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Evening (pm)

Time Zone:
  1. 7:00 PM
    Premiere
    Ancient Discoveries : Ancient Commandos

    Exactly as they do today, ancient commandos fought deep behind enemy lines in some of the harshest t… TVPG | CC

    Ancient Commandos

    Exactly as they do today, ancient commandos fought deep behind enemy lines in some of the harshest terrains know to man. Battle through storms and five foot snowdrifts to reveal the tech and truth behind the world earliest known ski commandos. Journey to the deserts of Egypt and reveal how a tiny army beat off a major invasion force using deception and a bunch of farm animals. The famous Bayeux tapestry that tells the story of the last invasion of England in 1066 hides a secret clue to the triumph of an elite fighting force. We reveal how the simple stirrup changed the entire course of history. Then, uncover the secrets of the Naftun--one of the ancient worlds most feared and successful commando units.

  2. 8:00 PM
    Dogfights : Dogfights: The Greatest Air Battles|

    Ever imagine what it would be like to participate in the most historic air battles of all time? Imag… TVPG | CC

    Dogfights: The Greatest Air Battles|

    Ever imagine what it would be like to participate in the most historic air battles of all time? Imagine no more. This special puts viewers in the cockpit to recreate four famous air battles, using computer graphics, animation, firsthand accounts, and archival footage to make these thrilling and dangerous dogfights all too real. Each segment begins with an introduction to a pilot as we learn of the conflict he is engaged in, the history and technology of the aircraft that he flies, and the mortal enemy he must face. Then comes the moment of contact with the enemy--the fight begins! Experience a computer-generated recreation of the aerial battle as the voice of the pilot plays out this life and death combat.

  3. 10:00 PM
    Premiere
    Shootout : WWII: The Pacific.

    The Pacific Ocean is a vast emptiness, where World War Two is fought on tiny specks of land. As the … TVPG V | CC

    WWII: The Pacific.

    The Pacific Ocean is a vast emptiness, where World War Two is fought on tiny specks of land. As the big battles unfold, soldiers come face- to-face at close quarters with their enemies. In this episode, we head right into the middle of a daring raid on the Makin Atoll; on New Georgia in the Solomon Islands, a solo machine gunner is outnumbered; two dozen Marines face hundreds of Japanese on Peleliu; and a single rifleman holds off two companies in the Philippines. Sometimes they took minutes, at others they took hours. Join us as we examine these famous shootouts in history--from the perspectives of both sides of the fight. Meet the men with guns in their hands, thousands of miles from home, where the winners are the only ones left alive.

  4. 11:00 PM
    Shootout : Afghanistan's Deadliest Snipers

    For five years, heroic U.S. Servicemen and their allies have hunted Al-Qaeda and Taliban extremists … TVPG V | CC

    Afghanistan's Deadliest Snipers

    For five years, heroic U.S. Servicemen and their allies have hunted Al-Qaeda and Taliban extremists who caused the deaths of 3,000 Americans in a single day. Special Forces Captain Jason Amerine orchestrates a bombing campaign that forces the Taliban to surrender Kandahar and escape into the hills. 10th Mountain Division and 101st Airborne Division soldiers kill or capture hundreds of Al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters. Dozens more are rooted out in the birthplace of the Taliban, the Oruzgan Province in south-central Afghanistan. The on-going search for enemy combatants in the mountains of Afghanistan has brought both battlefield successes, and heartbreaking tragedies. This is the story of the gun battles from that search--harrowing, deadly shootouts.



Afternoon (pm)

Time Zone:
  1. 12:00 PM
    Decoding The Past : Nazi Prophecies.

    Some say that the rise of Nazi Germany was foretold in prophecies that began in biblical times and c… TVPG | CC

    Nazi Prophecies.

    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.

  2. 1:00 PM
    Premiere
    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    In 1958, in a sweltering, converted torpedo factory in Alexandria, Virginia, historian Gerhard L. We… TVPG V | CC

    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    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!

  3. 2:00 PM
    Premiere
    Shootout : WWII Assault on Germany.

    In 1944, General Eisenhower's order was short and to the point: destroy the German army. If successf… TVPG V | CC

    WWII Assault on Germany.

    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.

  4. 3:00 PM
    Military History Channel : Combat Jump|

    July 9, 1943. Just before midnight, Colonel Jim Gavin, age 36, heads towards Sicily in a C47 in comm… TVPG L | CC

    Combat Jump|

    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.

  5. 4:00 PM
    Premiere
    Rome: Rise And Fall Of An Empire : The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbar… TVPG V | CC

    The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbarian opponents, one Roman named Orestes finds service in the court of Attila the Hun. Schooled in the strategy of his enemy, Orestes eventually makes his way back to Italy, determined to resurrect Rome. But first, he must face down barbarians in the royal court, and pretenders sent from the East. Naming his young son, emperor, Orestes attempts to purify Rome of her barbarian influences. However, he learns the sad truth that without barbarians, there is no Rome. After hundreds of years of using the foreign invaders as mercenary soldiers, they outnumber the Romans, and the Empire can't afford to dismiss them. Though Orestes fights valiantly, he meets his end at the hands of the leader of the barbarian mercenaries, Odacer--an event that spells the end of Rome in 476 AD. The last emperor, just a boy, is sent into exile, and the Roman Empire is no more.

