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  • Color & B&W

    6 Movies 105 Minutes In August of 1942, forces under the command of Marine Major General Alexander Vandegrift made an amphibious landing on Guadalcanal, a 2500 square mile island in the southern Solomons. The landings were...

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    6 Movies 108 Minutes In April of 1944, the U.S. Army's 1st Cavalry Division launched Operation Brewer, a campaign to seize the Admiralty Islands and isolate the Japanese naval base at Rabaul. The landings were one phase of...

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    5 Movies 105 Minutes December 7th, 1941, a day that will live in infamy. Featured on this DVD are five rare WWII films created in the aftermath of the Japanese sneak attack on Pearl Harbor. Foremost among them is "December...

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    4 Movies 125 Minutes Even before December 7th, American volunteers fought against Japanese forces as members of the Flying Tigers. Once the U.S.A. officially entered the fight, the Tigers became the 14th Air Force, and...

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    6 Movies 110 Minutes America's island-hopping campaign culminated in two dreadful Pacific battles. At Iwo Jima, nearly 7,000 G.I.s sacrificed their lives to secure victory. Just a few months later, nearly twice as many...

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    4 Movies 140 Minutes From September of 1940 until May of 1943, Allied and Axis armies clashed in the deserts of North Africa. Hitler's Afrika Korps, led by the masterful Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, achieved initial success...

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    4 Movies 100 Minutes Encouraged by victories in North Africa and Sicily, the Allies sought to consolidate their gains by assaulting mainland Italy in September of 1943. The goal was to relieve the Russian Front and tie up...

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    3 Movies 120 Minutes While D-Day began officially on June 6, 1944, the invasion of France actually started on the 5th, as thousands of paratroops dropped into Normandy. The battles that raged in the months that followed...

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  • Color & B&W

    5 Movies 110 Minutes Some of Hollywood's brightest stars joined the fight against Facism. Featured on this DVD are original WWII documentary and training films that feature Clark Gable, James Stewart, and the actor who...

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    2 Movies 75 Minutes While air battles raged over the European continent, a different kind of war was fought over the Atlantic and North Sea by the aircraft of Britain's Coastal Command. Sunderland and Catalina flying boats...

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    5 Movies 110 Minutes The atomic bomb was the most secret and expensive r&d program of WWII. The second-most expensive was the airplane that would carry it: the B-29. Nicknamed the Superfortress, the four-engine giant...

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    2 Movies 80 Minutes One of the most celebrated Royal Air Force documentaries, Target for Tonight follows the crew of the Wellington bomber "F for Freddie" during a midnight raid on Freihausen, Germany. Starring a real-life...

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    6 Movies 110 Minutes After the fall of France in 1940, Adolph Hitler turned his sights to Britain. Before an invasion could begin, the Royal Air Force would have to be destroyed. Hermann Goring believed the task would be...

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    4 Movies 86 Minutes William Wyler's documentary "The Memphis Belle" is perhaps the most famous film to emerge from WWII. Wyler and Ed Steichen's "Thunderbolt!", a portrait of the P-47 and the men who flew it, is every bit...

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    3 Movies 150 Minutes In October of 1943, the Eighth Air Force made a series of "maximum effort" bombing raids into occupied Europe. The targets were Anklam, Marienburg, and Gdynia in Poland, all industrial centers for the...

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    Famed Hollywood director William Wyler (then Colonel Wyler) supervised the production of "The Memphis Belle". This 41-minute documentary was distributed in 1944 by Paramount for the Office of War Information. It was...

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