Annette Defuso

Here is a look at some of the DVDs recently added to the adult collection at the library. If you’ve missed a new movie or television program, wish to revisit an old favorite, or are looking for something completely different, stop by and browse through our selection of videos. They are all available to borrow free of charge.

New history programs include “First Horse Warriors” which looks for evidence of how and when people first began riding horses. “Henry IX, the Lost King” tells the story of a mostly forgotten 17th-century Scottish prince who could have become king and changed the course of history. “Korea, the Never-ending War” examines events leading up to the Korean War and then follows its aftermath and effect on current affairs. “The Last Survivors” presents powerful interviews with some of the last living victims of the Holocaust. “Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation” recalls the three-day music festival on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.

Annette DeFuso is a technical services librarian for the Adams County Library System.

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