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An all-star international cast, led by Star Wars’ Ian McDiarmid and Spooks’ Tim Pigott-Smith, head up this tense political thriller, following the catastrophic chain of events which led from the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand on 28 June 1914, to the declaration of war between Britain and Germany on 4th August. Set amongst the corridors of power in Whitehall and Berlin, it tracks the unfolding crises through the eyes of leading politicians and civil servants struggling to prevent the world’s first global war.

Customer Reviews

37 days: The Road to War

An almost perfectly judged and understated horror story.The cast are superb and the drama creeps up on you .The writing is marvellous , the characterisation seems genuine and the use of time as war approaches macabre.I can't say i enjoyed it ,but as the centenary of the Great War ( To End All Wars) approaches its lessons must never be forgotten.Brilliant is not too strong a world. Team DXB


A lesson in History for all to see,absolutely brilliant story line that shows the madness our world lived in during the period ( hasn't improved much ).
Strongly recommended


An absolutely fantastic series showing first hand in a very powerful and understandable way how war crept upon Europe.

The cast were superb, the only problem was - we knew how events would eventually play out.

37 Days
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: 06 March 2014

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