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From great figures come our most noteworthy inventions, from the telephone to the theory of general relativity. But no great leader is perfect. H2 digs into the scandals and family secrets you won't find in textbooks in the special 10 THINGS YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT. Observing the lives of renowned leaders, brilliant scientists and notorious criminals, viewers get an inside peek into their unknown pasts, from Ben Franklin's nefarious history to Albert Einstein's hidden family drama.
DISC 1: Benjamin Franklin / Abraham Lincoln / John F. Kennedy / J. Edgar Hoover / The OK Corral / The Roosevelts / The Mormons
DISC 2: Pablo Escobar / George Patton / Caligula / Adolf Hitler / The Rat Pack / Bonus
Season one is nothing but fake historical propaganda. I like the new ones with Henry Rollens season 2 and up are good stuff with real history not like this bull dung. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Curlyfries
I enjoy the episodes but the sound mixing isn't very good so you always have to watch with the remote in hand to adjust the volume several times per episode. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MackAttack
Unfortunately, as practically anything on the histeria channel, there are way too many errors and inaccurate statements to make this show a worth while spending of time.Published 7 months ago by think
I was so distracted by the background music that is nonstop that I don't even know if the stuff is factual. i couldn't stand to watch more than one!Published 8 months ago by Heather Earley
Amazing show. very informative and highly addicting. Wish there were more seasons!Published 9 months ago by michael brown
I've seen enough! I watched several hours of this program on the History Channel. I don't know what season I was watching but I saw 4 programs. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Guitar Fan
As stated in the headline, great teaching tool for history.
The presentation format was very thoughtful. Read more