The World at War (1973–1976)
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The Bomb: February-September 1945 

Following the events from the death of US President Roosevelt through to the dropping of the two bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that prompted Japan's surrender.

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McGeorge Bundy ...
Himself - Stimson's Biographer
James Byrnes ...
Himself - Truman's Secretary of State
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Himself - Foreign Secretary (as Lord Avon)
Averell Harriman ...
Himself - U.S. Ambassador to Russia 1945
Alger Hiss ...
Himself - State Department 1945
Toshikazu Kase ...
Himself - Foreign Ministry 1945
Koichi Kido ...
Himself - Lord Privy Seal 1945 (as Marquis Kido)
Yoshio Kodama ...
Himself - Nationalist Politician
Curtis LeMay ...
Himself (as General Curtis LeMay)
John J. McCloy ...
Himself - Assistant Secretary of War 1945 (as John McCloy)
J. Robert Oppenheimer ...
Himself (archive footage) (as Robert Oppenheimer)
Hisatsune Sakomizu ...
Himself - Cabinet Secretary 1945
Charles W. Sweeney ...
Himself - Hiroshima & Nagasaki Pilot (as Charles Sweeney)
Paul Tibbets ...
Himself - Hiroshima Pilot (as Colonel Paul Tibbets)
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Following the events from the death of US President Roosevelt through to the dropping of the two bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that prompted Japan's surrender.

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24 April 1974 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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