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How the world made America

Every era begins with the human will to move. During the 1880s, half the Jews in Russia moved to New York City. One in three Scandinavians migrated to America to become our first lumberjacks. The Great Potato Famine emptied Ireland, giving the railroad ty coons in America two million migrant workers. In Human Journey (WT), History uncovers the great forces that set mankind in motion. Its an epic, premium, global documentary about the greatest migrations of all time, and the repercussions that they have had culturally, sociologically, and politically on our present nation. Anchored by high end graphics and based on real research that piece together the patterns of migration over 70,000 years, it will emphasize the massive movements of people that have occurred since the Industrial Revolution. It includes "wow" facts and surprising information that piece together how we all got here.