THE FABULOUS SIXTIES: 1964
Produced by Philip S. Hobel
Narrated by Peter Jennings
1993, 45 minutes
"The writing and narration is excellent and includes a taste of humor and irony. The series could be used by students to follow particular topics or events as they unfold through the decade or as a resource for term papers and classroom presentations."--School Library Journal
1964: The Beatles invade the U.S.; Khrushchev overthrown; LBJ i the White House; Martin Luther King, Jr. receives Nobel Prize; Cassius Clay; Marshall McLuhan; China becomes nuclear power; Civil Rights workers killed in Mississippi.
Subjects & Collections
THE FABULOUS SIXTIES (Series)
The major political, cultural and social issues of each year in the decade are brought vividly to life in this ten-part historical series.
REVIEW OF THE SIXTIES
A fast-paced overview of the events, issues and personalities of the decade, including the assassinations of two Kennedys and Martin Luther King, Jr.; the Beatles; space exploration; a confrontation in Cuba; and U.S. involvement in Vietnam.