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In London, Paris, New York, and Moscow, people take to the streets celebrating victory. Denmark, Norway, and the Channel Islands are liberated. However, in the Pacific Theater there is ... See full summary »

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Greg Stebner ... Narrator
Max Hastings ... Himself - Author, 'Armageddon'
Chester Gusick ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Henry Senger ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Omer Bartov ... Himself - Professor, Brown University
Bronia Rubin ... Herself - Holocaust Survivor
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas ... Himself - BBC Correspondent (archive sound) (as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
Otto Erxleben ... Himself - German Soldier
William Atwater ... Himself - Curator, US Army Ordnance Museum
Jay Lockenour ... Himself - Professor, Temple University
Paul Hennessey ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Harry Herder ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Ted Zetlin ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Europe
Donald Dencker ... Himself - WWII Veteran, Pacific
Kerry Smith ... Himself - Professor, Brown University
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In London, Paris, New York, and Moscow, people take to the streets celebrating victory. Denmark, Norway, and the Channel Islands are liberated. However, in the Pacific Theater there is still heavy fighting on Okinawa and in the Philippines. It's a matter of honor for the Japanese who cannot contemplate the shame of defeat and surrender. U.S. General Simon Buckner is determined to keep up the pressure. Written by Anonymous

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6 May 2005 (USA)  »

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