“John Adams” HBO Miniseries, The History of America

We decided to re-watch this wonderful miniseries based on the writing of the Pulitzer Prize winning author, David McCullough.  History comes alive with the superb acting, writing and story!   Yes, the inspirational  story of beginning of the United States of America.  It shows and tells the brave farmer army which took on the greatest army in the world, the writing of the Declaration of Independence, Adams and Jefferson in Europe, President George Washington and much more.  You might find yourself “binge watching” this seven episode miniseries.  It is available on HBO On Demand.

Continued  blessings of freedom!

 

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I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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8 Responses to “John Adams” HBO Miniseries, The History of America

  1. lauramacky says:

    That’s a really great series!

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  2. annetbell says:

    We really enjoyed it. I wish HBO would do another series about George Washington , Thomas Jefferson, or Benjamin Franklin. Come to think of it, I wish they would make all of them. I am sure they are expensive to film, but John Adams has been wildly popular as well as acclaimed.

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  3. Dalo 2013 says:

    🙂 A month ago, this came on here in Hong Kong and although it was just one episode I watched ~ I loved it. Will have to get the series on my iPad so I can watch it fully. Traveling more tonight, so I think I will download it now. Cheers!

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