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.
Explores the extraordinary tale of two women whose lives intertwined.
Uncovering the secret of how Hitler's personal code machine was hacked by two men.
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.
Seventy years after D-Day, historian Dan Snow reveals stirring and heroic stories of WWII.
Jonathan Dimbleby on the significance of the North African WWII campaign.
The little-known story of heroic Spitfire pilots and top minds at RAF Medmenham.
The amazing true tale of six valiant 'tankies' who served together in World War II.
Ordinary people from four towns across America recall their memories of World War II.
Engrossing WWII doc looking at the daring operation dubbed the 'Miracle of Dunkirk'.
Unearthing the truth about how a cultured nation allowed a monster like Hitler into power.
Hunting down the last surviving Nazi war criminals living in the 21st century.
Unique stories of courage in the documentary series about the Battle of Britain.
Historian Saul David reveals how precision planning off the battlefield has shaped wars.
Revealing the story of one of the greatest intellectual feats of the Second World War.
In Wartime Farm Manor Farm is run exactly as it would have been during WWII.
A film with Anna Paquin and directed by John Kent Harrison about a polish social worker.
The story of RAF pilots stranded during WWII and how they managed to get themselves home.
The story of three German refuge ships; Wilhelm Gustloff, Steuben and Goya, in WWII.
The story of Eva Bergman, whom was born in a concentration camp in WWII.
Adolf Hitler managed to turn from a nobody in 1913 into the Fuehrer of the German people?
James Holland looks in to the RAF's 1943 air attacks.
Flying fanatic John Sergeant marks the 75th anniversary of the iconic Spitfire.
First-hand accounts help to provide an insight into the terror ordinary Londoners faced.
Charting the evolution of Auschwitz concentration camp.
Illuminating series looking at some unusual and innovative weaponry throughout history.
The Battle of Britain through the eyes of the brave souls based at Biggin Hill airbase.
Landmark WWII docu-drama, told through the eyes of three young Canadians.
The Allied seamen who diced with death to provide supplies to the Soviet army during WWII.
How us nervous Brits braced ourselves for invasion during World War II.
The exploits of the US Eighth Air Force helped change the course of WWII.
Telling the moving story of the Allied airmen who were held at the concentration camp.
Amazing real-life treasure-hunting adventures.
Stories of ordinary men and women who were thrown into fearsome, real-life situations.
The Secret War uncovers more incredible stories that exist under the radar.
A look at the involvement of members of the Royal family in WWII.
A look at how the nation kept itself uplifted during the darkest days of the war.
Starring Alec Baldwin, Brian Cox, Christopher Plummer and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
The group of people who hunted down some of the most hated people in history.
The real stories of courageous and deadly fights against impossible odds during WWII.
Beyond the images of crowds and bunting, there are many individual stories.
Philip Glenister stars in the war-time drama set on the fictitious island of St Gregory.
A two-part documentary profiling the public figures whom Adolf Hitler idolised.
An explosive 13-part series from the makers of the acclaimed Churchill's Bodyguard.
The life of Hitler and his rise through the ranks of the National German Workers' Party.
The story of Felix Kersten, who used his position to save people from Nazi persecution.
A series of documentaries about people that made a major difference during World War II.
The fascinating inside story of the WW2 British Air Transport Auxillary.
Join Nick Knowles as he uncovers the stories behind the Baedeker raids.
Dunkirk: The Forgotten Heroes commemorates the 70th anniversary of WWII.
The mission resulted in the deaths of nearly 1,000 men and 2,000 men taken prisoner.
Presenting the human stories behind the RAF's courageous squadron of Dam Busters.
This exciting and moving new documentary takes a fresh look at the legend.
This programme tells the story of the people who were left in the UK during WWII.
Above And Beyond celebrates the courage of our armed forces since WWII.
A Year To Remember recounts the momentous years between 1939 and 1945.
Stephen Fry honours the men who gave their lives during the bombing of Germany.
The critically acclaimed documentary series with revealing detail and footage of WWII.
Spitfire Women highlights the female pilots who fought to aid the war effort.
John Sergeant follows the story of a spitfire from birth to retirement.
The story of how the fall of Singapore in 1942 changed the destiny of millions of people.
WWII veteran and actor Charlton Heston narrates this groundbreaking war retrospective.
Pilots of the 501 Squadron tell the story of the Battle of Britain in their own words.
The plot to fool the Führer - the brainchild of Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond.
During WWII Alistair Urquhart was captured by the Japanese, but that was only the start...
True story of how a group of American G.I.s tricked the enemy with illusions during WWII.
Dan Snow and a team of military archaeologists investigate the battlegrounds of WWII.
The story of the Great War told from a a new perspective - from the skies.
Kate Adie analyses a pivotal battle of WWII, which saw the Allies triumph in north Africa.
How, in 1943, two unlikely heroes hack into Hitler's personal super-code machine.
The shocking true story of the individuals who betrayed Winston Churchill and Britain.
How Charlotte of Luxembourg pursued freedom for her people during German occupation.
Ewan and Colin McGregor look at the men who fought in the skies above occupied Europe.
James Holland presents fresh analysis, exploring the lesser-told German point of view.
Ewan McGregor and his brother Colin trace the timeline of events of the Battle of Britain.
How could so many people have collaborated with the Nazis before and during World War II?