WW II Behind Closed Doors: Stalin, the Nazis and the West
Series Description: "WW II: Behind Closed Doors" provides a new history of World War II -- one that is full of surprises, even for those who think they know the history. Drawing on material only available since the opening of archives in the East, the documentary re-examines the key decisions made by Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt during the war. The series is a mix of high politics -- including the inside story of the Allies' meetings at Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam -- and the dramatic personal experiences of those on the ground who bore the consequences of their decisions.
Reveals the secret allegiances that Stalin wanted to hide, including his offer to help Hitler. [116 minutes]
In 1942, Stalin came face-to-face with Churchill in Moscow. It was hardly a meeting of the minds. [116 minutes]
Unknown forces were tearing the Alliance apart just as an Allied victory in Europe was in reach. [116 minutes]