The heroism of Australian and New Zealand forces is recalled. Included: the Aussies' defense of the Libyan port of Tobruk from Rommels' forces and, in the Pacific theater, battles with the Japanese in New Guinea; the New Zealanders' efforts in Italy and North Africa.
The British Commandos, formed during the summer of 1940 as a way to strike German targets in Nazi-occupied Europe, are recalled. Included: how the unit led to the Parachute Regiment, which played a critical role in the 1942 Bruneval raid in France.
The efforts of Polish soldiers following the fall of their homeland are examined. Included: Polish fighter pilots in the Battle of Britain; Polish ground forces in the fight for Western Europe, including at Monte Cassino in Italy.