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Honoring Veterans: Sammy Bernstein's Journey

As Veterans Day approaches, we are reminded of the debt of gratitude we owe to those who have served in the military, often facing unimaginable challenges and personal battles. It's a day to honor and recognize the sacrifices made by veterans from all walks of life, different generations, and diverse backgrounds. One powerful way to do this is by reflecting on the remarkable story of Samuel Bernstein in the film In the Shadow of Suribachi: Sammy's Story .  In the world of war movies , there are countless stories of bravery and sacrifice, but few can compare to the harrowing experience of Iwo Jima and the untold challenges faced by the young Marine, Sammy Bernstein. In the Shadow of Suribachi: Sammy's Story , directed by Joseph Conforti, is a powerful and gripping film that chronicles not only the horrors of one of the Marine Corps' bloodiest battles but also the personal battle Sammy fought against anti-Semitism within the World War II military. The movie's plot

Veterans Day: TheArchive's War Heroes Collection

This Veteran's Day,  TheArchive  is proud to present our war heroes collection and salute the brave soldiers celebrated in these films. Martin Sheen, Charles S. Dutton, and Patty Duke star in A Matter of Justice , based on a true story about a mother seeks justice in response to the mysterious murder of her young Marine son. She suspects her manipulatively-seductive daughter-in-law likely coerced a Marine into committing the act. When the puzzle is finally pieced together, the mother arrives at the epiphany that her son’s death was the fundamental element in a larger-scale scheme to reap his military benefits.  In Love and War , follows the true story of Vice Admiral James Stockdale (James Woods who was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance), a high-ranking naval officer with the distinction of being the longest held POW in Vietnam; and his wife Sybil Stockdale (Jane Alexander) co-founder of the National League of Families, a nonprofit organization that worked on behalf