Main title from the Thames Television series, The World at War (1973-74)

The World at War

(1973–74)

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| TV Programme | United Kingdom | Colour | Documentary, History, War
| Stars: Laurence Olivier, Averell Harriman, J Lawton Collins
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1970s World War II documentary series, narrated by Laurence Olivier

Cast (298)

Photo of Laurence Oliver narrating The World at War (1973-4). The actor is in rolled-up shirt sleeves while reading the script in front of a microphone
26 episodes
Himself – Narrator
Averell Harriman
5 episodes
Himself – Roosevelt’s Roving Ambassador / Himself – Roosevelt’s Special Representative in Britain / Himself – US Ambassador to Moscow 1945 / Himself – US Ambassador to Russia 1943-46 / Himself – US Ambassador to Russia 1945
J Lawton Collins
3 episodes
Himself / Himself – Commanding General, 25th Infantry Division at Guadalcanal / Himself – US VII Corps Commander
Christabel Bielenberg
2 episodes
Herself – Married to German / Herself – Wife of German
Rita Boas-Koopman
2 episodes
Herself / Herself – Dutch Jew
David Belchem
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Western Desert Force
Vladimir Antonov
Himself – Red Army
Frank Manson
Himself – Lieutenant, US Navy
Naoki Hoshino
Himself – Cabinet Minister
André Beaufre
Himself – French High Command
McGeorge Bundy
Himself – Stimson’s Biographer
Stephen Ambrose
Himself – Historian
John Barne
Himself – 6th Guards Arnoured Brigade
Robert Boothby
Himself – Conservative MP
Max Aitken
Himself – RAF Squadron Leader 1940
Lewis Bush
Himself – Writer
George Ball
Himself – Roosevelt Administration
Andrey Yeryomenko
Himself
Edward Butler
Himself – Ex Chief Petty Officer
Ivan Chistyakov
Himself – Commander, 6th Guard Army
Hans Brunswig
Himself – Hamburg Fire Officer
Bill Becket
Himself – Sherwood Foresters
Walter Boller
Himself – Major, ROAC
William Beveridge
Himself – Economist / Socialist
Hertha Beese
Herself – Berlin Housewife
Winston Churchill
11 episodes
Himself / Himself – Buckingham Palace on balcony 1945 / Himself – First Lord of the Admiralty / Himself – PM of the UK
Hermann Göring
6 episodes
Himself – C-in-C, Luftwaffe / Himself – Nuremberg Trial Defendant 1945 / Himself – President of the Reichstag
Toshikazu Kase
3 episodes
Himself – Cabinet Secretariat / Himself – Foreign Ministry 1945 / Himself – Matsuoka’s Private Secretary
Emmi Bonhoeffer
2 episodes
Herself – Berlin Housewife / Herself – Housewife
Francis de Guingand
2 episodes
Himself – Military Intelligence, Cairo / Montgomery’s Chief of Staff / Himself – Montgomery’s Chief of Staff
R A Butler
2 episodes
Himself – Foreign Affairs / Himself – Minister of Education
J R Colville
2 episodes
Himself – Chamberlain’s Private Secretary / Himself – Churchill’s Private Secretary
Sieuwert Bruins Slot
Himself
Eberhard Bethge
Himself – Prisoner of the Gestapo
Richard Böch
Himself – SS Lance Corporal
Roy Voris
Himself – Lieutenant, US Navy
Maurice Chevalier
Himself – Entertainer
James Byrnes
Himself – Truman’s Secretary of State
Charles Bohlen
Himself – US State Department 1945
Stanley Drinkwater
Himself
John Russell
Himself – British Embassy, Moscow 1941
George Elliott
Himself – Radar Unit Plotter
Vannevar Bush
Himself – Adviser to Roosevelt
Paola Colacicchi
Himself – Italian Army
