A Different War
Episode 2 of Generation War

A Different War
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Eve

Excellent. Surprised that this ran on German TV -- maybe their audience is more mature than ours. The only less-than-realistic part was that dealing with escape from the train: only a tiny few were able to do that.

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Maryellen

Excellent series. Well worth watching.

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Stefan

In German, this is a German WWII "Band of Brothers" three part miniseries. Superb, in every way, with a storyline depicting an honest portrayal of the horrors the Nazis inflicted upon their victims, as well as the torment and guilt felt by some of the soldiers who fought for the 3rd Reich. ...Read more

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