Hitler's forces strike deep into the heart of the Soviet Union. With the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States formally enters the war and the conflict expands to encompass the Pacific basin as well. In Volume 2 of our video history of World War II, we follow the decisive turning points of the war: Midway in the Pacific, El Alamein in North Africa, and Stalingrad on the eastern front. Collectively, these epic battles marked the turning of the tide and the beginning of the long road that would see allied troops finally march through Rome, Berlin, and Tokyo. Based in part on previously unavailable, recently declassified archival footage, this is an outstanding video collection of the history of World War II. Approx running time: 58 minutes.