TELEVISION

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The Bonus Army

 (2018)  Drama | History
 

The true story of a nonviolent protest march from Portland, OR on Washington by World War I veterans during the Great Depression. The machinations of several persons including J. Edgar Hoover, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and members of the American Communist Party lead to a situation in which the government deployed troops against its own countrymen, killing 4 individuals. The public backlash against Herbert Hoover led to the election of FDR, the era of the New Deal, and eventual passage of the Bonus Bill.  - Written By Alexander

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Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire

 (2008– ) TV Series–60 min. – History | War
 

A thirteen hour series which focuses on the Germanic, Britannic and other barbarian tribal wars with Rome which ultimately led to the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. This series is centered on the campaigns and battles with the barbarian tribes and extensive examinations of the reigns of little known Roman emperors and generals. The significance and structures of key barbarian tribes and the roles their leaders played are explored in detail. Territorial changes to the Roman Empire caused by unrelenting wars, plagues, mass starvation's and power struggles are presented in chronological historical context with extensive re-enactments. This series examines how the continuous wars with the barbarians and depletion of resources became a core cause of the Roman Empire's decline and eventual collapse. 

 

Invictus Films, Inc., Alexander Emmert, won an Emmy for his work with this project.

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The Revolution

 (2006– ) TV Series – History | War
 

​​They came of age in a new world of intoxicating and innovative ideas about human and civil rights, diverse economic systems, and self-government. In a few short years, these men and women would transform themselves into architects of the future through the building of a new nation unlike any that had ever come before.

From the roots of the rebellion and the signing of the Declaration of Independence to victory on the battlefield at Yorktown and the adoption of The United States Constitution, The Revolution tells he remarkable story of this important era in history. Venturing beyond the conventional list of generals and politicians, The History Channel introduces the full range of individuals who helped shape this great conflict, including some of the war's most influential unsung heroes.

Through cinematic recreations, intimate biographical investigations, and provocative political, military, and economic analysis, The Revolution breathes new life into one of the most pivotal periods in American history.