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The Other Side of Dunkirk

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The Other Side of Dunkirk

On the morning of the 26th May, 1940, an order was transmitted from Admiralty building in London, to a secret headquarters in Dover. The order stated that the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force should begin from the port of Dunkirk and the beaches near by. A vast armada of ships was approaching the French coast to facilitate the evacuation, codename Operation Dynamo took place over 1

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Black Taxis

This film follows Brendan, Gerald and Tom all of whom are former volunteers of the Irish Republican Army or IRA. For these men and all Irish Republicans alike the period of armed struggle is now over, but for those who were directly involved in the 30 years of war how difficult is it now to find peace? Today all these men are now Black Taxi drivers and operate within the Republican areas of Bel

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Pol Pot: The Journey to the Killing Fields

The Tuol Sleng secondary school is hidden behind a fence in a quite district of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. It has been empty for over 40 years, a silent witness to the agony of a nation. Thousands of men, women and children were tortured in it's classrooms, they were then driven to the outskirts of the city and executed. Nearly 2 million people died in the Killing Fields of Cambodia, a q

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The Ranger

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The Ranger

The U.S. Army Rangers are an elite military formation that serve in designated U.S. Army Ranger units or are graduates from the U.S. Army Ranger School. This film The Ranger is a unique documentary which was created by Emmy Award Winning Director, Robert Ham for the All Warrior Network. In it we hear the brutally honest and deeply heartfelt story of Chris Bemiss who himself was a U.S. Army Ranger.

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Cold War: Inside The KGB

The the night of August 22, 1991, a crowd of Russians began removing a 14 tone bronze statue in a major Moscow intersection. It was an act that years earlier would surely have cost them their lives, but on this night as democracy was budding the Soviet Union the statue itself represented all that was wrong with the country. For those attending the affair the statues removal signified the end of

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The Jihadis Next Door

Radical Islam seems to be spreading within the United Kingdom, especially in light of the recent terror attacks seen in Manchester and London. The government however seems to be cracking down, when The Jihadis Next Door was released they had just made supporting ISIS a crime and increasing levels of security nationwide. As control tightens we see filmmaker Jamie Roberts spend two years with one

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ISIL: Target Russia

For groups like Al-Qaeda and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, America has always been considered the ultimate enemy but following Vladimir Putin's bombing campaign in Syria, Russia may have taken it's place as target number one for ISIL. Thousands of ISIL fighters from Syria, Iraq and elsewhere are regrouping in the virtual impregnable mountains of Afghanistan, plotting revenge against the

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My Lai Massacre

The Vietnam War was not one of America's finer moments in history for obvious reasons but there was a specific moment during the war that casts an even darker cloud over the conflict, that was the Mỹ Lai Massacre. The Mỹ Lai Massacre was a true war crime which saw the mass killing of between 347 and 504 unarmed civilians in South Vietnam on March 16, 1968. Whats so shocking about it is that it

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Great Military Blunders

Great Military Blunders is a six part documentary series which was originally aired in 2000, the series itself provides a fascinating examination of the key factors which lead to some of the greatest military disasters in history. In war we typically find that defeat stems from mistakes which include making bad plans or not seeing good ones through, a lack of understanding with regards to your

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