Explore Hitler’s mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When The Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination attempt, his lust for vengeance triggers an unequaled reign of terror.
With our greatest Presidents, we have to differentiate between the man and the legend. On the next episode of America: Facts vs Fiction learn FDR may have never had polio and Abraham Lincoln and JFK don’t have all that much in common.
July 1861. In what will be the first real battle of the Civil War, untested and poorly trained Rebel and Confederate troops clash on the blood soaked banks of the Bull Run River. Thousands will be killed and wounded and a shock.
Dec. 1862: Following the strategic Union win at Antietam, Federal forces clash with a massive Rebel army in the town of Fredericksburg, Virginia. In what will become the largest fight of the Civil War.
July 1863: An elite band of Yankee Sharpshooters must stop Robert E. Lee’s Alabamian shock troops from flanking the Union line and winning the battle of Gettysburg and perhaps the entire Civil War.
HITLER chronicles the dictator’s rise and fall, using unseen archive and drawing on the latest research by a new generation of Hitler experts to bring the story of the 20th century’s most terrifying dictator to life.
Truth is revealed of the Allied ‘monument men’ discovery in 1945 of rotting corpses of Germanic heroes. What are they doing in a Salt Mine 18,000 feet down? It leads us on an adventure that exposes a world of magic, high priests and secret castles.
Capturing bin Laden tracks the rise and fall of Osama bin Laden – a man who spent the decade following the September 11 attacks at the top of America’s most wanted list.
America: Fact vs Fiction is a wake-up call about the surprising hidden facts behind the most familiar and beloved stories from our nation's and military's past, filling in the blanks, debunking occasional myths, and exploring why we sometimes get our own history slightly wrong.
Against the Odds showcases awe-inspiring stories of bravery, solidarity and strength on the battlefield. It's the real-life "Band of Brothers" as they come together to prove they can't be beat, doing whatever it takes to overcome the cards stacked against them.
9/11: As We Watched recounts the story of that day through the unflinching eye of ABC News, as the network’s anchors and reporters rushed to the scenes of chaos – and embarked on what would become an extraordinary 83 hours of live coverage.
Mafia's Most Wanted is the story of the rise and fall of the Mafia, told by the people who brought it down.
Blood Feuds uncovers fascinating pieces of hidden history as America's most iconic feuds are brought to life using dramatic recreations, expert interviews, and heart-pumping storytelling.
Veterans who fought and lived to tell their harrowing tales share incredible recollections of life in the war zones and take viewers on an emotional journey as describe gripping details of patriotism, brotherhood and heroism.
Codes and Conspiracies explores the unknown, hidden history behind the world's most iconic places and secret organizations. Uncover the hidden side of America by discovering the startling secrets of the most clandestine institutions, top-secret locations, and mysterious symbols.
Forbidden History tells true stories about great treasures, long-held conspiracies theories, ancient relics and lost civilizations. It gets to the very heart of what we think we know; it scrutinizes and considers, investigates and analyses.
Following WWII the world faces annihilation again. Decades of tension fueled by a nuclear arms race between global super powers, determined to reshape the world in their own image. Cold War: Armageddon brings the conflict dramatically back to life.
The attack at Pearl Harbor changed the course of history shaped how America would engage with war for the next 75 years and made heroes of ordinary men. Brave men showed immense courage in the face of grave danger and made their countrymen proud.
Born in a small village in Austria on April 20, 1889, Hitler commits suicide in his Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945. No one would predict Hitler will become dictator of Germany -- the Führer.
Learn more about the history of the Final Solution phase of the Nazi Holocaust, particularly with the most infamous of the death camps.
Ferocious drive, innovation and often recklessness took these visionaries to the top of the rich-and-powerful list and ultimately made America the mightiest nation. These titans of industry were not always philanthropic, often driven by greed, jealousy and revenge.