Synopsis by Sarah Sloboda
Archival footage narrated by Gary Tarpinian recounts the historical, political, technological, and social vicissitudes that pervaded the 20th century, focusing on events of a worldwide scale, and demonstrating transitions of cultural significance. Encyclopedia of the 20th Century: Days That Shook the World, Vol. 4 covers the period from 1960-1979, including events like the erection of the Berlin Wall, the deaths of President Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., and the first birth of a test tube baby.
events, history, past