Milestones in World History
The explorers, inventors, scientists, scholars and important figures that shaped the history of the world as narrated by Turkish actor Bülent İnal.
Persians vs Greeks
The epic battles between the ancient Persians and Greeks were about more than dominance and riches.
Pope Clement VII
The flawed decisions taken before Pope Clement VII foreshadowed political and clerical upheavals in Catholicism and Europe.
The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand
The assassination of the Austria-Hungarian archduke in Sarajevo by a nationalist Serb ignited the greatest war that the world had ever seen.
Günter Schabowski's Lisp
The East German politician Günter Schabowski's mistaken answer to a press conference question became the most innocent fault in the history of the world.
The Last Genuine Roman
The beginning of the dark ages was ushered by this anonymous Roman bowman.
The Divine Winds in Moscow
German aviator Mathias Rast achieved what Napoleon and Hitler ambitiously coveted but woefully failed.
Cats and the Plague
Unlike the ancient Egyptian and Romans, the Medieval Europeans demonized and dismissed cats, but that would cost them their lives.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The invention of the atomic bomb led to a terrible event that most wished it never were.
The Assassin: James Earl Ray
What led to the heinous crime of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. by James Earl Ray?
The year is 1891, and Nicola Tesla is about to make a breakthrough by inventing what's to come to be known as Tesla Coil.