In early 1941, America was still unwilling to enter the war effort, believing that she had no direct interest in the stakes of battle. This all changed on the fateful morning of December 7th, 1941 when Japanese airplanes began a surprise air attack on Pearl Harbour. Out of the billowing clouds of smoke and the flames of sunken U.S. warships, America picked herself up, brushed herself off, and threw her hat in the ring of war. But just who was this enemy, Japan? American was all-too-familiar with her European enemies, but the Japanese posed quite a different story. They were as mysterious as their culture, their beliefs were strange and their ideas of warfare left American troops frustrated. This unique 3 DVD set of WWII documentaries offers a glimpse into America's conflict with Japan, from its hard-fought battles in the Pacific to its eventual victory won with the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.