The Long March to Freedom - (2011) - Netflix

1h13m - Documentaries

Survivor interviews and dramatic reenactments chronicle the brutalities endured by Allied POWs during a forced march in Poland in January 1945.

Director: Stephen Saunders
Cast: Bernard Hill, John Akehurst, Sydney Barthorpe, Harry Buckledee, George Bull, Robert Clark, Charles Clarke, Reg Cleaver, Stan Constable, Reg Dowding
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Synopsis In the final brutal winter of WWII almost 100'000 Allied Prisoners of War are force-marched away from liberating Russian forces. It is the beginning of an ordeal of starvation savagery and suffering. Many will die. This three-part documentary series explores the stark story of an astonishing journey as told by its survivors from their capture the long years of captivity and the added horrors of the Long March itself. With the passing of time their story has been forgotten - until now.

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