The date is July 24, 1917. The place is Paris, France and You Are There. Walter Cronkite and his staff bring you the story of Mata Hari's trial on the charge of spying for the Germans during World War I.
The date is December 25, 1776. The place is the Delaware River and You Are There. On this cold Christmas Day General George Washington crosses the Delaware River in an attempt to take the city of Trenton, New Jersey.
The date is April 28, 1789 and You Are There. Captain Bligh has a very harsh hand disciplining his crew. Mister Christian and the rest of the crew have had enough of Captain Bligh and mutiny. Interviews include Captain Bligh, Fletcher Christian and Peter Haywood.
While working at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. William Morton claims to have invented a form of anesthesia. Walter Cronkite takes you back to Boston on October 16, 1846 to see it all happen.
The year is 1597. The place is England and You Are There. Walter Cronkite and his staff of reporters get the scoop on the first performance of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare with Queen Elizabeth I and her court as his audience.
The date is January 10, 1901. The place is Beaumont, Texas and You Are There. Spindletop is a dry field in south Beaumont, Texas and itâ€™s also the site of the first major oil strike in the state of Texas.
In July of 1925 high school teacher John T. Scopes was put on trial in Dayton, Tennessee for teaching Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. Walter Cronkite brings you the story of the "Scopes Monkey Trial" right from the courtroom.
August 14, 1945 - September 2, 1945. Walter Cronkite talks with Admiral William Halsey on the deck of the USS Missouri and then he is in the White House press room to get an in-depth interviews and reactions to the end of World War 2.
Walter Cronkite takes you back to that September 1, 1939 to the invasion of Poland and the start of the Second World War in Europe. Interviews include Marshal Smigly-Rudz, Baron Von Weizsaker and Sir Joseph Addison.
The date is December 17, 1801 and You Are There. Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr battle it out for the job of President of the United States. This episode also highlights the Eleventh Amendment to the US Constitution.
The date is January 24, 1848. The place is the American River in California and You Are There. Walter Cronkite and his staff interview James W Marshall and John Sutter the founders that started the California Gold Rush.
The date is February 2, 1870. The place is Cardiff, New York and You Are There. William Newell reports that he has found the oldest human fossil remains but reporters and scientists have a feeling that the bones found are fakes.
The date is April 22, 1889. The place is what's soon to be Oklahoma and You Are There. Walter Cronkite and his staff interviews some of the 20,000 plus US citizens and a representing the Indian Tribes is the Chief of the Cherokee Tribe.
The date October 21, 1805. The place is the HMS Victory off the coast of Spain and You Are There. Walter Cronkite and his staff talk with Admiral Lord Nelson and French Admiral Pierre Villeneuve just before the battle.
Witness the trial of John Peter Zenger. The trial started in late 1734 and a verdict was given on August 5, 1735 in New York City and You Are There. Walter Cronkite gets an interview with Zengar after the trial.
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