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World War 1 - The Centenary Collection


World War 1 - The Centenary Collection

The ultimate collection commemorating the Anzac Centenary, marking 100 years since our nation’s involvement in the First World War. A milestone of special signifi cance to all Australian’s, WWI helped defi ne us as a people and as a nation. Includes: Royal Cousins at War, First World War from Above, Churchill’s First World War, World War I’s Tunnels of Death, The Last Day of World War I. 2 DVDs, 375 mins.

World War 1 - The Centenary CollectionSKU: MWARC
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TOTAL RUNNING TIME:  269 mins (4 hrs and 29 mins)
GENRE:  Documentary / War / History
SUBTITLES:  Yes (English SDH)
RATING:  PG – Mild War themes and violence
FORMAT:  Colour, PAL
ASPECT RATIO:  16:9 Widescreen
AUDIO:   Dolby Digital 2.0
REGIONS:  4 (Mexico, Central and South America, Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Oceania)
YEAR:  2014
Disc 1
1. The World's War (Episode 1 - Martial Races, Episode 2 - Foreign Legions)
                   PRESENTER:  David Olusoga
                   DIRECTOR:  Tim Kirby
2. I Was There: The Great War Interviews
                   NARRATOR:  Samuel West
                   DIRECTOR:  Dietlef Siebert
Disc 2
1. Kate Adie's Women of World War One
                   PRESENTER:  Kate Adie
                   DIRECTOR:  David Vincent
2. The Pity of War
                   PRESENTER:  Niall Ferguson
                   DIRECTOR:  Adrian Pennink