Category “War”

Mein Kampf: The Story of Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler wrote Mein Kampf (My Struggle), a book filled with hatred, it's last passage is this fanatical cry "A state that refuses racial contamination will inevitably dominate the world". This History Channel film explores Adolf Hiter who was born on April the 20th 1889 and who committed suicide on April the 30th 1945 asking questions such as how did this Austrian who seemed to come out of nowhere succeed in conquering Germany? and how did he manage to sow the seeds of such hatred and...

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D-Day’s Sunken Secrets

Off the coast of France an international team is exploring a hidden battlefield, looking for the secrets of how the greatest naval mission in history unfolded. Buried here is a treasure trove of ships, tanks and potentially unexploded mines, these are the wrecks of D-Day. June 6th 1944, for years Hitler had devastated Europe killing millions and now is the time for the allies to make their move but the odds were against them. Three years in the making this was the most epic struggle of the 2oth...

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The Falklands War: The Empire Strikes Back

This is the untold story of the most daring bombing raid since the Dam Busters, the RAF's opening attack of the Falklands war, which was designed to strike fear and terror into the hearts of the Argentinians. It was a secret but very British mission, the crew involved had never seen action before and all they have is an aging British bomber. In an effort to prepare themselves they learned techniques not used since World War II. It will become the longest bombing raid in history if they...

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The Rise of ISIS

As the United States with a coalition of other countries wage a new war on terror FRONTLINE investigates how ISIS gained such a dangerous stronghold. From the ashes of Al Qaeda correspondent Martin Smith uncovers the early warnings, the missteps and the ancient tribal hatreds that fueled the rise of...

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Inside the Taliban

In just a few months most American, British and other Nato forces will have left Afghanistan after 13 years of bitter conflict. Kabul today is nervous place with frequent attacks taking place all around the capital, the attacks themselves are launched from the surrounding countryside. In this film, BBC's Panorama have gained unique access inside a Taliban stronghold just over an hours drive from Kabul, they are witness to a hidden and dangerous world where the Taliban's control over people is...

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Rwanda’s Untold Story

Rwanda is a country dominated by its dark history, the senseless barbarity of the genocide still shocks us even to this day. We think we know the story but do we? Rwanda is ruled by president Kagame, regarded by many as the saviour of his country but what kind of man is Paul Kagame? He is a man with powerful friends. Twenty years on from the genocide what is the truth about Rwanda? This BBC film set about investigating evidence of Kagame's role in the shooting down of the presidential plan that resulted in provoking the 1994 killings and also questions his claims of having ended the...

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Korean War

Korea in 1950 under American leadership, was the first time the United Nations went to war. It was only five years since World War II ended and what began as a conflict between regimes of the North and South quickly turned into a confrontation between East and West, threatening to escalate into a third world war. The Allied forces became embroiled in a war unlike any they had known yet for the Americas it served as a military rehearsal for one they would come to know only too well in Vietnam. This was a war of sharp contrasts like the harsh Korean terrain itself, ranging from freezing...

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Hitler’s Right Hand Man: Hermann Göring

Hermann Göring was Hitlers right hand man who after World War II was convicted in the Nuremberg trials of war crimes and crimes against humanity. He was sentenced to death by hanging but before this sentence was carried out he chose to take his own life by ingesting cyanide the night before his execution was meant to take place. This film sets to tell his...

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The Battle for Aleppo

For two long years the city of Aleppo has been the bloodiest battleground of the Syrian civil war before this Aleppo was the largest city found in Syria and the primary hub for the countries commercial and industrial trading. Now however, the city is in ruins and over 70 percent of the cities population have fled, those who stayed behind now live under siege as any rebel held areas are continuously being bombarded by artillery. In this film jihadist fighters took Vice to the frontline on the edge of the city in order to get first hand experience of the current...

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