ENOLA GAY. A HISTORY CHANNEL DVD Video. Two compelling, topflight documentaries that tell the remarkable story of America's decision to forever alter the course of history when 70,000 people were instantly annihilated.
ENOLA GAY bombs the Japanese city of Hiroshima, instantly annihilating over 70,000 people. This compelling History Channel special, ENOLA GAY, combines two compelling, topflight documentaries that tell the remarkable story of America's decision to forever alter the course of history.
ENOLA GAY: RAIN OF RUIN puts you inside the cockpit of the historic B-29 Superfortress bomber whose devastating payload helped bring about the end of WWII. From the development of the atomic bomb to the horrific aftermath, highlights include dramatic footage taken by the crewmembers themselves.
HIROSHIMA: THE DECISION TO DROP THE BOMB takes an in-depth look at the steps leading to America's fateful decision. Was Japan already on the verge of surrender? Or was Truman's motivation ultimately political? Get the full story in this revealing, powerful program.
Available on DVD for the first time, ENOLA GAY brings the full force of one of history's most pivotal moments straight into your living room. A HISTORY CHANNEL® DVD Video presentaion. 145 minutes.
“Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”
-- J. Robert Oppenheimer, quoting the Bhagavad-Gita after detonation of the world’s first atomic bomb.