5 Quality serieEisert | 14/03/2011 | See all Eisert's reviews (6)A classic quality documentary in black and white. About two hours per disk/subject (and you have 6 of them). Good quality box. Every battle is structured in a similar way (prelude, the leaders, the commanders, weapons of the axis, weapons of the allies, the offensive strategy, the defensive strategy,...). The serie provides plain facts about the events that took place. There ar no sentimental reflections. If you want personal accounts of people who where actually there than go for the World at War. Well worth the money. The only (minor) drawback is that there aren't any subtitles, not even in English.