Set against the backdrop of world events that led to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour in 1941. Victor Henry, a career naval officer who, along with his family, learns to navigate the waters of dangerous times in the late 1930's. While Germany proceeds to seize several border countries, Italy attempts to establish a fascist Colonial Empire under mussolini and Japan prepares for battle with China., the Henry clan finds itself drawn into the centre of the conflict as they deal with the drama, romance, tragedy and heroism that lead to America's involvement in World War II.
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An excellent mini saga showing US involvement in the second world war through the eyes of a senior American serviceman working in London. That makes it a welcome change from an entirely "how we won the war" american perspective.
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Great mini-series from the early 80's. Good production values but some of the staff are just too old. The May-December love story between Pug (Mitchum) and Pamela (Tennant) is unbelievable but in the book Pug was only in his early 50's.
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