Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this documentary series features lots of research surrounding some of history's most famous (and mysterious) fatalities. Subjects have included an American dogfight pilot shot down during WWII, unidentified victims of the Titanic, and those who perished in the Hindenburg disaster. The show uses archive video footage (when it's available) and re-enactments, both of which are graphic in their portrayals of war, disease, and death. This show isn't for young viewers, but parents who watch with tweens and teens will get some history lessons along with them.
Graphic historical re-enactments (as well as actual footage, when it's available) include battles, ships sinking, disease-ridden bodies, and skeletal remains. Depending on the subject, guns and other weapons are often prevalent.
The show takes viewers on educational tours through history, bringing it to life with video footage and re-enactments based on thorough research.
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