On TV: Thursday   (ET/PT)

  • 7:00 PM
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich:
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich
    Tune in: Thursday, November 27 @ 7:00 PM ET/PT

    In the last days of WWII in Europe, a U.S. destroyer captured German submarine U-234 in the middle of the Atlantic. Onboard were some of Germany's most talented scientists, a dissembled Messerschmitt jet engine, and 10 boxes of uranium oxide. U-234's last surviving officer reveals how he saw Robert Oppenheimer inspect the uranium at a naval yard in New Hampshire. Was the uranium intended to fuel a Japanese bomb? Did the capture of U-234 accelerate the decision to drop the atomic bomb?

    TVPG V | CC

  • 8:00 PM
    Decoding The Past:
    Nazi Prophecies.
    Decoding The Past Nazi Prophecies.
    Tune in: Thursday, November 27 @ 8:00 PM ET/PT

    Some say that the rise of Nazi Germany was foretold in prophecies that began in biblical times and continued for centuries until the emergence of Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. These predictions paint a chilling portrait of an evil, sinister force that would terrorize the world. We expose the prophecies throughout history that foresaw Hitler's rise and fall. The program includes biblical prophecies in the Book of Ester and the Book of Daniel, the haunting predictions of Nostradamus, the disturbing and exact predictions of Hitler's personal clairvoyant Eric Jan Hanussen, and more...much more. Plus, we delve into the roots of Nazism, including Germanic and Aryan legends, the occult, mysticism, and astrology.

    TVPG V | CC

  • 9:00 PM
    Hitler's Lost Plan.:
    Hitler's Lost Plan.
    Hitler's Lost Plan. Hitler's Lost Plan.
    Tune in: Thursday, November 27 @ 9:00 PM ET/PT

    In 1958, in a sweltering, converted torpedo factory in Alexandria, Virginia, historian Gerhard L. Weinberg combed through massive stacks of documents that the US captured from Nazi Germany. In a faded green box, Weinberg came across an unknown prize--a secret book dictated by Adolf Hitler in 1928, the unpublished sequel to Mein Kampf. Mixed in with Hitler's racial hatred, the book contained shocking revelations of his master plan for continuous war. We follow the clues to its discovery and show the rigorous steps taken to authenticate the document. And we reveal the contents of the book, including Hitler's plan for global domination culminating in an invasion of America!

    TVPG V | CC

  • 10:00 PM
    WWII Assault on Germany.
    Shootout WWII Assault on Germany.
    Tune in: Thursday, November 27 @ 10:00 PM ET/PT

    In 1944, General Eisenhower's order was short and to the point: destroy the German army. If successful, Allied forces would win the war in Europe. To American GIs that meant defeating a foe bent on defending his homeland at all cost. This episode recounts and reenacts the experiences of US soldiers who participated in one of WWII's greatest military campaigns Through interviews, archival footage, and recreations, vets share graphic memories of penetrating the Siegfried Line, the formidable German border-defense system; fighting in the Hurtgen Forest, a dark, dense wooded area that rendered tanks and air power useless; and sewing up the industrial region known as the Ruhr Pocket. Veterans put viewers right in harm's way with their deeply personal stories of what it was like to conquer Germany one pillbox, one troop shelter, one hilltop, and one town at a time. They shed tears over lost comrades and reveal the effects of combat, including psychological stress that still haunts them.

    TVPG V | CC

  • 11:00 PM
    Military History Channel:
    Combat Jump|
    Military History Channel Combat Jump|
    Tune in: Thursday, November 27 @ 11:00 PM ET/PT

    July 9, 1943. Just before midnight, Colonel Jim Gavin, age 36, heads towards Sicily in a C47 in command of just over 3,400 members of the 505th Regimental Combat Team. This is the inside story of the first large-scale invasion by paratroopers in U.S. history, headed by one of WWII's youngest leaders. Based on the book "Combat Jump: The Young Men Who Led the Assault into Fortress Europe" and drawing on surviving veterans' stories, this is an in-depth story of epic determination, fear, and survival.

    TVPG V | CC

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