Imaginative and often provocative…a formidable work. – New York Times
Involving as well as informing….A valuable history lesson. – Los Angeles Times
A seven-part series offering an informative look at the history of American-British relations since the onset of World War I, when Great Britain was at its peak of power and the United States preferred its isolationist shield. Much of the story is told by people who participated in the events, from infantrymen in World War I to personal secretaries of prime ministers (description provided by the New York Times).A BBC production in association with WNET/New York and KCET/Los Angeles. Broadcast nationally on PBS in 1998. Presented by British journalist David Dimbleby.
Blaine Baggett: U.S. Executive Producer
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