In the wake of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, National Geographic follows descendants of ordinary Americans as they embark on personal journeys to discover the stories of their ancestors in the bloodiest war in American history.
This three-part program reveals the amazing human stories of lives turned upside down by the Civil Warfrom a Virginian slave holding lady to a Union officer and a Confederate private. Through vivid recreations and innovative graphic techniques, we’ll go back in time to see the true consequences of hard war and the resilient human spirit.
Programs include Families at War, The Hard War, and Free at Last. Bonus Programs: Civil War Gold and Raising the Hunley.
Unbending regulations, excruciating physical demands, relentless academic requirements
this is everyday life at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Since 1802, this revered institution has accepted only the most promising of Americans with the sole aim of transforming ...
National Geographic provides a fresh, intimate, in-depth look
at the grim reality of war through the eyes of soldiers on the front lines in this 12-disc sampler. The collection includes Inside the Iraq War, Inside the Vietnam War, Inside the ...