Peter Cremer
Himself – Capt of U-333
Vsevolod Klokov
Himself – Ukrainian Partisan
John Corcoran
Himself – Pilot
Mark W Clark
Himself – Commander, US 5th Army
Sydney Bowers
Himself – Sergeant, RAF
Mrs Gwen Bunt
Herself – Plymouth Resident
Anthony Eden
5 episodes
Himself – British Foreign Secretary / Himself – Foreign Affairs 1945 / Himself – Foreign Secretary / Himself – War Cabinet 1940-45 / Himself – War Minister 1940 / Foreign Secretary 1940
Douglas MacArthur
3 episodes
Himself – Allied Commander at Surrender Ceremony / Himself – Leader of America’s Occupation of Japan / Himself – Supreme Commander, Southwest Pacific Area
Lawrence Durrell
3 episodes
Himself / Himself – British Foreign Service / Himself – British Press Officer, Cairo
Teruo Okada
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Japanese Imperial Army
Karl Dönitz
2 episodes
Himself – Chief of the Navy / Himself – Last Leader of the Third Reich
Lord Chandos
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – War Cabinet 1942-45
Mitsuo Fuchida
2 episodes
Himself – Aerial Commander / Himself – Led Pearl Harbor Attack
Hugh Greene
Himself – ‘Daily Telegraph,’ Berlin
J F Bubberman-Boer
Herself
Blondi
Hitler’s Dog
Paul Schmidt
Himself – Hitler’s Interpreter
Masataka Chihaya
Himself – Japanese Navy
Franz Halder
Himself – Hitler’s Chief of Staff
Ivan Ludnikov
Himself – Corps Commander
Ira C Eaker
Himself – Commanding General US Eighth Air Force
Walter Davis
Himself – Sherwood Foresters
Leonard Brown
Himself – Private, 14th Army
Adolf Hitler
11 episodes
Himself -Führer / Himself – Führer
Albert Speer
5 episodes
Himself / Himself – Hitler’s Armaments Minister / Himself – Minister of Armaments / Himself – Minister of Armaments / War Production
Charles de Gaulle
3 episodes
Himself / Himself – Leader of the Free French
Hans Kehrl
2 episodes
Himself – Ministry of Economics 1938-43 / Ministry of Armaments 1943-45 / Himself – Nazi Businessman
Yuzuru Sanematsu
2 episodes
Himself – Commander Naval Intelligence / Himself – Naval Intelligence
Noble Frankland
2 episodes
Himself – Director, Imperial War Museum / Himself – Historian
Adolf Galland
2 episodes
Himself – Director General of Fighters / Himself – Luftwaffe Squadron Leader 1940 / Luftwaffe Wing Commander 1941
Minoru Genda
2 episodes
Himself – Planned Midway Invasion / Himself – Planned Pearl Harbor Attack
Allan Francis Harding
2 episodes
Himself – Alexander’s Chief of Staff / Himself – Commander, 7th Armoured Division
Eddy Christiani
Himself
Brian Horrocks
Himself – 30 Corps Commander
C JR Duffin
Himself – 6th Guards Armoured Bdge
Wilhelm Hoettl
Himself – SS Major
Chester W Nimitz
Himself – C-in-C, US Pacific Fleet
Edward Spears
Himself
William Edward Rawlings Eyton-Jones
Himself – SS Ben Vrachie
Olga Rybakova
Herself – Leningrad Housewife
Michael Calvert
Himself – Chindit Commander
Otto John
Himself – Member of Resistance
Kenneth Strong
2 episodes
Himself – Eisenhower’s Intelligence Chief
Traudl Junge
2 episodes
Herself – Hitler’s Secretary / Herself – Secretary to Hitler 1943-45
Dwight D Eisenhower
2 episodes
Himself
Bill Mauldin
2 episodes
Himself – Cartoonist, ‘Stars and Stripes’
Georg Konrad Morgen
Himself – Law Student
Louis De Jong
Himself
Willy Feldheim
Himself
Avraham Kochavi
Himself – Polish Jew
Mrs Yonaha
Herself – Student
Charles Trenet
Himself – Entertainer
Alger Hiss
