||Based on the novel by Herman Wouk, this Emmy Award-winning miniseries continues the sweeping saga that began with 1983's THE WINDS OF WAR. This sequel opens one week following the bombing of Pearl Harbor and recreates the events of World War II. The actions of real historical figures, such as Adolph Hitler and Theodore Roosevelt, are intertwined with those of fictional characters who are drawn into the war. Robert Mitchum stars as Victory Henry, commander of the U.S.S. Northampton, whose family has been drawn into the conflict: sons Warren (Michael Woods) and Byron (Hart Bochner) are both in military uniform, while Byron's Jewish wife, Natalie Jastrow (Jane Seymour), is caught in war-torn Europe with their infant son. Meanwhile, the stories of Natalie's imperiled family--Dr. Aaron Jastrow (John Houseman) in Germany and Aaron Jastrow (Topol) in the Soviet Union--offer a wider perspective of the war as well as the Holocaust. Equal parts action, romance, and tragedy, WAR AND REMEMBRANCE was one of the biggest television productions of its time, with a budget of 120 million dollars and a running time of over 25 hours. This volume presents the concluding five parts of the epic miniseries.