Man, moment, machine Shot down, the U2 spyplane [electronic resource] / produced by Edelman Productions for the History Channel ; producer/director, Michael Mcinerney ; writer/producer, Jonathan Gruber.

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Shot down, the U2 spy plane
Shot down, the U-2 spyplane
[New York] : A&E Television Networks : distributed in the U.S. by New Video, c2005.
American history in video.
1 streaming video file (45 min.) ; sd., col.
Military weapons -- History.
U-2 (Reconnaissance aircraft).
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"In 1960, the U.S. and Soviet Union appeared to be on the brink of war. Desperate for information about their adversary's nuclear capability, the Americans sent CIA pilot Francis Gary Powers over the Soviet Union in the extraordinary U-2 spyplane. 11 miles above Earth, at the edge of space, Powers felt safe from attack--but he was wrong. From the fateful switch at the beginning of the mission to his exchange for a Soviet spy two years later, MAN, MOMENT, MACHINE chronicles Powers' fateful trip." -- Distributor Web site.
Title from title frames (American History in Video, viewed on Nov. 26, 2010).
Art and design @2010 A&E Television Networks.
Episode from the television series: Man, moment, machine.
Subtitle from original container and disc.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2010. (American history in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Ellis, Hunter, 1968- , Narrator
Gruber, Jonathan. , Author, Producer
McInerney, Michael. , Producer, Director
Arts and Entertainment Network. st
Edelman Productions.
Arts and Entertainment Network. st
History Channel (Television network) , Producer
New Video Group.
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