Himself – State Department 1945
Ursula Gray
Herself – German Refugee, 1945
J Glenn Gray
Himself – Author ‘The Warriors’
Lucy Faithfull
Herself – Children’s Care Organiser
Charles Gardner
Himself – BBC Reporter
Grigori Tokaty
Himself – Stalin Critic
Norman Corwin
Himself – Radio Commentator
Friedrich Paulus
Himself – Commander, 6th Army Group
Thomas Finch
Hiimself – Chief Officer, ‘SS San Emiliano’
Nikolai Volkov
Himself – Factory Worker
Arthur Harris
Himself – Marshal of the RAF 1972
Gilbert Collins
Himself – Gunner, 14th Army
Stafford Cripps
Himself – Ambassador to Russia 1940-1942
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas
3 episodes
Himself – War Correspondent
Vyacheslav Molotov
3 episodes
Himself – Foreign Minister
Louis Mountbatten
3 episodes
Himself / Himself – Supreme Allied Commander SEAC / Himself – Supreme Commander, SEAsia
Hasso von Manteuffel
2 episodes
Himself – German Panzer Command / Himself – German Panzer Commander
Walter Warlimont
2 episodes
Himself – German High Command
Koichi Kido
2 episodes
Himself – Emperor’s Chief Adviser / Himself – Lord Privy Seal 1945
Werner Pusch
Himself – Social Democrat
Petra Eldering
Herself
Ursula Grey
Herself – Dresden Civilian
Primo Levi
Himself – Italian Jew
Bernard Kops
Himself – Child Evacuee
Bertie Good
Himself – Steward, ‘MV Royal Daffodil’
James Doolittle
Himself – B-25 Raid on Japan
Richard O’Connor
Himself – Commander, Western Desert Force
Mikhail Shumilov
Himself – Commander, 7th Guards Army
Peter Gretton
Himself – Escort Group Commander
Wilhelm Herget
Himself – Night Fighter Pilot
Drew Middleton
Himself
Neville G Hogan
Himself – Capt, 14th Army
Tom Driberg
Himself
Joseph Stalin
6 episodes
Himself – General Secretary / Himself – Secretary General
Siegfried Westphal
4 episodes
Himself – Afika Korps, Rommel’s Chief of Staff / Himself – Chief of Staff, German Armies in the West / Himself – Kesselring’s Chief of Staff / Himself – Staff Officer Western Front
Hirohito
3 episodes
Himself – Emperor of Japan
Friedrich Luft
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Berliner
Heinz Reinheimer
Himself – Printer’s Son
Jan Kilkens
Himself
Dov Paisikovic
Himself – Hungarian Jew
Joe Minogue
Himself
Martin Lindsay
Himself – British Army Officer
Ray Holmes
Himself – RAF Sergeant Pilot 1940
Ion Antonescu
Himself – Prime Minister of Yugoslavia
Ian Mutsu
Himself – Newsman
Nikolay Voronov
Himself – Interrogated Paulus when Surrendering
Raymond Hart
Himself – ‘HMS Vidette’
Leon Johnson
Himself – Group Commander
Urikuro Honda
Himself – Japanese Imperial Army
Goronwy Rees
Himself
Franklin D Roosevelt
4 episodes
Himself / Himself – US President
King George VI
2 episodes
Himself – Buckingham Palace on balcony 1945 / Himself – His Highness
Curtis LeMay
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Divisional Commander
Heipke Remer
Herself – Farmer’s Daughter
Piet Nak
Himself – Streetcleaner
Heinz Linge
Himself – Hitler’s Valet
Rudolf Vrba
Himself – Czechoslovak Jew
Gordon Waterfield
Himself – War Correspondent
Yoshio Kodama
Himself – Nationalist Politician
William Robertson
Himself – US Army 1945
Herman Pheffer
Himself – Disabled US Veteran
John Simon
Himself – Chancellor of the Exchequer
John McBeath
Himself – Commanding ‘HMS Venomous’
Masatake Okumiya
Himself – Pilot
John Kenneth Galbraith
Himself – Roosevelt Administration
Claude Auchinleck
