The Lost Evidence
The Lost Evidence is a television program on The History Channel which uses three-dimensional landscapes, reconnaissance photos, eyewitness testimony and documents to reevaluate and recreate key battles of World War II. The entire series was made up of 23 fifty-minute episodes with the exception of the D-Day episode, which is 100 minutes in length (or 1 hour and 40 minutes).
The first episode was aired in the UK in 2004.
|Episode 2||North Africa|
|Episode 3||Battle of the Bulge|
|Episode 5||Liberation of Paris|
|Episode 6||Breakout from Normandy|
|Episode 7||Battle of Berlin|
|Episode 8||Crossing the Rhine|
|Episode 9||Monte Cassino|
|Episode 11||Operation Market Garden|
|Episode 13||El Alamein|
|Episode 14||Battle of Britain|
|Episode 18||Leyte Gulf|
|Episode 22||Iwo Jima|
|Episode 23||Pearl Harbor|
Repeats of the series are currently airing on the digital broadcast network Quest.
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