The Battle of Arnhem, one of the most dramatic battles of World War II, was as daring as it was ill-fated. It cost the Allies nearly twice as many casualties as D-Day. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
Using rare archive film and interviews with veterans who took part in the Berlin Airlift, this is the full story of one of the greatest achievements in aviation history. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
This epic history of the Second World War utilises veteran interviews, graphics, newsreel films, and expert commentary to tell the story of the Second World War from the viewpoint of British soldiers, sailors, and airmen.
This programme tells the story of one of the greatest British jets of the Cold War. It features extensive archive film of the Hunter being tested, in service with many different air forces, and newly-shot material with surviving examples. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
Destroying the great dams of western Germany, using a very special weapon designed by scientific genius Barnes Wallis, made the RAF’s 617 squadron one of the most famous in the world. This film features rare archive footage and photographs, fascinating interviews and illustrative 3-D graphics. Fr...
The story of D-Day’s fiercest battles (Pegasus Bridge, the Merville battery, etc.) and the beach landings, featuring the pick of combat footage from the world’s archives and remarkable firsthand accounts by D-Day veterans. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
The story of the subterfuge and secret weapons that helped make D-Day such a success, including Operation Fortitude, the PLUTO undersea pipeline and the floating Mulberry Harbours, plus rare film of secret weapons including the Sherman mine-clearing tank and Churchill A1:K46 flame-thrower. From B...
A unique history of RAF jet display teams, including film of the Black Arrows, Yellowjacks, Red Arrows, Red Pelicans, 94 Squadron Blue Diamond Hunters and 56 Squadron Firebirds. Part of British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
A look at next generation fighters including the SAAB Gripen, Dassault Rafale, Eurofighter Typhoon, Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
Documentary detailing the legend of the Spitfire from its first entry into RAF service in August 1938. The documentary features original archive footage of the aircraft plus interviews with veteran and current Spitfire pilots. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
This unique video gathers together a number of fascinating and chilling civil defence films from the 1950s and 1960s instructing American citizens on how to survive if a nuclear war broke out. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
Narrated by Allen Leech, this unique documentary tells the story of the Irish Easter Rising, why it happened and how it happened. Utilising incredible newly-colourised original footage, this film shows the Irish revolution as people at the time saw it – in colour. "Rendered in living colour, the ...
The very best filmed record of an American 8th Air Force raid on Nazi Germany. Made with unprecedented access at every level, this unique 1944 film follows a complete day's raids from start to finish. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
Footage of the Red Arrows performing their most famous routines, including the Cascade, the Caterpillar, Opposing Passes and the team’s signature formation, the Diamond 9. From British Pathé TV's Military Collection.
As D-Day approached, specially-made films were shown to Allied troops to familiarise them with the enemy. Presented here by military expert Dr. Christopher Bullock, these original films – some in colour – provide a fascinating and invaluable guide to German uniforms, insignia, weapons, coastal fo...
The USA’s fear of communism led American troops to go into Vietnam under Kennedy in 1961. A war fought nightly on TV, it engendered a huge anti-war movement. By 1975, Nixon had resigned and the US was forced to withdraw.