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The Sinking of the Andrea Doria [electronic resource]

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Presents the compelling story of how the Andrea Doria, a majestic, 697-foot Italian luxury liner bound for New York City, was rammed broadside by another luxury liner, the Swedish-American Stockholm, just off Nantucket Island.
DVDOnline
1998
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Great Bridge Disasters

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Online
1998
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The Treaties of Versailles

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This program examines the unintended consequence of the draconian Treaty of Versailles - namely the resurgence of German aggression in the decades that followed.
Online
1998
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The Wooden Flat Tops

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1998
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Kasserine Pass

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2008
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Pearl Harbor

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2000
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Failure at Antwerp

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2000
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The Sinking of the Lusitania

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1998
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Tet Offensive

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Online
2001
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Allied Double Cross

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2000
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Bombers Without Escorts

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1998
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The Vincennes Affair

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2001
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The Bombing of Monte Cassino

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1998
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Channel Dash, 1942

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2001
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Desert One

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1998
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Prohibition

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"The banning of alcohol in America in 1920 was the result of nearly a hundred years of limited state and local prohibition. Apart from a few Muslim countries, the US is the only nation ever to have imposed total prohibition on its citizens. It was a monumental blunder turning America into a nation of law breakers. At the stroke of midnight on January 16th, 1920, the United States went dry. For the next 13 years it was a criminal offense to manufacture, buy or sell alcoholic liquor. Prohibition ushered in an era of violence and lawlessness. Not only did it fail to stop US citizens from drinking, it also gave rise to organized crime and rampant smuggling on an enormous scale. It enabled notorious mobsters such as Al Capone to amass incredible fortunes. No matter how much alcohol was de [...]
Online
2001