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Pacific War In Color, The
Pacific War In Color, The 8 x 60'
From the calm before the storm of 1937 to the bitter end in 1946, the Pacific War receives a thorough investigation in this engrossing documentary. The story begins in Japan. With the help of rare colour footage from the time, the quietness of peace is laid bare. But the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor begins seven months of Japanese dominance, as the US struggles to respond. By 1942, the US army finally records a victory, pushing the Japanese back and turning the tide of the war. But it will not be until 1945 that Japan surrenders. We explore the history, and the real human stories behind this bloody conflict. With the aid of unseen contemporary footage, each episode explores a different stage of the war, building a whole which is insightful, respectful, and comprehensive.

Duration

8 x 60'

Episodes - Please go to extras for episode breakdown

An Ocean apart Shockwaves Island Hopping
The Enemy Underground Striking Distance Fire from the Sky
No Surrender From the Ashes

Production Company

Smithsonian Networks

Broadcaster

Smithsonian Channel

Definition

HD

YOP

2017

Delivery

Imminent

Production Company
Smithsonian Networks
Broadcaster
Smithsonian Channel
Definition
HD
YOP
2017
Delivery
Imminent

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