  6. 5:00 PM
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    In the last days of WWII in Europe, a U.S. destroyer captured German submarine U-234 in the middle o… TVPG | CC

    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    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?

  7. 6:00 PM
    Premiere
    10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America : Antietam.

    On September 17, 1862, there were 23,000 casualties on both sides of this Civil War battle, making t… TVPG | CC

    Antietam.

    On September 17, 1862, there were 23,000 casualties on both sides of this Civil War battle, making this the bloodiest day in American history. The Union victory enabled President Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation, making foreign support of the Confederacy all but impossible.



Morning (am)

Time Zone:
  1. 12:00 AM
    Decoding The Past : Nazi Prophecies.

    Some say that the rise of Nazi Germany was foretold in prophecies that began in biblical times and c… TVPG | CC

    Nazi Prophecies.

    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.

  2. 1:00 AM
    Premiere
    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    In 1958, in a sweltering, converted torpedo factory in Alexandria, Virginia, historian Gerhard L. We… TVPG V | CC

    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    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!

  3. 2:00 AM
    Premiere
    Shootout : WWII Assault on Germany.

    In 1944, General Eisenhower's order was short and to the point: destroy the German army. If successf… TVPG V | CC

    WWII Assault on Germany.

    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.

  4. 3:00 AM
    Military History Channel : Combat Jump|

    July 9, 1943. Just before midnight, Colonel Jim Gavin, age 36, heads towards Sicily in a C47 in comm… TVPG L | CC

    Combat Jump|

    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.

  5. 4:00 AM
    Premiere
    Rome: Rise And Fall Of An Empire : The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbar… TVPG V | CC

    The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbarian opponents, one Roman named Orestes finds service in the court of Attila the Hun. Schooled in the strategy of his enemy, Orestes eventually makes his way back to Italy, determined to resurrect Rome. But first, he must face down barbarians in the royal court, and pretenders sent from the East. Naming his young son, emperor, Orestes attempts to purify Rome of her barbarian influences. However, he learns the sad truth that without barbarians, there is no Rome. After hundreds of years of using the foreign invaders as mercenary soldiers, they outnumber the Romans, and the Empire can't afford to dismiss them. Though Orestes fights valiantly, he meets his end at the hands of the leader of the barbarian mercenaries, Odacer--an event that spells the end of Rome in 476 AD. The last emperor, just a boy, is sent into exile, and the Roman Empire is no more.

  6. 5:00 AM
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    In the last days of WWII in Europe, a U.S. destroyer captured German submarine U-234 in the middle o… TVPG | CC

    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    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?

  7. 6:00 AM
    Decoding The Past : Nazi Prophecies.

    Some say that the rise of Nazi Germany was foretold in prophecies that began in biblical times and c… TVPG | CC

    Nazi Prophecies.

    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.

  8. 7:00 AM
    Premiere
    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    In 1958, in a sweltering, converted torpedo factory in Alexandria, Virginia, historian Gerhard L. We… TVPG V | CC

    Hitler's Lost Plan.

    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!

  9. 8:00 AM
    Premiere
    Shootout : WWII Assault on Germany.

    In 1944, General Eisenhower's order was short and to the point: destroy the German army. If successf… TVPG V | CC

    WWII Assault on Germany.

    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.

  10. 9:00 AM
    Military History Channel : Combat Jump|

    July 9, 1943. Just before midnight, Colonel Jim Gavin, age 36, heads towards Sicily in a C47 in comm… TVPG L | CC

    Combat Jump|

    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.

  11. 10:00 AM
    Premiere
    Rome: Rise And Fall Of An Empire : The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbar… TVPG V | CC

    The Last Emperor

    In the middle of the 5th century, as the Empire fights a losing battle against its formidable barbarian opponents, one Roman named Orestes finds service in the court of Attila the Hun. Schooled in the strategy of his enemy, Orestes eventually makes his way back to Italy, determined to resurrect Rome. But first, he must face down barbarians in the royal court, and pretenders sent from the East. Naming his young son, emperor, Orestes attempts to purify Rome of her barbarian influences. However, he learns the sad truth that without barbarians, there is no Rome. After hundreds of years of using the foreign invaders as mercenary soldiers, they outnumber the Romans, and the Empire can't afford to dismiss them. Though Orestes fights valiantly, he meets his end at the hands of the leader of the barbarian mercenaries, Odacer--an event that spells the end of Rome in 476 AD. The last emperor, just a boy, is sent into exile, and the Roman Empire is no more.

  12. 11:00 AM
    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    In the last days of WWII in Europe, a U.S. destroyer captured German submarine U-234 in the middle o… TVPG | CC

    U-234: Last Submarine of the Reich

    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?

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