The Men Who Built America

  • 7.0
  • :
  • : 8
  • : 45



A New War Begins
Out of the turmoil of the Civil War, America enters an age of enlightenment that will change the landscape of the country forever. The growth is driven by five insightful men who will change the world forever.
Bloody Battles
As it recovers from the Civil War, America undertakes the largest building phase of the country s history. While much of the growth is driven by railroads and oil, it's built using steel.
Changing the Game
The steel and oil have forever changed the face of America, but they are just the beginning. JP Morgan arrives on the scene and expedites growth through finance.
When One Ends, Another Begins
Railroads, oil, steel and electricity have all been harnessed in less than 50 years, but the face of America is changing and will never be the same.
A New Rival Emerges
The revolt of his workers at the Homestead steelworks and the assassination attempt against his partner, the brutal Henry Frick, brought the king of steel, Andrew Carnegie, to a big .. show full overview
A Market to Conquer
Disgusted that the alternating current, the invention of Nikola Tesla, supplants the direct current which he had developed, Thomas Edison devotes himself to the manufacture of the first .. show full overview
Control of the White House
In 1896, as the presidential election approached, the democratic candidate William Jennings Bryan echoed the anger of the American people, promising to hold the elites to account and to .. show full overview
The American Dream
At the head of the United States from 1901 to 1909, Roosevelt continued his anti-trust policy. After the empire of the banker and industrialist JP Morgan, he tackled the Standard Oil of .. show full overview