Weapons at War: Brute Force: Volume 1

Release Date: 15 October 2012 | Certificate: Exempt
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Discover how the tools of war have changed throughout history.

From man’s earliest battles to the combat visions of the future, the Weapons at War series richly illustrates the history of weaponry throughout the ages and discover what weapons will be like in the future.

This in-depth look at the weapons deployed during war demonstrates how much warfare has been changed over the years by the advances in technology. Our explorations take us from basic training in World War I to the explosion of technology that arms the forces before combat today. See how technology has transformed the tank from a slow-moving vehicle operating at only four miles an hour during W.W.I, to today's 60-ton monsters that move at 45 miles per hour. Then we trace the evolution of the submarine, from the hand-cranked submersibles of the Civil War to the nuclear powered warships prowling the oceans today.

• From WWI to modern warfare, Weapons at War investigates the advances made in weaponry through the years. Authentic archive footage transports the viewer to a diverse collection of battlegrounds.

• Excellent value for money, extensive footage includes over 11 hours of viewing.

• Programmes include War Games, Military Machinery, Smart Bombs, Combat Medicine and Combat Camera.

• WEAPONS AT WAR: BRUTE FORCE: contains 15 documentaries on 4 DVDs.
Release Date: 15 October 2012
Certificate: E - Exempt from Certification

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