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Horrors of World War I are relived as last survivors tell their tales in this new series
The Last Voices of WWI is a unique and harrowing six-part documentary series featuring testimonials from more than 100 WWI veterans. This culmination of interviews captured over the last 15 years has been put together in one series for the first time, along with historic newsreel footage and dramatic reconstructions.
Winner of a Royal Television Society Documentary Award (2009), this breathtaking series is praised for providing a unique historical record of a lost generation.
Aired on the History Channel UK, 2008
Produced by multi-award winning documentarians testimony films
Features the first ever interview with Harry Patch and the only ever interview with Henry Allingham, the two last surviving veterans of the war and oldest men in the world at the respective ages of 111 and 113
An excellent video of a long past war; a war brought to life once again by the testimony and memory of the last men and women to have survived it . Read morePublished 25 days ago by Joe T.
As the 100th anniversary of The Great War is upon us, it is a perfect time to remember that war. This production combines actual film footage, interviews with the oldest British... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sam
This DVD is awesome, it's better than reading a book about WW1 why you ask?
Your watching & hearing of actual battle accounts directly from the veterans who were there... Read more
I just watched this 2 disc DVD set again. Its just excellent. First hand experiences related by 100 year old veterans combined with archival photos and films make this a jewel that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Reginald N. Buchanan
This was a profound series to watch - to hear the stories of WWI directly from the people who lived it was incredible. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stella LaRue
We are indeed fortunate that the Imperial War Museum collected so many interviews with Great War veterans before they all passed away. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Coffing