See stills and images of individuals featured in Secrets of the Dead: Bugging Hitler’s Soldiers
Spied upon by MI19 in a bugging operation of unprecedented scale and cunning, 4,000 German POW’s revealed their inner thoughts about the Third Reich and let slip military secrets that helped the Allies win WWII.
Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 was the largest troop offensive in military history. And the Battle of Stalingrad is arguably the deadliest single battle the world has ever seen. The eventual Russian victory has long been lauded as a shining example of Stalin’s military genius. He is said to have baited a […]
Read the biographies of the historians, survivors, producers, and other participants who created and lent their stories to Deadliest Battle
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In the summer of 1940 Winston Churchill faced a terrible dilemma. France had just surrendered and only the English Channel stood between the Nazi’s and Britain. Germany was poised to seize the entire French fleet, one of the biggest in the world. With these ships in his hands, Hitler’s threat to invade Britain could become […]
Read biographies of survivors of the attack at Mers el Kebir, expert historians, and the producers that contributed to Churchill’s Deadly Decision
Spring, 1946. Ten months after the end of World War II, an explosion rocks the Pacific off the coast of Hawaii. America has just destroyed one of Japan’s most advanced weapons systems – the I-401 aircraft carrier submarine. But this was no belated attack against the defeated Japanese. Bound by an agreement to share any […]
Learn more about the historians, experts, producers, and eye-witnesses featured in Secrets of the Dead: Japanese SuperSub
Browse images related to Secrets of the Dead: Japanese Supersub including photos of the original Japanese and United States naval crews, stills from animated renderings of the I-400 in action, and the final moment of surrender when the sub was captured.