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A 2009 History Channel UK/Italy/Spain/Germany and TSI Suisse Documentary narrated by David Riley.

They were to 'stay behind' if the Red Army overran Western Europe. Operating from secret hideouts behind enemy lines, they were to organise armed national resistance against the occupying Soviet forces. Recruited and trained by the CIA and MI-6 and coordinated by NATO, Europe's secret army was the most ambitious covert operation to defend democracy since the Second World War.

But over time the top-secret stay-behind network set up by Britain and the United States in almost 20 European countries became involved in just the opposite: fixing elections, political assassinations, coups against democratically elected governments, and in what can only be described as acts of terrorism, which cost the lives of hundreds of Europeans. The story of Europe's stay-behind network with names like GLADIO in Italy or SDRA8 in Belgium is one of the most powerfully hidden secrets of recent American and European history.

NATO'S SECRET ARMIES examines three major terror attacks: The Brabant massacres in Belgium, The Oktoberfest bombing in Germany and the Piazza Fontana killings in Italy. Through the testimony of former Gladio terrorists, ex-CIA agents, diplomats, prosecutors and police investigators the film pieces together the disturbing trail of influence behind each of the attacks and considers whether hundreds may have died at the hands of state sponsored terrorism. More chillingly, it asks whether the strategy of tension might still be in use today.

A 2002 PBS History Documentary narrated by Liev Schreiber.

NOVA reveals startling new evidence that Soviet spies penetrated America's deepest secrets, including the Manhattan Project, in the 1940's. By cracking the code of Soviet diplomatic cables, the FBI was able to hunt down "atom spies" such as Klaus Fuchs and Julius Rosenberg. But the true "master spy," a physicist named Ted Hall, got away - and his gripping story is presented for the first time by NOVA.

Recently de-classified documents prove that as many as 300 Americans-including top-level Roosevelt Cabinet members-may have spied for the Soviets during World War II. But one of the most important spies, a physicist named Ted Hall, got away without punishment. See the startling new evidence kept hidden from the American public for over 50 years.

In August 1945 the United States destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki with atomic bombs, developed after an unprecedented top-secret crash program. Four years later, the Soviet Union stunned the world by testing an atomic bomb of its own. Now through never-before-seen interviews with scientist Ted Hall and his wife Joan, and information from a recently revealed code-breaking operation, NOVA uncovers the secret of the Soviets' sudden atomic success, on Secrets, Lies & Atomic Spies.

The film takes viewers inside one of the most extraordinary decryption breakthroughs in history–VENONA, which in 1943 began probing the seemingly unbreakable Soviet code for a loophole. NOVA interviews several surviving officials involved with VENONA, including crack code breaker Meredith Gardner, who explains how he exploited Soviet mistakes to uncover their atom spy ring, and retired FBI agent Robert Lamphere, who worked with Gardner to identify spies. Against all odds the code breaker's effort finally succeeded, and with the help of the FBI, exposed a vast network of spies operating in the United States, including highly placed agents at the clandestine facility in Los Alamos, New Mexico, where the atomic bomb was designed and built. The VENONA operation stayed in business for decades, unraveling the complex spy network that operated in the United States in the 1940s and allowing authorities to gauge the extent to which American secrets had been compromised.

A 1999 History Channel Documentary narrated by David Ackroyd.

The hunt for Communists in the United States clearly reached the point of hysteria by the early 1950s, but what is often overlooked is that it had its origins in a very real phenomenon.

The opening of the Soviet archives in the 1990s, and the declassification of certain intercepted Soviet messages from the late 1940s, indicates that Soviet agents had penetrated the U.S. government before and during World War II, in some cases at very high levels, including the Office of Secret Services, the Los Alamos nuclear lab, the State Department and the U.S. Congress.

Now evidence gleaned from declassified secret Russian cables and newly opened KGB files shows that Soviet penetration indeed ran deep; even the Congressman who set up House Un-American Activities Committee was on the KGB payroll!

A 1999 Discovery Channel History Documentary narrated by Alan Bates.

