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What the Media is Saying About Apocalypse '45

By: Discovery

After 75 years, history still has many lessons to teach us. Read the reviews of the groundbreaking World War II documentary APOCALYPSE '45.

“‘APOCALYPSE '45’ (3.5/4 STARS)” - PETER SOBCZYNSKI, ROGER EBERT

"‘APOCALYPSE ’45’ OFFERS NEW LOOK AT PACIFIC THEATER" - RICHARD VON BUSACK, SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY

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