Unsolved History: What Really Happened?
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History: DaVinci Perfected World's Largest Horse Statue
Leonardo DaVinci conceived, but never finished, the world's largest equine statue. This project failure has puzzled scholars ever since. Kasey-Dee Gardner finds out why this project came to a grinding halt.
Unsolved History: Battle of the Alamo
In 1836 the Mexican desert was the scene for The Battle of the Alamo, one of the most spectacular marches in military history. Check out this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" series to learn more.
Unsolved History: Battleground Gettysburg
This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" takes us to the Civil War battleground of Gettysburg, where after days of bloodshed, the Union defeated the Confederate army. Gettysburg is often thought of as the turning point in the Civil War.
Unsolved History: Civil War Turning Point
This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" offers insight about how Pickett's Charge reversed the fates of both the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
Unsolved History: Confederate Misfortunes
This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" highlights a number of factors that led to the defeat of the Confederate Army at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Unsolved History: Conspiracies to Kill Hitler
In this video from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History," take a look at some of the greatest mysteries surrounding the assassination attempts on Adolf Hitler.
Unsolved History: David Crockett
Once the Battle of the Alamo begins, one man stands out among the armies -- David Crockett. Check out this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" series to learn more.
Unsolved History: Elliot's Gettysburg Map
Can a map help explain the reason behind the Confederacy's crushing defeat at the Battle of Gettysburg? This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" offers compelling insight.
Unsolved History: Emmitsburg Fence Barrier
This clip from Disocvery Channel's "Unsolved History" examines how the Emmitsburg fence could have influenced the outcome of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Unsolved History: End of the Third Reich
Hitler's death in April of 1945 signals the end of the Third Reich. Watch this video from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" to learn more.
Unsolved History: Female Ninjas
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn how ninjas train women in the art of ninjutsu.
Unsolved History: Gettysburg Cannon
The devastating effects of cannon warfare during Pickett's Charge is highlighted in this clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History."
Unsolved History: Gettysburg Graves
In an attempt to quantify the number of Confederate casualties at the Battle of Gettysburg, this clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" examines battleground burial sites.
Unsolved History: Gettysburg Terrain
Could the battleground terrain have played a role in the outcome of the Battle of Gettysburg? This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" examines the evidence.
Unsolved History: Lee's Long Shot
This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" examines the factors that gave General Robert E. Lee confidence that he could defeat the Union in the Battle of Gettysburg.
Unsolved History: Loading a Musket
In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History" a civil war expert demonstrates how to load a musket.
Unsolved History: Ninja Power
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn how ninjas got their reputation as supernatural beings.
Unsolved History: Ninja's Place of Origin
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," take a visit to Iga Ueno, Japan, the place where ninjas and ninjutsu originated.
Unsolved History: Ninja's Sword
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn how the ninja's sword differs from a samurai's sword.
Unsolved History: Ninja's Weapons
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn about the weapons of the ninja and how they are used.
Unsolved History: Ninjas and Shoguns
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn how the famous shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, used the ninja to his advantage.
Unsolved History: Ninjas in Combat
On Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," learn about the unique fighting techniques of ninjas.
Unsolved History: Pickett's Charge Controversy
This clip from Discovery Channel's "Unsolved History," examines the controversy regarding the High Water Mark of Pickett's Charge in the Battle of Gettysburg.
Unsolved History: Recreating the Alamo
In order to better understand the Battle of the Alamo it is important to understand what the Alamo looked like. Check out this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" series to learn more about the Alamo's structure.
Unsolved History: Santa Ana
To some he was one of the greatest leaders in military history, and to others he was one of the most cruel men of all time. Watch this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" series and take a closer look at Santa Ana.
Unsolved History: Shattering the Myth
Of the events that took place at the Alamo none are more symbolic than the tales of David Crockett and Santa Ana. Yet who were these famous men? Check out this clip from Discovery's "Unsolved History" series to learn more.
Unsolved History: The Second Battle
Learn how the "De la Pena Narrative" may answer haunting questions about David Crockett. Check out this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History" series to learn more.
Unsolved History: Touring Hitler's Bunker
After speaking with several guards, artists are able to recreate the inside of Hitler's underground bunker. Tour the virtual bunker in this clip from the Military Channel's "Unsolved History."
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