Episode 3: To most patrons of a certain Berlin cafe, the man with the magazine under his arm is just another customer. But to the three or four other spies watching him, he's one of them. Only problem - which side is he on - this week? In a world where loyalties change with the wind - or a better offer - counterespionage is a necessity. Enter this complex maze where friends suddenly become foes - and you may be the next target.
Since WWII, the US and Britain have developed more sophisticated satellite airplane tactics, in some cases making the secret agent obsolete. Explore the world of counterespionage.

A 1999 Discovery Channel History Documentary narrated by Alan Bates.

Episode 2: They're a whole different breed- the assassins and the saboteurs who swiftly and quietly neutralize the deadliest elements of the enemy's game. Discover the super secret weapons at their disposal. Learn the clever ways used to transmit highly sensitive communications, right under the nose of their foe - where one slip can cost them their lives.

Assassins and saboteurs, trained in the deadly WWII web of espionage, explain top secret weapons and the rules of the game. Communication can make or break an agent, and transmitting behind enemy lines is a life or death venture for these spies. Find out how they did it.

Episode 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/lJoWcObLE9ox/

A 1999 Discovery Channel History Documentary narrated by Alan Bates.

Hollywood makes spies look invincible, but the reality is more dangerous than any screenwriter can invent. Go deep undercover in a world where no one is who -or what - they seem and one mistake could affect thousands - even millions - of innocent people. With vicious double-crosses and nerve-wracking action that takes place mostly in the shadows, the life of a spy is no game - it's deadly serious!

Narrated by Alan Bates, Spying Game reveals the history, technology and techniques of the world of espionage. From the message-carrying pigeons and early radio transmitters of the Second World War, through to the Cold War climate of bugged embassies, satellites and double agents, all the secrets of spying are uncovered. The glamour of James Bond's lifestyle may be missing, but the spirit of bravery and ingenuity is all there, as are the gadgets. With contributions from US, British, German and Russian agents, The Spying Game is a revealing glimpse into a mysterious and sometimes shocking world.

Episode 1: When can an ordinary matchbox become a murder weapon? In the hands of a spy, that's when! Here's a top-secret look at some of the most ingenious - and deadly - tools used to get the goods on the enemy. Insiders will reveal how something like a fountain pen can be used to uncover clandestine information - if you can keep you mouth shut, that is! Sophisticated tools are the mainstay of successful espionage, from microdots to matchbox camera, forgeries to fake talcom powder tins. These intricate eavesdropping devices convey secrets of a nation to the enemy. Find out how they all work.

Episode 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/VcAtWnlt68GQ/

A 2017 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 5: In the 1980's and 90's the mafia controls the New York criminal underworld. But by the early 200's evidence surfaces that the mob has gone much further and has people inside the NYPD. Now a dedicated team of detectives must find out who are the Mob Cops.

A 2017 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 4: Joe Massino, the 'Last Don', crushes anyone who goes against the mafia code of omerta. Loyalty to his family, and obedience to their code of silence, is everything. But when the Feds take Massino down, Massino takes everyone down with him.

Episode 5: https://www.bitchute.com/video/TAle6B8UkfXS/

A 2017 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 3: Under the disguise of mental illness Vincent Gigante evaded the authorities and rose to become the most powerful mobster in New York. When FBI realised their mistake they would stop at nothing to take him down. But would he escape one last time?

Episode 4: https://www.bitchute.com/video/g8H9HTLIqqff/

A 2017 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 2: As the head of Murder Inc. Albert Anastasia would oversee the American Mafia's most violent period in history. As Luciano's go-to killer, Albert and his hitmen committed murder wholesale. He was a psychopath who would outlive his usefulness.

Episode 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/b3PbX13sytsL/

A 2017 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 1: Arnold Rothstein schooled the founders of the American Mafia in the ways of organized crime in the 1920s & set the model for running crime business. Infamous for fixing the 1919 Baseball World Series, he was the criminal genius behind a bootleg empire.

Episode 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/phEUzzaCkD33/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 13: Good friends and business partners Robert Kubecka and Donald Barstow were able to bring down nine of the biggest gangsters of New York City.

