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Program Title: Untold Stories of World War II: The Secrets that Changed the War
EASC Code: JU-02
Series Title:
Region/Country: Japan
Language: English
Subject: History
Program Type: Documentary
Media Type: VHS
Producer: Stephen Burns, David Clark, and Amy Wray
Release Date: 1998
Running Time: 60 min.
Color or BW: BW
Program Abstract: What if hitler had the A-Bomb? Why did Japan's submarine sneak attack on Pearl Harbor fail? Could the Kamikazes have turned the tide of the war in the Pacific? Now these and other compelling stories about the secret weapons, ruthless tactics, and remarkable heroism of World War II can be told. Witness the daring attempts of undercover Norwegiegn resistance fighters to destroy the Nazis' atomic bomb program. Relive the surprise air and underwater attack on America's battleships in Pearl Harbor. Find out why Kmaikaze fighters - Japan's deadly weapon's of destruction - would sacrifice themselves to destroy U.S. battleships and aircraft carriers. Discover the extraordinary individuals who risked their lives in Untold Stories of World War II.
Data Entry Date: 10/6/2003