I purchased the three DVD set of the old U.S. television series, "Victory at Sea", in the Walmart bargain bin for $5. I remember seeing it as a child and being entranced by the music as well as the battle scenes. As a man, sixty years after the war, I have had my eyes opened by some of the footage. "VS" was produced in black and white. The narration is strictly 1950's newsreel, with a great deal of "over the top" patriotism and rhetoric. Most scenes are made up of USN film or captured Japanese and German archived film. These latter two are truly fantastic to view. The last disk featured the Kamikaze attacks at Okinawa and some interesting footage of Japanese sunken wrecks in Tokyo Bay, as US, British, and other Allied ships come in. Also on the last disk is some footage of well known liners in battle grey, returning soldiers and sailors to both coasts of the USA. I spotted "QM", "QE", "America", and several others. The "George Washington " and "Ile de France" may have been in there. If you can obtain this set and overlook the extremely patriotic dialog of post-war America, I would urge you to do so. It opens our eyes to what truly great men did to keep the world out of the hands of Fascists; men who were our fathers and grandfathers.