Watch on YouTube TV

D-Day Sacrifice

Watch live TV from 85+ networks
Free unlimited cloud DVR storage space
6 accounts per household included
Cancel anytime.
Allied troops -- the largest military fleet in history -- left England to land in Normandy on the northern coast of France, June 6, 1944, in hope of freeing Europe from Nazi Germany.

Latest episodes

aired 483 days ago
On June 6, 1944, the allies have secured the beaches of Normandy. With the pivotal battle for the coast over, the real mission can begin.
aired 483 days ago
On June 5, 1944, the largest military fleet in history departed for the northern coast of France in hopes of liberating Europe.

Similar on YouTube TV

Various networks
Interviews with survivors and CGI graphics recreate the events of the June 6, 1944, attack on Omaha beach in Normandy, France.
Various networks
Exploration of the Normandy landings and the ensuing 100 days leading up to the liberation of Paris.
Various networks
Restored, colorized and declassified footage offers a new look at World War II.
This series helps change how people look at World War II thanks to hundreds of hours of video that have been declassified and fully restored in high definition. Soldiers on the front lines, secret operatives, resistance fighters, and private citizens shot the footage, some of which has never been seen, that gives viewers a firsthand look at what went on during times of battle. Episodes detail the battle over Stalingrad that was a key turning point in the war and show Japanese pilots on the morning of Dec., 7, 1941, preparing for the attack on Pearl Harbor.
How does the drug trade work? Can it be stopped or should it be regulated? And what are the personal costs? Those are just some of the questions asked in this series, a comprehensive look at society's most abused drugs: cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana. First-person perspectives from traffickers, dealers, users, law enforcement and medical professionals detail how the drugs are processed and moved onto the streets, and the effects they have on the human body. It's a raw, eye-opening documentary about a billion-dollar industry.