From The Bomb to the Nuremberg trials, THE WORLD AT WAR presents an unsurpassed visual history of WWII.
The Bomb- On August 6, 1945, the Enola Gay delivers the world's first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, killing and injuring nearly 140,000 people in one stroke. The world would be forever altered.
Reckoning: 1945... and After - Disagreements over Germany's recovery and reparations, the Nuremberg Trials and distrust among the Allies show that concluding a war is a vastly difficult endeavor.
Remember - Heartbreaking first-hand remembrances from a vast arrary of survivors on both sides of the war.