Himself – C-in-C Middle East Command 1941-42
Kurt Zeitzler
Himself – Hitler’s Chief of Staff
Otto Kretschmer
Himself – Capt of U-99
Andrei Zhdanov
Himself – Communist Politician
Vera Lynn
Herself – Morale Booster
Trevor Evans
Himself
Otto Ernst Remer
Himself – German Army Officer
Christa Ronke
2 episodes
Herself – Berliner / Herself – Berliner, 1945
J B Priestley
2 episodes
Himself – Broadcaster / Himself – Broadcaster / Novelist
Georgi Zhukov
2 episodes
Himself – Marshal / Himself – Red Army General
Ewald von Kleist
Himself – Army Officer
Jetty Paerl
Herself
Karl Wolff
Himself – SS General
Princess Margaret
Herself – Buckingham Palace on balcony 1945
Jimmy Thomas
Himself – Royal Navy
Charles Woodhouse
Himself – Capt HMS Ajax
Hartwig Looks
Himself – Capt of U-264
Hamish Mahaddie
Himself – RAF Bomber Command Pathfinder
Michael Foot
Himself – Acting Editor, Evening Standard 1942
Richard Schultze-Kossens
Himself – Commander, SS Academy
J M Stagg
Himself
Queen Elizabeth II
2 episodes
Herself / Herself – Buckingham Palace on balcony 1945
John J McCloy
2 episodes
Himself – Assistant Secretary of War 1945 / Himself – Roosevelt’s Assistant Secretary of War
Kay Summersby
2 episodes
Herself – Eisenhower’s Driver / Herself – US Army 1945
J G Smyth
2 episodes
Himself – 17th Div, Burma / Himself – 17th Indian Infantry Division, Malaya
Siegmund Weltlinger
Himself – Jewish Stockbroker
Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands
Himself – The Prince of the Netherlands
Anna Nikulina
Herself – Red Army
Rivka Yosilevska
Herself – Polish Jew
Hartley Shawcross
Himself – Nuremberg Prosecuter 1945
Neville Chamberlain
Himself – PM of the UK
Robert Wright
Himself – Dowding’s Personal Assistant
King Boris III
Himself – Bulgaria
Alan Cunningham
Himself – Commander 8th Army 1941
Wilfred Oulton
Himself – Coastal Command
William Reid
Himself
Harold Alexander
Himself – Commander 15th Army Group
David Hewetson
Himself – Bevin Boy 1943-1947
Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
2 episodes
Herself – Buckingham Palace on balcony 1945 / Herself – Her Highness
Gerd von Rundstedt
2 episodes
Himself
Lord Beaverbrook
2 episodes
Himself – Minister of Aircraft Production / Himself – Minister of War Production
Bernard L Montgomery
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Commander 8th Army
Edward Woods
Himself
J B Roodbol
Himself
Felix Putterman
Himself – US Artilleryman
Adolf Eichmann
Himself – SS-Final Solution Administrator
Duke of Windsor
Himself
J Robert Oppenheimer
Himself
Willy Brandt
Himself – Chancellor of West Germany 1969-74
King Michael
Himself – Romania
Ichiji Sugita
Himself – General Staff
Gilbert Roberts
Himself – Western Approaches Staff
John Rogan
Himself – Navigator / Bombardier
Alan Brooke
Himself – Chief of the Imperial General Staff
George Hodgkinson
Himself – Chairman, Coventry War Emergency Committee
Marlene Tucking
Herself
Hideki Tojo
2 episodes
Himself – Prime Minister / Himself – Prime Minister of Japan
Bob Hope
2 episodes
Himself
Benito Mussolini
2 episodes
Himself – Former Prime Minister / Himself – Prime Minister of Italy
Florrie Rost van Tonningen
Herself
Yelena Reveshkaya
Herself – Red Army Interpreter
Maurice Gamelin
Himself – C-in-C, Maginot Line
Hisatsune Sakomizu
Himself – Cabinet Secretary 1945
Douglas Spencer
Himself – UK Occupation Force 1945
Édouard Daladier
