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Mega MoversMega Movers

Mega Movers details the preparations and inside problems and details of large moves, such as historical buildings being relocated to new sites miles away (city halls, famous mansions, apartment houses etc.), oil derricks and such like difficult moves (Church and steeple, large off-road dump trucks, Oil platforms, Off-track Locomotives, etc.).


We're the FugawisWe're the Fugawis

A show which follows the hilarious misadventures of The Fugawis, an Upstate New York motorcycle club comprised of life-long best friends.


Rise and Fall of the SpartansRise and Fall of the Spartans

Rise and Fall of the Spartans features episodes exploring every aspect of Sparta's culture, lifestyle, history and legacy. Author Steven Pressfield, (Gates of Fire) reflects on the significance of the Battle of Thermopylae, where a force led by 300 Spartan warriors stalled the advance of a hundred-thousand-plus strong Persian army for nearly a week. Scholars like Barry S. Strauss of Cornell University and Yale's Donald Kagan explore the factors that drove the Peloponnesian city-state to strive for martial excellence. And ancient accounts explain how Sparta's warriors were trained and detail their prowess in battle.


The Century of WarfareThe Century of Warfare

Ride into Aqaba with Lawrence of Arabia. Stand with Patton as his tanks lead the Allied breakout from the coast of Normandy. Patrol the nighttime jungles of Vietnam... A CENTURY OF WARFARE explores the pivotal battles, profiles the commanders and chronicles the myriad ways in which war has shaped the modern world. The 26 hour-long episodes in this monumental set feature an encyclopedic collection of archival film dating back to 1896, creating an unforgettable visual record of every major military engagement from the precursors of World War I to the liberation of Kuwait.


Secrets of War: DeclassifiedSecrets of War: Declassified
History | Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Striking Secrets That Changed History! Discover the most cunning stories of deception and sabotage that forever changed the course of history! With each episode telling a strong, specific and factual story, Secrets of War has become an instant classic offering the most historically accurate complete guide in the 20th Century ever produced. Narrated by Oscar award-winner Charlton Heston, this series brings to life the conflicts that pulsed through the battles behind the battlefields. Uncover the strong, specific and factual tactics used by history's most influential leaders.


Secrets of War: The Cold WarSecrets of War: The Cold War
History | Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Hear the amazing true stories lying beneath the shadows of The Cold War! Witness the secret missions and tactics used by the C.I.A. and K.G.B. throughout the years of conflict and strife. From the development of the atomic bomb to the Superpowers triumphs and crushing defeats, this 10 episode collection uncovers the most significant leaders and military tactics used throughout the prolonged conflict. Narrated by Oscar® Award winner Charlton Heston, this series brings to life the hidden and unique conflicts of war that were once declared classified information. Through rare archival footage, formerly classified documents and messages, coupled with interviews with experts, authors and eyewitnesses from all over the world this series is a complete and accurate guide throughout The Cold War!


Deep Sea DetectivesDeep Sea Detectives

This show is about the history of the various vessels that have sunk into the depths of the ocean over the years, and of modern attempts to salvage them.


America: Promised LandAmerica: Promised Land

The epic history behind the creation of America, exploring how and why our ancestors came to this country. Examine the massive immigration patterns of ethnic groups to the United States through the telling of historical events including the Dutch Fur Trade, the Great Potato Famine, the California Gold Rush and more.


The Crossroads of HistoryThe Crossroads of History

In conjunction with Maker Studios comes The "Crossroads Of History", a scripted comedy series that examines the fascinating and largely unknown moments in history that have shaped our worlds in ways that you would never have imagined. The series will tell the amazingly TRUE stories of Adolph Hitler's 1907 art school admissions interview, John Wilkes Booth's encounter with Abraham Lincoln's bodyguard at a bar on the night the President was assassinated, and Christopher Columbus' landing in the New World, where he and his straggly team, lost and looking for free hand-outs, encounter the locals of the West Indies.


Battle History of the U.S. ArmyBattle History of the U.S. Army

Like the previous volume, this next documentary is divided into four TV-hour long documentaries. The first part is "The Citizen Soldier", which covers the early history of the U.S. Army. It begins with the American Revolution and George Washington leading a small, ill-equipped military force towards gaining and maintaining the independence of the United States against the British. And then it continues with the development of the U.S. Army. The second part, "Sword of Freedom", provides the historical background to the early development of the U.S. Army, then covers the Spanish American War, World War I, and the Army and its downtime between World War I and World War II. In part three, "Soldiers Across the Sea", World War II is covered in detail. This includes the Operation Torch-North African Campaign, Operation Overlord-Invasion of Normandy, Thrust Into Italy, and the end of World War II. The final battle covered is in part three is the Korean War. The final portion of the documentary, "In Wars Undeclared", deals with the Chinese Aggression that led to the Vietnam War, and lastly the Persian Gulf War.