Hollywood Goes To War
After Mein Kampf
Produced in war-time England, this is the first actual documentary produced outside of Germany to depict the rise in power of Adolf Hitler and his plans for world domination.
Attack! The Battle For New Britain
This gripping documentary chronicles the relentless and bloody 1943 Allied assault on the entrenched Japanese f-rces on Arawe Beach and Cape Gloucester, New Britain.
The Battle Of Britain
Narrated by double amputee RAF fighter pilot Douglas Bader, The Battle Of Britain records the courage and resolve of the British people in the face of the constant bombings by Hitler's Luftwaffe.
The Battle Of China
In this fascinating documentary we learn about the nation of China, its populace and the country's resolve to stop the invading f-rces of the Japanese during World War II.
The Battle Of Russia
In this Oscar-nominated documentary, we discover Russia's valiant resistance to the invasion throughout its history.
The Battle Of San Pietro
According to Time Magazine, "San Pietro is in every respect as good a war film as any that has been made; in some respects its the best."
This documentary was produced in 1943 under the guidance of then Army Air F-rce Lieutenant Clark Gable. This film features a single 8th Air F-rce B-17 crew from the 351st Bombardment Group based in England.
December 7th, 1941
This Oscar-winning documentary on the Pacific War begins with Japanese preparations before the bombing of Pearl Harbor and ends with the U.S. dropping the atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
Divide And Conquer
Utilizing visceral newsreel footage and maps, the documentary chronicles Hitler's stunning sweep across Europe.
Marines At Tarawa-Return To Guam
The documentary covers two of the Marine Corps' most savage battles. Tarawa was characteristic of the vicious island fighting that was the hallmark of the war in the Pacific.
The Memphis Belle
This award-winning World War II documentary covers the 25th and final mission of "The Memphis Belle", a B-17 Flying Fortress that flew bombing missions over Europe.
The Nazis Strike
This tough-minded documentary masterfully assembles newsreel footage to trace the ascent of Adolf Hitler and his ravening hunger for world domination.
Prelude To War
Prelude To War, the Oscar-winning documentary, shows the viewer how diplomatic and political snafus made in the wake of World War I planted the seeds of World War II.
Report From The Aleutians
This Oscar-nominated documentary chronicles the everyday activities of the US troops who protected Alaska's Aleutian Islands from Japanese assault.
The Stilwell Road
This World War II documentary, narrated by actor (and future U.S. President) Ronald Reagan, hones in on the China-India-Burma arena of the war.
For those not familiar with US Navy Submarine F-rce of WWII, this documentary is an excellent introduction.
This Is The Army
In this Oscar-winning film, a musical is put on for the servicemen fighting in World War I and a soldier who performed in the show heads off to war, where he is wounded and f-rced to give up his career.
The documentary chronicles the exploits of the P-47 Thunderbolt pilots of the "Fighting Gamecocks" of the 65th Fighter squadron, 57th Fighter Group.
The True Glory
The documentary was compiled from actual footage of the World War II Allied invasion of Europe, seen through the lenses of thousands of different cameramen.
This documentary was made by the British and United States Service Film Units. Frank Capra and Roy Boulting directed this account of the North African campaign in WWII.