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Unsurpassed in depth and scope, its 26 hour-long programs feature an extraordinary collection of newsreel, propaganda, and home-movie footage drawn from the archives of 18 nations, including color close-ups of Adolf Hitler taken by his mistress, that present an unvarnished perspective of the war's pivotal events. Penetrating interviews with eyewitness participants--from Hitler's secretary to Alger Hiss to ordinary citizens who stood outside the battle lines--add spine-tingling, first-hand accounts to an already unforgettable viewing experience.
Informative and unbiased, THE WORLD AT WAR is the recipient of numerous accolades, including an International Emmy Award, The National Television Critic's Award for Best Documentary, and knighthood for its creator, Sir Jeremy Isaacs.
The most concise review of WW2 on video I've ever watched. Given as a gift to relative in military.Published 5 days ago by captenvideo
THIS IS A VERY GOOD DVD SET. EVERY EPISODE IS VERY CLEAR IN VIDEO AND AUDIO. YOU WILL LEARN EVERYTHING ABOUT WORLD WAR TWO FROM A TO Z. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Lou Dunn
The Blu-rays are fantastic. Very good quality and I enjoyed the documentaries.Published 10 days ago by Carina
Covers the subject well, with some emphasis on the British point of view.Published 29 days ago by Diana W. Montgomery
According to my father who served in the British Army, Royal Artillary, in the Battle of Britain, North Afrika, Sicily & Italy, "The World At War" is the best & most... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard I. Pigott
I got The World At War as a Christmas gift from my wife several years ago, but never got around to watching until I had several free weekends by myself. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carl Robinson
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|Blu-Ray version coming September 2010||
If the original TV interview and war footages were in 4:3 format, make it to 16:9 is not a good thing.... I would rather wish they keep the original aspect ratio.
Jul 9, 2010 by PawPawDog | See all 8 posts
|No subtitles, Why?||
An unacceptable situation for some of us/older folk with hearing impairments. I look for dvds/tapes which are close captioned (or sub-titled). Otherwise, I must max the TV volume... not good. I gather historical films are geared toward a wide market, students, history buffs, armed forces and... Read More
Jul 9, 2010 by rayd | See all 9 posts
|Question about the history channel dvd||
The HBO version which precedes the A&E by three years is 1920 min long vs. the A&E which is about an hour or so longer (note specs as listed on Amazon are misleading: the timing quoted for the A&E is only for the core documentary, to which you have to add about 8 hours of supplementary material;... Read More
Dec 26, 2009 by I. Martinez-Ybor | See all 6 posts
|Difference between the 30th Anniversary edition and the original DVD...||
The difference is simple: The 30th Anniversary Edition (PBS calls it "The Collector's Edition" -- same thing) contains over 3 hours of bonus material. You want this one, not the earlier version.
Aug 2, 2006 by James Goodfellow | See all 6 posts
|I Want to Know If The Set Has Closed Captions (CC), Than You||
Yes Sir it is denoted in the product description as having Closed Captions...
Oct 25, 2006 by Lickitysplit | See all 7 posts
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