Three captivating glimpses into the extraordinary lives of the greatest military minds of WWII.
MacArthur: The Defiant General Douglas MacArthur commanded American forces through three major wars. His powerful image, backed by awesome achievement in battle, was front page news across the country. As this extraordinary film reveals, defiance was his badge of courage but it would also lead to his downfall.
Patton: The Man Behind The Myth Haunted by stories of his heroic forefathers, Patton's lust for glory became a lifelong obsession. As commander of U.S. troops throughout the Second World War, Patton demanded tremendous loyalty, becoming feared and respected by all who served him.
Rommel: The Strange Death Of The Desert Fox He was Germany's youngest Field Marshall. The world held him in awe as he led the notorious Ghost Division, crushing first Europe, then Africa beneath his iron fist. The film follows the rise of Nazi Germany's renowned war hero through the ranks, from his ultimate triumph to his un-timely downfall. Extraordinary documentation reveals Hitler's secret fear of Erwin Rommel, and the uncanny truth behind the mysterious death of the man they called, The Desert Fox.
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