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The Last Days of World War II (1995)

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The end of the Second World War in Europe, and the aftermath: war criminals to be brought to trial, stolen art treasures to be returned to their rightful owners.

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Credited cast:
Announcer (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Konstantin Akinsha ...
Kenneth Alford ...
Himself (archive footage)
Tom Allen ...
Stephen Ambrose ...
Himself (as Stephen E. Ambrose)
Hans Amtmann ...
Irina Antonova ...
Bruce Ashcroft ...
Vic Bilek ...
Belton Cooper ...
Forrest Dixon ...
Moisey Dubinsky ...
Walter Farmer ...
Joel H. Fisher ...
Si Frumkin ...


The end of the Second World War in Europe, and the aftermath: war criminals to be brought to trial, stolen art treasures to be returned to their rightful owners.

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An excellent account of the last days of WWII.
22 January 2009 | by (S. Lake Tahoe, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a fantastic 20 something part account of WWII. I have seen, read, studied WWII and all of the major & minor characters & battles so on and so forth. One thing I've learned over the years, is that just when you think you know all of the stories of WWII, there is a thousand more you haven't heard of. I know a lot especially compared to my contemporaries & even more than those who lived through that time. More than anything I find it a shame that all those that were part of the fight against the Axis powers (that's Germany, Japan & Italy for those that don't know, but you probably aren't reading this anyway) but even to those that think they know everything about WWII this is still a pretty entertaining watch. They don't delve too deep into things, but they cover a lot of ground and do in order which is extremely refreshing. My only real complaint is that much of the info is repeated over and over again which gets old and annoying. This covers both the war against the Nazi's very well & does pretty good service to the island hopping campaign against the Japanese as well. This is a good resource for those willing to learn more & are interested in the stories the men have to tell who were there before they are all gone.

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