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  1. November on HISTORY

    November on HISTORY

    Revisit the Dalfram Dispute of 1938 that gave Robert Menzies a nickname that lasted an eternity on Pig Iron Bob. Solve a crime that is every bit as shocking and incredible today as it was when it first happened 50 years ago on JFK: The Smoking Gun. Plus pay tribute to all those who fought and fell this Remembrance Day.

  2. The Making of the Mob: New York

    The Making of the Mob: New York

    Spanning more than 50 years, this riveting, high-end docudrama, from Emmy nominated producer Stephen David (The World Wars, The Men Who Built America), chronicles the rise and fall of some of the world’s most notorious mobsters; Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Meyer Lansky and Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel.

  3. Hunting Hitler

    Hunting Hitler

    An FBI cold case that has lain dormant for 70 years leads a group of world-renowned investigators on the ultimate manhunt to finally answer the question: Did Adolf Hitler survive World War II? In early 2014, the FBI declassified hundreds of confidential documents showing that Hitler may have not committed suicide, but rather escaped to South America after the fall of Germany.

  4. Suffragettes Forever! Women and Power

    Suffragettes Forever! Women and Power

    In this provocative three-part series, Professor Amanda Vickery tells the story of the long war to give women an equal share of power in Britain. It was the Edwardian suffragettes who won the vote but Amanda Vickery reveals that they were part of a much longer struggle that had been going on since the 18th century. e.

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