I saw this twice. Once when it was first released, then a few years later when a local station reran it. A book was published, reprising the narrative scripts. This one I've not forgotten, and as I age, I get increasingly frustrated that it's never been released to DVD or even VHS. This is one of the best documentaries of the European theater of World War II. The series brings fine detail to the beginnings of the war, and how it commenced. All historical documentaries should be this good: then students would be motivated to pay attention to the unfolding of events.
If it ever appears for home viewing, I'd be first in line to order a copy.
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