Starting with the tensions in the Pacific that led to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor through the epic battle of Midway and the Atomic Bombing of Japan.
This compelling documentary tracks the events that lead to the conclusion of the war in Europe.
The effectiveness of its artillery arm was one of the dominating features of the German army on the battlefields of the Western Front in World War I. The expertise and technology that had made it so effective in that conflict werer never lost, so the ground was already laid for the rapid expansion of artillery of all types for the new Wehrmacht.
From 1940 until war's end, German industry produced a plethora of self-propelled weapons for the german Army. This unique compilation of combat footage of tank destroyers and self-propelled artillery allows the viewer to gain insight into the variety and importance of such weapons to the German Army.
Seemingly present whenever German combat cameramen were filming, armored cars and half tracks were as vital to the German war machine as the Panzers. This program covers all these vehicles and includes rare footage of the late war Puma armored car in Normandy.
In order to keep up with the demands of warfare, soldiers and engineers were educated partly with training films. This program contains footage of 2 German Army training films from late 1943 and mid 1944. Produced for the benefit of German personnel, this may be the only footage of this type to survive the war.
Rock Legends is documentary series that explores the careers and lives of famous rock musicians. Using interviews, archival footage, and performances, each episode reveals the story of their lives and the impact they made on popular culture.
Filmed in Sweden and Norway, this documentary series follows adventure-traveler and BBC journalist, Simon Parker, as he embarks upon a 2,000 mile / 3,500 KM cycling adventure from the North Cape to Smygehuk – the full length of the Scandinavian Peninsula. On his journey, Simon charts the seasonal cycles of the natural world, as summer is transitioning into autumn.
True History introduces you to the moments, places, and people that have shaped modern life with the world’s best and most dynamic professors and experts as the stars of the show.
Law&Crime features daily live trial coverage, expert legal analysis and original true crime programs.
Artist Felix Semper takes a sculpture of national hero Jose Marti to Cuba and collaborates with other artists and singers in Havana with his unique stretchable paper sculpture.
The Black Vote is a show hosted by Bruce B. Holmes that focuses on the voting trends of African Americans and how candidates use their platforms to influence the outcome of elections. The Black Vote will interview current and up coming political figures, law makers, community activists and of course the voters. This show will bring a unique perspective to the opinions of every segment of the black community.
A look at racism in Australia and the UK through interviews.
After interviewing hundreds of individuals and collecting thousands of pages of state and federal statutes and records, News21 found as many as 63 million people – nearly a fifth of the country – were exposed to potentially unsafe water more than once during the past decade. Twenty-nine journalism students from 18 universities took part in the project, which included a 30-minute documentary and numerous long-form stories.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston: Sailing Legend is a feature documentary about possibly the most famous sailor in modern times, Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, who was the first man to sail non-stop and alone around the world back in 1969. This is the remarkable story of Knox-Johnston's voyage around the world, and into history. From battling through monster waves, to being ‘lost at sea’ after losing his radio, and fighting off a shark, Sir Robin relives the journey and shares never before seen photographs and diary entries. We also hear about his achievement from fellow sailors Sir Ben Ainslie, Dee Caffari and Alex Thompson who put his voyage into perspective with the moon landings, plus adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes, and long-time friend, the BBC’s John Simpson.
WaveMakers™ is a new docu-series produced by Swim Across America & Browning Entertainment that will inspire and show that humanity wins when we help others.
While an outrageous fashion sense, elaborate videos, and spectacular stage sets are her norm, it's the music of Lady Gaga that has led to her explosive career full of fame and accolades.
An inside look at the home school journey of four fourteen/fifteen year old high school graduates.
A look into the faith based and black community and the disparities that are faced with black and brown people living with conditions such as diabetes, mental illness, cardiovascular and more. We meet some of the top names in health and faith to expose the issues.
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