Season 1, Episode 10
Green Beret Terry Schappert reveals the origin of his own American warrior culture, the U.S. Special Forces: The Alamo Scouts, an elite reconnaissance unit that operated behind enemy lines during World War II. Terry not only tests weapons like the Thompson submachine gun and M1 Garand, he demonstrates their guerilla tactics. These unconventional fighting skills led to a daring POW rescue that made the Alamo Scouts legendary.
Season 1, Episode 9
Big Island & Oahu, 1790s: Warring chieftains engage in brutal inter-tribal battles for domination of the Hawaiian archipelago. Green Beret Terry Schappert delves into the brutal culture of the Hawaiian warrior, including the deadly martial arts, vicious shark tooth combat weapons and the rituals of human sacrifice that allowed a warrior king to dominate the islands.
Season 1, Episode 8
South Africa, 1879: At the Battle of Isandlwana, Zulu warriors overwhelm an occupying British army. It was Britain's Little Bighorn--England's worst defeat at the hands of a colonial force. Travel the globe alongside modern-day warrior, SFC Terry Schappert, and go inside the culture of some of the most famous warriors of all time to explore their weaponry, tactics and, ultimately, their psyche.
Premieres March 12 at 10pm/9c on HISTORY, hosted by modern day warrior Terry Schappert. Every episode tells the dramatic story of one of the world's iconic warriors; Vikings, Aztecs, Barbarians - using their personal story as a vehicle to delve deep into a particular warrior culture. From Spartans to Samurai, Zulus to Medieval Knights. In every episode, we'll cover the culture's weapons, rituals, technology and tactics. Become a fan of the new series on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Warriors-on-HISTORY/47031052643
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