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A documentary history hosted by retired U.S. Marine Oliver North, it primarily includes battlefield accounts by veterans who experienced them. Some episodes focus on a particular individual, such as Dwight D. Eisenhower or George Patton, while others cover a specific battle or a broader topic, such as the women of World War II or the secret race for the atomic bomb.

Latest episodes

aired 831 days ago
Battle on the beaches of the Mariana Islands during World War II.
aired 831 days ago
Korea.
aired 832 days ago
Former teacher Lyndon Baines Johnson makes a rapid ascent through the ranks in Washington to become a political powerhouse; home movies provide a behind-the-scenes look at three decades of the former president's life.
aired 832 days ago
By spying on Japanese military movements, Solomon islanders and civilian coast watchers helped U.S. forces become victorious at Guadalcanal during World War II.
aired 832 days ago
The heroics of the nameless and faceless men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving our country.
aired 838 days ago
Images of the surprise attacks by the North Vietnamese in 1968.
aired 838 days ago
Oliver North travels the world interviewing some of the men who helped remove Adolf Hitler from power.
aired 839 days ago
American and Iraqi soldiers discuss the reality of fighting a war in Iraq.
aired 839 days ago
A combat-decorated Marine presents stories of war.
aired 839 days ago
The controversy surrounding the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
aired 845 days ago
The real story of the Black Sheep Squadron and its commander, Col. Gregory "Pappy" Boyington.
aired 845 days ago
Interviews with baseball legends Bob Feller, Johnny Pesky and Ted Williams about their World War II experiences.
aired 846 days ago
Profile of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
aired 846 days ago
Oliver North travels to the city of Berlin to view the remains of the Berlin Wall, which was once a symbol of communist domination.
aired 846 days ago
History of war reporting.
aired 852 days ago
Doolittle's Tokyo Raiders of World War II.
aired 852 days ago
A combat-decorated Marine presents stories of war.
aired 853 days ago
History of the U.S. Army's First Infantry Division. Host: Oliver North.
aired 853 days ago
The men who pioneered helicopter warfare in Vietnam, paving the way for today's Apache and Black Hawk pilots.
aired 853 days ago
The last great naval battle of World War II.
aired 859 days ago
The U.S. Navy's Fighting Seabees have played a crucial role in all American military campaigns since World War II, building bases, paving roadways and airstrips and undertaking a myriad of construction projects.

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