WWI War: The War to End All Wars
Genre : DocumentaryIssue : 14/10/2008 Producer : Carl Christman Writer : Carl Christman Studio : Mill Creek Entertainment Duration : 437 Country : Zda Languages : angleščina Language : sl Discs : 3 Media : DVD Features : Box set Video Format : NTSC IMdB : 0893403 UPC : 0683904506535 Starring : Documentary Tags : Long Title, Food In Title
Summary : WWI: The War To End All Wars is a unique, 10-part, comprehensive look at the war that shaped the 20th Century. Through rare, actual battle footage and rare veteran interviews, The War To End All Wars takes you from the assassination of the Austrian Arch Duke in 1914, to the final desperate battles of 1918. Unique and stunning, you will "go-over-the-top" on the Western Front and witness the carnage in Russia. You''ll take to the skies in the world''s first air war and ride with the legendary Lawrence of Arabia. This is more than a historical or military account of WWI, it is a riveting and personal account of a defining moment in world history. Never before in the history of the world had so many countries fought on so many far-flung battlefields. Never had so many soldiers lost their lives. Never had there been such an unending hell-on-earth. Never has there been such a remarkable look at ''The War to End All Wars''. Episodes: 1. With Flags Waving 2. The Battle of the Frontiers 3. The Taxis of the Marne 4. A War of Chemicals and Engineering 5. Flyboys 6. Citadel 7. Distant Fronts 8. Revolt 9. Changing Tide 10. End Game Bonus features include historic WWI photo slide show.
Great information and entertainment October 16, 2008
By Roger Long
The salvation of a dismal education system may be the Internet, the DVD and the interactive CD-ROM. Thos set of DVDs on the first World War is a case in point. As a teacher of history I know that if one is to inform a student, a certain amount of entertainment must go with the facts. This set meets both criteria.This may not be the ultimate, in-depth set of DVDs on the subject, but it is a superb start. It should be viewed by students and then discussed. The disks put this war in perspective with other events in Europe at the time of the war and in the decades leading up to it. After all, the war did not come out of the blue one day in Sarajevo.But this is also for the adult student with even a modest interest in history.