Wwii Frontlines

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 8 - Berlin

3.0 2 x
April 1945, Berlin - the last savage chapter in the Battle for Europe. Stalin's generals compete to avenge the Nazis assault in the East and raise the Red Flag over the Reichstag.
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Series 1, Episode 7 - Iwo Jima

4.0 2 x
Iwo Jima was where a quarter of all the US Marines who died in World War II were killed. The Leathernecks had to re-think their tactics, as one in three became a casualty.
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Series 1, Episode 6 - Bastogne

3.0 1 x
20/12/1944; the Germans attacked the Allies in the Ardennes. The US 101st Airborne rushed to Bastogne and halted the Nazi advance long enough for Patton's 3rd Army to arrive.
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Series 1, Episode 5 - Hill 112

4.0 4 x
Three weeks after D-Day, the Allied advance has stalled. The killing fields around Hill 112 become a graveyard for the British soldiers that try to take it.
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Series 1, Episode 4 - Omaha

4.0 6 x
Omaha beach - a nightmare for advancing American troops: open ground, sustained fire, heavy casualties and no retreat. But the whole fate of D-Day hinged on Omaha succeeding.
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Series 1, Episode 3 - Anzio

4.0 4 x
On January 22nd 1944, two divisions land at the Italian port of Anzio in one of the easiest Allied amphibious assaults of the war.
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Series 1, Episode 2 - Monte Cassino

3.0 6 x
In January 1944 thousands of Allied troops converge on Monte Cassino. Over the next four months the Monastery is reduced to rubble and the fight claims over 200,000 lives.
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Series 1, Episode 1 - Midway

3.0 12 x
Midway became the location for the most decisive naval battle in the Pacific War. The Japanese should have triumphed, yet the Americans turned the Japanese trap into a bold ambush.
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Series 1, Episode 8 - Berlin

4.0 2 x
April 1945, Berlin - the last savage chapter in the Battle for Europe. Stalin's generals compete to avenge the Nazis assault in the East and raise the Red Flag over the Reichstag.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 7 - Iwo Jima

3.0 3 x
Iwo Jima was where a quarter of all the US Marines who died in World War II were killed. The Leathernecks had to re-think their tactics, as one in three became a casualty.
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