shows the massive invasion by the 7th U.S. Army forces and the subsequent linkup with General Patton's 3rd Army.