The second episode in the rerun of this epic 26-part series.
How Archduke Franz Ferdinand's assassination in Sarajevo on 28 June 1914 led to a breakdown in international diplomacy, and ultimately, war.
In 1916 Sir Roger Casement was sentenced to hang as a British traitor, despite appeals for leniency. But were the so-called "Black Diaries" that helped secure his death genuine, or were they M15 forgeries to blacken his name?
A tale of fanaticism and betrayal set in a West Bank settlement. A rabbi's daughter must choose between the man she loves and the man her father wants her to fall in love with. Starring Aki Avni and Idan Alterman.
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