The Birth of a Nation
The Birth of A Nation is a noiseless film from 1915 and the most elevated earning quiet film in film history. The film recounts a sentiment story amid the American common war. D.W. Griffith put vigorously in its high generation values, spearheading numerous new camera impacts. The Birth of a Nation was firmly challenged for its negative depiction of recently liberated slaves (generally white on-screen characters in blackface), which went ahead to make and spread negative pictures of blacks of the mid twentieth century in the United States. The film was utilized as an enlisting purposeful publicity by the KKK until the 1940s.