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Who Came Before The Romans? | The Etruscans

Who was it that came before the Romans? About 3,000 years ago a mysterious people flourished in ancient Italy, they were rich, eloquent, s...

Pompeii with Michael Buerk

Pompeii is arguably the most famous historical site on Earth, at its height 2,000 years ago it was an important gateway servicing Rome, th...

Plutocracy V: Subterranean Fire

The documentary charts the establishment of the labor unions in America as a response to the accumulation of wealth by capitalists and the...

Plutocracy IV: Gangsters for Capitalism

September 16th, 1920. New York City. In the heart of the financial district a horse-drawn wagon pulls up outside the offices of JP Morgan ...

Plutocracy III: Class War

The early struggles of the working class are placed under a microscope in Plutocracy III: Class War, the latest chapter in an exceptionall...

The Story of Fascism in Europe

Consider yourself lucky if you have heard the term fascism before. It means that you probably studied or read about it enough to know that...

Iran and America Through History

The long-standing estrangement between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran has been raging since the 1979 Iranian revolutio...

After Rome: The War for Britain

Britain was once part of the Roman Empire from about 50AD to the mid 4th century. By the time the Visogoths sacked Rome towards the end of...

Story of Vlad the Impaler

Dracula is one of the most famous novels globally, influencing global pop culture and spawning horror movies, TV shows, graphic novels and...

Thomas Cochrane: Craziest Sea Captain in History

Great Britain has a long and fantastic naval heritage. From the 16th to the 19th centuries, they were masters of the open sea. They were c...

Amend: The Fight for America

The United States of America is a country shaped by the ideals that every person should be treated equally, given access to justice and fr...

The Entire History of Roman Britain

In 43 AD, the Romans, under the orders of Emperor Claudius, came, saw and conquered England, making it part of the Roman Empire. England w...

Immortal Egypt

Egypt is home to one of the world's earliest civilizations, with its earliest settlements in northern Africa dating to 17000 BC. Ancie...

Mystery of the Maya

It's arduous to believe that whereas the eu continent was entrenched within the horrors of the Middle Ages, the Mayan culture was thri...

Julius Caesar's Rome

Julius Caesar’s Rome, a two-DVD set, carries its audience back to Ancient Rome, a civilization that was born in 753 BCE on the banks of th...

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: 75 Years Later

Hiroshima and Nagasaki: 75 Years Later is told entirely from the first-person perspective of leaders, physicists, soldiers and survivors. ...

Final Account

A collection of interviews with the last generation of Germans who lived through the Third Reich doubles as an urgent reminder to keep his...