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The Lost Legions of Varus

For 2,000 years Europe has been divided by war, each passing century marked with the blood of endless conflict, sometimes religious, always political and never resolved, finally this never ending conflict exploded engulfing the world. It seems absurd that nearly all this bloodshed can be traced back to a single battle, but it can. A battle that few Europeans remember but no Roman was allowed to fo

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We Shall Not Die Now

We Shall Not Die Now is a new feature length documentary film which chronicles the horrors of the Holocaust which saw over six million Jews and millions of others systematically murdered by the Nazi regime between 1939 and 1945.It is now 75 years since World War II came to a conclusion and in this film we not only explore the horrific human tragedy that occurred but what we can potentially lea

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The Syphilis Enigma

When Christopher Columbus crossed the Atlantic in 1492, he carried with him diseases which all but wiped out the Native Indian population. Their revenge according to history was to send back to Europe the scourge of syphilis, because in 1495 this new disease hit Europe with devastating affect, attacking those who were promiscuous in nature.What is Syphilis and where did it come from? As mentio

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After Hitler

There are many documentary films which cover the ins and the outs of the Second World War conflict years i.e. between 1939 and 1945, quite a few of these even go as far as detailing the lead up to the war but there isn't much on what happened directly after the war, until now that is.After Hitler reveals how Europe was in ruins after the war, people had hoped for lasting peace but instead f

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Who was Karl Marx?

2018 marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, a German philosopher and Communist icon. After 200 years though is Marx still relevant? It would seem his name is back on everyone's lips with his writings inspiring portions Europe and China. But how should we approach this new interest in a man who's legacy not only changed the world but divided it too.Not everyone shares the same

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Jericho: The Oldest City on Earth?

Six thousand years before the present the colossal city of Uruk by far the largest in the worlds dominated the southern Mesopotamian plains of modern day Iraq. With a population of at least 50,000 people Uruk wouldn't be surpassed in size or in numbers for an astonishing 3,000 years to come. Until well into the Classical Age the legendary homeland of Gilgamesh was surrounded by a colossal mud bric

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Lost Worlds: Persia’s Forgotten Empire

Lying in the middle of a plane in the middle of modern day Iran is a forgotten ancient city, Persepolis. Built two and a half thousand years ago it was known in its day as the richest city under the Sun. Persepolis was the capital of the largest empire the world had ever seen but for over two thousand years after its destruction, it was largely ignored.The life and achievements of the Persians

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Hitler’s Book “Mein Kampf” And Its Secrets

April 1945, the Second World War in Europe was drawing to an end in Berlin, Germany's defeat was inevitable and the fighting was exceptionally fierce. The world was beginning to grasp the unprecedented scale of the conflict, more than 50 million people lost their lives and no war had every claimed so many casualties, military and civilian.When soldiers of the victorious Allied forces discovere

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Long Road Back to Kentucky: The 1862 Confederate Invasion

In this Silver Telly Award Winning special we see author Kent Masterson Brown explore some of the crucial events of the Civil War, a war that saw America locked in conflict, pitting brothers, neighbours and even states against each other. A fact which makes the study of this war all the more fascinating.To understand the pivotal role that Kentucky played in this great conflict this film takes

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