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Secret Weapons of the Third Reich 

TV-PG | | Documentary, War | Episode aired 1998

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The Third Reich built weapon systems that were far beyond anything the Allies had or could have imagined in World War II. From operational jet planes to guided missiles and smart bombs, ... See full summary »

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Gary Tarpinian

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Charlton Heston ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Rupert Allason Rupert Allason ... Himself - Author 'Thread of Deceit' (as Nigel West)
Anthony Cave Brown Anthony Cave Brown ... Himself - Author 'Bodyguard of Lies'
Walter Boyne Walter Boyne ... Himself - Former Director, Nat'l Air and Space Museum
Brian J. Ford Brian J. Ford ... Himself - Scientist and Author 'German Secret Weapons' (as Brian Ford)
Paul Beaver Paul Beaver ... Himself - Defence Analyst / Historian
Ian Hogg Ian Hogg ... Himself - Author & Weapons Historian
Chris Corry Chris Corry ... Himself - Combat Cameraman, U.S. Navy
Brian Quarrie Brian Quarrie ... Himself - Author & Military Historian
Harry Hinsley Harry Hinsley ... Himself - Signals Analyst, Bletchley Park (as Sir Harry Hinsley OBE)
Paul Kemp Paul Kemp ... Himself - Naval Historian & Author 'Underwater Warriors'
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The Third Reich built weapon systems that were far beyond anything the Allies had or could have imagined in World War II. From operational jet planes to guided missiles and smart bombs, these weapons could have altered the outcome of the war; if only they were deployed properly.

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Documentary | War

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1998 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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