Presented are some of America's best war films that feature a comprehensive set that illustrates why the United States fought in WWII. These are the original films as they were shot and feature real war footage documentaries that have been preserved by the National Archives of the United States.
Nuremberg (1946) (ca. 75 min.) -- Prelude to war (1942) (ca. 50 min.) -- The Nazis strike (1943) (ca. 40 min.) -- Here is Germany (1945) (ca. 50 min.) -- Divide and conquer (1943) (ca. 55 min.) -- Death mills (1946) (ca. 20 min.) -- Nazi concentration camps (1945) (ca. 55 min.).