World War 1 in Color
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World War 1 in Color
Following in the footsteps of the highly acclaimed 'World at War' series, this is the definitive history of the First World War, seen now for the first time ever in color. World War 1 consumed the lives of 10 million soldiers and civilians. It was fought mainly by young men in the fields and trenches of Northern France and Belgium and saw the development of the fighter plane, the introduction of poison gas, the invention of the tank, the flame thrower and the wide use of machine guns and heavy artillery. Now using rare archive footage from worldwide sources including Russia, Germany,… More
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