Category “War”

Lost Nuke

Examine the mystery of the 1950 crash off the B.C. coast of a U.S. Air Force bomber carrying a nuclear bomb; the Air Force’s official version of events does not fit with the actual location where the crashed plane was...

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Generals At War: The Battle Of The Bulge

1944- Adolf Hitler starts a gigantic offensive in the West. If the Allies cannot contain the German advance, Adolf Hitler could win a victory. This exciting series takes a fresh approach to the great battles of World War Two. Each film tells the story of the head-to-head between two iconic generals. In a dramatic device, a war-time bunker becomes the setting for these epic conflicts. As the generals face off across a the battle map it comes alive in CGI: soldiers march across the table, tanks blast away at each other and planes fly overhead. As the action unfolds, two modern day...

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KONY 2012

KONY 2012 is a film and campaign by Invisible Children that aims to make Joseph Kony famous, not to celebrate him, but to raise support for his arrest and set a precedent for international justice. HOW TO HELP: Join TRI or Donate to Invisible Children: http://bit.ly/yp5Ffv Purchase KONY 2012 products: http://invisiblechildrenstore.myshopify.com/ Sign the Pledge: http://www.causes.com/causes/227-invisible-children DIRECTOR: Jason Russell LEAD EDITOR: Kathryn Lang EDITORS: Kevin Trout, Jay Salbert, Jesse Eslinger LEAD ANIMATOR: Chad Clendinen ANIMATOR: Jesse Eslinger 3-D MODELING:...

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The 9/11 Decade

Immediately after 9/11, the US announced that the gloves were coming off in the fight against al-Qaeda. In the first of three films on the aftermath of 9/11, we examine the highs and lows of the intelligence war. A PR stunt which killed thousands and launched a propaganda war that has, so far, lasted a decade. Since 9/11, how far has the US and al-Qaeda been prepared to go to win hearts and minds with elaborate media strategies? A look behind the headline news of airstrikes and suicide bombings at the post-9/11 war for hearts and...

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School Boys to Soldiers

A short Documentary, following an 18 year old Soldier: Charlie Morris - Cook. As he is home for Christmas with his family before he gets deployed to Afghanistan for the first...

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Stalin and The Betrayal of Leningrad

The 900-day siege of Leningrad created heroes as well as victims, and gave the city a taste for independence. Dr John Barber relives the city’s struggle, and explains why Stalin felt so threatened by the former capital that he purged 2,000 of its inhabitants. Stalin was always suspicious of Russia’s former capital. Its huge cultural, scientific and economic importance, its historical role as the cradle of the 1917 Revolution, its pre-eminent position in the history of the Russian intelligentsia – all produced a dangerous spirit of independence when viewed from the...

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Top Ten Tanks

Over the past century, dozens of tanks have been designed and built to blast their way across the battlefield. These are the best of the best. They are the top ten tanks of all...

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100 Years of Silence

One hundred years ago, the Herero people of Namibia were nearly exterminated by German colonial soldiers in what has become known as the first genocide of the 20th century. In the colonial period, the Herero men, women and children of Namibia were rounded up like cattle and put into Germany’s first ever concentration camps. Four years later, three-quarters of the entire Herero nation had perished at the hands of German colonialists. The Nazis used the experiences from the German Konzentration Camps in Namibia plus their experiences with racial science during the Second World...

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Hi-Tech Hitler

This is the true story of the scientific feats and failures of Hitler’s Nazi Germany. Germany is portrayed as a nation leading the world in science and technology prior to World War Two. But it squandered this wealth of knowledge, which should have enabled it to win the war, because the high command was selective about those advances they would favor. Examples are provided of technologies that languished under Nazism but exploded into new industries when they reached other countries after the...

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