Archive clips on World War Two that capture both the ordinary and extraordinary lives of those who lived through the war.
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas reports from the Berlin Wall and reveals the site of what was Hitler's bunker.
Wynford Vaughan-Thomas' extraordinary first-hand reports as the Allied invasion force landed at Anzio, in Italy, during the D-Day landings of January 1944.
"Terrifying. He had them in his grip." Wynford Vaughan-Thomas describes Adolf Hitler's oratory skills.
" ..they were very frightened. Especially the workers coming in at 18 because that was when you were allowed to work on the danger area".
"I was one of the very, very lucky ones."
"It was certainly the most terrifying eight hours I have spent in my life".
This BBC News clip from April 1968 catches up with some veterans who fought in the Battle of Britain on the day Bomber Command became RAF Strike Force.