History Channel Documentaries

The History Channel is a satellite and cable TV channel, devoted mainly to historical events and persons. Programming covers a wide array of periods and topics, while similar topics are often organized into themed weeks or daily marathons. Subjects include military history, medieval history, the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, modern engineering, and historical biographies.


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  • History Documentaries
  • History Specials
English עברית italiano español
  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 80996
  • Status Continuing
  • Networks History
  • Runtimes 45 minutes (553 episodes) 90 minutes (32 episodes) 85 minutes (24 episodes) 88 minutes (21 episodes) 87 minutes (18 episodes) 86 minutes (16 episodes) 84 minutes (14 episodes) 42 minutes (9 episodes) 43 minutes (8 episodes) 83 minutes (7 episodes) 89 minutes (5 episodes) 41 minutes (4 episodes) 81 minutes (4 episodes) 44 minutes (3 episodes) 120 minutes (3 episodes) 80 minutes (3 episodes) 136 minutes (2 episodes) 82 minutes (2 episodes) 79 minutes (2 episodes) 119 minutes (2 episodes) 40 minutes (2 episodes) 50 minutes (2 episodes) 30 minutes (1 episode) 100 minutes (1 episode) 8845 minutes (1 episode) 98 minutes (1 episode) 91 minutes (1 episode) 67 minutes (1 episode) 95 minutes (1 episode) 110 minutes (1 episode) 92 minutes (1 episode) 21 minutes (1 episode) 47 minutes (1 episode)
  • Genres Documentary
  • Episode Screenshot Format 16:9 Screencap
  • Favorited This series has been favorited by 137 people.
  • Created February 4, 2008 by Administrator
  • Modified July 22, 2021 by Administrator

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Secret Aircraft of WWII

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This History Channel series uncovers the aircraft that no one knew about. Using specially commissioned computer graphics, previously unseen archive footage and interviews with aviation experts, this series brings back to life the Secret Aircraft of the Second World War.

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