Allied forces had planned to take the French city of Caen on D-Day, but more than a month later, German troops still cling stubbornly to the critical hub, bottling up 860,000 Allied soldiers on the ...
Six months after D-Day, the war in Europe reaches a stalemate. As Allied forces close in on the German border, supply lines fail to keep up and fighting conditions deteriorate as winter sets in. US ...
Desperately needing men and supplies to feed the Allied advance after D-Day, the Allies target the deep water port of Brest, France occupied by the Nazis since 1940. During the month long siege, the ...
It is obvious the rifles, etc., aren't actually firing. See more »
Close up look at battles
What differentiates this series from similar series is the close up and personal look at the action, sometimes with minute-by-minute accounts. Names, dates, times, and everything else about the series gives you an up-close look as you rarely get. Don't expect great acting or outstanding special effects. They're not there. But footage of battles and locations and some rarely scene footage help make this series distinct. Well, worth watching, though it could be better if they had a bigger budget.
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