Have you ever imagined what it's like to not only tell but reflect historical events first hand?

Though historians give precise information about certain historical events, they can often only speculate about the feelings of being an attendee of these often disasterous events. We give an insight into the emotional impacts of such events on real people and their view of life.

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  • War Journal: The Incredible World War II Escape of Major Damon “Rocky” Gause

    The true story of one of the most incredible escapes in all of World War II, with an ending that will surprise viewers. Two Americans, Damon Gause and William Lloyd Osborne, both escapees of Bataan - Rocky Gause from Corregidor as well who, in 1942, in a leaky 20 foot fishing boat, escaped and sa...

  • Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice

    Imagine how it would be to see your friends die on a battlefield right next to you. How would you feel?

    On D-Day, June 6, 1944, the green 29th Infantry Division faced some of the most brutal fighting on Omaha Beach. In June of 2014, a handful of remaining members of the 29th Infantry Division ...

  • A Promise to My Father: One Survivor's Journey through the Holocaust

    We re-trace the steps of Holocaust survivor Israel Arbeiter as he returns to Poland and Germany for the final time to look for items buried in 1939 in the basement of his old home in Plock, Poland as the German army advanced. We also travel with Izzy to Treblinka death camp where he parents and y...

  • Remember Pearl Harbor

    Imagine realizing on Dec 6th 1941 that you have to go to war and that your life will change forever.

    Narrated by Tom Selleck. Sunday, December 7, 1941 was a beautiful morning on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. A few sailors and soldiers were already up and playing a game of football near Pearl Ha...

  • The American St. Nick: The True Story of American GIs

    The occupying Germans had been forced out of Wiltz, Luxembourg by advancing American troops. It had been almost five years since the townspeople of Wiltz had been able to celebrate their annual tradition of Saint Nicolas Day. The Nazis had outlawed the annual Christmas-related celebration when th...