The tunnel entrances can still be found at Berga today. They were once linked to Hitler's wonder weapons.
Over 23,000 GI's were captured in the Battle of the Bulge. A select few, mainly Jewish GI's, were separated out and sent to work and die in Berga Concentration Camp.
Both civilian Holocaust prisoners and American GI's set out on the Death March from Berga. Most perished.
When liberated, many of Berga's surviving GI's had lost half their body weight. They suffered the highest mortality rate of all Allied POWs in the entire Second World War.
Secretary of State Clinton greets US servicemen at the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The Clinton team visits the Badshahi Mosque, in Lahore, Pakistan, thought to be one of the most beautiful in all the world.
On this trip, Steve Hoggard and Ryan Hill circumnavigate the globe with Secretary Hillary Clinton's team on a whirlwind, 4-day junket.
Steve Hoggard Interviews Secretary of State Hillary Clinton back at State Department headquarters in Washington, DC.
Secretary Clinton engages in quiet discussion with Afghan president Hamid Kharzai.
Clinton engages in public diplomacy in Pakistan advocating one of her most fervent causes: women's empowerment.
Secretary Clinton's morning staff briefing back at State.
On a separate trip, Secretary Clinton rushes to Israel to put out a diplomatic fire.
The Arnold Brower crew sets out onto the Arctic sea ice.
Steve Hoggard waiting in the whale blind with the Brower boys.
Whaling 'captain' Arnold Brower is one of Barrow's most respected Elders. With 13 children and more than 100 grandchildren he connects past and present like no other. By film's end, this amazing man would perish through thin river ice.
Ryan Hill gathers aerials over Barrow and the Arctic ice shelf.
Marine biologists Craig George shows us an indigenous harpoon tip recovered from a bowhead in a recent hunt. The flinting technology reflected in the tip went out of use by indigenous people here more than 150 years ago.
Found embedded in a whale in a recent hunt, the tip adds proof that bowhead live as long as 200 years... Not news to the Eskimos who always claimed bowhead, 'live two human lifetimes'... Until recently, most scientists thought this was a joke...
Lewis Brower is on shift, waiting for Bowhead to appear 'in the lead' in the land of the midnight sun.
Inupiat Whaling Captain Margaret Opie.
Villagers of Barrow head out to the sea ice to help pull up the whale.
Scientists used to think that Inupiat stories about the ecosystem here were nothing more than indigenous fairy tales... They've since come to realize that Inupiat insight is critical to understanding the Arctic.
Butchering the catch.
Steve Hoggard with Lewis Brower at the whale harvest.
Cheryl Rosa is a marine biologist in Barrow. Her teams heads out to every bowhead taken in the hunt making them the most intensely studied baleen whales on earth.
Barrow whale hunters strip off muktuk to feed the village.
Jenny Brower invites people in for the whale feast.
After a successful hunt, the village is invited to the feast. The elderly are given a special portion. Folks here still rely heavily on local game for nutrition.
Winston's daughters and nieces serve as flower girls for the latest Bountiful wedding.
Joseph Smith claimed that god commanded him to engage in polygamy but didn't tell his first wife or his followers until several years after the revelation. Initially Smith claimed god only allowed him to engage in polygamy. But later, he said god changed the commandment to approve polygamy for all Mormon men.
Winston with one of his 100-plus children...
Two of the Blackmore women. In all, Winston has more than 23 sister-wives but the family is circumspect as to the exact number.
These photos of Jeffs 'marrying' girls as young as 11 were used by prosecutors during his trial. Jeffs is now serving a life sentence in federal prison.
Self proclaimed FLDS 'prophet' Warren Jeffs with one of his many child brides. Jeffs once also served as 'prophet' to the polygamists of Bountiful.
Winston driving to one of his many business concerns.
Winston Blackmore overlooks some of the land he and his breakaway polygamist community own in Bountiful, Canada.
Deronte works in class at the SEA School.
Father Stan Bosch has been working with gang-involved youth in Compton for 30 years now.
Poo's gang shows off their arsenal.
The shooting death of Brandon Bullard unexpectedly triggered the gang war during filming.
Brandon Bullard's young daughter kisses her father goodbye for the last time.
