The Road to D-Day

The extraordinary build up to D-Day told from a unique perspective

Hitler's Vengeance Weapons

The Allies race to stop Hitler before he rains down terror from above


Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin launches an all-out attack on Nazi Germany


Allied aircrews attempt one of the most daring audacious missions of WWII

Battle of the Bulge

The extraordinary story of Hitler’s all-out assault on the Western front


The Allies are surrounded by Hitler’s army at Dunkirk. Can they escape?

The Road to D-Day

1944 - across Britain the Allies prepare for the largest amphibious invasion in history. The Road to D-Day has begun. The Allied commanders order top-secret training exercises and develop pioneering military technology. The Nazis race to bolster their terrifying wall of coastal defences as more than 7 thousand vessels and 150 thousand Allied troops approach.

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