Narrated by George Stevens Jr., this documentary by Oscar-winning director George Stevens trains its lens on World War II in a way that's rarely been seen before: in full color. The effect is nothing less than astounding, as viewers bear witness to the carnage of all-out battle in the European theater, which was home to some of the bloodiest skirmishes ever, from the Norman invasion to the fall of Berlin.
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Have you watched George Stevens: D-Day to Berlin yet? What did you think about it?