Gang leader Looney unexpectedly turns a Tech-9 on Ryan.
At 16, Everardo has already been wounded by gang violence and, according to him, wounded others. One of his greatest hopes is to get his little brother out of gang life.
Father Stan works hard to get gang-involved kids to talk about the violence in their lives and help them learn to dream in a place where so many kids find it impossible to do so.
Deronte escapes life on the street through music. He's hoping to go to college in the fall.
Poo is looked up to as a father figure by his little homies. And like many in Compton, his journey into gang life began when his big brother was killed in a gang drive-by.
Too blown away to know how to react.
City Engineer Bob Harberg shows us a bridge designed to break away and swing to the side like a giant gate in heavy flooding.
North of Boulder, the Town of Lyons was devastated by the September floods. This trailer park was entirely destroyed.
Above Boulder, the mountain town of Salida saw enormous destruction. In the dead of night, a mudslide caved in the back of this house, pinning two occupants beneath mud and rock.
Boulder Creek is the jewel that runs through this Colorado city.
The Gilbert White Memorial stands by Boulder Creek and the downtown Farmer's Market.
Funding for this project came from the Rockefeller Foundation.
The 'Gabriel Revelation Stone' reassembled...
A Roman nail was driven thru a cadaver heel in this crucifixion experiment.
Filming inside the Israeli Antiquities Authority artifact facility. Thousand of ossuaries from the time of Jesus have been unearthed. These small coffins contained the bones of loved ones.
Overlooking Jerusalem's Old City and the Dome of the Rock from the Mount of Olives.
Steve Hoggard interviews archeologist Byron McCane outside a burial tomb in Jerusalem.
The Arch of Titus in Rome celebrates the looting of the Temple in Jerusalem.
Steve Hoggard interviews Pnina Schor, Lead Curator of the Dead Sea Scrolls Laboratory in Israel.
Ryan Hill films from atop the Western Wall in the Garden of David.
Steve Hoggard's crew rigs a camera jib outside the entrance of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Later we shot in the catacombs beneath the structure.
Hoggard cameraman Carlos Hernandez floats up to the first fully submersible drug sub DEA has ever captured in Colombia.
On this early model, 'mad max' semi-sub, three funnels direct diesel exhaust down toward the water, thereby reducing the sub's heat signature to law enforcement planes in the skies above. It could carry about 5 tons of cocaine worth over $100 million dollars.
When USCG choppers mounted with .50 caliber sniper rifles began knocking out cocaine 'Go Fast' speedboats skimming the surface of the water, narco-traffickers needed to find a better way...
DEA sub hunter 'Tony' prepares to enter a seized cocaine sub. Evidence from the Italian tractor-trailer engine inside could help lead to the builder.
The first cocaine subs couldn't really submerge. They were chopped down boat hulls, sealed overhead with water-proofed materials and weighted down into the sea so just their 'pilot' house sat above surface...
The city of Medellin remains a major hub for cocaine traffickers moving product north.
The morning after the attack. This is all that remains of the team's up-armored communications humvee after being hit by an IED.
The Hoggard crew prepares to board the CH-47 Chinook that will take them from Kandahar to Firebase Cobra.
Surrounding Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan offers stunning scenery. The Taliban use many hilltops to 'keep eyes' on US patrols, passing on the information via walkie talkie.
Steve Hoggard catches some sleep aboard a CH-47 packed with a resupply of ammo and grenades.
Steve Hoggard talks with Green Beret comm sergeant 'Chris' before heading outside the wire at Firebase Cobra.
Steve Hoggard carries spare batteries from one gun truck to another while filming a combat patrol...
Suddenly, elders from the surrounding villages appeared at Firebase Cobra's gates, wanting to negotiate with the Green Beret Team.
Educators across Afghanistan have been attacked by the Taliban, especially those who teach girls.
Green Beret Captain 'Rob' directs the Hoggard camera crew to follow two men into the suspected Taliban compound.
The Hoggard crew follows the Green Berets into an Afghan compound they suspect of harboring a Taliban bomb-maker.
Six hours from base, the Green Berets take this suspected Taliban spotter into custody.
An Afghan National Army soldier interrogates the suspected spotter.
An Afghan elder at the impromptu 'jirga' held at Firebase Cobra.