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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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    U.S. Presidential Elections

    U.S. Presidential Elections

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    U.S. Presidential Elections is a series of video presentations that explore the ins and outs of electing a President in the United States. Topics range from how the electorial college works to real inaugural addresses presented by some of our greatest presidents. Viewers can realize how the electorial college votes come in to play versus the population votes, by viewing the closely called and recent election of George W. Bush who defeated Al Gore. View commentary by Timothy Dickson, who shares his slant on the historic campaign debates of John F. Kennedy versus Richard Nixon. You can also test your knowledge of American history and government by viewing an interactive video based on an actual Citizenship Test given by the U.S. government. Check out the 2008 "Obama Makes History" video, to view how persons like Al Sharpton, Brian Williams, and H. W. Brands of the University of Texas felt about the historic election of the first African-American President.moreless
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    Bamazon

    Bamazon

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    Alabama real estate mogul Tim Evans leads eight Alabama construction workers deep into the Amazon jungle. There they hope to strike it rich on gold, but to do so they must fight aggressive animals, malarial mosquitoes and some of the roughest most inaccessible terrain on the planet.moreless
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    I Love The 1880s

    I Love The 1880s

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  • 105
    Hatfields & McCoys

    Hatfields & McCoys

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    Go back to the historical feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys. The Mini-series won 5 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie - Kevin Costner, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie - Tom Berenger, Outstanding Makeup for a Miniseries or a Movie (Non-Prosthetic), Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Miniseries or a Movie - Part 1 and Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries or a Movie - Part 2.moreless
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    The World Wars

    The World Wars

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  • 107
    The Crusades: Crescent & The Cross

    The Crusades: Crescent & The Cross

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    The History Channel takes viewers on a journey back in time for a compelling historical look at the first three Crusades and the battle between the Crescent and the Cross. Newly translated works by Muslim and Christian writers of the era are brought to life in this special.moreless
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    Stan Lee's Superhumans

    Stan Lee's Superhumans

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    Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man goes on a journey to track down people with unusual abilities that are caused by genetic differences.
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    Around the World in 80 Ways

    Around the World in 80 Ways

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    Rob Mariano, better known as Boston Rob from Survivor will co-host with Dennis Anderson, a monster truck producer. They will travel around the world using 80 different kinds of transportation.
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    Conquest

    Conquest

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    Whether it's ancient combat or modern sports, Conquest issues a challenge to host Peter Woodward to conquer a highly unusual array of skills. Woodward's body and mind are repeatedly challenged as he pits himself against the masters of various disciplines, in tests ranging from the medieval tournament to the demolition derby; from weird weapons of the Middle Ages to bull riding and knights in plate armor.moreless
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    The Men Who Killed Kennedy

    The Men Who Killed Kennedy

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    A medical technician who was at the autopsy states categorically that the body he saw was not the one shown in the official photographs. The mortician who buried Lee Harvey Oswald reveals the startling discovery made when the "assassin's" body was exhumed 18 years later. A highly decorated Army officer says he was trained to eliminate key witnesses... 40 years after JFK was shot in Dallas, controversy continues to rage around his assassination. THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY is the most comprehensive examination of the case ever filmed, drawing on exclusive interviews with highly placed government sources and independent investigators. The six original episodes in this series investigates everything from the "Miami Connection" to the possibility that Bobby Kennedy's plan to murder Castro was co-opted and used on his brother! So who did kill President Kennedy on that fateful November day. The Russians, Castro, the Mafia, the Government, the Army, Lee Harvey Oswald, or perhaps a combination of the before mentioned. That's your decision as this documentary examines all the possibilities. No doubt that this tragic event greatly effected the course of American society. Therefore we have a right to know what really happened in Dallas, TX on November 23, 1963. On the 40th anniversay of the assassination, The History Channel aired three additional episodes, one of which caused a large controversary, alledging that former Presdient Lyndon Johnson was involved in the conspiracy.moreless
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    Boneyard

    Boneyard

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    Boneyard gives us an inside look at what happens when anything from passenger cars to B-52 bombers have reached the end of their useful life. Boneyard will show that there is a new life for these products when they are no longer useful.moreless
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    Lost And Found (1999)

    Lost And Found (1999)

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    History's Lost and Found is a series that first aired in 1999. Each episode is divided up into 3 segments and in each segment we learn the history of famous artifacts and pop culture icons. Reruns of the show are still shown to this day.moreless
  • 114
    Brad Meltzer's Decoded

    Brad Meltzer's Decoded

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    Brad Meltzer, a well-known author shows theories based on hidden codes and symbols that we see in our everyday lives.
  • 115
    Deep Sea Detectives

    Deep Sea Detectives

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    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.
  • 116
    Breaking Vegas

    Breaking Vegas

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    Breaking Vegas focuses on famously successful individuals who gambled for profit and their chosen methods of augmenting their odds on games of chance in an attempt to "break Vegas." Various "whales" and their methods from the last few decades are depicted in reenactments that put emphasis on historical accuracy. The individuals in question, their family, their accomplices, journalists and members of law enforcement each provide a different perspective on the events that led to their notoriety. A different method and the corresponding individual or team are investigated in each episode.moreless
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    MysteryQuest

    MysteryQuest

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    This show tries to find the answers behind age old phenomenons and enigmas.
  • 118
    The Haunted History of Halloween

    The Haunted History of Halloween

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    Harry Smith hosts this fascinating documentary about the origins of everyone's favorite pagan holiday, Halloween. It follows Halloween from its roots as a Druidic holiday, called The Festival of Samhain, all the way up until today, when it is known as the "festival of candy," in which teens who are too old to trick or treat threaten to TP your house if you don't fill their candy bags.moreless
  • 119
    Man, Moment, Machine

    Man, Moment, Machine

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    Hosted by former Navy pilot Hunter Ellis, “Man, Moment, Machine” takes a look at how intersecting events between a great leader, advances in technology, and a significant moment in time all contribute to something great: A "man" to dream, a "moment" to plan, a "machine", to benefit mankind. Relive the history-making excitement that made headlines in this exciting, shot-on-location series.moreless
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    Conspiracy

    Conspiracy

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    This show presents theories about historical events which are shrouded in mystery. It contains archival footage, reenactments, and dramitizations which let the viewer draw their own conclusions.
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