In his bunker, Adolf Hitler ate, slept, married Eva Braun, and killed himself. Experts use state-of-the-art mapping to reconstruct the complex.
Was this giant arena ever flooded to host a mock naval battle known as the 'Naumachia'? Discover the truth behind this rumour from antiquity.
Explores the little-known sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff in 1945. Sunk by a Soviet submarine, the death toll was nearly six times that of the Titanic.
A look at an ancient metal spearhead, once coveted by Adolf Hitler, that is said to have been used to pierce Christ's side during his crucifixion.
First-hand accounts uncover the less known facts about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including the second attack three months later.
Two US homicide detectives who believe they have solved the mystery of King Tut's premature death return to the scene of the crime to crack the case.
Investigates the plot to kill Hitler in July 1944, discovering how he survived the bomb blast and what might have happened had it been successful.
Explores the apparent sacrifice of 20,000 people over a four day period in 1487 inside a twelve storey Aztec temple located in what is now Mexico City.