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DVDs
War & Military

The Civil War

The Civil War - A Film by Ken Burns (1990)

The Last Days of the Civil War

Civil War Minutes - Confederate Set 1-2

Gettysburg and Stories of Valor - Civil War Minutes III DVD Box Set Narrated by Keith Carradine

World War II

The Last Days of World War II (History Channel)

WWII In Color (1998)

Complete History of WWII

Ultimate National Geographic WWII Collection

Korean War

Secrets Of War: The Korean Conflict (1998)

Military

Navy SEALs: America's Secret Warriors (1998)

Terror in the Skies - Military Air Disasters (2000)

 

The World At War - Complete Set

Amazon.com Review:  Amazon.com essential video
Sir Jeremy Isaacs highly deserves the numerous awards for documentaries he has earned: the Royal Television Society's Desmond Davis Award, l'Ordre National du Mιrit, an Emmy, and a knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II. His epic The World at War remains unsurpassed as the definitive visual history of World War II.
The Second World War was different from other wars in thousands of ways, one of which was the unparalleled scope of visual documents kept by the Axis and Allies of all their activities. As a result, this war is understood as much through written histories as it is through its powerful images. The Nazis were particularly thorough in documenting even the most abhorrent of the atrocities they were committing--in a surprising amount of color footage. The World at War was one of the first television documentaries that exploited these resources so completely, giving viewers an unbelievable visual guide to the greatest event in the 20th century.

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