Histor eSearch Documentary Reviews
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10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America
April 9th - 13th, 2006
The History Channel continues to improve upon the entertainment level of each new documentary that it produces. This ten part series examines very distinct turning points in US history that are pivotal to us as a people and a culture. It is a very cerebral and intelligent look at how seemingly minute coincidences and human decisions affect the course and flow of major human events. This is a huge and bold documentary undertaking that will prove to be as significant a work as such titles in line with "Eyes on the Prize" and the "Ten Thousand Day War." This program series is epic in scope and quality.
series is the most ambitious original programming event in THC
Days That Unexpectedly Changed America" encompasses 10 days in
American history as envisioned through ten powerful documentaries that are
written, produced and directed by 10 award-winning filmmakers.
Expansive in scope, the goal is not to countdown or list the “most
important” days in U.S. history, but to select days that represent the
broad themes that ultimately shaped America’s people, culture and
We give this program an enthusiastic 5 of 5 Herodoti
Massacre at Mystic
Shays' Rebellion: America's
Murder at the Fair: The President McKinley
Scope's Trial: The Battle Over America's Soul
When America Was Rocked
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