History Shows You Can Watch for Free with Amazon Prime

Love history shows? Amazon has a surprising selection of them free with with Prime.

Amazon Prime is a subscription service that bundles together a free monthly book for your kindle, unlimited streaming of selected videos and free two-day shipping on millions of Amazon’s products (including lots of great genealogy items) for one flat yearly fee of $99.

The service if not for everyone, but if you enjoy digital media and do some online shopping it can present a very good deal, especially if you take advantage of their 30 day free trial.

Amazon’s videos can be watched on just about any computer, tablet or other device with a high speed internet connection and Amazon has a great history selection with a Prime membership or trial. Enjoying these videos can definitely be a fun way to boost your history knowledge! 

Here are 10 of the most popular prime selections:

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Image credit: Walter Cronkite on television during 1st presidential debate between Ford and Carter, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1976

6 thoughts on “History Shows You Can Watch for Free with Amazon Prime”

  1. Is pawn stars one of those “free” shows ? , we should be paid to allow that crap to our property line, never in our home

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