Series three carries on in traditional Hetalia style but with a much broader and in depth look at other characters than the main 8 (although their spotlight still shines so no disappointment for allies and axis fans). For those that have not seen series one or two i wouldn't suggest starting with this, its best to familiarise youself with characters and relationships first although regardless this would be very enjoyable.
In a world where countries are personified as stereotypes (Britain having bad food, Japan being shy and too polite for his own good, America being loud and Italy being pasta obsessed etc) the series begins with Prussia ranting about how Germany has been given the spotlight over the past two series rather than him believing himself to be the 'most awesome' as he looks through his diary and the series includes the War of Austian Succession with Maria Therasa and Hungary kicking butt.
Theres a greater in depth look at eastern eurpe as we look at the commonwealth between Poland and Lithuania, Sweden and Finland's adventure as they escape Mr Denmark, Russia and his Baltic States, even a look at Greece and Turkey through an unlikely bromance with Asian country Japan.
This DVD contains 2 disks.
24 episodes with english dubbing (or optional Japanese dub and English subtitles) each episode as roughtly 7 minutes long although this DVD is different from previous series as it is also divided up into 30 minute episodes by longer ending credits. The entire series is 120 minutes long.
3 Commentary episodes (which is basically voice actors speaking over an episode playing joking and having a few laughs)
Textless ending themes
Trailers of other anime
The hidden history of Hetalia within Hetalia (written pages explaining historical references made in the series)
Hetalia Fan Even footage at the Tokyo International Anime Fair 2010 (Japanese voice actors guest starring)
Hetalia Event in Takushima (Japanese Voice Actors guest Star)
Outtakes (bloopers made by English voice actors, very enjoyable and funny)
Anyway, its a great buy and great additon to an anime or just DVD collection, hilarious and lighthearted. Possibly my favourite anime to watch just for sheer enjoyment and witty remarks which eveyone can laught with.