Over 90 min of rarely before seen interviews, documentaries, war footage and more from private libraries of veterans from WWII.
True Glory (Parts 1 and 2) During the battle of Normandy invasion over 1,400 photographers and cameramen participated in the landings and subsequent battles for the hedgerows and beyond. This film features an introduction by General Dwight Eisenhower and tells the story of the fighting through the eyes of the soldiers who were there and offers a rare and often times brutal glimpse into what it meant to be a soldier on the ground during WWII.
Washington in War Time This short provides insight into what the war looked like from the seat of power in Washington DC. From President Roosevelt to his cabinet members, the entire government focused its energy on defeating the Axis powers.