Biblical warriors and their fighting tactics; the team fights a battle using spears, arrows, slingshots and chariots.
M1 rifle; Thompson submachine gun; Browning automatic rifle; hand grenades; foxholes; mortar.
A world-champion poker player instructs the team in the finer points of craps, blackjack, roulette, and other casino games.
One of man's first hand-held killing machines is introduced by fightmaster Peter Woodward, as the Conquest team learns the intricacies of this ancient weapon.
Plains Indians defend themselves with both indigenous and borrowed weaponry.
Barbarians from many lands use many weapons to fight the forces of Rome.
Fight master Peter Woodward and his team of combatants discuss and demonstrate trench warfare.
Actor Peter Woodward focuses on the technology behind Roman weapons and demonstrates its practical use.
Fight master Peter Woodward and his team of combatants take on weapons of the Civil War.
Combatants show the history, technology and practical use of pirate weapons.
Host Peter Woodward demonstrates the practical use of early firearms.
Use of knives and daggers in combat; hand-to-hand knife-battle.
Host Peter Woodward demonstrates the practical use of the medieval broadsword.
Police SWAT teams rescue hostages.
Early humans create axes, spears, bows and slingshots.
Some people use their own bodies as weapons.
Fencing; Hollywood's version of the sword fight.
The basics of air combat have changed little since World War I.
Roman gladiators utilize tridents, nets, daggers and long swords.
The duel of honor is the gentleman's recourse against slander and insult.
Actor Peter Woodward learns to ride a bull.
Construction of armor; knights' fighting techniques.
Viking single- and double-headed axes; Saxon axes; the berserker.
Egyptians and North American Indians create bows and arrows.
Crazy drivers compete in a demolition derby.
Strange and unlikely weapons; the Francisca; ball and chain; awl-pike; military fork; Guisarme; axes.
The medieval tournament; jousting; weapons and armor; chivalry.