Time to Remember (2010– )
A look at the progression of aviation in the first half of the 20th century.
28 Sep. 2010Stage and Screen
A behind the scenes look at the entertainment of the 1920's and 1930's and how it evolved to meet social tastes.
An illusion of the tragic events that made up World War 1 and World War 2.
Footage of influential suffragette Emily Davison and tennis player Suzanne Lenglen illustrates how women's roles changed in the early 20th century.
Innovations and accomplishments that pushed the boundaries in the 20th century include early tank warfare and Scott's expedition to Antarctica.
Explore the lives of European royals through footage of Queen Victoria, Edward VII, Tsar Nicholas II, Victor Emmanuel, Franz Josef, and George V.
The leisure activities of a more innocent era are revealed through footage of regattas, seaside escapades, fairgrounds, and the Royal Ascot in 1919.
High hopes for lasting peace after World War I and the terrifying descent into another world war are illustrated by historic newsreel footage.
Crime is the lead story in these newsreels of such American gangsters as John Dillinger and Al Capone, and in footage of the Lindbergh baby trial.
On the home front during the world wars, elephants perform farm labor, Londoners take cover in the Underground, and children prepare for gas attacks.
Men and women around the globe break records of all kinds, including flyer Amelia Earhart, race car drive Malcolm Campbell, and aviator Jean Batten.