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A look at some of America's most important battles during World War II and the unprecedented innovation that occurred during the conflict that followed Pearl Harbor.

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Japanese soldiers construct an island-wide structure on Peleliu in 1944, creating a killing zone that results in the deaths of thousands.
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A closer look at the secret preparation and torpedo technology that was behind Japan's devastating surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
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The Germans expect an attack in the Spring of 1944, but instead they find themselves in a fascinating game of cat-and-mouse in the lead-up to June 6.
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Hitler makes a final attempt to win the war with a surprise winter attack, and the resulting war crimes against American forces.
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A look at the final months of World War II, as Japan unleashes suicide bombers while turning its islands into a fortress to repel American invaders .
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As a deadly battle threatens to bring the United State's B-29 bomber in reach of Japan, the Japanese bank on a mighty weapon of their own to bring them victory.
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The battle for Saipan is the ultimate test for Japan's greatest weapon: the warrior mindset.
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The story of how the Japanese Navy planned the attack on the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor.

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