The Jews were not alone in being excluded in Nazi Germany, as Dr Pine reveals.
What are the ideals behind National Socialism and why did it strike a chord with so many?
Laurence Rees sheds light on the characters of those who participated in the Third Reich.
Escape from Sobibor details the largest ever escape of prisoners from a Nazi death camp.
How could a cultured nation, at the heart of Europe, be responsible for acts so horrible?
On 30th April 1945, Adolf Hitler committed suicide. It was the final humiliating chapter.
Some Nazis nursed a range of utterly bizarre ideas.
It wasn't simply the sheer scale of the killings, but the method behind the madness...
Did the Fuhrer flee Germany to enjoy a long, peaceful retirement in South America?
What it took to break free from Stalag Luft III…
He knew about slave labour. Should his reputation have been trashed?
Should Hitler’s wife be thought of as a tragic figure, or a callous character?
The attack on Dresden reduced this city to ruins. Were the Allies justified in doing it?
4 women who hung on the Fuhrer’s every word.
The killing of the Fascist dictator has fuelled bizarre conspiracy theories.
From Hitler's big showpiece to the first doping scandal.
The Reichstag Fire helped set Hitler gain total power – but were the Nazis behind it?
Nazi Collaborators looks at the double life of the people that assited the Nazis.
Watch a clip from the Raiders of the Lost Past episode The Nazi Hunt for Atlantis.
Dieppe Uncovered brings back to life this WWII raid and talks to those who know the truth
From Nazi soldier to England football hero – the incredible story of Bert Trautmann.
Only a handful ever escaped from the impenetrable fortress of Colditz castle...
Voted the greatest Briton in a BBC poll, Churchill was a force to be reckoned with.
Winston Churchill was the wittiest, and rudest, politician ever to grace the Commons!
WWII saw the development of soldiers dedicated to performing acts great courage...
How did World War Two come about and why? Dr Ben Smith examines the reasons.
James Holland presents the lesser-told German point of view of the Battle of Britain
Churchill was an inspirational but his relations with the top brass were often tempestuous
Profiles of WWII's most influential commanders who masterminded battles around the world
Were the atomic bombs really dropped to end WWII more quickly and were they justified?
1945 saw the end of the Second World War, it was to be a defining year.
For the thousands of soldiers liberation was a dream that seemed to never come true.
This two-part drama brings to life one of the most of the dramatic stories of WWII.
During 1940 the Battle Of Britain was in full swing.
Traudl Junge started working for Hitler in 1942 when she was 22 years old.
Historian James Holland examines how Britain felt at the end of the war.
Dad's Army may have provided a comic portrayal but what was it like in the Home Guard?
This film tells the story of Allies imprisoned at a Concentration Camp in WWII.
We explore the 50 years of globally divisive conflict between the US and the Soviet Union.
In 1944, the Allies returned to France to take on Hitler's forces. Revisit this key moment
Richard Dale, director of D-Day documentary 6/6/44, explains how the programme was made.
The 'Dunkirk Spirit' is said to have saved thousands of lives - but what really happened?
Dunkirk is the ultimate, unforgettable portrayal of one of history's defining moments.
It was the defeat that became a miraculous victory...
The daring breakout from Stalag Luft III.
The largest seaborne invasion in history.
A symbol of Allied derring-do.
The lingering mysteries from three of the war’s great battles...
Who would you have voted for?
Investigating the profound effect USSR dictator Josef Stalin had on WWII.
Today in 1942, the hellish battle began.
It sparked a sexual revolution...
Is it unthinkable to question his reputation?
Did British PM Neville Chamberlain do the right thing when he negotiated with Hitler?
Paranoid theory or ugly truth?
What Winston Churchill called “the greatest American battle of the war” began…
From Adolf’s Nazi-fighting nephew to the bizarre “life pod” built to keep Churchill safe…
Should Churchill be revered, or condemned?
A troubled man and an embarrassment to the Royal family... but was he a murder victim?
There's far more to Prince Philip than many people realise.
From Parliament battles, to the Yalta Conference, these are the days that shaped WWII.
How did one man start the Cold War?
You know the main events, but what about the hidden ones?
From Prince Philip’s work in WWII, to the royal who was eager to get into the trenches
Yesterday discovers the real stories behind the invisible war heroes.
Dunkirk: The Forgotten Heroes commemorates the 70th anniversary of WWII.
Find out about the other story of the famous battle.
Charles Wait retraces his steps and makes his first trip aborad since Dunkirk.
A surivor of Dunkirk recalls the pressure to get married.
Anita Dobson looks at how the people of Britain laughed and danced their way to victory.
How the spirit of 1940s rationing affected all areas of British life during World War II.
Programme looking at the pivotal battle of World War II, presented by Ewan McGregor.
Watch the trailer for the seminal world war classic; The World at War.
Whatever the conflict, from the past to the present day, there always secrets to uncover.
Jamie Theakston investigates whether the Nazis' were trying to build a UFO.
Eva Schloss shares her extraordinary tale and memories of the tragic diarist, Anne Frank.