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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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    Life After People: The Series

    Life After People: The Series

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    Life After People: The Series is a speculative documentary TV series developed by the History Channel as a what-if look on what would happen to Earth if humanity no longer existed, including the affect its disappearance would have on not only the environment, the human-made inventions, and any of the human-affected areas of the world. While the cause of humanity’s disappearance is never stated, the series picks up immediately after the departure, showing the slow degradation of manmade constructions like office buildings and bridges and the eventually progression of nature, including the outspread of flora and fauna and the evolution of natural predators, from a day to centuries after the initial loss. Scientists, anthropologists, and other experts give their opinions on what would happen to a number of factors, including deadly viruses, formerly human-controlled populations of animals, buildings and bridges, and machines of war, with each passing year. Each episode also explores sites from around the World that had been abandoned for one reason or another, like the nuclear devastation of Chernobyl, a 900-year-old vacant Cambodian temple, and a geologically instable Italian town of Balestrino. Life After People is an interesting exploration of humanity’s effect on the planet and Earth’s ultimate evolution after we are gone.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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    The World Wars

    The World Wars

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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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    Nostradamus Effect

    Nostradamus Effect

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    This show looks into the prophecies of the French apothecary, Michel Nostradamus, that date backs to the 1500's. Although his predictions could be considered dated, many of them have occurred and are applicable today.moreless
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    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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    Wild West Tech

    Wild West Tech

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    This show explores the cutting edge of new technologies that were used in the development of the 19th Century American frontier known as the Wild West.
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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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    Texas Rising

    Texas Rising

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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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    Food Tech

    Food Tech

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    Bobby Bognar hosts "Food Tech" where he looks for the origins of food and how they are produced.
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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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    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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    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
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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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    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.
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