- SKU: 4266092
- Release Date: 08/28/2001
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This video is part of a series that chronicles the greatest escapes of World War II. In the Battle at Dunkirk, the German army defeated the Allies, but the Allied forces made a successful retreat. This video considers historians' conflicting theories about why and how the British and French soldiers made their escape across the English Channel. Archival film footage, re-enactments, and personal recollections of survivors relate the dramatic story. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Great Escapes of WWII, Vol. IV: Escape from the Oklahoma
This video is part of a series that tells the story of some of the most spectacular escapes by soldiers during World War II. This episode is about the men aboard the U.S.S. Oklahoma. The ship was torpedoed and sank in just a few breathtaking minutes. Re-enactments and the personal recollections of survivors give a dramatic view of the chaotic events on board and in the sea, and of the sailors' incredible survival while awaiting the rescue that came some 30 hours later. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Great Escapes of WWII, Vol. I: The Great Escape
This video is part of a series that tells of some amazing escapes from captivity during World War II. This episode is about the escape of Allied soldiers from Stalag Luft III. Using only eating utensils to dig a tunnel, 600 men worked for a year to make their great escape. Hollywood made a version of the story, starring Steve McQueen. Archival photographs and the personal recollections of survivors celebrate the triumph of the human will in its quest for freedom. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Great Escapes of WWII, Vol. II: Escape from Arizona
This video is part of a series that chronicles the most spectacular escapes of World War II. In this volume, members of the French resistance help Allied airmen escape. Then, on the other side of the war effort, German POWs stage an amazing escape from a U.S. prison camp. Archival photographs and film footage, re-enactments, and personal recollections of prisoners and their guards relate the dramatic events. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Ed Asner - Narrator
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