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Alexander The Great

Alexander The Great the shining light of Ancient Greece, the prince from remote Macedonia would become the greatest conquer of all time. No one would have thought that someone would have tried to conquer the whole world, yet alone almost succeed. He was the first European to establish an Empire, an Empire which stretched from the Mediterranean to the end of the known world. Fame on the battlefi

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The Lost Tomb Of Jesus

The most famous death in history is the death of Jesus of Nazareth. 2,000 years ago in first century Jerusalem he was crucified by the Romans, the Gospels tell us he was buried in a tomb and two days later Marry Magdalene one of his closest disciples found the tomb empty. But according the Gospel of Mathew there was another story circulating after Jesus's death and though gospel calls it a lie

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Lost Civilisation: Göbekli Tepe

An ancient temple is discovered in the Middle East, it's thousands of years older than the Egyptian pyramids and it even dates long before the earliest civilisations like the Mesopotamians, the Minoan and the Mayan. It was built when mankind was still in the Stone Age but who built this temple and why? To solve the mystery, one mantravels back 12,000 years to the end of the last ice age, long b

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Jefferson

Of all the founding fathers Thomas Jefferson is the most complex and enigmatic, he is a man with an ever changing portrait one which is full of contradictions, he's a champion if individual liberty who owned slaves all his life, a fiscal conservative who lives deeply in debt, an agrarian idealist who thrives in big cities, a master politician who dislikes confrontation and fears government power e

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The Mysterious Vikings: Who Were They?

1,200 years ago the Vikings exploded out of the cold North Sea, like beasts unleashed on an unsuspecting world. They came from the land of fjords, a land which proved hard to farm and was home to many bitter clan rivalries, modern day Scandinavia. They left behind legends of their violence and courage, sagas of exploration and conquest along with treasures buried in their Scandinavian homelands

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Lost World Of Pompeii

Lost World Of Pompeii

Pompeii, buried by an eruption from Mount Vesuvius back in 79 AD is a city which was frozen in time providing us with a shocking window into the lost world of the Romans but that window may close before all of her secrets are revealed as the city of Pompeii comes under treat from all sides. Today the greatest mystery may be that same force to destroy Pompeii the first time might now be rumbling

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The Fallen of World War II

Okay so this one is not so much your typical documentary but instead a really interesting short piece by Neil Halloran. It is an animated data-driven short film which is all about war and peace. The Fallen of World War II is a near 19 minute examination of the human cost of the second World War, comparing the numbers lost in this war to other such conflicts, including recent ones. This unique v

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The Fall of Milosevic

The Fall of Milosevic

Slobodan Milošević, former president of Yugoslavia and Serbia was the first head of state to be tried by an international court for war crimes and genocide. Milosevic had driven whole communities from their homelands to make way for their fellow Serbs, his forces had murdered thousands of civilians and the wars he provoked launched the term 'Ethnic Cleansing' and they tore Yugoslavia apart. Fir

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The Colony: Chile’s Dark Past Uncovered

Deep in the foothills of a marvellous mountain range set in a beautiful landscape of low forested hills and fast flowing rivers is a small community of Germans who have lived there for the last 50 years. But this place is not Germany or even Europe and those mountains are not the Alps but instead the Andes in central Chile, today this place is known as Villa Baviera but most people still call it b

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