The World at War (1973–1976)
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Reckoning: 1945... and After 

As wretched survivours suffer deprivations amongst the ruins, half of Germany and eastern Europe trade one socialist tyranny for another as the Soviets take power. Japan is occupied by the U. S., but the colonial empires disintegrate.

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Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Stephen Ambrose ...
Himself - Historian
Charles Bohlen ...
Himself - U.S. State Department, 1945
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Himself - Foreign Affairs 1945 (as Lord Avon)
Noble Frankland ...
Himself - Historian
Ursula Gray ...
Herself - German Refugee, 1945
Averell Harriman ...
Himself - U.S. Ambassador to Moscow 1945
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Himself - Supreme Commander, S.E.Asia (as Admiral Lord Mountbatten)
William Robertson ...
Himself - U.S. Army, 1945
Christa Ronke ...
Herself - Berliner, 1945
Hartley Shawcross ...
Himself - Nuremberg Prosecuter 1945 (as Lord Shawcross)
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Himself
Douglas Spencer ...
Himself - U.K. Occupation Force, 1945
Kay Summersby ...
Herself - U.S. Army, 1945
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As wretched survivours suffer deprivations amongst the ruins, half of Germany and eastern Europe trade one socialist tyranny for another as the Soviets take power. Japan is occupied by the U. S., but the colonial empires disintegrate.

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1 May 1974 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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