Declassified (2004–2006)

TV Series   |  Documentary, History


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Inside vaults and archives around the world to reveal the untold stories of modern history. "The rise and fall of the Wall", "Taliban", "Tiananmen Square" and others.


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17 December 2009 | ferriday-610-213691
10
| Declassified: A great show
This was a great show. It's informative and well-researched. You can watch it on the History Channel, however the shows are broadcast intermittently. Nevertheless, the information presented, along with the narration and interviews provide for excellent and captivating television.

Pay absolutely no attention to that poster from Canada who condemned the show. His comments are pointless, and contain typical left-wing propaganda. You'll notice that he failed to mention the thousands of Ukrainians who died under Stalin's rule or the thousands of dissidents and protesters who simply "disappeared" in Soviet Union. Like most America Haters, he tries to establish a moral equivalence between the barbarity of the Soviet Union and Red China and the actions undertaken by the United States to promote freedom and democracy, which is something his home country of Canada has NEVER done.

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