The World at War

February 2020
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Remember (S1E26)

3.0 4 x
Laurence Olivier narrates the iconic, 26-part documentary series about World War II. As peace descends in 1945, the series ends with a sombre reminder of the human cost.
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Remember (S1E26)

3.0 6 x
Laurence Olivier narrates the iconic, 26-part documentary series about World War II. As peace descends in 1945, the series ends with a sombre reminder of the human cost.
1:00:00

Nemesis (S1E21)

3.0 3 x
The final death throes of the Third Reich described by Laurence Olivier. Hitler retreats to his bunker as Germany crumbles around him and Allied troops arrive in Berlin.
1:00:00

Nemesis (S1E21)

3.0 3 x
The final death throes of the Third Reich described by Laurence Olivier. Hitler retreats to his bunker as Germany crumbles around him and Allied troops arrive in Berlin.
1:00:00

Reckoning (S1E25)

3.0 2 x
Discover how the superpowers established a new political order at the end of World War II. Laurence Olivier's narration and interviews with statesmen paint a vivid picture.
1:00:00

The Bomb (S1E24)

4.0 2 x
The critically acclaimed documentary series all about World War II. Hear about the Allied scientists' controversial efforts to develop a new, immensely powerful weapon.
1:00:00

Pacific (S1E23)

4.0 3 x
World War II in revealing detail, narrated by the great actor Laurence Olivier. Hear how the Americans fought their way across the Pacific towards Japan and the Philippines.
1:00:00

Japan (S1E22)

3.0 2 x
Japan's involvement in World War II is the focus of this watershed in documentary-making. Narrated by the great Laurence Olivier, incredible interviews also help set the scene.
1:00:00

Nemesis (S1E21)

4.0 2 x
The final death throes of the Third Reich described by Laurence Olivier. Hitler retreats to his bunker as Germany crumbles around him and Allied troops arrive in Berlin.
1:00:00

Reckoning (S1E25)

4.0 4 x
Discover how the superpowers established a new political order at the end of World War II. Laurence Olivier's narration and interviews with statesmen paint a vivid picture.
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