Sigal Museum new logoThe Second World War 70th Anniversary Commemorative Days of History
at the Sigal Museum, 342 Northampton Street Easton
Presented by:

Lou Reda Logo Lou Reda Productions & the History ChannelHistory Channel Logo
This series is free and open to the public.
Donations gratefully accepted to support the history programs of the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society.
Veterans & Enlisted Personnel invited to enjoy a free museum tour on film days.


Showing Times: Mon-Sat 9:30am-3:00pm, Sun noon-4:00pm on loop

*WWII in HD will be shown monthly on or about the 2nd Saturday. Check for WWII in HD schedule

JULY 2013

7/3 Guadalcanal

The War in the Pacific

7/12 Battle of Kursk

Hell’s Battlefield


8/14 VJ Day

Battles that Doomed Japan;

D Days in the Pacific: Closing the Jaws; Japanese War

Crimes: Murder under the Sun


9/11 Hero Ships: USS New York

9/13 General Pershing’s Birthday

John J. Pershing: The Iron General

9/18 Birthdate of U.S. Air Force:

WWII: The Air War


10/13 Birthdate of the U.S. Navy:

Hero Ships, Vol 1&2

10/25 Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors

10/26 Leyte Gulf

Showdown at Leyte Gulf


11/10 Birthdate of the U.S. Marine Corp.:

A Fellowship of Valor: Battle History of the US Marines;

Pageantry of the Corps: History of the US Marines;

Unsung Heroes: Sledgehammer

11/20 Nuremberg Trials Begin

Nuremberg: Tyranny on Trial


12/7 Road to Infamy: Pearl Harbor

12/16 Battle of the Bulge: Hell’s Battlefield

12/17 Massacre at Malmedy


1/16 Last horse mounted cavalry charge:

Crossed Sabers: The Story of the U.S. Horse Cavalry

1/26 General MacArthur’s birthday

Douglas MacArthur: The Return of a Legend


2/4 USO Founded

Soldiers in Greasepaint: The History of the USO

2/12 General Bradley birthday

General Omar Bradley

2/19 U.S. Marines land on Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima: Hell’s Volcano

2/22 Crevalle launched

WWII Sub Rescue

2/24 Admiral Nimitz birthday

Admiral Chester Nimitz: Thunder of the Pacific

MARCH 2014

3/22 Dispatch of the HAMMER team

History Under Cover Piercing the Reich

APRIL 2014

4/1 Okinawa (through 6/22):

Okinawa: The Last Battle

4/27 Holocaust Remembrance Day

Nuremberg: Tyranny on Trial

MAY 2014

5/1/ USS Bowfin Commissioned

USS Bowfin: Pearl Harbor Avenger

JUNE 2014

6/6 D-Day: Tribute to WWII; WWII in HD;

Hell’s Battlefield: D Day

About Reda Productions.
Lou Reda, the company’s founder, first made a national name for himself in 1982 when he executive produced the CBS miniseries The Blue and Gray (starring Gregory Peck as Abraham Lincoln). Over the next 30 years the company produced more than 500 hours of programming for US and international television networks, including A&E, History, BIO, Discovery, Military Channel, CBS, HDNet and Viacom, while garnering immense praise in the form of a People’s Choice Award, eight Emmy nominations, five Cine Golden Eagles and nine Tellys. Among the company’s recent productions are the event television
series WWII in HD (narrated by Gary Sinise) and Vietnam in HD (narrated by Michael C. Hall), produced for History.
Today, Lou Reda Productions continues to develop and produce entertaining unscripted series and outstanding factual programs. Like the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society, this Easton-based producer believes that innovative storytelling, engaging characters and high production value are key to the success of any project.
The Reda Archives is one of the largest privately owned film collections in the United States. It contains
approximately 15,000 hours of archival material, on topics including:

  • All Major Wars and Military Engagements
  • All Branches of the US Armed Forces
  • Personalities
  • Sports
  • Americana
  • Entertainment
  • Industry
  •  Newsreels
  • Home Movie Collections