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Victory at Sea chronicles the Allied Forces efforts to win World War II in the Pacific and European fronts focusing on the great naval battles that turned the tide of the war.

This award-winning documentary series was the most famous historical anthology on World War 2. Supported by a beautiful stirring score by Richard Rogers, this series covered the time period of 1939 to 1945, focusing on the use of naval warfare by the Allied forces, the Axis block, and the Japanese naval forces.

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