World At War: 30th Anniversary: 11dvd: Box Set...£29.99 @ HMV (this week only) - HotUKDeals
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Great price for this as its on the HMV Deal of the Week special.

RRP: £99.99

Details:
11DVD Box Set - Contains The Following:
All 26 Original Episodes
8 Special Presentations
3 Hour 30th Anniversary Disc Containing Previously Unseen Interviews And Retrospective Interviews With The Original Production Team
Imperial War Museum Photo Gallery
Biographies
Brief History Of The World At War
Episode Summaries
Speeches/Songs & Newsreels/Maps
Special Features
Fullscreen 1.33:1
Dolby Digital
Languages - English
Region 0 / PAL / Colour And Black & White
Total Running Time 35 Hours 39 Minutes


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And don't forget the generous Quidco!
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#1
I should also point out that my fiancé found this, and not me (she reads the forums as well....and don't want to get in her bad books with Xmas coming up...)
#2
Good deal, next cheapest is £44.
#3
Was the entire World At War series not recently given away free with the Daily Mail?

*although not strictly free as you did have to trade in your self esteem and moral values by buying the Daily Mail:-D
#4
Strawdog
Was the entire World At War series not recently given away free with the Daily Mail?

*although not strictly free as you did have to trade in your self esteem and moral values by buying the Daily Mail:-D


Yup, got those ones for my GF's dad and they then offered the extra DVDs listed here for another tenner or something and then another few quid for a presentation box, this is probably only slightly more expensive than that 'free' offer was!

Mind you, when I bought the Daily Mail for the vouchers I made sure I did it in a paper shop where they didn't know me...the shame of it all...even more embarrassing than buying something from the top-shelf! :oops:
#5
Indeed, my dignity is worth more than £29.99! I wouldn't touch the Mail if it was giving away free £50 notes!
#6
Great series. Obviously a lot of shocking stuff in it but I always find Operation Barbarossa incredible.

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