Day by day. This is the story of last century’s bloodiest conflict.
In this compelling three-part mini-series, the confusion and chaos is explained by those who were there to witness it in extraordinary stories laced with heroes, villains, tragedy and triumph. Through first-hand accounts of the hostility and heroics that dominated the defining conflict of the 20th century, the battles are described in detail by veterans and victims as they relive the turmoil that affected them and their countries.
From the beginnings of Nazi Germany and its murderous practices, to the brutal battles between the US and the Japanese empire, the global combat is documented like never before.
Includes the bonus program Undercover History: The Hunt for Hitler.
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