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WAR OF THE CENTURY: When Hitler Fought Stalin- BBC documentary by Kaurence Rees [IMPORT]

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  • Directors: Laurence Rees
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Run Time: 200 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 9051594771
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Product description

Dutch Import which plays in different languages, English, German and Russian without English Subtitles. Dutch subtitles are optional on/off.

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War of the CENTURY WAS AN IMPORTED VERSION, WHICH DID NOT HAVE English Subtitles, so unless you are fluent in German, Russian and Dutch it is a waste of money to purchase it. The seller should have made this clear.
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Unless you speak fluent German, Dutch and Russian do not by this dvd as there are no English sub-titles to this dvd, so the majority of the interviews I could not understand what the veterans being interviewed were talking about.
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World War Two was the largest, most expensive war fought on this Earth in recorded history. The Nazi invasion of Soviet Russia was the fiery heart of that awesome struggle for world domination. The exceptionally high quality of research shown throughout this four part DVD production does genuine justice to the magnitude of that terrible struggle.

The entire Russo-German war is covered in impressive detail. From pre-Barbarossa preparations, Zhukov's proposed 'pre-emptive strike' on Germany, through the Barbarossa blitzkrieg, Kiev, the defence of Moscow, the seige of Leningrad, the occupation/exploitation of the Ukraine, Stalingrad, Kursk, Operation Bagradion, the battle for Berlin, and very much more; it is all clearly documented with archive footage, recollections from veterans of both sides, situation maps and voice over commentary.

In my opinion, it's greatest strength is the genuine impartiality shown throughout. Despite chronicling events which; in our own time, are often regarded as the acts of psycopathic lunatics; this series reveals the motivations which led to such actions, in numerous personal interviews with some of the individuals concerned. Just a few of those interviewed are:- Hubert Menzel of German Army High Command explaining why, despite the risks; Operation Barbarossa was launched. Bernhard Bechler Adjutant, German Army High Command explaining why he was proud to sign the 'commissar order'. Wolfgang Horn 10'th Panzer explaining how he enjoyed being part of a victorious advancing army. Vladimir Ogryzko 1'st NKVD Div talking of shooting dead on the spot those who attempted to flee Moscow.
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