World War 1 in Colour

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World War 1 in Colour is a documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh. The first of its six parts aired on 23 July 2003 in the United Kingdom. It was released on DVD in the United States as World War 1 in Color on 10 May 2005. The documentary consists of colourised footage from World War I.

It also contains interviews with World War I veterans: Arthur Barraclough (1898–2004), Harry Patch (1898–2009) (Britain's last survivor of the trenches), Fred Bunday (1900-2002), Arthur Halestrap (1898–2004), Hubert Williams (1895–2002) (the last pilot of the Royal Flying Corps of WWI), Bill Stone (1900–2009) (the penultimate Royal Navy veteran of WWI), and Jack Davis (1895-2003) (the last of Kitchener's Volunteers.)

The series was available as a free gift in The Daily Telegraph during August 2007.

Episode 1 - Catastrophe
Episode 2 - Slaughter in the Trenches
Episode 3 - Blood in the Air
Episode 4 - Killers of the Sea
Episode 5 - Mayhem on the Eastern Front
Episode 6 - Victory and Despair
Episode 7 - Tactics & Strategy - Episode narrated by Robert Powell
Episode 8 - Making the Series

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