Himself – Prime Minister of France 1938-40
Tomohiko Ushiba
Himself – Prime Minister’s Private Secretary
Isamu Noguchi
Himself – Japanese-American 1941
Robert Sherwood
Himself – ‘HMS Bluebell’
Werner Schroer
Himself – Day Fighter Leader
Freddie Tomkins
Himself – Sergeant, 14th Army
Cecil King
Himself – Director, Daily Mirror
Martin Bormann
Himself – Personal Secretary to the Führer
Heinrich Himmler
2 episodes
Himself – Reichsführer-SS
Gracie Fields
2 episodes
Herself – Entertainer
R M van der Veen
Himself
Isoroku Yamamoto
Himself – Funeral Procession in Japan 1943
Henri Giraud
Himself – Commander, French 9th Army
Charles W Sweeney
Himself – Hiroshima & Nagasaki Pilot
Hugh Dowding
Himself – RAF Fighter Command 1936-40
Paul Prince
Himself – Yugoslavia Acting Head of State
Takeo Yoshikawa
Himself – Spy at Pearl Harbor
Paul Samuelson
Himself – Roosevelt Administration
Neil Ritchie
Himself – Commander 8th Army 1941-42
Rodney Stone
Himself – ‘SS Gharinda’
William Slim
Himself – Commander, 14th Army
Frederick Marquis
Himself – Minister of Food 1940-1943
Roland Freisler
Himself – Bomb Plot Judge
George Formby
2 episodes
Himself – Entertainer
Erwin Rommel
2 episodes
Himself / Himself – Commander, Afrika Korps
Joseph Goebbels
2 episodes
Himself – Propaganda Minister
T van Ralte
Himself
John Seney
Himself – US Paratrooper
Heinz Guderian
Himself – German Colonel
Paul Tibbets
Himself – Hiroshima Pilot
Richard Tregaskis
Himself – War Correspondent
James Stewart
Himself – Squadron Commander
Albert Kesselring
Himself – Commander German Forces in Italy
Orde Wingate
Himself – British General, Chindit Campaigns
Bernard Miles
Himself
Archibald Wavell
2 episodes
Himself – C-in-C Middle East Command 1940-41 / Himself – Middle East Command
Gerben Wagenar
Himself
Edison Uno
Himself – Japanese-American 1941
Lore Thran
Himself – Cologne Hospital Nurse
R B Woudenber
Himself
Carola Stern
Herself – German Citizen
Philippe Pétain
Himself – Marshal of France
Rudolf Hess
Himself – Nuremberg Trial Defendant 1945
Yosuke Matsuoka
Himself – Foreign Minister of Japan
Sewell Avery
Himself – Businessman
Günther Prien
Himself – Capt of U-47
Ben Witter
Himself – Hamburg Journalist
Bill Roberts
Himself – Betteshanger Miner
Anton Mussert
Himself – NSB Leader
Eva Braun
Herself – Hitler’s Wife
Paul Reynaud
Himself – Prime Minister of France 1940
W K Wellington Koo
Himself – United Nations signatore one
Arthur Percival
Himself – Commonwealth General, Singapore
Joachim Schepke
Himself – Capt of U-100
Emanuel Shinwell
Himself – Minister of Fuel & Power
Arthur Seyß-Inquart
Himself – Reich Commissioner of Holland
Maxime Weygand
Himself – C-in-C, French Army
Harry Hopkins
Himself – Roosevelt’s Adviser
Bing Crosby
Himself
Frederic John Walker
Himself – Anti-Submarine Warfare Commander
Mrs Herma Wolfgang
Herself – Resident Alien
Fritz Todt
Himself – Minister of Munitions
Olivia de Havilland
Herself
Harry S Truman
Himself – US President
Tomoyuki Yamashita
Himself – Japanese General
Ernest Bevin
Himself – British statesman
Joachim von Ribbentrop
Himself – Nuremberg Trial Defendant 1945
Charles A Lindbergh
Himself
Mamoru Shigemitsu
Himself – Foreign Minister
Tyrone Power
Himself
Henry L Stimson
Himself – US Secretary of War 1945
Frank Sinatra
Himself
Tommy Handley
Radio Characters
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Episode guide (26 episodes)

