Survivors recall good and bad memories of World War II.
At war's end the superpowers decide Europe's fate.
The atomic bomb kills 70,000 Japanese and injures 70,000 more.
The U.S. battles its way toward Japan and the Philippines.
Japan sweeps through Southeast Asia and captures Singapore.
Hitler marries Eva Braun, then kills himself.
Germany's S.S. sets out to exterminate all Jews.
Allied commanders cannot agree on an attack plan.
A rail strike to deny Germans supplies kills 16,000 Dutch.
Americans, Britons and Canadians attack on five Normandy beaches in history's largest amphibious invasion, on D-Day -- June 6, 1944.
German morale plunges after defeat at Stalingrad.
Women take jobs and black marketeers prosper as war continues.
The Japanese thrive in Burma's horrific jungles and monsoon.
Churchill staunchly supports an Allied invasion of Italy, which he sees as the "soft underbelly" of Europe.
Arthur "Bomber" Harris takes over Bomber Command.
Soviet military and civilian casualties total 20 million.
Germany tries to starve Britain by attacking supply ships.
Success prompts Hitler's resolve to capture Stalingrad.
Combatants face sandstorms, heat, flies, thirst and dysentery.
Congress acts when Hitler declares war on the United States.
Japan strikes at Pearl Harbor and sweeps forward to capture Hong Kong, Burma, Malaya, Singapore, the Dutch East Indies and the Philippines.
Hitler turns his tanks toward Russia; after a succession of impressive victories, the Germans delay, fatally, and Russia's fierce winter sets in.
Morale plunges as Britain battles Germany alone.
The Germans skirt the Maginot line and defeat the French.
Unprepared Britain realizes war with Germany is a reality.
A look at the measures taken by Adolf Hitler to become dictator of Germany and begin his domination of Europe. Hitler offers hope to economically troubled Germany.
Hitler's personal secretary Traudl Junge talks about life with the Fuhrer.
Fighting men who served in combat through World War II tell of their experiences, thoughts and emotions as they fought to kill.