History

End of Days is dedicated to the exploration of the 2012 apocalypse prophecy that foretells the End of the World.

An angels and daemons and secret society known as illuminaty has come back to life to destroy a catholic church. Secret masons societies are swathed in mystery, but this “Must-Have” collection digs deep to explore their sometimes disturbing histories. Behind closed doors, cliques of the world’s most powerful men form societies.

The history of the country we now know as Irak hes been written in blood. But this rich land graced by two great rivers is also the place where human civilisation first began.

Jeremy Bowen presents a look back at the creation of the state of Israel, examining the the events leading up to the Israeli war of Independence in 1949, its impact on Arab/Israeli relations and the implications for the Middle East.

UMBC History Professor Emerita Sandra Herbert talks with host Dr. Joe Tatarewicz about her career as a Darwin scholar and her most recent book, "Charles Darwin, Geologist."

The Story of India is a BBC TV documentary series, written and presented by historian Michael Wood, about the 10,000-year history of the Indian subcontinent in six episodes.

60 years ago India threw off the chains of British Empire and became a free nation. And now the worlds largest democracy is rushing in to the future.

As in most of his documentaries, Wood explains historical events by travelling to the places where they took place, examining archeological and historical evidence at first hand and interviewing historians and archaeologists, as well as chatting with local people.

More than a thousand years ago deep in the jungle of Northern Cambodia a civilization was that built most largest and most beauty-full temples the world has ever seen. Than mysteriously they vanished. How did they create such beauty? And why did they abandon these jewels in the jungle.

This is the story of one of the greatest minds in human history. A scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, painter, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and writer, Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) was a polymath and arguably the main figure of the Renaissance. He set out to learn all there is to know, conceived new ideas and inventions that changed the world, and created artistic works of astonishing elegance and beauty, including the most famous painting in history, the Mona Lisa.

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