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World War II veterans visit Iwo Jima for the 70th anniversary Mar. 21 in commemoration of the end of World War II.
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Experience the compelling true stories and historical accounts of remarkable heroism during World War II in this definitive collection from National Geographic. Featuring dramatic archival footage and unforgettable fi...
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A 26-episode World War II documentary, Victory at Sea is one of the most important series in the history of television. Made in 1952, the show was a huge success, winning many major awards and even spawning albums fea...
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In 1944, U.S. Navy planes attack a Japanese cruiser off Rabaul, New Britain Island.
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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 lac...
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A German cameraman's footage captures the brutality of the fighting during WWII.
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Iwo Jima was arguably the toughest battle the Marines had ever faced. The courage and sacrifice of the men who fought to secure the eight square miles of stinking sulfur rock and volcanic ash will never be forgotte...
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Rare color footage show American Air Force fighters engaging Japanese aircraft near the end of World War II in the Pacific.
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At first glance, the very concept of WWII in HD seems like an oxymoron. After all, isn't the footage from back then nothing more than grainy black-and-white newsreel? And really, how much definition can be added to fi...