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  • 24 hours later

    More than 60 million years ago, a giant meteorite destroyed almost its entire life on Earth. At a speed of 65,000 kilometers per hour, it fell into the ocean, leaving a crater wide and deep tens of kilometers deep. He has many times overcome the strongest earthquake and the explosion of a nuclear bomb with his power and irreversibly changed the face of our planet.

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  • 24 hours later

    More than 60 million years ago, a giant meteorite destroyed almost its entire life on Earth. At a speed of 65,000 kilometers per hour, it fell into the ocean, leaving a crater wide and deep tens of kilometers deep. He has many times overcome the strongest earthquake and the explosion of a nuclear bomb with his power and irreversibly changed the face of our planet.

    13.184
  • May 8, 1945

    On May 8, 1945, the world celebrated the defeat of Nazi Germany. Thousands of refugees, released prisoners and released prisoners wandered the roads of Europe.

    19.833
  • Assassinations attempts of Hitler 1/2

    Millions of people wished for Hitler's death, but only a handful actually tried to kill him. Whether it was attempts thought through to the smallest detail or impulsive attempts by desperate individuals, it is unbelievable that Hitler managed to escape more than forty assassinations.

    16.190
  • Battle over the ocean

    During the Cold War, pilots of Soviet long-range aircraft and American fighters met over the ocean. Both opponents carried sharp ammunition - often nuclear ammunition. Although international regulations forbade both sides from pretending to attack - there were no witnesses over the ocean. And where there are no witnesses, there are no prosecutors.

    16.036
  • Battle for skies over Britain 2/4

    Hitler did not need a war with England. But when Churchill refused a separate peace, the proud Albion had to get to its knees.

    9.583
  • Battle for skies over Britain 3/4

    The Battle of Heaven over Britain is one of the most important moments of World War II. If Hitler wanted to conquer Albion, he must first paralyze his air force.

    9.119
  • Battle for skies over Britain 4/4

    When Hitler realized he would not conquer England, and out of anger that the British had dared to bomb his beloved Berlin, he decided to level London.

    12.001
  • Fighting machines - A-10 Thunderbolt II

    His official combat name is Thunderbolt II, but because of what he looks like, everyone calls him Warthog. During his time on various battlefields around the world, he earned another nickname Tank buster - a nutcracker for tanks. It is not an elegant, fast aircraft - it is slow and ugly, but it carries enough ammunition to destroy more than ten tanks.

    19.811
  • Fighting machines - AH-64 Apache

    The first thing the opponent will hear is the noise of the engines and the whistling of the rotor blades. When they see the AH-64, they see the swirling blades of the rotor, the suspended missiles, the eyes of the imaging units… like giant insects. For most enemies, this is the last thing they see in life.

    13.815
  • Fighting machines - B-17 Flying Fortress

    The B-17 Flying Fortress bomber is one of the symbols of the US Air Force's strength during World War II. However, at the time of the creation of the US Army Air Corps, they were only a shadow of the strength of the air forces of the European powers. Only German armaments and the outbreak of World War II forced the United States to show what an efficient industry can do.

    17.172
  • Fighting machines - B-2 Spirit

    In the 1930s, two young Reimar and Walter Horten began constructing the first flying wings for a new Nazi regime in Germany.

    12.812
  • Fighting machines - B-26 Marauder

    He had a varied history. At first he had a very bad reputation,… that he was not safe and that he could not be flown. The initial experience was so bad that he earned the unflattering nickname The Widowmaker - widow maker. After modifications, it became one of the most effective medium bombers. Nevertheless, he never got rid of his unflattering stickers - it was a Martin B-26 Marauder.

    12.424
  • Fighting machines - B-52 BUFF

    A giant plane has been wading the sky for more than half a century. The type that dropped more conventional bombs than any other bomber in the world… Originally intended to drop nuclear bombs, dnas is the main weapon of guided missiles and ammunition with accurate guidance. which the crews call BUFF (Big Ugly fat Fella).

