I Hiked Iwo Jima: A Virtual WWII Battlefield Tour



Join history professor Jared Frederick for a rare exploration of the remote Pacific WWII battlefield of Iwo Jima. Supplemented with rich historian commentary, maps, footage, and firsthand accounts, this virtual tour examines the southeastern portions of the volcanic island, including Mount Suribachi–site of the famous 1945 flag raisings.
Read “Closing In: Marines in the Seizure of Iwo Jima:”
Read “Attack Transport – Iwo Jima: The USS Lowndes:”
Read “A Tomb Called Iwo Jima:”

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Reel History delves into historical films to separate fact from fiction. These engaging episodes explore, contextualize, and clarify stories related to the most famous historical movies. In contrast to the more prevalent “reaction” videos, these installments seek not only to entertain but to educate and inform. For host Jared Frederick and producer Andrew Collins, these episodes are a labor of love and a means of expressing passion for the past as well as cinema. Courteous viewer feedback is always welcome. The views expressed are our own and do not necessarily represent our employers or organizations with which we are involved.

The intro music is “Salute to a New Beginning” by the United States Army Herald Trumpets.

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