D-DAYS IN THE PACIFIC: A HISTORY CHANNEL PRESENTS DVD VIDEO. Examines dozens of the more than 100 D-Days waged in the Pacific, including a special about one of the deadliest battles of WWII, The Bloody Hills of PELELIU.
D-DAYS IN THE PACIFIC: A HISTORY CHANNEL® PRESENTS DVD VIDEO. The path to victory from Guadalcanal to Okinawa. Though most people associate D-Day with the massive invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944, few are aware that "D-Day" is actually military code for any amphibious operation--and few theaters during World War II saw as many battles as the waters of the Pacific, where more than 100 D-Days were waged.
The ultimate guide to the epic campaign orchestrated by American forces, THE HISTORY CHANNEL® PRESENTS: D-DAYS IN THE PACIFIC includes the following documentary features: Death at the Tideline examines dozens of the more than one-hundred D-Days waged in the Pacific. Closing the Jaws focuses on America's rapidly improving tactics, while The Final Graveyard brings the war to a close as Japan's defenses are finally pierced.
A sweeping overview based on eyewitness accounts, THE HISTORY CHANNEL® PRESENTS: D-DAYS IN THE PACIFIC rounds out the whole of the Pacific struggle with two A&E BIOGRAPHY® programs featuring Admiral Chester Nimitz and General Douglas MacArthur, and a documentary about one of the deadliest battles of World War II, The Bloody Hills of Peleliu.