A new collection of rare and unseen footage of World War II and the very
latest colorization techniques come together in WORLD WAR II IN HD
COLOUR . With satellite-delivered terrain mapping and state-of-the-art
graphics, this new series reveals the epic conflict of the 20th century
in a fresh light. Narrated by English actor Robert Powell, WORLD WAR II
IN HD COLOUR is a vivid, in-depth experience that provides viewers with
new insights and information. Newly divulged documents, files and
photographs, code breaking revelations, and recently released government
papers on both sides of the Atlantic add a different dimension to our
understanding of the strategies and battles of World War II.
Runtime: 60 minutes
World War II in HD Colour - World War 1 in Colour - Netflix
World War 1 in Colour is a six-episode television documentary series
recounting the major events of World War I narrated by Kenneth Branagh.
The first of its six parts aired on 23 July 2003. The series consists of
colourised footage, with the colour of the images having been enhanced
by computer-aided technology. The series investigates the development of
warfare throughout the five years of World War 1 from all sides of the
armed forces and also includes never before seen interviews from
survivors of the Great War.
World War II in HD Colour - DVD extras - Netflix
50 minute CGI special 'Tactics & Strategy' 15 minutes of interviews with
the production team ('Making the Series')
World War II in HD Colour - References - Netflix