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Programs for AHC on Sunday, May 24, 2020
12:00 AM
Mafia's Greatest Hits Al Capone (Repeat, TV-PG) The original superstar gangster, Capone dominated news coverage and was rumored to be responsible for the infamous St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Gerry Pomeroy(Director)
1:00 AM
Mafia's Day of Reckoning (TV-PG) An in-depth profile of the FBI's dogged pursuit of the five predominant mafia families who held the criminal leadership reins in New York City.
2:00 AM
Sam Giancana: Mafia vs. CIA (TV-PG) The hidden and shocking secrets of Sam Giancana, who claimed a variety of high-level relationships, including the Kennedys, Frank Sinatra and the CIA.
3:00 AM
John Gotti: The Teflon Don (TV-PG) The story of the notorious American mobster who became the leader of the Gambino crime family, issuing orders for the death of the group's previous boss.
5:00 AM
The Mob's Assassin (TV-14) Italian Cosa Nostra mobster Albert Anastasia, was the founder of the American Mafia and Murder, Inc., and the most feared hit-man during the 1930s and 1940s.
6:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil Designed for Power (Repeat, TV-14) Hitler displays flair for creative design, patterning everything from the swastika flag to the visually striking Storm Trooper uniforms, in his march to power. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
7:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil Hitler's Highways (Repeat, TV-14) In an effort to rebuild Germany, Hitler announces plans to develop 14,000 miles of freeway and build one and a half million "People's Cars" every year. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
8:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil The Industry of War (Repeat, TV-14) Following the destruction of most of its weaponry in the First World War, Hitler was forced to steal raw materials to fully rebuild Germany's military strength. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
9:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil A Culture of Control (Repeat, TV-14) Hitler, in an attempt to change the people's perceptions, creates a new Nazi form of art and culture, assuming control of the film industry and radio. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
10:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil Himmler's Empire of Terror (Repeat, TV-14) The SS used surveillance, detention and murder in support of Hitler's thirst for power, defeating his political enemies and enacting his ideas of racial purity. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
11:00 AM
Project Nazi: The Blueprints Of Evil Retreat from Reality (Repeat, TV-14) With a determination to fight until the bitter end, no matter the cost to millions of Germans, Adolf Hitler devotes his trust to new, advanced weaponry. Simon Wilkinson(Narrator)
12:00 PM
Weaponology Bomber (TV-14) The program examines the storied history of the bomber from throwing explosives out of the cockpit to laser-guided bunker busters. John Schwab(Narrator), Sidney Alford(Participant), Paul Beaver(Participant), Charles Coons(Participant), Rebecca Grant(Participant)
1:00 PM
Weaponology Fighter (TV-14) The history of fighter planes; starting with the earliest examples, this episode explores the advances that make them the strongest weapons in modern warfare. John Schwab(Narrator)
2:00 PM
Weaponology Armored Personnel Carriers (TV-14) The correspondents take time to examine the family trees of the preeminent fighting vehicles and armored personnel carriers throughout history. John Schwab(Narrator)
3:00 PM
Somali Pirate Takedown The Real Story (TV-14) An elite U.S. Navy SEALS unit is called in after heavily-armed Somali pirates attack a commercial ship and hold its captain hostage on a drifting lifeboat. Terry MacDonald(Narrator)
4:00 PM
Ultimate Warfare Midway: Taking Back the Pacific (Repeat, TV-PG) In June 1942, six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States defends against an attack on Midway Atoll by the Japanese navy. Eric Meyers(Narrator)
5:00 PM
World War II: Witness to War Pearl Harbor (Repeat, TV-14) An examination of the event that forever changed the course of the war, with stories told from the perspective of those who were present at the attack. Liam Teeling(Narrator)
6:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan Recreation (Repeat, TV-PG) The utilization by Hitler of the Olympic games in an attempt to promote Nazism, and the control he exercised over Germans' leisure time and holidays. Ronan Summers(Narrator)
7:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan Hitler's British Head Quarters (Repeat, TV-PG) An examination of the Nazi plans for Great Britain, from pre-war spying efforts by the Germans, to the establishment of concentration camps on British soil. Ronan Summers(Narrator)
8:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan Nazification (Repeat, TV-PG) A look at how Hitler implemented societal changes through the use of anti-Semitic clothing laws, and the way SS "bridal schools" were originally established. Ronan Summers(Narrator)
9:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan Transporting the Reich (Repeat, TV-PG) The redesign of Germany's transportation system was crucial to Hitler's war preparations, utilizing the auto industry for the rearmament of his military. Ronan Summers(Narrator)
10:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan America (Repeat, TV-PG) The support the Nazis received from inside America, detailing German outposts that existed within the United States; story of the "American Fuhrer." Ronan Summers(Narrator)
11:00 PM
Hitler's Empire: The Post-War Plan Megacities (Repeat, TV-PG) An examination of how the Nazis firmly placed their imprint on Germany and the nations they had conquered, and their plans to make Berlin the world's capital. Ronan Summers(Narrator)
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