The Pacific War was the largest naval conflict in history. Across the huge expanses of the Pacific Ocean, the two most powerful navies in the world found themselves locked in a death struggle. From the Arctic conditions in the Aleutians, to the appalling heat and swelter of the South Pacific, every conceivable type of naval activity was represented: carrier aviation battles, surface engagements, bitterly fought night-battles, the largest amphibious landings of the entire war and the stealthy, brutal battles waged by and against submarines. This series includes rare combat footage, exclusive interviews with veterans from both sides, rare commentaries from the Doolittle raiders and discussions with a number of key insiders – including one of the planners of the attack on Pearl Harbour. Hell in the Pacific: The True Stories is the complete and unique story of the last great naval campaign in history.