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Combat Trains (2015)

Trains have played a crucial role in the war effort in the major conflicts of the past 150 years. These trains were a vital cog in the military machine from carrying troops, to moving ... See full summary »

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Jonathan Mayo
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Credited cast:
Mark Felton Mark Felton ... Himself - Historian
Edgar Jones ... Himself
Daniel Knight ... T E Lawrence
Lisa Ronaghan ... Georgeanna Woolsey
Nikola Trifunovic ... Rochus Misch
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Trains have played a crucial role in the war effort in the major conflicts of the past 150 years. These trains were a vital cog in the military machine from carrying troops, to moving hospitals, to being transformed into actual weapons. In this compelling series we tell the stories of these incredible trains... We combine expert interviews, authentic reconstruction, engineering graphics and archive, highlighting the extraordinary human stories alongside the engineering detail and military perspective. The stories are dramatic, exciting and filled with fascinating historical detail. Each of these incredible stories is set against a backdrop of conflict and we put the events into context. In addition to the stories of the trains we learn more about the military, political and domestic battles happening at the time. Written by Anonymous

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 December 2015 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Vlaky ve válce See more »

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Woodcut Media See more »
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16:9 HD
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accuracy is not important to the production company
10 July 2017 | by sickneeleSee all my reviews

I was watching the episode about the Nazi trains when it came to the section about the German invasion of Belgium. When the voice over said that Belgium was invaded in 1939, I realized how shoddy the documentary was. I have no time for inaccuracy in documentaries. This may seem petty but anybody with more than a passing knowledge of the war should know better than to say Belgium was invaded in 1939.


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