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    Modern Marvels

    Modern Marvels

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    According to the History Channel, this show first aired in January of 1995, but it was released on VHS in 1994. It was probably on another network before the History Channel was formed in January of 1995.moreless
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    Ancient Aliens

    Ancient Aliens

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    Ancient Aliens is an American television series that premiered on April 20, 2010 on the History channel. Produced by Prometheus Entertainment, the documentary style program presents theories of ancient astronauts and proposes that historical texts, archaeology and legends contain evidence of past human-extraterrestrial contact. The series' de facto pilot was a TV special of the same name that aired on March 8, 2009. A second season began airing on Thursday, October 28, 2010 in the 10ET/9CT time slot.moreless
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    Cities of the Underworld

    Cities of the Underworld

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    Peel back the layers of history with hosts Don Wildman and Eric Geller, as they explore underneath the cities of the world to find the hidden engineering feats and dark histories buried beneath. Travel though a maze of tunnels, hidden water supplies, hideouts, and tombs lost to time.moreless
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    The Revolution

    The Revolution

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    A thirteen-part documentary series detailing the American Revolution, from the causes that lead to America's fight for independence to its conclusion and the birth of a new nation.
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    Ice Road Truckers

    Ice Road Truckers

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    At the top of the world, in the coldest parts of North America, there is a whole trucking industry that most people had never heard of. Some communities and industries can only be reached for a few months each year, when rivers or seas freeze over. Ice Road Truckers follows some of the drivers that live life on the edge, working flat-out to supply them over these winter roads. Season 1 and 2 are based in Canada's Northwest Territories, first the diamond mines around Yellowknife and then the Mackenzie River ice road from Inuvik. Seasons 3 and 4 move to the USA and focus on Alaska's Dalton Highway, supplying the oilfields in Prudhoe Bay. Season 5 splits coverage between Alaska and the winter roads Winnipeg, in Canada's Manitoba.moreless
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    The Universe

    The Universe

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    Introducing absolutely everything. The beginning of history starts here. There are 50 billion galaxies in the universe. 95% is still uncharted. This series examines the mysteries of everything, from black holes to how our sun functions. Is our planet as insignificant to the cosmos as a drop of water is to the ocean? This series will investigate the uncharted frontiers of space and explore the possible existence of life-supporting worlds beyond our own.moreless
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    Dogfights

    Dogfights

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    The History Channel (ended 2007)
    This show uses the latest simulation technology and computer-generated effects to transport the viewer back to the days of dogfighting. Original camera work and rare, archival footage will be used to aid the re-creation of some of history's most famous air battles.moreless
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    Mail Call

    Mail Call

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    Welcome to the Mail Call guide at TV.com. Hosted by R. Lee Ermey, Mail Call is a half-hour series that answers viewers' mail about what the armed forces were, and really are like.moreless
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    Ancient Discoveries

    Ancient Discoveries

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    What you think may be a product of modern thought may have originated thousands of years ago. Watch as historians uncover evidence of primitive land and air transportation designs, elements of warfare and early concepts of modern conveniences.moreless
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    Battles BC

    Battles BC

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    Their feats are legendary. Serving as a blueprint for warfare thousands of years later, the strategic military prowess of ancient warriors are still analyzed today. The new HISTORYâ�¢ series, BATTLES BC, uses a stunning graphic style comparable to 300, the hit feature film, to show leaders from the ancient world in some of the greatest conflicts in history. The eight episode series premieres Monday, March 9th at 9pm ET/PT on HISTORY.These are the tales of historic battles and bloodshed. Now, with cutting edge animation techniques, and the expertise of military historians-BATTLES BC explores the strategies, tactics and weapons used by ancient commanders such as Hannibal, David, Caesar and Alexander. The truths and myths behind these heroes and villains are brought to life, in dramatic and epic proportions.BATTLES BC provides fresh insight into the icons and events that helped shape the course of ancient history.moreless
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    American Eats

