Making the series - a 30th anniversary feature-length retrospective
Experiences of war - unseen interviews form the film archives of Imperial War Museum
The making of the world at war
Gallery of photos form the Imperial War Museum Collection
Victory at Sea episode introductions with Peter Graves
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
This box set brings into a single package several of the most influential and historically vital World War II-themed documentaries ever created. Included are: THE WORLD AT WAR (1971), a 22-hour miniseries narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier that approaches the war from virtually every angle, including politics, skirmishes, occupations and crimes against humanity; VICTORY AT SEA (1952), a miniseries hosted by Peter Graves that hones in on the naval fronts of World War II, with subtopics including Okinawa, Iwo Jima, and German u-boat attacks; and THE CENTURY OF WARFARE (1994), a sweeping chronicle of virtually every national armed conflict during the 20th Century, that puts the Second World War into a historical framework.