The Last Days of World War II: Season 1, Episode 21

July 8-July 14 (8 Jul. 2005)

TV Episode  -  Documentary | History | War
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In Indochina, Chinese forces advance rapidly eastwards and cut the last link between the Japanese army and its garrison, while the U.S. 3rd Fleet joins the attack on Tokyo for the first ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Stebner ...
Narrator
William Atwater ...
Himself - Curator, US Army Ordnance Museum
James L. Wilson ...
Himself - WWII Veteran, Pacific
Gregory J.W. Urwin ...
Himself - Professor, Temple University
Roy Tew ...
Himself - WWII Veteran, Pacific
Robert Fike ...
Himself - WWII Veteran, Pacific
George Elsey ...
Himself - U.S. Foreign Policy Aide, 1945-1947
Alan Brinkley ...
Himself - Professor, Columbia University
Richard Rhodes ...
Himself - Author, 'The Making of the Atomic Bomb'
Kerry Smith ...
Himself - Professor, Brown University
Omer Bartov ...
Himself - Professor, Brown University
James Sheehan ...
Himself - Professor, Stanford University
Paul Hennessey ...
Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Max Hastings ...
Himself - Author, 'Armageddon'
Wolfgang Leonhard ...
Himself - German Communist, WWII (as Wolfgang Leonhart)
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In Indochina, Chinese forces advance rapidly eastwards and cut the last link between the Japanese army and its garrison, while the U.S. 3rd Fleet joins the attack on Tokyo for the first time. In Berlin, U.S. and British troops take control of their allotted sectors from the Red Army. In turn, the two countries agree to share some control with the French. And General Eisenhower issues a farewell message to all Allied troops in Europe. Finally, this episode profiles the F-6 Hellcat as the "Weapon of the Week." Written by Anonymous

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