The story of Americas most important battles against the Nazis and the Japanese during World War Two. This series examines the military mind-set, pioneering tactics and state-of-the-art technologies deployed by both sides. Remnants of military hard-wear, defensive megastructures and forgotten relics of war are discovered as experts journey from the beaches of the Pacific islands to the battlefields of Northern Europe.
Nazi Megastructures: America's War: Japan's Warrrior Code
June 1944. The Japanese are in retreat across the Pacific. Now, at the island of Saipan, they face a pivotal battle. If they lose, a deadly new American weapon - the B-29 long-range bomber - will be within range of Japan for the first time. But the Empire believes a mighty weapon of its own will win the battle - a deep-rooted tradition of aggression and sacrifice in battle. Can the Japanese warrior mindset prevail?