Decisive Battles (2004) TV Series Free Watch

Important battles of world history are explored and recreated with video game visuals.

Year: 2004

Duration: 30 min

Country: USA

Genres: Animation, Documentary, History

Stars: Matthew Settle, Paul Cartledge, Philip Sabin

IMDb: TT0421095

Rating: 7.9/10

Season 1
Season 1
E1. Cannae
Hannibal's victory at the Battle of Cannae, 216 BCE.
1 link 23 Jul 2004
E2. Gaugamela
Alexander's victory over Darius III of Persia at the Battle of Gaugamela, 331 BCE.
1 link 30 Jul 2004
E3. Marathon
Battle of Marathon, 490 BCE.
1 link 06 Aug 2004
E4. Thermopylae
The Battle of Thermopylae, 480 BCE, where a Spartan led Greek army held off a massive Persian army in a narrow valley for days.
13 Aug 2004
E5. Spartacus
Selected battles of the Third Servile War, 73 to 71 BCE.
1 link 05 Apr 2015
E6. Attila the Hun
Battle of Chalons, AD 451: No ruler in history represents the barbarian brutality as much as Attila the Hun, who swept through 5th-century Europe and emerged holding its future in ...
1 link 27 Aug 2004
E7. Crassus: Rich Man, Poor Man
Battle of Carrhae, 53 BCE.
1 link 03 Sep 2004
E8. The Gothic Invasion of Rome
Battle of Adrianople and the Sack of Rome AD 378 to 410: Corruption drove the hungry horde of Visigoths to rebel against Rome and pride drove the Emperor Valens, heading a fracture...
1 link 10 Sep 2004
E9. Hail Caesar!
Battle of Pharsalus, 48 BC: Of all Rome's many battles, perhaps the most important was internal. When Julius Caesar went head-to-head, with Gnaeus Pompey, the outcome would change ...
24 Sep 2004
E10. Birth of the Roman Empire
Battle of Cynoscephalae, 197 BC: In a classic military conflict between two Ancient World superpowers, the great Macedonian phalanx clashed mightily against the heavily fortified R...
1 link 21 Mar 2015
E11. Boudica: Warrior Queen
The British uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire, ending in the Battle of Watling Street, 61 CE.
1 link 08 Oct 2004
E12. Ramses II
Battle of Kadesh, 1274 BCE.
1 link 15 Oct 2004
E13. Herman the German
Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, 9 CE.
22 Oct 2004
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