This box set from cable's venerable History Channel offers a triumvirate of documentary programs that explore various historical events in 3D mode. First on the bill is WWII in 3D, a systematic and chronological look at the Second World War - from Adolf Hitler's invasion of Poland in 1939, through the D-Day landing at Normandy in 1944, and beyond. Next up is Titanic: 100 Years in 3D in which the administrators of Woods Hole team up with SMS Titanic, Inc. for a 3D underwater exploration of history's most infamous ill-fated cruise ship - a journey paired, here, vis-à-vis biographical profiles of various Titanic casualties. Finally, History of the World in Two Hours in 3D offers exactly what its titles promises - a visually overwhelming, three-dimensional look back at all of the Earth's history, from the creation of the planet through the rise of modern civilizations.
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