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Joseph Medicine Crow
Joe Medicine Crow, the last war chief of the Crow Tribe of Montana is profiled in The War.
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Making Of | Ken Burns' Decision
Ken Burns talks about his decision to make “The War.”
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Sam Hines talks about growing up in Minneapolis in 1941and the excitement of the service.
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Ray Leopold, Burnett Miller, Dwain Luce and others discuss the horror of the Holocaust.
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Making Of | An Intimidating Project
Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick talk about why “The War” was an intimidating project.
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Burnett Miller, Ray Leopold and Sam Hynes talk about joining up during the war.
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Making Of | Why WWII Will Be Remembered
The filmmakers talk about WWII and why it will be remembered.
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Making Of | Adding Sound
The filmmakers talk about adding sound to the amazing archived video.
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Chocolate Roast Beef
Ray Leopold discusses the mixture of food available at meal times.
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America needed to take Iwo Jima to secure a base for US Bombers.
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Making Of | Wynton Marsalis On Music
Wynton Marsalis talks about making the music for “The War.”
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Making Of | 'What was it like?'
Ken Burns talks about what makes WWII so memorable.
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Why We Fight
Burnett Miller, Ray Leopold and Sam Hynes talk about why they fought.
Watch the first few minutes of The War.
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Norah Jones sings 'American Anthem.'
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The War Comes Home to Luverne
Al McIntosh writes of personal losses the war brought to those in Luverne.
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Babe Ciarlo in Anzio
Babe Ciarlo never revealed his experiences in his letters home.
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D-Day in Luverne
Al McIntosh writes about D-Day in the Rock County Star Herald.
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WWII brought an end to the chronic unemployment of Mobile, AL.
Clip: S1 | 12m 43s
Battle of the Bulge
Tom Galloway finds himself on the front lines in the Battle of the Bulge.
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The Four Towns
The four towns featured in THE WAR; Mobile, Sacramento, Waterbury and Luverne.
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On Tuesday morning, May 25, 1943, tensions explode at the Alabama Dry Dock shipyard.
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Young soldier Daniel Inouye comes face-to-face with the enemy.
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Marines Pete Arias and Bill Lansford land on Iwo Jima.
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