    12.167
  • Fighting machines - F-117 Nighthawk

    It was considered an unrealizable dream, a crazy and unrealizable concept - it required new approaches from aerodynamics. Nevertheless, the F-117 became the first stealth aircraft in the world. Almost undetectable by radar, he stood at the tip of the attack and delivered the first blows to the enemy.

    12.920
  • Fighting machines - F-15 Eagle

    One aircraft has made history in the Air Force with extraordinary performance. It rises to the height of Mount Everest in 60 seconds. It can maneuver any enemy. He holds one incredible record - in thirty years of active service, he has more than 100 shot down enemy aircraft, without a single loss of his own.

    9.976
  • Fighting machines - F-22 Raptor

    This aircraft is the most modern machine in its category. It was built according to the principle: whoever sees the opponent first shoots, the first shoots and the first one shoots down. A fighter designed to fight for air supremacy in the 21st century must be able to do all this. The F-22 Raptor lives up to its name. He's a killer.

    11.120
  • Fighting machines - F/A-18 Hornet

    The US military has a plane in its arsenal, which is a symbol of the will to win - because at first no one wanted the plane. Switching the switch can change it from a fighter jet to an attack aircraft. It is the first truly multi-purpose aircraft in the arsenal of the US Armed Forces.

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  • Fighting machines - F4U Corsair

    The angled wings and long bow formed the unmistakable silhouette of the F4U Corsair, a US Navy fighter. It was one of the fastest propeller fighters. The Corsairs have earned the reputation of a versatile aircraft - a dangerous fighter and a fighter-bomber, at a time when the US Marines were fighting their way through the Pacific. The Japanese called him a whistling death.

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  • Fighting machines - Messerschmitt Me 262

    Even before the Second World War, the development of jet engines was started in Britain and Germany, independently of each other. But there is a long way from the engine to the operationally usable aircraft. The race for the first jet fighter began. Who will win?

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  • Fighting machines - Mosquito

    Although designers began to use metal instead of wood during World War I, Geoffrey De Havilland believed in the benefits of natural materials. He designed a wooden bomber without firearms. His protection was speed. His name was Mosquito - but they called him a wooden miracle.

    19.275
  • Fighting machines - P-38 Lightning

    He was beautiful, but also dangerous. It was the aircraft on which the largest American aces flew. It gained an excellent reputation as the most universal and efficient aircraft of its time. Lockheed P-38 Lightning.

    11.481
  • Fighting machines - Destroyer Fletcher

    One category of ships was permanently deployed during the bloody fighting in the Pacific in the most demanding actions. They protected large ships, bombed enemy units, submerged submarines, fought the threat of kamikaze and picked up shot down pilots. They were the target of the fiercest Japanese attacks - and yet they won. They were the eyes and ears of the US Navy. They were destroyers.

    19.442
  • Fighting machines - UH-60 Black Hawk

    October 3, 1993, afternoon. A group of Black Hawk helicopters were transporting a Ranger unit to a busy market in the suburbs of Mogadishu. Their task was to capture two leaders of a clan of self-proclaimed Somali leader Mohamed Aidid. The events of those days became a legend. As well as the performance of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, which was the main protagonist.

    14.902
  • The death row

    The sleepy town of Huntsville, Texas. United States Death Zone. Since 1982, the authorities have executed hundreds of people sentenced to death here. Most in the whole country.

    19.226
  • We recommend the documents on the Z1

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    Fri 28.01. 20:00 - Body as a Weapon: Taekwondo Now also on the web: Live

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  • Phantom of the fleet

    Between 1946 and 1958, the United States conducted a series of atomic explosions at the Pacific atolls of Bikini and Eniwetok. As part of one of the largest scientific experiments in the world, they detonated a total of 67 bombs, which sent the entire naval fleet to the bottom.

    9.306
  • Hunt for the Nazis

    Simon Wiesenthal and the Klarsfelds. Legends among Nazi hunters. Their experience with the Nazi regime was too strong to forget.

