World War II: Witness to War tells the stories of the brave men and women who sacrificed everything in order to survive the war. Told through first-hand accounts, we revisit major battles and momentous events of the war that changed the world forever.
Episode 1x12; Dec 19, 2017
The provoking thoughts behind some of the war's most tragic events are shared as the war in the Pacific nears its violent end.
1x12: Final Victory
1x11: Fall of Berlin
1x10: D-Day and Liberation
1x9: Eastern Front
1x8: Hell in the Pacific
1x7: Desert War
1x6: Road to Burma
1x5: Bombing the Reich
1x4: Pearl Harbor
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