The first World War was a momentous event in world history. Classrooms all around the world discuss the details of what many call as the Great War. Now, in cooperation with the Imperial War Museum, we get to experience a vivid re-telling of the events of one of the hallmarks of history.
World War I in Color is the bringing to life and color of the events from 1914 to 1918. Narrated by Kenneth Baranagh, this documentary film will take us back in time to experience the war for ourselves. Also included in this documentary are exclusive interviews with some survivors of the war, namely, Arthur Halestrap, Harry Patch, Arthur Barraclough, Hubert Williams and Bill Stone.
Whether you are a history buff, a war fanatic or just an interested learner, this documentary gem will definitely be worth every minute of your time.