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    The Last Days Of WWII

    The Last Days Of WWII

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    The Last Days of WWII is a twenty-six part historical documentary produced by the History Channel that reveals the horrific and unreal carnage during the integral months of the European front in World War II, utilizing first-hand footage and commentary from historical experts as they discuss the decisions, battles, strategies, and ultimate legacies of the war. Each episode of the series takes a week leading up to the end of the war as the Allied forces push through the German defenses and celebrate their victory, beginning with the initial assault on Berlin by the Soviet Union’s Red Army and Hitler’s sealed bunker and ending with the ultimate surrender by the Japanese government after Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Last Days of WWII takes a deeper look at the aftermath of the Nazi threat as the Big 3 nations begin to restructure the continent while the war-devastated people start to take back their lives and the guilty were put on trial at Nuremberg.moreless
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    Voices of Civil Rights

    Voices of Civil Rights

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    A time of compassion and heroism countered by hate and violence, it took the courage of individuals like Rosa Parks, Medgar Evers and Martin Luther King Jr. to lead a nation toward its rightful destiny. Fueled the inequalities born out of centuries of racial injustice, countless others joined the cause - their stories and perspectives on those trying times are detailed in this collection from History. From sit-ins and Freedom Riders to a nation shocked by Bloody Sunday, Voices of Civil Rights captures the epic sweep and scope of the movement which transformed the nation and includes: "Save Our History: Voices of Civil Rights," a collection of personal narratives created by a group of journalists, photographers, and videographers as they embarked on a bus drip around the country to create the largest archive of oral histories of the civil rights movement; "Crossing the Bridge," filled with stunning footage and memories of activists who lived through an unprovoked attack on civil rights protestors crossing the Edmund Pettis Bridge into Montgomery, Alabama on March 7, 1965; and "Mississippi State Secrets," the truth behind the Missippi State Sovereighty Commission, an organization created by the Mississippi state legislature to preserve segregation.moreless
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    Civil War Journal

    Civil War Journal

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    Civil War Journals is The History Channel's series that chronicles the happenings of the American Civil War through the memoirs of those who took place in it. Hosted by actor Danny Glover, the show uses historical memoirs to examine the prelude to the war, and the bloody months that followed. The series follows from John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, the opening shots at Fort Sumter, through the first major battle at Bull Run and beyond. Using diaries, photographs, historical accounts, and reenactments, the show aims to get a private and intimate look at some of the aspects of the bloody conflict, from individual personalities to larger battles. With stories covering Stonewall Jackson, the battle at Fort Sumter, John Singleton, war photographer Alexander Gardner and more, the show takes a varied look at the war. Join in and watch the historic battle unfold on The History Channel's Civil War Journals.moreless
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    Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed

    Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed

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    Famous TV personalities talk about their first experiences watching Star Wars. The first movie of the popular series caught the attention of many with the opening line "A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away".moreless
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    Serial Killer Earth

    Serial Killer Earth

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    Learn about the natural disasters that keep destroying the Earth.
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    That's Impossible

    That's Impossible

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    This show exhibits scientists finding out what is needed to turn seemingly impossible science fiction concepts into reality.
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    Breaking Vegas: Prince of Poker

    Breaking Vegas: Prince of Poker

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    While telling the story of how one individual, a journalist, beat 500 to 1 odds to win the World Series of Poker, this program also reveals some of the greatest gambling schemes, both legal and illegal, in history. On assignment in Las Vegas for Harper's, Jim McManus used his writer's fee to enter the match he was covering and wound up beating all 500 players to walk away with $1.5 million in cash. But in Vegas, McManus is the exception.moreless
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    Cryptid: The Swamp Beast

    Cryptid: The Swamp Beast

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    Surviving History

    Surviving History

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    World history is full of brutality, and this History Channel series fills you in on all the gory details. Skilled craftsmen from The Scarefactory in Columbus, Ohio rebuild some of history's most tortuous and murderous devices to really make the past live again.moreless
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    Madhouse

    Madhouse

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    This show captures the rivalries that go on at Bowman Gray Stadium, a North Carolina NASCAR track where local families have been racing and fighting for 61 years.
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    Evolve

    Evolve

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    The History Channel takes a long hard look into physical features of animals and humans such as eyes, jaws, and guts. Science tracks how these features came about in response to environmental demands in a fascinating fashion.moreless
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    Full Metal Jousting

    Full Metal Jousting

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    A group of fighters recreate full-contact jousting. They replace the medieval armor with the best gear available.
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    Mounted in Alaska

    Mounted in Alaska

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    Taxidermist Russell Knight, owner of Knight's Taxidermy, a family-operated shop that is known for their great work, works with clients to preserve some of the best wildlife and natural history of Alaska.moreless
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    Mudcats

    Mudcats

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    Follow a group of individuals known as "mudcatters", people who chose to hand-fish rather than use a pole, as they compete to be known as the best mudcatter in Oklahoma.
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    Mankind: The Story of All of Us

    Mankind: The Story of All of Us

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    Mankind the Story of All of Us is a History channel mini-series that takes us back to the beginning of humanity to learn about how mankind and civilization came to be.moreless
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    Hero Ships

    Hero Ships

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    Warships and their crews that sailed the seas were the power of the seas and the force behind our military might during both World Wars. Hero Ships visits some of these gallant warships, now floating museums that are a testament to those who served aboard them.moreless
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    Clash of the Gods

    Clash of the Gods

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    This documentary series covers many of the great ancient Gods including Hades, Hercules, Medusa, Minotaur, Thor and Zeus.
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    Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey

    Lock N' Load with R. Lee Ermey

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    This show follows R. Lee Ermey as he demonstrates some of the greatest weapons to ever touch the battlefield. Learn how each weapon works and the history behind it in this hour long program.moreless
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    Battle 360

    Battle 360

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    The USS Enterprise has seen some of the fiercest battles over the past decade as the air craft carrier deployed in hostile seas. Through state of the art special effects and computer graphics you'll be able to see first hand some of the battle situations that the famed carrier has been through and the three hundred and sixty degree coordination between air and sea.moreless
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    Jurassic Fight Club

    Jurassic Fight Club

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    The History Channel imagines prehistoric life in this entertainment series about dinosaur battles. Computer-generated dinosaurs engage in conflicts choreographed using paleontological evidence from 70-million-year-old crime scenes.
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