This is the great story of how World War I forever changed the face of battle. That was a war of 'news'; old style combat with small arms, bayonets and cavalry charges he switched to using high-tech weapons that are still present in war. The 'new' were, among others, the aerial bombardment of cities, large tank battles, the fight for control of the skies, the development of submarines, chemical warfare and bunkers. World War I had terrible consequences: 15 million dead and 20 wounded. Documentaries about this conflict have generally had the limitation of archival images, which were taken from stationary cameras and did not include battle sequences. Now, the material comes to life with dramatic recreations resources or the use of animated photo montages zeppelins, planes, tanks and submarines. Witness war scenes performed by actors but with weapons and live ammunition.