Politics often starts the wars, sometimes ends them and often the politicians makes the wars the hell on earth.
Joint production of USA and Japan showing the events that preceded the attack on Pearl Harbor on both sides of future conflict.
Puritan Oliver Cromwell becomes a leader of parliament revolt against King Charles I - the political dispute escalates into English Civil War that will change the face of the country.
Texas representative Charlie Wilson gets involved in supporting mujahideen warriors fighting Soviet Union in their homeland, Afghanistan.
Strategic bombers receive orders to perform Wing Attack Plan R, which means nuclear attack on targets deep inside Soviet Union. This is not an exercise, nor a mistake, but this does not mean that United States are in war with Soviets.
Spanish column of vehicles is ambushed in Iraq. Two soldiers, who survived the explosion have to find a safe place to hide.
Young Attila learns how to fight and how to lead his people. He will make use of that knowledge when he become the most powerful king of Europe.
In 1914 the brand new war has started - young men in fancy uniforms marched down the streets, the crowds were cheering. But then came the reality - gas masks, trenches full of mud, corpses lying around the fields and the generals having a time of their lives while they were sacrificing lives of the others...
Young Austrian Adolf Hitler turns his anger and humiliation from German capitulation during World War I into political power that will change the world.
American early warning system detects Soviet attack and gives order for bombers to prepare the counter-strike. Unfortunately something goes wrong.
King John Lackland did not took well the humiliation when he was forced to sign the Magna Carta reform and with help of mercenary forces he plans to regain the power he was stripped off.
Alexander, king of Macedonians, sets out to reach the goals his father could not meet - to unite the Greek cities and to bring down their enemy, Persia.
War films are not always showing the war per se - often the main theme is the influence of the conflict on lives of people involved, but also their families and friends. War is seldom a local thing - the trauma, the pain, the death they put their mark on people from around the world.