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    The fall of a nation

    • Year Released: 1916
    The Fall of a Nation (1916) was an American silent drama film directed by Thomas Dixon, Jr., and is a sequel to the 1915 film The Birth of a Nation, directed by D. W. Griffith. Dixon, Jr. attempted to cash in on the success of the controversial first film. The Fall of a Nation is considered to be the first ever film sequel. Based upon a novel of the same name (also written by Thomas Dixon, Jr.), the film is now considered a lost film. The Fall of a Nation is an attack on the pacifism of William Jennings Bryan and Henry Ford and a plea for American preparedness for war. America is unprepared for an attack by the "European Confederated Army", a European army headed by Germany. The army invades America and executes children and war veterans. However, America is saved by a pro-war Congressman who raises an army to defeat the invaders with the support of a suffragette. According to IMDb the film is split into three sections: "A nation falls", "The heel of the conqueror" and "The uprising two years later". Some battle scenes were filmed in the same location as Birth of a Nation, at a cost of $31,000. The film had a musical score produced by Victor Herbert. The Encyclopædia Britannica
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