Top 10 awesome shows like The Great Wall of Iron that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching The Great Wall of Iron and you can't get over how good this show was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar shows which are created by the likes of Scott Hicks, Jack Thompson and Anthony Brandon Wong . Here goes the list -

  1. Civil War 360
  2. War Stories with Oliver North
  3. History's Lost & Found
  4. Victoria Cross Heroes
  5. Battle of the Atlantic
  6. Convoy: War for the Atlantic
  7. Battlefields
  8. The Divided Union
  9. Between the Wars
  10. Civil War Journal
  1. Civil War 360

    Civil War 360

    Explores one of the most divisive eras in American history from multiple perspectives.

    This show, created by Molly Hermann, Fritz Klein and Chris Hull, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

    You can watch this on Fubotv and Cbs.

  2. War Stories with Oliver North

    War Stories with Oliver North

    The series recounts combat experiences, from World War II to the present.

    This show, created by Oliver North and Carlo DEste, scores 6.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

    You can watch this on Tubi Tv.

  3. History's Lost & Found

    History's Lost & Found

    The Shroud of Turin. The Wright Brothers' plane. The treasures of King Tut. This is a captivating examination of some of the most famous objects and artifacts in human history. Some are macabre (Abraham Lincoln's deathbed), some priceless (the Declaration of Independence) and some more curious than anything else. Features include {Episode 1:} Einstein's brain, a stuffed-and-mounted philosopher, and the Gettysburg Address; {Episode 2:} the car that carried John F. Kennedy to his death, the wooden gun that John Dillinger used to bluff his way out of jail, and the amputated, stuffed leg of a Civil War general; {Episode 3:} John Paul Jones's body, the London Bridge, and George Washington's wooden teeth; {Episode 4:} Jackie Onassis Kennedy's blood-stained dress, King Herod's tub, Paul Revere's lantern, and footage of the Spanish American War; {Episode 5:} the bus ridden on by Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters, the boat from the movie "The African Queen", an English ruler who lost his head after he was buried, a fire horse who lost his hoof on the way to a fire, and monsters in New Jersey; {Episode 6:} the metal staircase at the U.S. Embassy in Saigon that thousands of evacuees climbed, the tumor taken from Grover Cleveland's throat; {Episode 7-8:} Edison's electric killing machine, Togo the sled dog, Calvin Coolidge's exercise horse, Elvis Presley's purple Cadillac, Ludwig van Beethoven's hearing aid, William Shakespeare's will; {Episode 9:} Lewis & Clark's luggage, the Hollywood sign, faked photographs of fairies, the first vacuum cleaner, and the crew compartment of the ill-fated Challenger Space Shuttle; {Episode 10:} the St. Valentine's Day Massacre wall, the invention of barbed wire, a legless WWII ace who nearly escaped a POW camp on tin limbs, Alan Shepard's golf shot on the moon, the first metal detector, the pressed aluminum disk cut by convicted murderer Lead Belly, and a visit to a Civil War-era Washington, D.C. brothel; {Episode 11:} the stuffed animal that inspired the classic Winnie the Pooh stories and sparked an international controversy, an escape from the prison known as "The Rock", Alfred Packer - the Colorado Cannibal, America's first astronauts - monkeys named Able and Baker, love letters from King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn, and John Wayne on the way to the Alamo; {Episode 12:} the truth behind the death of Jesse James, the guillotine, the barber who killed mob boss Anastasia, Mark Twain's bed, the image of the Marines planting the Stars and Stripes on Mt. Suribachi, the first issue of Mad Magazine and Hugh Hefner's pajamas; {Episode 13:} Imelda Marcos's shoes, Al Capone's Cadillac and Lizzie Borden's ax; {Episode 14:} Buddy Holly's glasses and the original Monopoly board; {Episode 15:} Eva Braun's home movies, the infamous dress Marilyn Monroe wore at JFK's 45th birthday celebration; {Episode 16:} first Apple computer, George Washington's schoolbooks, President Herbert Hoover's invented game called Hooverball, reel-to-reel tapes laid down by Louis Armstrong, and the last New York City Checker cab; {Episode 17:} Andy Warhol's wigs, the funeral bier of Lincoln and Kennedy, a record-breaking car, and the Lone Ranger's mask; {Episode 18:} the letters of Mary Todd Lincoln, the origins of the recreational vehicle, Jayne Mansfield's death car, a surfboard, a musical instrument invented by Benjamin Franklin; {Episode 19:} the remains of the Hindenburg, the Appomattox surrender tables, Ghandi's bloodstained dhoti, the first Zippo lighter, the original text of the Nuremberg laws, Ronald Reagan's booth at Chasen's, and James Dean's motorcycle; {Episode 20:} Joseph Haydn's lost head, Liberace's rhinestone piano, the first cellular phone, Silly Putty, the large shoes of Charlie Chaplin, and the Confederate Constitution; {Episode 21:} Hitler's moveable bunker, the first microwave oven, Jim Thorpe's Olympic medals, Painless Parker's tooth necklace, the Watergate address book, Colonel Sanders's pressure cooker; {Episode 22:} the original La-Z-Boy and Schindler's famous list; {Episode 23:} the death car of General George Patton, the first Academy Award, the U-2 spy plane in which Gary Powers was shot down over the Soviet Union, and the first modern surfboard; {Episode 25:} secret White House tapes made by Lyndon Johnson, the car that got Henry Ford started on the road to his destiny, Elvis Presley's official (and ironic) DEA badge, the story of the remains of the unknown soldier, the first parking meter, and the fans of dancer Sally Rand; {Episode 26:} Rin Tin Tin, Stanley Milgram's Shock Box, the coat Admiral Nelson wore for his final battle, John Lennon's station wagon, and Charlie Parker's plastic saxophone; {Episode 27:} Jack Ruby's gun, the lost squadron of WWII, the original Sun Studio soundboard, the first transistor, the heart of Louis XVII, the original Coke bottle; {Episode 28:} the USS Pampanito, Mark David Chapman's autographed Double Fantasy album, the first Mustang convertible, JFK's missing tooth, Thomas Edison's tinfoil phonograph, and St. Stephen's crown; {Episode 29:} the Spruce Goose, Elvis Presley's guitar, Shackleton's Arctic survivor: the James Caird, George Washington's inaugural Bible, the original TV dinner tray; {Episode 30:} Malcolm X's blood-stained diary, the world's only private subway car, Peter the Great's amber chamber, Pancho Villa's death mask, Bonnie and Clyde's death car, and the log of the Mayflower. In the stories that surround them, history and the human condition are illuminated.

