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Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 3

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 3

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 3 – At the beginning of January 1943, the situation for the soldiers of the 6th Army was hopeless: completely exhausted, half starved and apathetic, the men lay in their positions in freezing temperatures. They can no longer defend themselves, the ammunition is almost gone. Then, on January 8, 1943, the Soviets offered the Sixth Army […]

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Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 2

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 2

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 2: In the early morning of November 19, 1942, one of the most moving chapters of World War II began. A dense fog lay in the lowlands between the Don and the Volga. At 5:20 a.m., several thousand Soviet guns and Stalin organs opened fire. “It was breathtaking,” Captain Gerard Dengler recalls with a shudder. The

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Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 1

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 1

Stalingrad: A Trilogy episode 1 – With a force of over half a million men, the German army advanced towards the Caspian Sea and Stalingrad to capture the center of Soviet military industry. Hitler’s Sixth Army faced strong resistance from all sides and German soldiers perished in bloody battles. Yet Hitler still boasted on November 8th in Munich that Stalingrad

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The Man who Cracked the Nazi Code

The Man who Cracked the Nazi Code

The Man who Cracked the Nazi Code: What if the D-Day landings were only possible thanks to a chess player who cracked the encoded communications of the German army? 6 June 1944. D-Day. The biggest land and sea operation in history: 256,000 men, 20,000 vehicles and 4,000 landing craft. On this pivotal moment in history when the outcome of the

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World War II: Behind Closed Doors episode 1

World War II: Behind Closed Doors episode 1

World War II: Behind Closed Doors episode 1:Documentary series revealing the ‘behind-closed-doors’ politics of World War II. This episode focuses on the secret history of the non-aggression pact between Hitler and Stalin.     Alternative Stream   Documentary series using dramatic reconstructions and testimony from witnesses to reveal the ‘behind-closed-doors’ politics of the Second World War   World War II:

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Battle of Okinawa in Color

Battle of Okinawa in Color

Battle of Okinawa in Color: By mid-1945, Hitler is dead and the war has ended in Europe. Halfway around the world, however, the fighting is still going strong on a small island in the Pacific. Okinawa was the site of the last battle of the last great war of the 20th century, with a casualty rate in the tens of

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World War Speed - The Drugs that Won WWII

World War Speed – The Drugs that Won WWII

World War Speed – The Drugs that Won WWII: It’s long been known that German soldiers used a methamphetamine, called Pervitin, during WWII. But have tales of Nazis on speed obscured the massive use of stimulants by British and American troops?     Did total war unleash the world’s first pharmacological arms race? And in the face of industrial slaughter,

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