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Even in war, guns are not the exclusive property of Europe. In the context of the Thirty Years' War in seventeenth-century Europe, for example, guns were given to the Dutch by the Spanish and the English by the French. The former were relatively successful, the latter not. The former's lack of success was linked to the Dutch insistence on using 'long' guns that put the ballistics of artillery to better use than the one-shot-kill of the single shot musket. In the fourteenth century the English defeated the French in battle, but it was the French who invented gunpowder. It was the English who were to profit from it. This was not a total reversal of fortune. The English were to win the war, and the French to become Europe's first global power. But the success of the English in the conflict had more to do with their victory at Agincourt than with gunpowder, which they did not manufacture at all. It was the French, after all, who were to give Europe a new king, Philip VI, the first of a long line of French monarchs who were to be crowned in a golden coach.
The DVD - The movie itself is in 2.35:1 widescreen video. It is a well-done and well-edited look at the actual event from the perspective of a participant. This film is in good condition, but there are a few minor scratches on the disc.
Extras - There are some 'behind the scenes' extras on the DVD. These come in three parts. The first 'part' is an hour long documentary called 'Woodstock: People to People'. It is a look at the events and history leading up to the actual concert. There are some interesting interviews including the band that played at the concert as well as some local citizens who were there. The second part is a documentary called 'Reflections of a Woodstock '69'. This is a one hour look at the festival itself. It was made for the 50th anniversary of the festival and was originally broadcast on PBS. In it you see the daily lives of the various bands and performers. The third part is a 1970 one-hour interview with director Michael Wadleigh. He recalls the making of the film and gives some insight into the time period and the life he led during that period. 827ec27edc