    15.647
  • Heroes of SAS 1/4

    British SAS is one of the best special forces in the world. They gained respect already during the Second World War, then came their actions in Malaysia, the Falklands or the Persian Gulf, which only confirmed their quality. They currently operate around the world and specialize in the fight against terrorism.

    12.834
  • Heroes of SAS 2/4

    British SAS is one of the best special forces in the world. They gained respect already during the Second World War, then came their actions in Malaysia, the Falklands or the Persian Gulf, which only confirmed their quality. They currently operate around the world and specialize in the fight against terrorism.

    9.292
  • Heroes of SAS 3/4

    Oman is entering a seventh decade of the last century through a coup. The backward country is gaining a pro-Western ruler who is asking the British government for help in fighting the communist insurgents. The elite SAS units are heading for the action again.

    10.547
  • Heroes of SAS 4/4

    Late summer of 2000. West Africa, Sierra Leone. The UN peacekeeping patrol ends in the hands of the rebels.

    19.119
  • Patriot games

    Marines. The elite of the US military. They reverently describe war films about them, and even ordinary Americans cannot afford them.

    18.643
  • Jetman: A man on a jet wing

    Is it even possible for a person to fly like a bird? Adrenaline lover Yves Rossy has the courage to try.

    14.661
  • K-19: the unknown story

    The K-19 was the first Soviet nuclear-powered submarine armed with ballistic missiles. Almost everyone knows the story of the crash of her nuclear reactor, thanks to a Hollywood film starring Harrison Ford. Virtually no one knows about the tragedy that occurred 11 years later. At the same time, more than three times as many sailors were killed.

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  • Lancaster: Combat deployment

    Avro Lancaster. A legendary four-engine bomber that spoke significantly into World War II. From 1942, these machines belonged to the backbone of the British Bomber Command and by the end of the war had made over 150,000 combat sorties.

    10.146
  • Liberty Ships 2/2

    World War II created several symbols that far exceeded its duration. Undoubtedly, these include the legendary American Freight Ships. They made a significant contribution to the Allied victory and the post-war reconstruction of the world.

    12.981
  • Mega-repairs 02 Aircraft repair

    When something is very big and very broken, there is Sean Riley with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. At Charles de Gaulle Airport, the driver of a tractor with a Boeing 767 backed into the exhaust gas reflector. A seemingly small crack in the fuselage cover resulted in a punctured overpressure bulkhead that needed to be replaced. Are you interested in how the three-week repair for EUR 21 million is going? Look.

    19.836
  • Mega-repairs 03 Nuclear power plant

    When something is very big and very broken, there is Sean Riley with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time, the turbine rotor of the Susquehanna nuclear power plant in the state of Pennsylvania served. It is a small repair, weighing 70 tons per rotor - and only the direct costs associated with the repair amount to EUR 3 million. Wondering how to fit a 70-ton monster to your hair exactly? Look.

    15.713
  • Mega-repairs 04 Repair of an ocean liner

    When something is very big and very broken, Sean Riley is here with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time it is not directly a repair, but a modernization. It is necessary to install a 300 t diesel generator in the ship. But what if the original turbines remain in the engine room? Look.

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  • Mega-repairs 05 High voltage

    When something is very big and very broken, there is Sean Riley with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. Electricity can serve, but also kill. 500,000 Volts will spoil you in a fraction of a second. Nevertheless, it is possible to touch wires with such a high voltage by hand. But it must be known. Definitely don't try it at home.

    15.335
  • Mega-repairs 06 20 ton binoculars

    When something is very big and very broken, Sean Riley is here with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time it will be about maintaining a giant telescope. Do you know how to replace a fragile telescope mirror with a diameter of 8 meters and a weight of 20 tons, which costs 10 million Euros? Look.

