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World War 1 in Colour….

One of the more exciting documentaries about the Great War to be made in the last decade is World War 1 in Colour. Narrated by Kenneth Branagh, the series premiered in the UK in the fall of 2003, and was … Continue reading

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The Great War — BBC Documentary — 1964…

There are several excellent television documentaries on the First World War, but none moreso than the BBC’s 1964 production The Great War.  Still considered one of the high-points of BBC documentary-making film, the series consists of 26 forty-minute episodes. One … Continue reading

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For King & Empire — Canadian Documentary….

One of the better Canadian documentaries on the First World War is Norm Christie’s For King & Empire, that originally aired on the History Channel in 2001.  Christie hosts each of the six, forty-five minute long episodes, walking over the … Continue reading

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