Nimitz? Eisenhower? Who are they? It seems the makers of History Channel's The World Wars never heard of them. I just finished watching the third installment, so disappointing. It started of so well, too -- or, at least, it seemed to, I don't know as much about World War I as I do World War II, so maybe I didn't spot the errors in the first installment, but they kept piling up in the second and third -- from MacArthur and Marshall (not identified) wearing five stars in 1941, to FDR's gamble at Midway and ordering Patton to attack the Germans in the Battle of the Bulge. By the end it became a comedy.