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Colour of War: The ANZACs (2004)

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Follows The Second World War in Colour (1999) See more »

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Must see for All Aussies and New Zealanders
5 February 2005 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

I watch this series of documentaries as a 20 year old, about to enlist in the Australian Royal Navy in a few months. I thought I had a good grasp of the world wars, but I was wrong. Seeing in actual colour men and woman of Australia and New Zealand, hearing our accents and seeing how scared and brave they were totally blew me away. Seeing how our nation was in the 1930s, the deep loyalty to England. Even though they were scared, they did what they had to do, and not only offered their support but their soldiers lives. This documentary provides a great deal of detail about the ANZACS (Australian New Zealand Army Core) and their countries in the time of war. I defy anyone to watch this and not have a deep emotional response.


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