As one of the most economically-crippling, high-casualty, and devastating wars in history, World War II still stands as the conflict that revolutionized the planet. Using authentic wartime footage, this exclusive collection of eight classic war documentaries is a rare glimpse into history as it happened—these are the monumental battles of WWII as you've never before seen them. Big Battles of WWII
…you'll feel like you're on the front lines!
THE BATTLE OF GERMANY – THE FINAL ACT
These are the events that transpired in Germany as the Allied Forces began to systematically dismantle the Nazi war organization, as well as the shocking discovery of the Third Reich's horrific death camps.
THE BATTLE OF THE PACIFIC – THE SETTING SUN
The Pacific naval battles were the largest sea conflicts ever fought. This documentary highlights the heated struggle between two of the most powerful navies across incredible expanses of the Pacific Ocean.
THE BATTLE OF FRANCE – BLITZKRIEG
When Germany goes head-to-head with France, no other decision can be reached: Hitler must be stopped.
THE BATTLE OF THE PACIFIC – THE RISING SUN
As Japan invades China, the United States steps in to defend them as the battle of the Pacific commences.
THE BATTLE OVER EUROPE – THE KILLING OF EAGLES
These are the intriguing interviews of Sir Robert Saundby, General Adolf Galland, and Lieutenant Colonel John Keeler concerning their war experiences.
THE BATTLE OF BERLIN – DEATH OF A CITY
This is archival footage of the intense and destructive battle fought in Berlin—one of the final conflicts of the European Theatre of World War II in which the massive Soviet Army attacked from the east. Five days after the battle, Germany surrendered and Hitler was dead.
THE BATTLE OF MOSCOW – THE END OF THE ROAD
On June 22, 1941, Germany and its Axis allies took the Soviets by surprise and invaded the Soviet Union, eventually making their way to Moscow where the Soviets launched a massive counter-attack, leading to a morale-boosting victory.
THE BATTLE OF BERLIN – THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING
The Soviet offensive into what would become East Germany had two objectives: to be on a broad front and move as rapidly as possible, and to take possession of the zone—which could only be achieved if Berlin was quickly won.