Between 1976 and 1983 the Argentine dictatorship kidnapped, tortured and killed some 30,000 dissidents. Among the dissidents were pregnant women whose children were taken at birth and given to members of the military regime. This film tells the stories of some of those children who as adults have found their biological families.
Learn and discover about the missing texts that were excluded from the Bible by the Early Church and discovered by modern scholars. Included are the life of Adam and Eve as detailed in the Koran, selections from the Apocrypha, the hidden writings of Lilith, Aseneth, Daniel, and the Book of Enoch.
History will never forget their reign of terror. For nearly a millennium, barbarian hordes rose up and swept across Asia, Europe, and Africa, pillaging towns and sacking empires. But who were these barbarians, seemingly devoted only to violence and destruction, their language the battle-axe and mighty sword? In Barbarians, History explores the origins of the Huns, Goths, Vikings, and Mongols.
The savage story of some of history's most fearsome tribes: the Vikings, Goths, Mongols, Huns, Saxons, Franks, Vandals, and Lombards, who cut a swath of destruction through the heart of the Roman world for the better part of a millennium.
The Battle of Monmouth took place on June 28th 1778 in rural New Jersey. It was a key moment in the Revolutionary War between Great Britain and her thirteen rebellious colonies, and was the last major battle of the Revolution in the North. This documentary analyzes the conditions at Monmouth, and discover exactly how and why the Americans came to hold their ground.
Follows the journeys of seven people, who are Muslims, Catholics, Evangelical Christians and Jews, who have decided to enter the clergy. As each one studies and makes not only a big commitment but also large sacrifices, they must face a public that challenges the very life they are trying to lead. The documentary follows their stories from their first days of training, through years of study, and into their early practice as religious professionals.
Features journals, books, and authentic letters that are mixed with modern forensic technology to uncover the real stories behind some of the Wild West's biggest names, including Billy the Kid, Lonesome Dove, Tom Horn, Wyatt Earp, and more.
In this expansive, three-hour look at the arduous voyage to a new land, the award-winning filmmakers of A&E attempt to deliver the final word on the historical trek that would forever change the face of history. Scholastic research combines with historical re-enactments to truly draw the viewer in as the popular myths promoted in elementary school classrooms are methodically disproved and the true tale comes to life more vividly than ever thought possible.
Ken Burns documents the worst human-made ecological disaster in American history, when a frenzied wheat boom on the southern Plains, followed by a decade-long drought during the 1930s, nearly swept away the breadbasket of the nation. Vivid interviews, dramatic photographs, and seldom-seen movie footage bring to life incredible stories of human suffering and perseverance.