The early days of the war bring some of Churchill's most difficult--and dangerous--decisions. As bombs rain down on London, the Prime Minister stubbornly insists on walking the streets among the people, watching air raids from rooftops, and visiting anti-aircraft battalions, with only Walter to protect him from the terror above. Written by
Did You Know?
Robert Powell - Narrator
More than 50,000 Londoners were killed during the Blitz.