Freddie Knoller tells his personal story of being a young Jewish man during WWII
This series looks at the events that lead up to WW2 using archive footage.
Saul David revels the true stories as to how wars have been won and lost.
Tony Robinson explores what it was like to live through the Luftwaffe's bombardment.
Admiral Nelson may have been one of Britain's greatest maritime military figures.
Explores the extraordinary tale of two women whose lives intertwined.
This unimaginable story tells the tell of Edward VIII's love affair.
Uncovering the secret of how Hitler's personal code machine was hacked by two men.
In 1536 Anne Boleyn became the first British Queen to be executed.
Weekend Warriors bring to life famous battles in history, including English Civil War.
Garth Barnard investigates catastrophic WWII air accidents and training crashes.
Why did Britain spend much of the war fighting in north Africa and Italy?
The story of Adolf Eichmann through the eyes of those that met the Nazi officer.
Author Thomas Penn unravels the mysteries behind the life and death of Henry VII.
The Sixties is a new 10-part series charting a decade of massive change and upheaval.
Seventy years after D-Day, historian Dan Snow reveals stirring and heroic stories of WWII.