Smithsonian Channel – The Lost Ships The Hunt for the Kaiser’s Superfleet (2020)

Smithsonian Channel – The Lost Ships: The Hunt for the Kaiser’s Superfleet (2020)
English | Size: 1.18 GB
Category: Documentary

The true story of a search for a missing fleet of German warships, sunk by the Royal Navy off the Falkland Islands in December 1914, during one of the first great sea battles of the First World War. The Scharnhorst was an armoured cruiser and Admiral Graf von Spee’s flagship. [Read more…]

Smithsonian Ch. – Titanic’s Fatal Fire (2017)

Smithsonian Ch. – Titanic’s Fatal Fire (2017)
English | Size: 1.44 GB
Category: Documentary

The sinking of the Titanic sent shockwaves around the world and started debates that continue to this day. But new, explosive evidence from the most unlikely of sources may finally lay all arguments to rest and reveal, for the first time, the full story of what possibly doomed the "unsinkable" liner. Join us as we unveil recently discovered and never-before-seen photographs of the super ship that exposes shocking clues that investigators and historians once dismissed but can no longer ignore. [Read more…]

Smithsonian Channel – The Hunt for Escobar’s Hippos (2019)

Smithsonian Channel – The Hunt for Escobar’s Hippos (2019)
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Category: Documentary

Hacienda NĂ¡poles in rural Colombia was once the haunt of billionaire psychopath Pablo Escobar, who just so happened to have a soft spot for exotic animals – particularly Hippopotami! [Read more…]

Smithsonian Magazine – Full Year 2019

Smithsonian Magazine – Full Year 2019
English | Size: 846.29 MB
Category: Tutorial

Smithsonian magazine place a Smithsonian lens on the world, looking at the topics and subject matters researched, studied and exhibited by the Smithsonian Institution-science, history, art, popular culture and innovation-and chronicling them every day for our diverse readership. [Read more…]

Smithsonian Channel – Thomas Jefferson’s Secret Bible (2011)

Smithsonian Channel – Thomas Jefferson’s Secret Bible (2011)
English | Size: 782 MB
Category: Docuemtnary

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Relatively few people know that along with authoring the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson also compiled his own text, drawn carefully from passages extracted out of the New Testament, that he titled "The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth." The book, which focused on the ethical teachings of Jesus, was a private undertaking for Jefferson and never made public in his lifetime. Now, experts at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History are meticulously conserving this fragile volume, page by brittle page. Along the way, they discover subtle hidden clues to Jefferson himself. [Read more…]

Smithsonian Channel – Napoleon’s Waterloo (2014)

Smithsonian Channel – Napoleon’s Waterloo (2014)
English | Size: 893 MB
Category: Documentary

It lasted only one day on a small piece of land, but the impact the Battle of Waterloo had on history is massive and far-reaching. This is the definitive account of the fight that ended Napoleon’s rule as emperor and altered the destinies of France, Europe, and the world. Based on testimonies of those involved, we reveal the tactical decisions and human dramas that transpired on both sides of the battle to give you an unprecedented look of one of history’s most epic conflicts. [Read more…]