This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2013) World War 1 in Colour is a documentary narrated by Kenneth Branagh. The first of its six parts aired on 1 September 2003 in the United Kingdom. It was released on DVD in the United States as World War 1 in Color on 10 May 2005. The documentary consists of colourised footage from World War I. It also contains interviews with survivors of the conflict, including Arthur Barraclough (1898-2004), Harry Patch (1898-2009) (Britain's last survivor of the trenches), Arthur Halestrap (1898-2004), Hubert Williams (1895-2002) (the last pilot of the Royal Flying Corps of WWI), and Bill Stone (1900-2009) (the last Royal Navy veteran of WWI). The series was available as a free gift in The Daily Telegraph during August 2007. Episode 1- Catastrophe, Episode 2- Slaughter in the Trenches, Episode 3- Blood in the Air, Episode 4- Killers of the Sea, Episode 5- Mayhem on the Eastern Front, Episode 6- Victory and Despair, Episode 7- Tactics & Strategy, Episode 8- Making The Series

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