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Allying with Japan against America
Invading the Soviet Union
Holding back armor during D-Day invasion
Refusing to evacuate Stalingrad
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100 Greatest War Movies





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Did You Know?

World War II air-war veterans often single out Twelve O’Clock High as the best film re-creation of the stresses of aerial combat that they endured over Europe’s skies. It was also one of the first films to offer a realistic depiction of combat fatigue.

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