Ken Burns and Lynn Novick talk about why WWII will always be remembered.
The filmmakers talk about the process of adding sound to the silent archive video footage they had for The War.
Mobile's Tom Gallaway finds himself on the frozen front lines as the shells start falling in the Battle of the Bulge.
Daniel Inouye was preparing to go to church with his family when the attack on Pearl Harbor began
Fighter pilot Quentin Aanenson recalls the first time he knew he'd 'killed men.'
In the September 20, 1943 issue, LIFE magazine published the first image of dead American servicemen that American civilians had been allowed to see in the twenty-one months since Pearl Harbor.
Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick talk about why The War was such an intimidating project and how they made the film.
The Ghost Front
December 1944-March 1945
Young soldier Daniel Inouye comes face-to-face with the enemy.
Al McIntosh writes about D-Day in the Rock County Star Herald.
Serving on the front lines at Anzio beach, Babe Ciarlo never revealed his experiences in his letters home.
A World Without War
March 1945-December 1945
Short Introduction to 'The War'
Wynton Marsalis talks about composing original music for The War.
Pride of Our Nation
June 1944-August 1944
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