    11.873
  • Mega-repairs 07 Highway overpass

    When something is very big and very broken, there is Sean Riley with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. Are you tired of endless repairs of road bridges and highway overpasses? You are not alone. Road workers say it can't be fixed faster. Don't trust them! Replacement of the five-lane bridge deck of the motorway overpass in 5 days. Four overpasses per month.

    12.457
  • Mega-repairs 08 TV transmitter

    When something is very big and very broken, there is Sean Riley with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time it is necessary to replace the antenna of the TV transmitter. It is not too heavy alone… without accessories it weighs 3.2 tons. It is only located 600 meters above the ground, on a pole that resembles a built stick. If you do not feel dizzy - watch.

    14.799
  • Mega-repairs 09 Pipeline

    When something is very big and very broken, Sean Riley is here with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time, the safety shut-off valve of the Transalachian oil pipeline failed. It needs to be replaced. Wondering how when there are millions of liters of oil in the pipeline? Look.

    18.298
  • Mega-repairs 10 Tugboat

    When something is very big and very broken, Sean Riley is here with the TV crew to show you how to fix it. This time, the hurricane threw dozens of ships of various sizes ashore. All need to be either canceled or returned to the water. The first to be those that endanger the safety of shipping. How do you do it? Look.

    15.244
  • Metro under fire

    The terrorist attacks on the London Underground on 7 July 2005 shocked all of Britain. Three underground explosions, accompanied by a fourth explosion on a city bus, killed more than 50 people and injured more than 300.

    9.093
  • Aboard the Normandy

    Normandy. Luxury ocean liner and pride throughout France. A huge, and at the same time incredibly fast steamer, which before the Second World War managed to repeatedly grab the prestigious Blue Ribbon for the land of the Gallic rooster.

    18.989
  • Don't tell my mother ... 3/5

    Congo. A promised land of suffering. A place plagued by a protracted war. A war in which global economic interests prevail and a fierce struggle for vast mineral wealth.

    11.763
  • Don't tell my mother ... 4/5

    At the border, they took good care of his personal belongings, then housed him in a well-guarded hotel, and finally provided him with two attentive guides.

    11.389
  • Don't tell my mother ... 2/5

    Drugs, weapons and kidnappings. Colombia is definitely not a safe place that attracts tourists. And that's why she attracted the attention of Diego Buñuel.

    8.163
  • Don't tell my mother ... 1/5

    For ten years, reporter Diego Buňuel risked his life for French television. For ten years he cruised the world and filled newsgroups with news from war zones. And for ten years he tried to cross the boundaries of shocking headlines and capture a true picture of the everyday life of ordinary people in a way that the media do not know.

    8.959
  • Don't tell my mother ... 5/5

    Even more than sixty years full of wars and intifads were not enough to make Israel a peaceful place. There is still gunfire, the show is covered with missiles and he is still terrified by suicide bombers.

    9.247
  • Immortal Beaver

    De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver. A legendary Canadian plane with the characteristics of a bulldog, thanks to which people got to previously inaccessible places.

    14.473
  • Strange weapons

    Bombs and bullets have long been one of the most feared weapons. Modern armed forces have adopted far more sophisticated weapon systems that do not primarily have to kill but make movement difficult.

    15.761
  • The last cruise of Columbus 1/2

    When the luxury steamer Columbus left the port of Bremen on June 20, 1939, no one knew that six months later his voyage in the Atlantic would end in a devastating fire.

    11.025
  • Project Huemul

    The end of World War II is approaching, and Hitler still lacks the key weapon to reverse it. He drove out Einstein, and his engineers simply can't build an atomic bomb.

    16.690
  • Sarajevo tunnel

    During the war in the Balkans, Bosnia's Bosnia survived a siege of almost four years. All the while, the lives of more than three hundred thousand people depended on one tunnel.

    15.515
  • School of green berets

    The special unit known as Commandos Marine is one of the best the French army has.

    23.108
  • Sniper

    One shot, one dead. This is the credo of the sniper, the most accurate shooter on the battlefield. For hours he can watch a wide area and keep away even a numerically stronger opponent.

