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Pino Lella is a normal Italian teenager living an idyllic life in Italy, until bombs begin falling on Milan and word of Nazi atrocities begin to circulate. Lello joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps, guiding hundreds of Jews to safety in a year. On his 18th birthday, Lella is forced to enlist with the German Army, and is immediately assigned as a personal driver to Adolf Hitler's left hand, General Hans Leyers. This fly on the wall in the upper echelons of the Third Reich positions him to be recruited by the Allies as a spy.
Set in an alternate USSR where futuristic technology co-mingles with magical elements, a Red Fleet soldier goes up against an ex-leader who rules with an iron fist.
The U.S. Army Special Operations Command creates a pilot program that allows elite women soldiers on the battlefield with Green Berets and Army Rangers in Afghanistan in 2010. The unit, CST-2, brings together a hand-picked group of women from the Army, and that includes 1st Lieutenant Ashley White. White and her platoon mates bond over adversity. She becomes the first CST member killed in action. White's name is placed on the Army Special Operations Memorial Wall of Honor alongside the Army Rangers she served with in the unit.
Set during the Second Battle of Fallujah, Staff Sergeant David Bellavia faces life-threatening experiences and other conflicts.
A group of volunteer pilots from the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps, who are led by Captain Claire Lee Chennault, fight alongside the Chinese during WW II. A unique brotherhood is formed by the intrepid soldiers.
A volunteer fighter squadron is formed by General Claire Chennault to help the Chinese fight against the Empire of Japan before the United States enters WWII. The aging Chinese planes are no match for the superior Japanese forces, until the volunteers arrive in American-made P-40 War Hawks. The two squadrons fly side by side, in fighter planes emblazoned with the gaping tiger's teeth logo. After Pearl Harbor, the Flying Tigers become an effective squadron in the U.S. Air Force.
Follows the true-life 761st Tank Battalion, an African-American armored unit which saw combat as part of the U.S. Army during WWII under General George S. Patton.
Set during WW II, Arthur Meyerowitz's, an American turret-gunner, B-24 bomber is shot down over Vichy France in 1943. While hiding in the French countryside, Meyerowitz befriends Marcel Talliander, the founder of the legendary French resistance group Morhange, who helps shelter Meyerowitz from the Gestapo through his secret network. After six months of barely evading capture, Meyerowitz escapes through a carefully orchestrated plan that also involves R.F.W. Cleaver, one of the most accomplished British fighter pilots of the war.
Set during World War II, a lone American paratrooper is stranded behind enemy lines hours before D-Day, he is tasked with delivering intelligence critical to the outcome of the war and compelled to fulfill a promise to protect the young son of a murdered ally.
The film tells the true story of Capt. Ernest Evans, the U.S. Naval Commander posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions during the Battle off Samar, part of the October 1944 Battle of Leyte Gulf - one of the largest naval engagement in history.
After British forces defeat Italian forces in North Africa, Germany taps German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel to drive eastward along the North African coast to seize the Suez Canal. British forces are routed, and it comes down to a stand at El-Alamein. There, Britain's Eighth Army in North Africa, led by Bernard Montgomery, keeps the Germans bottled up and unable to overrun Egypt. After several long, bloody battles, and with assistance from Australian and New Zealand forces, the Allies win the day. Rommel signals Hitler that the cause is lost. He is not granted permission to retreat but begins withdrawing troops, leaving the Italians alone to be trounced by allied forces.
Carlos Mavroleon, the Harvard-educated heir to an English/Greek shipping empire, decides to leave Wall Street behind and take on the most dangerous assignments in journalism (Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc.).
Set in 1939, the British are being pounded by Germany in mainland Europe, and Winston Churchill wants to hit back hard. His answer: stop fighting under accepted gentlemanly rules of engagement, and create a group of warriors who become the first "deniable" secret operatives to strike behind enemy lines. They are basically Britian’s first black op unit. Members are recruited, knowing they are likely to be killed. They become a very tight knit group and their work spans WWII. They win important victories against the Nazis, breaking all the accepted rules of warfare in the process and use deception and even the bow and arrow to dispatch the enemy.
Based on the a first-person shooter video game developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision. The game simulates the infantry and combined arms warfare of World War II.
During WWII, a group of airmen drawn from across the ranks of the Royal Air Force for a top-secret mission to fly deep into Germany to hit three important Nazi dams.
Follows a wounded Union soldier named Kitch who, when saved by a group of black soldiers, helps them run the Underground Railroad while he recovers from his injuries.
A unit of the U.S. Army Special Forces essentially operates as the President’s private army, using the latest technology to infiltrate and take down threats around the world without leaving any traces behind that they exist.