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    Patton 360

    Patton 360

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    The History Channel (ended 2009)
    By combining 50-year-old newsreel footage, interviews with soldiers and state-of-the-art computer game animation, the History Channel brings the legendary General George S. Patton, Jr. to life, exploring his military leadership in both the African and European theaters of World War II.moreless
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    Marked

    Marked

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    This show looks into the history of tattoos and the reasons people are getting them today.
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    Vietnam in HD

    Vietnam in HD

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    The History Channel (Mini-Series 2011)
    History Channel will give viewers at a crystal clear and unbiased look at one of the world's most gruesome conflicts ever, the Vietnam War. Michael C. Hall narrates the mini-series.
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    Egypt: Beyond The Pyramids

    Egypt: Beyond The Pyramids

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    Over 5,000 years ago, an empire arose on the banks of the Nile. Today, many of its secrets remain sheltered beneath the desert sands. Led by the archaeologists who are uncovering its long-lost temples, tombs, and treasures, Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids examines recent discoveries that have altered our understanding of the Kingdom of the Nile. Kent Weeks reveals how he solved an ancient mystery while excavating KV5, the massive tomb built by the Ramses the Second for his family. A visit to the Valley of the Golden Mummies sheds new light on Egyptian funerary and burial practices. And Donald Redford explains what the skeleton of Mendes tell us about the lives of ordinary Egyptians. With exclusive footage of major sites and artifacts, including the Abydos Boat Graves and the Deir El Bahari temple, Egypt: Beyond the Pyramids is an all-access, up-to-the-minute look at the ancient structures that have confounded and captivated us for thousands of years, and the recent findings that are rewriting history.moreless
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    Houdini

    Houdini

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    The History Channel (ended 2014)
    Houdini is a 4-hour mini-series that details the life and times of the man born Erich Weiss, who took the name Harry Houdini and became the greatest escape artist of the early 20th century. Houdini would stop at nothing to test the boundaries of life and death, performing daring escapes. However, his greatest challenge was his personal life, where he was driven by demons that led him to conquer any challenge before him. When his beloved mother dies, Houdini sets out on a quest to expose the spiritualists who profited from the grief of those who had lost loved ones... a quest that costs him his life.moreless
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    Warriors

    Warriors

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    Warriors is a historical documentary television series from The History Channel in which it explores the most famous warriors of all cultures and backgrounds ever to do battle. Terry Schappert, a Green Baret and 17-year of the US Special Forces, delves deep into the mindset, weaponry, tactics, and training of these elite and mysterious warriors to determine exactly what it took to dominate their opponents. Vikings, Spartans, Barbarians, Samurai, Special Forces--including their rituals, technology, and strategy are all explored. Each episode reenacts their most famous and climactic battles to assess each warriors strengths, weaknesses, leadership, and intelligence. To do this properly, Terry becomes fully immersed in each warrior culture by partaking in pre-battle rituals, initiations, and learning their intricate battle tactics. Warriors allows you to walk in the footsteps of history's greatest field generals, which at times is scary and gut-wrenching but a necessary journey to discover the heart of a warrior.moreless
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    Sons of Liberty

    Sons of Liberty

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    Mountain Men

    Mountain Men

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    Eustace Conway, Tom Oar and Marty Meierotto are three men who have devoted their lives to living in the wild. Watch as they struggle against mudslides, crazy weather and wild animals in the new History Channel series Mountain Men.moreless
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    The Naked Underground

    The Naked Underground

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    The Naked Underground is a documentary TV and web series developed by the History Channel that offers a chance to take a peek underneath the prevailing figures and ideas most people learn about different cultures in the world. Don Wildman, host of Naked Underground’s parent show, “Cities of the Underworld”, investigates and learns about the not-so known facts of topics such as the often forgotten Japanese female Samurais, the shrieking cries of the Celtic Banshees, and the first capital of the United States – New York. The Naked Underground deals with historical fact – the Westminster Burial Ground, which had been the most popular place to get a corpse for a few bucks – to the urban legends – the Founding Father’s Death Wish, which is a myth about how all 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence died shortly after their John Hancock graced the pages. These short little journeys into the underbellies of the cultural underground often an amusing and captivating look at some of those lesser-known facts.moreless
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    Shockwave

    Shockwave

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    This series takes you back to some of the most catastrophic events in history. These are videos captured live by surveillance cameras, cell phones and anyone with a camera who happened to be at right place at the wrong time.moreless
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    IRT: Deadliest Roads

    IRT: Deadliest Roads

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    The History Channel (ended 2010)
    Fans of Ice Road Truckers take note of this History Channel offering. Ride along side of these brave drivers as they tackle some the most dangerous roads on earth in brutal weather conditions.moreless
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    Haunted History

    Haunted History

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    History Channel presents its viewers with another documentary series. In this series, we visit various hot spots throughout the United States and Europe where ghost stories keep the believers believing and the tourists investigating.moreless
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    Weird U.S.

    Weird U.S.

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    Weird U.S. explores strange and weird stories from the history of the United States. Mark Moran and Mark Sceurman, authors of the book Weird U.S., are the hosts of this series, and travel across America discovering myths, legends, and folklore. They search for the truth behind the stories, and show that, in their words, "History is full of weirdos."moreless
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    Lost Worlds

    Lost Worlds

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    Teaming with archaeologists and using cutting edge visual technology, Lost Worlds brings back to life lost civilizations and cultures. Join us on the quest to rebuild what was lost and is now found. From ancient Egypt, early Athens, Atlantis and even the Knight's Templar, Lost Worlds travels the world.moreless
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    Shootout!

    Shootout!

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    Shootout takes an in depth look at some of the most famous shootouts in history from both perspectives of the fight. The amount of time, strategies, firepower and leadership behind each shootout will be explored in the fullest using 3-D animation technology.moreless
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    History's Mysteries

    History's Mysteries

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    History's Mysteries explores stories, events and legends that have intrigued us for generations and started debate in countless time periods. No subject is left untouched in this shows quest for answers.moreless
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    Tougher in Alaska

    Tougher in Alaska

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    Severe weather shapes life in this northern state in ways that non-residents can hardly imagine. This History Channel series spotlights the past and present of Alaska's people and how they have learned to survive and thrive in this area of vast distances, rugged terrain, and extreme weather.moreless
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    The Dark Ages

    The Dark Ages

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    The History Channel takes a look at the 600-year span between the fall of the Roman Empire and the First Crusade. Life in the Dark Ages was very tough and people had to endure plagues, famine, and bloodshed. The darkness of the times was punctuated by light in the form of men and women who pushed forward with arts and technology. The History Channel explores this amazing period in history and how it shaped our modern world.moreless
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    WWII in HD

    WWII in HD

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    This 10-part docudrama will be narrated by Gary Sinise and will feature interviews and archival footage that been updated using HD. It will also feature Ron Livingston, LL Cool J, Josh Lucas, Amy Smart, Justin Bartha, Jason Ritter and 6 others who will voice war stories throughout the series.moreless
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    Engineering An Empire

    Engineering An Empire

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    In an era long passed, mighty empires were forged from nothing and rose to the heights of power. Join host Peter Weller, an actor and a professor at Syracuse University as he travels the world to show the engineering feats that gave rise to some of the greatest civilizations known to man. From Rome to the Pharaohs' Egypt, from Greece to Carthage, from the Aztecs to the Maya and more, this new program from the History Channel uses computer graphics to explore the architectural, political and cultural glory of the world's greatest empires.moreless
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