The seven-part documentary series The War, which premiered on PBS television in 2007, represented the latest installment in the continuation of the 25-year-long relationship between filmmaker Ken Burns and public TV. His newest effort (co-directed and produced with Lynn Novick) focused on four American towns and the veterans who served in World War II. In addition to an original musical score by Wynton Marsalis, the 15-hour epic featured interviews with veterans and excerpts from diaries, in addition to archival photographs and film
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