Featuring Some of the Most Memorable Names and Events During America's Involvement in the WWII European Theater
Our WWII Rampage Across Europe DVD set includes a set of four revealing DVDs illustrating U.S. involvement in the European Theater during World War II. These are war movies from the National Archives, shown as they were originally filmed and edited. Complete with the following features:
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- Includes four DVDs featuring eight captivating films:
- Target for Tonight (1941): The planning and execution of a bombing raid on Germany, demonstrating target selection and the raid order working its way through the chain of command.
- The Battle of Britain (1943): Watch the British defense against German air strikes, the Christmas Eve bombing of London, its aftermath, and more.
- D-Day (1944): See footage of the run-up to the Allied invasion and conquest of Western Europe. See actual footage of the struggle at Omaha Beach and the Nazi retreat from Paris.
- The True Glory (1945): The Academy Award®-winning film on the Allied invasion and conquest of Western Europe. See actual footage of the struggle at Omaha Beach and the Nazi retreat from Paris.
- San Pietro (The Battle of San Pietro) (1945): John Houston shows the price paid in death and destruction for troop advancement in this controversial film featuring a blend of documentary and manipulated footage.
- The Liberation of Rome (1944): Footage showing the surrender of the Italian Navy to the Allies landing at Reggio Calabria. See the Allied forces enter Naples, the fall of Cassino, and the Nazi retreat from Rome.
- Denmark Fights for Freedom (1944): This documentary tells of the bravery of the Danish resistance to Nazi occupiers. Their work included acts of sabotage and other forms of defiance while facing curfews, imprisonment, and murder.
- Target for Today (1944): From preparation to post-mission debriefing, go behind the scenes of the England-based 8th Bomber Command as it plans and executes a bombing run on German industrial centers.
- Includes wartime footage of General Eisenhower, the surrender of the Italian Navy to the Allies, and more.
- Digitally remastered for pristine quality to give you the highest quality collection of war films available anywhere
- Total run time: Approximately 340 minutes
- This program is not rated. May contain scenes and language not suitable for all viewers.