Why World Peace Failed After WWI

The Second World War was a war in which massive armies advanced, confronting whole populations with impossible choices.

The manufacture of weapons transformed industry and the workforce; area bombing campaigns reduced cities to rubble; sieges doomed populations to starvation; racial policies sponsored campaigns of genocide.

Told through archive footage and expert interviews, we learn how WWII shattered the boundaries between home-front and battlefield.

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