Oskar Schindler: The Man Behind the List
The amazing story of the Nazi and war profiteer, who ultimately saved 1,300 Jews from death. Includes interviews with many "Schindler's List" survivors.
Eva Braun: Love And Death
The speculation surrounding Eva Braun has persisted for decades: Was she Adolf Hitler's lover or just a close friend? And did she die in a Berlin bunker or did she escape to a secret life? Our profile tells the simple story of a simple girl who simply fell in love...with the wrong man. This common tale of love in the time of war is told through uncommonly candid home movies, most of them shot by Eva herself.
Adolf Eichmann: Hitler's Master of Death
An in-depth account of the life of the infamous Nazi who deported Europe's Jews to death camps. Includes the dramatic story of his daring capture by Israeli agents.
Erwin Rommel: The Last Knight
The story of Germany's brilliant "Desert Fox" who nearly out-foxed Allied troops in World War II, and then later plotted to assassinate Hitler. Rommel was forced to commit suicide when the scheme failed.
Admiral Chester Nimitz: Thunder of The Pacific
Profile of the World War II leader who took command of a shattered navy and led his forces to victory over often-superior Japanese forces.
The anatomy of the tyrant is revealed through his youth, early years as Germany's dictator, and the final years of WWII, including his futile attempts at saving his country.
Tokyo Rose: Victim of Propaganda
Story of the women who broadcast Japanese propaganda to US troops in World War II. Focuses on Iva Toguri, a US citizen who be came known as "Tokyo Rose" for her radio broadcasts. Toguri was convicted of treason in 1949 and imprisoned but was pardoned by President Ford in 1977.
Josip Broz Tito: The Rebel Communist
Life of the Yugoslav communist leader who battled Nazis in World War II and resisted Soviet efforts to control his country during the Cold War.