    14.124
  • Private armies

    People are at war for many reasons. For power, ideas, or money. And it is precisely mercenaries who are playing an increasingly important role in armed conflict. The current war is for sale, and in Iraq alone, for example, there are more of them in the service of multinational corporations than all non-US soldiers combined.

    19.967
  • Cold peace

    In the spring of 2007, Russia resumes strategic flights in the Arctic. Its bombers are also beginning to snoop in the dangerous vicinity of Norway, which is responding to increased military activity.

    10.267
  • The secret of the Vilnius ghetto

    "I know they'll shoot me tomorrow. I could leave, run, hide, but you won't run away from yourself. May forgive me those I had to sacrifice." The words of Jakob Gens - chief of the Vilnius ghetto. A man who had to send hundreds of compatriots to his immediate death. Men, women, children ... A man who, on the other hand, tried to save hundreds of lives. Was he a savior or a murderer? Lets have a look.

    21.908
  • Tanks in Prague 1/2

    The year 1968 began optimistically for the Czech state. Political liberalization brought about partial reforms, and people looked for fragile freedom with joyful tension. However, the dream of a free Czechoslovakia was ended by tanks of the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact countries.

    15.159
  • Body as a weapon: Eskrima

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional mixed martial arts fighter and former wrestling player. This remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    12.855
  • Body as a weapon: Judo

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional mixed martial arts fighter and former wrestling player. This remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.833
  • Body as a weapon: Karate

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.995
  • Body as a weapon: Krav maga

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.238
  • Body as a weapon: Kung fu

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    14.008
  • Body as a weapon: MCMAP

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.604
  • Body as a weapon: MMA

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.360
  • Body as a weapon: Pankration

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    15.429
  • Body as a weapon: Pradal Serey

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts. Their amazing adventure begins in Cambodia, where the martial art of pradal serey was born.

    15.766
  • Body as a weapon: Sambo

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    13.499
  • Body as a weapon: Savate

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    13.573
  • Body as a weapon: Taekwondo

    Jason Chambers and Bill Duff. A professional fighter and former American football player who has started wrestling. A remarkable couple cruises the world to experience firsthand how much martial arts hurts.

    12.697
  • Top Gun: European Mission

    More than half a year of intensive and demanding training. Countless starts and simulated situations that can occur in a sharp collision. And finally, the important decisions on which lives depend in a real war. Even so, the EPAF's special military program looks like it.

    10.110
  • Tiger squadron

    The history of the Tiger Squadron begins at the beginning of World War II. At that time, a handful of volunteers from America operated in China under the leadership of Claire Lee Chennault, who managed to cause the Japanese big troubles.

    20.935
  • Escape from North Korea

    Attempting to flee the country is one of the most serious crimes in North Korea, as is criticism of the state apparatus and belief in God. Yet thousands of people flee to China every year.

    13.763
  • In restricted zone: Air Force One

    Boeing VC-25A. Luxuriously modified Jumbo Jet, which is flown by the presidents of the United States. A massive machine with the call sign Air Force One, with which the captain of the aircraft announces that he is currently hosting the most powerful man in the world.

    10.102
  • Lost evidence: Alemain

    World War II has a lot of famous battles that were influenced by wrong decisions. It started, for example, with the bad work of military reporters, a humorous cover-up maneuver of the enemy or a wrongly chosen tactic.

    14.067
  • Lost evidence: The Battle of Britain

    World War II has a lot of famous battles that were influenced by wrong decisions. It started, for example, with the bad work of military correspondents or a humorous cover-up maneuver by the enemy.

    13.991
  • Lost evidence: North Africa

    World War II has a lot of famous battles that were influenced by wrong decisions. It started, for example, with the bad work of military reporters, a humorous cover-up maneuver of the enemy or a wrongly chosen tactic.

    12.829
  • Special Forces

    The beginnings of special units of the French army date back to World War II, when they were formed under the supervision of the British SAS.

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