    American Eats

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    From cultures around the world we gathered our favorite foods and made them our own. Hot dogs and ice cream cones, cookies and chocolate, hamburgers and pizzas, barbeque and beer, fried chicken and the sandwich, the foods we eat have become emblems of America itself. They’re fast, fun and a little funky. They’re mass produced and custom made. And each food has an amazing story to tell.moreless
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    Barbarians

    Barbarians

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    Who were the warriors who battled the Romans and spread terror throughout Europe? Watch as The History Channel tells the gripping story of some of the most brutal men in history: the Vikings, the Goths, the Mongols, and the Huns.moreless
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    The Works

    The Works

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    The Works is a History Channel show hosted by Daniel H. Wilson, a Carnegie educated robotics engineer and American writer. The program reveals the unseen secrets and history of everyday life using real scientific experiments and interviews with experts. Each episode focuses on uncovering the complex systems behind commonplace things, tracing a path from where it has come to where it is today and where it can go in the future. Topics range from common garbage, beer, sneakers or tattoo removal to armored plating and robots. The Works takes the viewer from a basic understanding of a product or service to a fascinating level of behind the scenes knowledge. The viewers become privy to industry trade secrets and interesting historical facts, often presented by top representatives of each perspective field. Scientific, historical and social significance are given equal weight. The Works shows audiences a broad, vibrant and surprising picture of everyday objects and industries.moreless
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    How the Earth Was Made

    How the Earth Was Made

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    Let the History Channel show you how the Earth came into being in this powerful series. Filmmakers travel the globe to uncover the geological processes that have shaped our planet and witness some pretty amazing stuff in the process.moreless
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    Mega Disasters

    Mega Disasters

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    Using past natural disasters as an example, this series explores what would happen should a major catastrophe strike the United States. From tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions to hurricanes and even an astroid impact, see what disasters could be coming our way. It's happened before; it will happen again.moreless
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    The States

    The States

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    Discover the unique history of five American states in each episode of this sharp new series from the History Channel. Famous legends, obscure facts, locals and celebrities and the rich history of each state will be explored in this 10 part series. Using state of the art computer imaging and 3D maps, go on a never before seen tour of each state in the union.moreless
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    Lunar Landing

    Lunar Landing

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    Lunar Landing documentary on The History Channel.
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    D-Day: The Total Story

    D-Day: The Total Story

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    D-Day: The Total Story is The History Channel's three-part documentary on the invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord, or as it is better known, D-Day. The History Channel dives into the story of the largest amphibious invasion in history, using combat footage, interviews with the soldiers of the invasion, and commentary from historians to tell the story. D-Day had huge decisions and some tragic losses, and this series aims to be the ultimate telling of the story, going back to the initial plans and strategies, all the way to the final breakthrough of troops. We hear the larger strategies of Eisenhower, Montgomery, Marshall and Bradley, and we also see what defense strategies the Germans had to try to block the attack. Narrated by actor Gerald McRaney, the documentary takes an in-depth look at the battle which took the lives of many, showing the heroism and valor of the men who fought in it, getting first-hand accounts from survivors. Watch as the historical battle unfolds on screen on The History Channel's D-Day: The Total Story.moreless
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    JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America

    JFK: 3 Shots That Changed America

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    JFK: 3 Shots that Changed America is a History Channel original two-part, four-hour, compilation of never before seen footage and interviews surrounding the Kennedy assassination. The documentary paints a picture of what it was like in 1963. There was no Internet, 24-7 news broadcasts, and no cell phones. America was a different place entirely. The two-part film starts out with President Kennedy's last speech in Fort Worth, TX. A speech that was just minutes before he sat in the black convertible in route to Dallas. All the footage in the film is comprised of actual on-scene reporting, which adds to the horrific realism of the day. One thing is clear, the news agencies were clearly hard pressed to get the information to the public as quickly as they could. The documentary illustrates why, after November 22, 1963 news stations started keeping cameras ready at all times. Regardless, the History Channel original is an interesting and shocking look into one of America's greatest tragedies.moreless
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    Monsterquest

    Monsterquest

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    Sightings of strange beings happen all over the world, and some become legends. A team of experts armed with the latest in high-tech equipment form to examine the evidence out in the field in the hopes of solving these as-yet unexplained mysteries.moreless
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