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A film titled 'Fighter kills'. Gun camera footage shows strafing attack against German airfield with destruction of a Messerschmitt Me-210 on the ground. Other sequence show three Me-109s in different attacks, being ...
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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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Cameras capture a B24 Bomber plane getting shot, bursting into flames and crashing. This plane was nicknamed "Brief". Serial Number 44-42058.
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SOE - The Special Operations Executive was a World War II organisation of the United Kingdom. This History Channel documentary, "Churchill's Spy School" is about the men and women who risked their lives behind enemy l...
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U.S P-38 Lightnings strafing raid on German targets in WWII
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A documentary about how the sailors of the USS Pampanito lived and what they went through.
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A WWII fighter pilot was shot down after destroying multiple coastal and inland targets.
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They survived the Battle of the Bulge and they are still here to share their story. Albert and Chuck Davis - 90-year-old-twins and the only remaining of 6 sets of twins from the 17th Airborne - have a lot to tell abou...
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Britain at War In Colour features footage that has never, or rarely, been seen and that gives it a really fresh and interesting visual appeal. Being in colour also gives the cataclysmic events of 1939-1945, usually re...
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Early in the morning of December 16, 1944, German troops began an assault on U.S. and Allied forces in Europe. The Battle of the Bulge had begin. Seventy years later, VA’s Digital Media Engagement team sat down with f...
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During WWII, The USS John Burke was hit by a Kamikaze causing a massive explosion from all the ammunition stored inside. All 68 crew member perished in the explosion.
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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...