Free Presidential Documentaries: Must Watch!

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In the light of 2016 Presidential Election results, OVGuide is here to provide you with free documentaries focusing on previous elected Presidents of the United States of America. You can learn about the different policies and ideas of Presidents Obama, Kennedy and Nixon. These documentaries will give you insight on the past, present and future of American politics.

 Free Presidential Documentaries

Obama’s America
2016: Obama's America
Through interviews and reenactments, the film compares the similarities of the lives of D’Souza and President Barack Obama as D’Souza presents his theory alleging that early influences on Obama are affecting the decisions he makes as president.

JFK: A President Betrayed
JFK: A President Betrayed JFK: A President Betrayed uncovers new evidence that reveals how President John F. Kennedy boldly reversed deeply entrenched pro-war government policy to embark on secret back-channel peace efforts with Russian President Nikita Khrushchev, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro and other “enemies” of the United States. The film raises many questions as to whom his real enemies were.

Our Nixon
Our Nixon Newly uncovered Super 8 home movies filmed by Richard Nixon’s closest aides – and fellow Watergate conspirators – offer an intimate and surprising new glimpse into his presidency.
John F. Kennedy: Years Of Lightning, Days of Drums
John F. Kennedy: Years of Lightning, Day of Drums The film, containing both color and black-and-white footage, is narrated by Gregory Peck, and features extensive excerpts from President Kennedy’s speeches, including color footage of his swearing in and inaugural address.

If you are in the mood to watch more documentaries, check out our Roku Documentary Depot Channel. Documentary Depot  features thousands of documentaries on a variety of subjects. Whether you want to watch a Nature Documentary, a War Doc or something about recent events in Culture and Society, you can find them all on in the Documentary Depot Channel.

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