This documentary discusses the liberation of Paris in August 1944.
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This is the definitive film about World War II, made using the most dramatic documentary footage ever seen. In addition to action at the fronts and in the war rooms around the world, there are penetrating interviews with statesmen and military leaders of the time. Further, The World at War chronicles events through the experiences of ordinary men and women--American, British, German, Japanese, and Russian, in uniform and out--who lived and fought through the most momentous conflict in world history.
Pincers With the liberation of Paris on August 25, 1944, the war seems to some to be as good as over. The Russians from the East and the Allies from the South and West are ready for the advance on the Fatherland. At this point, the disparity of views between Montgomery and Eisenhower reaches a critical point. The Americans plan advance on a broad front; Montgomery wants a narrow strike to burst through to the Ruhr and thus plans the Arnheim raid. Written and produced by Peter Batty.
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