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World War One DVDs

Military DVDs

The Great War goes down in history as one of the bloodiest conflicts that man will ever know. This is a war that contained much horror and tragedy, with the introduction of weaponised gases, tanks and combat aviation, as well as other new technologies that led to the slaughter. Our selection of Great War DVD titles explores the horror of war, engaging with numerous experts, as it draws a larger picture of what happened on those fields.








Second Ypres 1915

The Second Battle of Ypres was a battle of the First World War fought from 21 April–25 May 1915 for control of the strategic Flemish town of Ypres in western Belgium, following the First Battle of Ypres the previous autumn. It marked the first mass use by Germany of poison gas on the Western Front. For the first time a former colonial force (the… Read more...

First Ypres 1914 and the Race to the Sea

With the Battle of the Aisne grinding to a halt as trench warfare gradually set in, both the German and Allied commanders realised the dominance of the defensive, established by quick firing artillery and the machinegun, meaning that casualties in frontal attacks on a dug-in enemy were enormously heavy. Consequently, the armies sought to outflank the… Read more...

Walking the Western Front - Somme, Part 1

Following on from the success of the two films on Ypres (Slaughter of the Innocents and The Immortal Salient) The Walking the Western Front series turns its attention to the infamous Battle of the Somme, where almost 60,000 British men were either killed, wounded or classed as missing on the first day alone. Spread across three seventy-minute DVDs,… Read more...

Walking the Western Front: Ypres, Part one

Ypres – Slaughter OF THE INNOCENTS 1914-1915 is the first in a compelling new series to explore the battlefields of the Western Front during the First World War. For the first time, the whole story of the 'strip of murdered nature' will be told – almost 500 miles from the North Sea to Switzerland. The aim of this series is to tell the story of… Read more...

Tracing Great War Ancestors DVD

Never before have so many resources been available to the family historian tracing Great War ancestors, both online and locally but the past dearth of easily accessible material has now been replaced by a blizzard of information that needs its own skills to navigate. This highly detailed DVD is split into three parts that deal with the various methods… Read more...