Great Raids of World War II is a first class documentary series
about the greatest raids during one of man's darkest hours. The
series accurately recreates these raids with eye witness reports
from veterans and professionals alike that are matched with
realistic 3D computer generated graphics to help give the viewer an
accurate portrayal of how dangerous, daring and amazing some of
these raids were.
Containing all six episodes from this ABC series,
Great Raids of World War II feature stories such as a group of
paratroopers capturing one of Hitler's key German radar
installations at Bruneval which allowed British bomber pilots strike
at the center of Nazi Germany that is quite simply riveting.
Definitely one for the World War II documentary buffs!
The video and audio quality of this series is rather standard and
will not win any accolades, however the use of computer generated
graphics really assists the viewer with a unique and first-person
perspective of these amazing World War II raids.
With over 139
minutes, Great Raids of World War II is a much have for those that
cannot get enough of WWII documentaries or for those lovers of