    This show, created by Edward Herrmann, scores 8.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  4. Victoria Cross Heroes

    Victoria Cross Heroes

    A series introduced by HRH The Prince of Wales commemorating 150 years of the Victoria Cross, Britain's highest gallantry award.

    This show, created by Steven Clarke, Prince Charles and Kenneth Cranham, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  5. Battle of the Atlantic

    Battle of the Atlantic

    The story of the World War II effort by Nazi Germany to disrupt Allied shipping with U-boat attacks and the Allied efforts to prevent it.

    This show, created by Chris Broyles and Bill Paterson, scores 7.9 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  6. Convoy: War for the Atlantic

    Convoy: War for the Atlantic

    The story of the World War II Battle of the Atlantic in which Nazi Germany's U-boat fleet attempted to strangle Allied naval shipping.

    This show, created by Paul Copeland, Jamie Lee and Andrew Lambert, scores 7.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  7. Battlefields

    Battlefields

    British military historian Professor Richard Holmes takes the viewer through four major battles of world war two. The Battles of Cassino, El Alamein, Arnhem (Operation Market Garden), & the RAF Bomber Command. An insightful overview of each of these diverse campaigns is given in each of the episodes.

    This show, created by David Wilson, Richard Holmes and Sam Bradshaw, scores 7.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  8. The Divided Union

    The Divided Union

    Historical documentary on the American Civil War (1861-1865) featuring firsthand information from personal diaries, soldiers' letters, reminiscences, personal accounts, photographs, paintings, extensive footage of battlefields and historic locations, as well as interviews with leading historians and writers, and reenactments of many of the key campaigns. All this makes this title an authentic documentary of the Civil War.

    This show, created by Peter Batty, Ed Bishop and Peter Parish, scores 5.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  9. Between the Wars

    Between the Wars

    Series explores the political and diplomatic events and crises between World War I and World War II.

    This show, created by Anthony Potter and Eric Sevareid, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

  10. Civil War Journal

    Civil War Journal

    A documentary series illustrating various episodes of the American Civil War.

    This show, created by Donna E. Lusitana, Brian Pohanka and William C. Davis, scores 8.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Documentary | History | War

    You can watch this on Directv.

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