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History Detectives

History Detectives

Deleted Scene: Swing Kids in Hamburg

London professor Les Back tells Tukufu about WWII-era Germany's underground jazz scene.

2:30

History Detectives

Deleted Scene: Wartime Contradictions

London professor Les Back tells Tukufu about segregation of black soldiers during WW II.

2:03

History Detectives

Sultana mystery reveal

The History Detectives come to a conclusion about the Sultana mystery.

3:20

History Detectives

Kit Carson Family Secrets

Did this antique biography once belong to Kit Carson’s family?

13:28

History Detectives

Sons of the Pioneers

Archive footage of the Sons of the Pioneers performing Tumbling Tumbleweeds.

History Detectives

Web Extra: Rusty Richards

Exclusive for History Detectives. Rusty Richards performs 'So You Want to be a Cowboy'.

1:59

History Detectives

The Real Kit Carson

Tukufu Zuberi meets with fellow detective Wes Cowan to discuss Kit Carson's background.

3:41

History Detectives

Poet Laureate of the West

Eduardo Pagan provides background on Bob Nolan, a member of the Sons of the Pioneers.

5:08

History Detectives

Anti-War Protesters

Archive footage of Vietnam War protesters in 1966

History Detectives

Integration Report

Integration Report, 1960, showing African American students arrested for staging a sit-in

History Detectives

Fifth Column

President Franklin Roosevelt explains the threat of Nazi spies within the United States.

History Detectives

Safeguarding Military Secrets

Archive propaganda film - what can happen when the enemy gains access to military secrets.

History Detectives

Translating the Diary

Wes Cowan talks with translator Merle Pribbenow, who translates passages from the diary.

3:34

History Detectives

Incredible Leaps

Elyse Luray talks with Jonathan Taplin, one of Dylan’s roadies who was at Newport.

1:55

History Detectives

Dylan Plugs In

Elyse Luray talks with Bob Dylan expert Andy Greene.

2:59

History Detectives

Desegregating the Lunch Counter

Tukufu Zuberi interviews two participants in the 1960 sit-ins in Winston-Salem

6:07

History Detectives

Our Colored Heroes

Tukufu comes to Elyse for help learning about the origins of an amazing WWI poster he owns

5:16

History Detectives

Marion County Library

Eduardo Pagan attempts to trace the life of a single slave known only as Willoby.

4:48

History Detectives

Bertillon Card

Elyse speaks to criminology professor Alex Gerould about the wanted scrapbook.

1:48

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