This is a pretty complete list by country.......
American narration, don't know about the origin. Early opening statement "74 Million were to die. 5 and a half Germans, 21 million Chinese, 21 million Russians, 6 million Jews, 3.5 million Japanese." No mention of losses on the Continent:: France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Yugoslavia, other Nazi dominated countries (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Roumania) to say nothing of Britain, India, Malaya, The United States, Canada Australia, New Zealand. Very sloppy IMO, though it is nice to hear China's losses acknowledged which they rarely are, and also the true Losses from Russia.
I'm hoping there may be some new footage I haven't seen before. Sad story, the Dutch Resistance was permeated by Nazi collaborators and was a dreadful hole into which British agents dropped never to be seen again. Belgium on the other hand was a very well run Resistance, at least half Communist, but very effective. The meaningful Resistance in France too was primarily Communist until 6th June when "Patriots" crawled out of the woodwork looking for recognition and medals after the war.
Yugoslavia on the other hand was a real civil war between the Communist Serbs and the pro Nazi Croats The Chetniks and the Ustasheh, who were just conitinuing the fight that began in 1914. Best book is Fitzroy MacLean's (Scottish enough?) "The Eastern Approaches". Josip Broz, the Croatian who led the Serbian Communists and later became Tito was a remarkably intelligent man and a great leader. And he never knuckled under to Stalin or any othe Communist leader. He kept Yugoslavia together and peaceful for his entire life. Clearly not the easiest of tasks, and he did so without extensive murders. He was strong enough to knock heads together and get agreement without pogroms. Jailings, yes, killings, very rare, not at all like the Greek civil war..
Reading about the Greek Civil war between the Nationalists and the Communists is a brutal story, and the movie "Eleni" is not a good representation. She was a Communist leader, the story is a whitewash of the quite vicious fighting and denouncing of neighbours that went on. Very ugly. The book was written by Eleni's son, and naturally she appears as the heroine, but she wasn't. She is reviled all over Greece.
Even more remarkable is Dilys Powell's story of Crete in the Second World War in "The Villa Ariadne" Ms. Powell was a recorder before the war at the archaeologicaldig at Knossos, King Minas' Palace, and knew all the archaeologists who became the British secret troops on Crete who captured General Kreipe and loaded him on a submarine and sent him to Alexandria, the only General smuggled out of an occuppied country. It too is a great read. Patrick Leigh Fermor who was part of the team capturing Kreipe walked from London, to Constantinople in the two years before the War, and has produced 3 beautiful volumes about that trip. The capture is covered in "Ill Met by Moonlight" by W. Stanley Moss, Fermor's partner in the job, or in "Abducting a General: The Kreipe Operation and SOE in Crete" by Fermor. Patrick Leigh Fermor is an award winning writer of travel and historical reminiscence. He writes like an angel.