Season 1 (26 episodes)

Pictures

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Main title from the 1974 ‘Pincers’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). August 1944 – March 1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘Pincers’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Occupation’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Holland 1940-1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Occupation’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Morning’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). June – August 1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Morning’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Inside the Reich’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Germany 1940-1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Inside the Reich’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Genocide’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). 1941-1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘Genocide’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Whirlwind’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Bombing Germany September 1939 – April 1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Whirlwind’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Tough Old Gut’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). November 1942 – June 1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Tough Old Gut’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘It’s a Lovely Day Tomorrow’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Burma 1942-1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘It’s a Lovely Day Tomorrow’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Home Fires’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Britain 1940-1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Home Fires’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Red Star’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). The Soviet Union 1941-1943
Main title from the 1974 ‘Red Star’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Wolf Pack’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). U-Boats in the Atlantic 1939-1944
Main title from the 1974 ‘Wolf Pack’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Stalingrad’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). June 1942-February 1943
Main title from the 1974 ‘Stalingrad’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘On Our Way’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). USA 1939-1942
Main title from the 1973 ‘On Our Way’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘Barbarossa’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). June-December 1941
Main title from the 1973 ‘Barbarossa’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘Banzai!’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). Japan 1931-1942
Main title from the 1973 ‘Banzai!’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘Alone’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). May 1940-May 1941
Main title from the 1973 ‘Alone’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘France Falls’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). May-June 1940
Main title from the 1973 ‘France Falls’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘Distant War’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). September 1939 – May 1940
Main title from the 1973 ‘Distant War’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Main title from the 1973 ‘A New Germany’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (2). 1933-1939
Main title from the 1973 ‘A New Germany’ episode of The World at War (1973-74) (1)
Photo of Laurence Oliver narrating The World at War (1973-4). The actor is in rolled-up shirt sleeves while reading the script in front of a microphone
Main title from the 1974 ‘Remember’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Reckoning’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (2). 1945… and after
Main title from the 1974 ‘Reckoning’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘The Bomb’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (2). February-September 1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘The Bomb’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Pacific’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (2). February 1942 – July 1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘Pacific’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Japan’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (2). 1941-1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘Japan’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Nemesis’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (2). Germany. February-May 1945
Main title from the 1974 ‘Nemesis’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974) (1)
Main title from the 1974 ‘Occupation’ episode of The World at War (1973-1974)
Main title from the Thames Television series, The World at War (1973-74)

Production

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Jeremy Isaacs
3 episodes
Producer / Writer
David Elstein
7 episodes
Director / Producer / Writer
Michael Darlow
5 episodes
Director / Producer
Peter Batty
13 episodes
Producer / Writer
Martin Smith
5 episodes
Director / Producer
John Pett
7 episodes
Director / Producer
Jerome Kuehl
4 episodes
Producer / Writer
Ted Childs
5 episodes
Director / Producer
Phillip Whitehead
3 episodes
Producer
Hugh Raggett
5 episodes
Director / Producer
Neal Ascherson
3 episodes
Writer
Laurence Thompson
2 episodes
Writer
Charles Bloomberg
2 episodes
Writer
Stuart Hood
Writer
David Wheeler
2 episodes
Writer
Courtney Browne
Writer
J P W Mallalieu
Writer
Charles Douglas-Home
Writer
John Williams
2 episodes
Writer
Angus Calder
Writer

Companies

(1)
Thames Television
Production company