3D Second World War footage found
Previously unseen 3D footage of the Second World War will be shown on television for the first time.
Film from 1943 showing a German anti-aircraft crew in action will be shown in the programme, called WWII in 3D, next month.
Other footage, including a stereoscopic film found in the archives of the Imperial War Museum (IWM) and a 2D film produced by the Nazis explaining how to use the 3D technology, will feature in the hour-long show on Sky 3D on May 26.
Channel director John Cassy said: "This is truly a remarkable find - seeing the 3D footage made by the Nazis and the accompanying films on how to use them is a compelling insight into how the medium was used during the war.
"3D is often seen as a modern innovation, but this incredible footage reminds us that it's been around for decades - we're completely thrilled to be working with IWM to remaster it for the 21st century."
The show will also feature a collection of colour 3D photographs taken secretly by a civilian in occupied France and 3D reconnaissance photographs taken by allied forces.