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The World Wars

The World Wars

An assassination in Sarajevo sparks a global war. For the next 30 years, deadly fighting rages across Europe, Africa, China and the Pacific.

Hitler. Churchill. De Gaulle. MacArthur. Patton. Stalin. Mussolini. We know them as legends. But they first learn what it will take to rise to greatness as young soldiers, fighting for their lives on the frontlines.

This is the story of a generation of men who come of age in the trenches of World War I, only to become the leaders of World War II. The lessons they learn on the frontlines shape them as they rise to power—and haunt them as the deadly fighting breaks out again. Some become heroes, forged in courage under fire. Others emerge as the most infamous villains the world has ever seen. Theirs is one story—the story of a 30-year global struggle. A fight that will either save the world— or destroy it.

This three-night event series features gripping dramatic scenes, stunning CGI visuals and interviews with contemporary leaders, including John McCain, Colin Powell, John Major and David Miliband, along with noted historians from around the world.

The Paris Peace Conference Falls Apart
Patton Slaps a Soldier
Hitler Seizes Control Of Germany
Hitler is in Denial
Hitler Commits Suicide
A British Soldier Spared Hitler's Life
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The Wall Street crash plunges the world into depression, giving Hitler the crisis he needs for his message to take hold. Stalin seizes power with bloody purges, while Japan plots a path to dominate Asia.
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Hitler breaks his promise and takes over Czechoslovakia. Tojo becomes prime minister as Japan makes a move toward Philippines. FDR responds with an oil embargo that puts Japan and U.S. on the brink of war.
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The United States is attacked by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor bringing the Americans into the conflict. General Douglas Macarthur is forced out of the Philippines and the Germans almost topple Moscow.
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Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt meet in Tehran, Iran and argue over an invasion of Europe from the west. D-Day is launched and Hitler's hesitation leads to an Allied victory on the beaches of Normandy.