Mankind: The Story of All of Us documentary

Mankind: The Story of All of Us

Mankind: The Story of All Our History is an American documentary television series that premiered on 13 November 2012 in the US and UK and on 14 November 2012 in Asia. The broadcast is narrated by Josh Brolin in the United States by Stephen Fry in the UK and Jack Thompson in Australia and New Zealand. Mediaset aired the program on Italia 1 on 12 July 2013 in Italy. The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times gave positive reviews for the series.



No. Title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(in millions)
1 “Inventors” November 13, 2012 2.14
On an exceptional planet, a remarkable animal variety makes its first strides: Mankind starts. Be that as it may, it’s a world brimming with risk. Compromised by annihilation, we develop to endure, finding fire and cultivating, building urban communities and pyramids, creating an exchange, and acing the craft of war. From humble beginnings, people become the predominant animals on the planet. 
2 “Iron Men” November 13, 2012 N/A
A puzzling band of privateers loots the Mediterranean coast, leaving demolition afterward. Domains fall, however out of the turmoil, we find iron. Outfitted with this marvel metal, customary people can topple dictators and manufacture another world request. From the introduction of the majority rules system in Athens to the production of the Bible in Babylon, individuals’ power reshapes Mankind.
3 “Empires” November 20, 2012 1.82
The torturous killing of Jesus brings forth worldwide religion, however, Christianity may never have occurred without the Roman Empire: the Roman Empire’s huge system of streets and transportation paths permits products and thoughts to stream across three landmasses, permitting Jesus’ message to change Mankind around the globe.
4 “Warriors” November 20, 2012 N/A
At the point when Rome is sacked by savages, Europe enters a Dark Age. Be that as it may, from the edges of the old domain, two new powers revamp the world. The Arabs, supported by a dash for unheard of wealth, join under the standard of Islam. The Vikings revive the urban areas of Europe, travel to America, and become Christian knights. The stage is presently set for a conflict of developments: the Crusades.
5 “Plague” November 27, 2012 N/A
Genghis Khan, the bloodiest warlord ever, clears south from Mongolia into China and makes a strong realm. He leaves 40 million dead bodies afterward. Be that as it may, a more noteworthy executioner stalks Mankind: the Plague. Going along Mongol exchange courses, the sickness unleashes devastation in Asia and Europe, the best organic calamity ever. Be that as it may, the Americas are unaffected and human advancements prosper there in confinement.
6 “Survivors” November 27, 2012 N/A
Gold from Africa launches the resurrection of Europe. Cash streams into Venice, making new open doors for business visionaries ready to face challenges. In China, another weapon, the firearm, permits a worker uprising to bind together the nation. Chinese developments move Europe, prompting the print machine. A great many books are printed. One of them will motivate an excursion to the New World.
7 “New World” December 4, 2012 N/A
The Aztecs have fabricated a forceful domain that overwhelms Central America. Yet, it will be wrecked as a result of a domino impact. 7,000 miles away in advanced Turkey, the incredible exchanging focus of Constantinople is invaded by an Islamic armed force. Europeans race to locate another course to the flavor-rich East. Christopher Columbus lands in America and finds gold. Within 30 years the Aztecs will have prevailed.
8 “Treasure” December 4, 2012 N/A
In the Andes, the Spanish open up the biggest silver mine on the planet and mint a great many pesos de Ocho bits of eight. These coins change the worldwide economy. They fill the money boxes of privateers. They fuel a financial exchange blast and help pay for the Taj Mahal. As exchange blasts, a large number of individuals go to the New World as slaves. Be that as it may, a bunch of Pilgrims comes as pioneers searching for opportunity.
9 “Pioneers” December 11, 2012 N/A
Humanity sets out on another period of investigation and subdues the wild. In North America, Siberia, and Australia old customs are cleared away for the sake of business and science. Inside a hundred years, the nonsensical dread that delivered a witch preliminary in Salem offers a route to an exceptionally sane weep for the opportunity. American progressives stand up to a powerful realm. The fight for the cutting edge world starts.
10 “Revolutions” December 11, 2012 N/A
Two incredible upsets lace. The American Revolution rouses dreams of political and individual freedom. The Industrial Revolution replaces muscle power with machines, liberating Mankind from nature’s cutoff points. In any case, our most established adversary ailment flourishes in modern urban areas. With the American Civil War, the two transformations impact. The world’s first mechanical war, it is a fight to characterize opportunity.
11 “Speed” December 18, 2012 N/A
The finish of the Civil War permits Mankind to go into overdrive. This is a time of development, large scale manufacturing, and good faith. Japan goes from a medieval society to a modern superpower within 50 years. In any case, progress has its clouded side. The interest in elastic demolishes Africa. What’s more, the longing to manufacture greater, quicker, better prompts a titanic calamity
12 “New Frontiers” December 18, 2012 N/A
Humankind expects more prominent forces: to take care of billions of individuals, reshape the scene, re-engineer the human body. Nonetheless, World War II crushed the human populace. In the midst of the disarray, Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan make monstrous realms across Europe and Asia. The best intensity of everything was released over Hiroshima on August sixth, 1945. The Civil Rights Movement happens during the 1960s. Since entering the Atomic Age we’ve been living among time everlasting and obscurity. And yet, we’ve gotten progressively associated as an animal category. 100,000 years prior there were two or three thousand tracker finders on the African savannah. Today there are 7 billion of us on each edge of the globe. It’s been an astounding excursion.


Published By – Kaushlendra Kumar

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