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Gladiators of World War II: The Free French Forces

Led by General Charles De Gaulle, the Free French fought the Germans despite being branded as traitors by the official French government.
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2019; 2002
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Century of Flight: Airpower and Navies

This episode ofCentury of Flight focuses on Naval Aviation developed during World War II. Experience the terror ofIsoroku Yamamoto's attack on Pearl Harbor, and learn how it prompted advances in aircraft endurance. Examine the strengths and weaknesses of the aircraft carrier, and watch some of the great ships be sunk.Watch allied merchant convoys attacked by German U-boats, and find out how advanced radar systems and anti-submarine weaponry led to German Naval Commander Kyle Donitz declaring the Battle of the Atlantic a loss.
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2019; 1997
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Gladiators of World War II: RAF Fighter Command

This is the story of the Royal Air Force Fighter Command, including its duel with the German Luftwaffe over Southern England in the summer of 1940.
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2019; 2002
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Gladiators of World War II: The Anzacs

This episode of Gladiators of World War IIdocuments the bravery of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, aka the Anzacs, who held out against overwhelming odds to repel the German and Japanese forces.
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2019; 2002
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Gladiators of World War II: SAS

This program examines the British Special Air Service, from its conception as a small, deep-penetration raiding force in the deserts of Libya and Egypt during World War II.
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2019; 2002
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Gladiators of World War II: Norwegian Resistance

A look at the crucial role of the Norwegian resistance during the war—brave men and women who operated in the bleak, mountainous countryside.
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2019; 2002
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Return to Dak to

Five army veterans journey back to contemporary Vietnam intending to put their war experiences to rest. Disturbed by the new American wars, writer and Vietnam veteran Christopher Upham reconnects with his old battalion, the 299th Engineers. Upham's long-lost comrades tell him an unsettling truth—they thought that he was killed in the 1969 Dak To siege in Vietnam's Central Highlands. Upham and four Engineer comrades confront ghosts, former enemies, and the legacies of the Vietnam War. Questions raised by this documentary—about the role of soldiers, and the long term personal effects of war—take on a heightened poignancy in our current climate.
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2019; 2017
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Gladiators of World War II: The Royal Navy

At the beginning of World War II the Royal Navy was the largest navy in the world and a fearsome opponent.
Online
2019; 2002
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Ancient Rome - the Rise and Fall of an Empire: Constantine

The fifth episode in the landmark drama-documentary series shows how the Emperor Constantine brought Christianity to the western world.
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2019; 2006