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Stalingrad.

Directed by German film director Joseph Vilsmaier and released in 1993, Stalingrad is a war film that strives to recreate in brutally honest fashion the historically true battle of Stalingrad of World War 2.

Mongol.

The story of Genghis Khan presented through the eyes of noted Russian film maker Sergei Bodrov.

A Bridge Too Far.

Based on the historically true military operation 'Market Garden' that was the largest airborne operation of World War II.

Battle of Britain.

The biggest, baddest aerial conflict of World War II fought between the Royal Air Force and the German Luftwaffe.

The Motorcycle Diaries.

Perhaps, the most famous of all road trips. And one that transformed a young medical student into the iconic revolutionist Che Guevara. Download to watch.

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.

A swashbuckling high seas adventure set in the time frame of the Napoleonic wars starring Russel Crow.

Baburnama.

Written in Babur’s own native tongue of Chagatai (a now extinct Turkic dialect), translated into Persian and then finally into English, Baburnama, is more than the autobiography of the first Mughal emperor.

The Penguin History of the World.

History of the World, 6th edition, is what one can possibly hope for in a history book - an up to date product of two eminent historians of the 21st century, historical accuracy and available in a handheld size.

The Blue Nile.

Authored by a World War 2 correspondent, The Blue Nile is a history classic that takes readers on a vividly descriptive journey of the river Nile.

Zulu Dawn.

A historical war film based on the battle of Isandlwana, South Africa, between the Zulu Kingdom and British Empire.