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 12: The story of Meyer Lansky, an associate of Lucky Luciano who was linked to criminal financial operations, but the FBI struggled to pin anything on him - or find his riches.

Episode 13: https://www.bitchute.com/video/09LjWn0dr75T/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 11: New York City mafia hit man, Roy Demeo, escaped the authorities for a long time and killed around 200 people.

Episode 12: https://www.bitchute.com/video/66STjfiKdhug/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 10: How Joseph Valachi knew there was a 'hit order' out on him, and lived in so much fear that he revealed Both the existence of, and the whole structure of the Mafia for the first time.

Unprecedented Televised hearings were broadcast on American television in October, 1963. Many of these actualities exist on audio air checks archived in the collection of ARCHIVAL TELEVISION AUDIO, INC.

Episode 11: https://www.bitchute.com/video/XIAUP9k11Y4A/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 9: A close associate of longtime Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa and associated with the Chicago Outfit, Alan Dorfman embezzled millions for the mob and himself until he was violently murdered in 1983.

Episode 10: https://www.bitchute.com/video/j6vWbjxEUN11/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 8: Former FBI agent Joe Pistone, who infiltrated the Mafia for six years as Donnie Brasco, reveals how his undercover work led to more than 100 convictions - and resulted in the death of underworld figure Dominick `Sonny Black' Napolitano.

Episode 9: https://www.bitchute.com/video/r1IjE9HwmYzg/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 7: Even while being behind the bars for a great part of his career, Carmine Galante was still able to have a lot of power in organized crime.

Episode 8: https://www.bitchute.com/video/LQ6A45bUv5fr/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 6: Raised in the slums with terrifying gangs. He grew to inherit a Mafia entity; only to be faced with murder, the electric chair and fierce rivalry.

Episode 7: https://www.bitchute.com/video/0jLxbBKjygc1/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 5: The story of Tony Spilotro, who protected the Chicago Mafia's interests in the casinos of Las Vegas and became a target for the FBI.

Episode 6: https://www.bitchute.com/video/aO10SllpG0WM/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 4: The story of ambitious American mobster John Gotti, who became the boss of the Gambino family by ordering the death of the group's former head. He earned the nickname `Teflon Don' after three acquittals.

Episode 5: https://www.bitchute.com/video/xH96bWOQy77n/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 3: The story of Joe Colombo, the youngest Godfather of the Mafia that had problems caused by his flamboyant way of living.

Episode 4: https://www.bitchute.com/video/4WX1Zqu8EGg7/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

Episode 2: Charles "Lucky" Luciano was the number one gangster of all time. He put the "Organised" into organised crime and invented the modern Mafia.

Episode 3: https://www.bitchute.com/video/vnleec1qUvmA/

A 2012 Biography, History Documentary series narrated by Colin Tierney.

This series takes you through the life of mobster and shows you their rise and fall.

Episode 1: Revealing the secrets of the Mafia's most notorious members, beginning with Sam Giancana, who was associated with the Kennedys, Frank Sinatra and the CIA.

Episode 2: https://www.bitchute.com/video/LKiuZ6dDEkTk/

A 2014 PBS Biography Documentary narrated by Chip Bolcik.

This totally new series connects generations through profiles of legends like Frank Sinatra and Al Capone in a way you've never seen them before. This series isn't just about where they were born or how much money they made. The driving force of every episode of AMERICAN ICONS is our legends' enduring impact!

Al Capone - the quintessential self-made American man, ruthless killer or both? Just his name sparks images of pin-stripe suits and bloody violence. To this day, Americans are fascinated by this celebrity gangster. The question is why?

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"A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots."
"Civilizations Die by Suicide Not by Murder."

I live in Milan, Italy. This is a History documentaries channel. Mainly about ancient, medieval and WWII history. But also Arts documentaries mixed with history, Movies, TV Series and Extras bonus material.

Many of these documentaries are made available thanks to MVGroup: https://forums.mvgroup.org/
It is the best site, IMO, with a vaste number of documentaries on every possible subject.

My other channels which are about Sport and Art:
1. Adaneth_Arts: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/CSJUA3GQova7/
2. Adaneth_Sport: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/BLLcSQcF5CX9/

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