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Christmas in Germany | German Girl in America

Christmas in Germany | German Girl in America

Here we go! Einen freulichen ersten Advent – Happy first Advent Sunday! Hallo-Servus and welcome back to my Youtube channel. My Name is Felicia, I’m originally from Munich Germany, but I have been living in Cincinnati, Ohio for about three Years now. So Christmas is around the Corner as you can see; I already brought out the Christmas-tree, I’m wearing Winter-sweaters, I have my little Christmas Santa Friend here, and, even though Christmas is celebrated in both Germany and the…

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ABSTINENCE-ONLY?! Sex Education USA vs. Germany | German Girl in America

ABSTINENCE-ONLY?! Sex Education USA vs. Germany | German Girl in America

S: It was like don’t have sex for marriage… N:They had a pregnancy class for the girls who were pregnant… G:We would literally look at pictures of diseased genitalia… Hallo, Servus and welcome back to my youtube channel. My name is Felicia, I’m originally from Munich Germany, but I have been living in Cincinnati, Ohio for about 3 years now. Those of you who have seen my video on dating differences already kind of know what today’s video is going…

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Bavarian Soviet Republic Р1919 Economy and Reconstruction I BEYOND THE GREAT WAR

Bavarian Soviet Republic Р1919 Economy and Reconstruction I BEYOND THE GREAT WAR

Hi, I’m Jesse Alexander and welcome to the Beyond the Great War, the monthly episode where we answer questions from viewers like you. Vorusian Gambit asks: Are you going to cover the Bavarian Revolution? Arguably, it was a lot more consequential politically and in terms of its long-term effects than the Spartacus Uprising in January 1919? Well Mr or Ms Gambit, we would love to. Alright, here we go: In spring 1919, for a few weeks there was actually a…

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Tens of thousands rally against nationalism before EU votes

Tens of thousands rally against nationalism before EU votes

Tens of thousands of demonstrators opposed to right-wing populism and nationalism took to the streets in a number of European cities before May 23-26 elections to the European Parliament Marches in Germany were held under the banner of “One Europe for Everyone: Your Voice Against Nationalism” in cities including Berlin, Cologne, Leipzig, Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg Organizers from more than 70 groups support the European Union, but also urge changes in migration policy such as support for refugee rescue missions…

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Question Your Blind Nationalism

Question Your Blind Nationalism

Are you proud of your nationality? I was born in Brazil, for example. Am I proud to be a Brazilian? Do I feel myself as a Brazilian? I lived 25 years of my life in Brazil But I also lived a year in Hungary and a year in Germany where I’m currently still residing And I consider these two international experience really important for my understanding of what being a Brazilian might actually mean This sounds a bit contradictory, right?…

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Living in and coping with world risk society – 42nd St. Gallen Symposium

Living in and coping with world risk society – 42nd St. Gallen Symposium

well thank you very much for staying here in this darkroom not attending the nice Sun outside in my lecture I want to ask the question what does living in and coping with word with society mean the best way to start is with one example a couple of years ago the US Congress established an expert Commission to develop a language or symbolism capable of warning against the threats posed by American nuclear waste that's ten thousand years from…

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Politics & Olympics | Free Word

Politics & Olympics | Free Word

there have been a number of times throughout Olympic history when individual athletes have made political gestures to draw attention to particular situations from the two most famous are Cathy Freeman in 2007 II Cathy Freeman's an Australian runner of Aboriginal origin and when she won she deliberately carried both an Australian and an Aboriginal flag with her the other most famous one probably comes from 1968 when a number of black American athletes particularly Smith and Carlos used the…

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