Race to Berlin • 2021 • episode "S1E6" History By The Numbers

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It's June 1944. the Soviet Red Army and the Western Allies are in a race to the finish line. The prize is Hitler's Berlin, and whoever is first to cover 700 miles will not only win the war but will get to decide

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