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World War 2 from Above, History Channel documentry

Discussion in 'WWII General' started by DogFather, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. DogFather

    DogFather Member

    Dec 18, 2008
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    I just watched this doc: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCSyVl1H-Y4. I found it very entertaining, and a pretty good overview of the war.
    However, they left out Guadalcanal. I don't see how that battle could be left out of a doc on all of WW2. But, other than that it was
    real good. It had Conrad Crane "Historian" as one of the commentators. Crane was also in,The Bombing of Germany and The American Experience: Victory in the Pacific. Both, I felt did a good job of putting US & British bombing during the war in perspective. Here are those
    two, if anyone is wondering. PBS no longer has them on their web site.



    Victory in the Pacific, put the use of the Atom Bomb in perspective, better than most docs usually do. Richard B Frank comments in this
    doc. He's a real expert on the Pacific War. I realize posts may already been made about these docs. I searched on WW2 from above
    and nothing came up, so I thought I would post about it.
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