From the Germans' first major defeat at Stalingrad to the siege of Leningrad, THE WORLD AT WAR presents an unsurpassed visual history of WWII.
The Desert: North America 1940 - 1943 - Back and forth across 600 miles of desert between Egypt and Libya, Bernard Montgomery's "Desert Rats" finally defeat Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps at El Alamein, preparing the way for an Allied victory in Italy.
Stalingrad: June 1942 - February 1943 - Stunning Nazi color footage showcases Germany's first major defeat at Stalingrad and subsequent surrender on February 2, 1943.
Wolf Pack: U-Boats in the Atlantic 1939 - 1944 - The Germans coordinate their submarine forces into lethal "wolf packs" that destroy countless convoys delivering food and supplies to Britain - captured in breathtaking underwater footage.
Red Star: The Soviet Union 1941 - 1943 - Eyewitnesses recount the siege of Leningrad, in which nearly one million of its three milliion inhabitants died in battle or from cold and starvation. Remarkably, the Russians went on to defeat the Germans.