The 60-minute documentary Over There concentrated on WWI (as if there was any doubt). The images included herein were culled from official U.S. and Allied government newsreels. Very little was included here that hadn't been seen in a dozen other wartime documentaries, but at least the familiar footage was cleverly handled. Over There was produced through the auspices of the Daughters of the American Revolution, who wanted to offer a record of the war that concentrated on "cold facts" rather than romanticized reminiscences. For its original New York presentation, the film was accompanied by a "live" lecture from DAR national chairman Mrs. Newton Chapman.
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