Command Decisions

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Putting viewers in the position of decision makers at historic events.

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Upcoming episodes

Feb 25th
1100a

Battle Of Chalons

Nomadic horsemen led by Attila the Hun race through Europe. They cross the Rhine and ravage the French countryside. As he heads toward Western Europe, The Romans, Gauls, and Vandals must band against him. At the Marne River, Attila's forces take possession of a strategic hill. The Huns are expert archers, and the battle is fierce. But after Attila mistakes a Roman retreating army as a potential trap, he decides to withdraw. If he hadn't been stopped, the Huns could have ruled France and Italy.
Feb 25th
1130a

Battle Of Marathon

Putting viewers in the position of decision makers at historic events.
Feb 25th
700p

Battle Of Chalons

Nomadic horsemen led by Attila the Hun race through Europe. They cross the Rhine and ravage the French countryside. As he heads toward Western Europe, The Romans, Gauls, and Vandals must band against him. At the Marne River, Attila's forces take possession of a strategic hill. The Huns are expert archers, and the battle is fierce. But after Attila mistakes a Roman retreating army as a potential trap, he decides to withdraw. If he hadn't been stopped, the Huns could have ruled France and Italy.
Feb 25th
730p

Battle Of Marathon

Putting viewers in the position of decision makers at historic events.
Mar 4th
1100a

Battle Of Saratoga

Anxious to overturn George Washington’s victories, Burgoyne comes up with a devious plan. Isolate New York, split the colonies, and divide the Revolution. He recruits German mercenaries and American Indians, and marches on Albany. But rebels led by Gates block the road by felling trees, while sharpshooters attack the British troops. After a skirmish in which the rebels refuse to give up the high ground, the British force retreats. The victory keeps the Hudson free, convinces France to help the rebels, and ultimately leads to the triumph of the American Revolution.
Mar 4th
1130a

Battle Of Waterloo

Liberated from exile, Napoleon has raised nearly 300,000 men. He is attacking Belgium, heading towards Brussels. Napoleon’s a master at the “divide and conquer” strategy, and plans to attack a vital communication point between the English and Prussian armies. It is the Duke of Wellington's task to stop him. At the height of a difficult battle, he orders his secret cavalry and infantry to charge down from a ridge and destroy Napoleon’s offense. Wellington is able to destroy the army and end the 20-year career of history's greatest military genius.
Mar 4th
700p

Battle Of Saratoga

Anxious to overturn George Washington’s victories, Burgoyne comes up with a devious plan. Isolate New York, split the colonies, and divide the Revolution. He recruits German mercenaries and American Indians, and marches on Albany. But rebels led by Gates block the road by felling trees, while sharpshooters attack the British troops. After a skirmish in which the rebels refuse to give up the high ground, the British force retreats. The victory keeps the Hudson free, convinces France to help the rebels, and ultimately leads to the triumph of the American Revolution.
Mar 4th
730p

Battle Of Waterloo

Liberated from exile, Napoleon has raised nearly 300,000 men. He is attacking Belgium, heading towards Brussels. Napoleon’s a master at the “divide and conquer” strategy, and plans to attack a vital communication point between the English and Prussian armies. It is the Duke of Wellington's task to stop him. At the height of a difficult battle, he orders his secret cavalry and infantry to charge down from a ridge and destroy Napoleon’s offense. Wellington is able to destroy the army and end the 20-year career of history's greatest military genius.
Mar 5th
300a

Battle Of Saratoga

Anxious to overturn George Washington’s victories, Burgoyne comes up with a devious plan. Isolate New York, split the colonies, and divide the Revolution. He recruits German mercenaries and American Indians, and marches on Albany. But rebels led by Gates block the road by felling trees, while sharpshooters attack the British troops. After a skirmish in which the rebels refuse to give up the high ground, the British force retreats. The victory keeps the Hudson free, convinces France to help the rebels, and ultimately leads to the triumph of the American Revolution.
Mar 5th
330a

Battle Of Waterloo

Liberated from exile, Napoleon has raised nearly 300,000 men. He is attacking Belgium, heading towards Brussels. Napoleon’s a master at the “divide and conquer” strategy, and plans to attack a vital communication point between the English and Prussian armies. It is the Duke of Wellington's task to stop him. At the height of a difficult battle, he orders his secret cavalry and infantry to charge down from a ridge and destroy Napoleon’s offense. Wellington is able to destroy the army and end the 20-year career of history's greatest military genius.