- 4 documentaries on some of the most amazing stories from WWII
- Over four and a half hours of amazing stories
- Films from the WWII Foundation
Eagles of Mercy: D-Day: June 6, 1944. Two American medics from the 101st Airborne (Screaming Eagles) set up an aid station inside a small 12th-Century church in Normandy, France. All that protects the two medics is a flag with a red cross on the door of the church and armbands identifying them as healers.
- See what remains in the church seven decades later
- Hear from the heroes themselves in this amazing 50-minute documentary
Dick Winters: Hang Tough: Actor Damian Lewis describes his role as humble World War II veteran Dick Winters in the TV mini-series “Band of Brothers” as “…a defining moment in my life.” Lewis lends his voice and thoughts in this film honoring Winters, one of World War II’s most respected combat leaders.
- Narrated by Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Damian Lewis (Homeland)
- Documentary, plus bonus films give you 110 minutes of interesting WWII history
A Company of Heroes: They had nicknames like Burr, Popeye, Buck, Skinny and Moe. You may not recognize their names, but these brave and humble soldiers, along with their more chronicled “Band of Brothers” comrades, were also part of Easy Company, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne.
- Includes never-before-seen video and photos in the 55-minute documentary
- Based on the books “A Company of Heroes,” and “We Who Are Alive and Remain: Untold Stories from the Band of Brothers,” by Marcus Brotherton
Saving the Reality: For more than five decades, Kenneth W. Rendell was on a mission. Find out about his mission—a once-private Museum of World War II now open to everyone—in this intriguing 70-minute documentary. Explore more than 6,000 artifacts!
- Narrated by the Academy Award-nominated actor and writer Dan Aykroyd
- More than 50 interviews with veterans and survivors of the war help describe the meaning of the items