Her name is synonymous with the French monarchy and all its excesses, but there is more to the story of Marie Antoinette than the simple tale of how a frivolous sovereign helped provoke the uprising that became the French Revolution. Acclaimed documentary filmmaker David Grubin paints a surprising portrait of a courageous figure and traces her journey from the splendors of a childhood in the mighty Austro-Hungarian Empire to a French guillotine.
yearslaterwewouldremember.com – From Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Martin Kent, this fleshes out the story with material Spielbergs film left out. Learn about the origins and aftermath of the man who joined the Nazi party and came to Krakow, Poland as a war profiteer, but found his humanity and risked his life to save 1200 Jews. (Originally aired on A&Es Biography.)