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  • Premieres Monday at February 10th at 11:00 pm, 10:00 pm BKK/JKT
  • National Geographic Channel


Series will uncover the engineering secrets of 6 iconic megastructures built by the Nazis.


  • Nazi Megastructures: Atlantic Wall
    This is the story of this vast engineering project facing its ultimate test on D-Day.
  • Nazi Megastructures: V2 Rocket Bases
    This is the story of the birth of ballistic missiles and the technological foundations for the space race.
  • Nazi Megastructures: U Boat Base
    To create a safe haven in port for their lethal U-boat submarines, the Nazis built massive, impenetrable concrete submarine pens. Structures too immense to be hidden, they were constructed to withstand direct hits from even the biggest Allied bombs. Such was their size and strength that these pens still survive today, a testament to their engineering.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Fortress Berlin
    The city of Berlin was turned into a citadel to protect Hitler in the end.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hitler's Jet Caves
    Expect the most advanced airplane of World War II.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Super Tanks
    The world sees the largest tank weighing almost one million kilograms thanks to Hitler’s megalomania.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hitler's War In The Skies
    January 1943. With defeat in Russia and North Africa Hitler now has to face a new battle front; the fight for the skies above the Fatherland itself.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hitler's British Invasion Plan
    May 1940. When the Nazi war machine reaches the English Channel, Hitler unveils plans to destroy Britain's air power and troops on their home soil.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hell Island
    To dominate the Pacific, Japan must rule the skies. To do this, they need a runway in the Ocean and don’t intend to let anything stand in their way.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Japan's Death Railway
    As Japan advances into Burma, it builds a 258-mile railway through the toughest terrain known to man to protect its South East Asian empire.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hitler's Desert War
    Armed with one of the most famous generals of WWII, Erwin Rommel, Hitler takes on the Allies in a campaign which will dictate the course of the war.
  • Nazi Megastructures: Hitler's Mediterranean Fortress
    The allied force’s Operation Mincemeat was one of the most audacious deceptions of WWII and ensured a surprise for the Nazis in Sicily.