Examining the pornographic propaganda used to undermine the morale of frontline German troops and seed mistrust of the Nazi high command.
A look back at October 12, 1984 when the IRA carried out the most audacious terrorist attack in its history in an effort to kill Margaret Thatcher and decapitate her administration.
The horrors of polio.
The story of Wolfgang Rosterg, an anti-Nazi German soldier who was transferred to a camp in Scotland occupied by fanatical Nazis following a crackdown on POWs in 1944.
The fog that settled over London for four days in 1952 and could be responsible for up to 12,000 deaths.
Working from a secret location in the English countryside, a secret division created black propaganda during World War II and disseminated pornography to German troops and the German population, illustrating the sexual perversions of their leaders.
Documentary telling the tale of 1,500 Jews who survived World War II in the very heart of the Third Reich - Berlin.
Jack the Ripper succeeds in baffling Scotland Yard with a series of murders in the Whitechapel area of London.
The fighter pilots who came to Britain's rescue during World War I.
Nearly a century after Howard Carter's discovery of Tutankhamun, Egyptologist Dr. Chris Naunton returns to Carter's vast excavation files; the notes suggest that the Boy King's mummy was burned.
Examining events like moon landings, figures like Howard Hughes, and institutions such as the CIA, to reveal the great unanswered questions from history.
Rich, famous, and always in the public eye, Howard Hughes seems to have become an isolated recluse because of his obsessive-compulsive disorder.