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The Hungarian Romanian War & The Downfall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic I THE GREAT WAR 1919

The Hungarian Romanian War & The Downfall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic I THE GREAT WAR 1919

This episode of The Great War is sponsored by Mack Wheldon. Mack Wheldon make Men’s clothing that focuses on high quality, well designed basics for every occasion. We spend long days here in the studio filming of The Great War, and I need my clothing to be comfortable and durable, plus I want to look good for the camera. In their very easy to use webshop we picked Mack Wheldon’s under shirts and this button down shirt I am wearing…

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How the Post Office Made America

How the Post Office Made America

This Wendover Productions video was made possible by Away. Get $20 off the perfect suitcase from Away with the code “Wendover” at checkout. The Post Office Made America. It’s an ambitious claim, I know, but without it the United States as we know it today would not exist. As author Winifred Gallagher eloquently pointed out in her book, “How the Post Office Created America,” in the years following the American Revolution, one didn’t say, “the United States is,” they said,…

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RAPUNZEL | “High Culture Society” | Crypt TV Extended Universe | Creepypasta

RAPUNZEL | “High Culture Society” | Crypt TV Extended Universe | Creepypasta

(dark dramatic music) – [Narrator] When I first sent out the invitations for the picnic, I thought there was no way I’d get any responses. But they surprised me. Each one, quickly sending back their RSVP. It was meant to be a simple tea party, nothing too fancy. Just a chance for a few ladies to get together and enjoy a lovely afternoon in a meadow somewhere. Once I had a list of attendees, I realized it actually made a…

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Top-ranked in the nation | Oregon State Ecampus

Top-ranked in the nation | Oregon State Ecampus

The national ranking of Oregon State actually had a huge part of why I chose Ecampus. There were a lot of different options but I wanted to, at the end of my graduation, not just graduate with a degree but from a prestigious university. I chose the OSU Ecampus after doing pretty extensive online research. Oregon State consistently was ranked very high and that had a large impact on me choosing them to pursue my degree here. I was actually…

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8. Dynamite Club: The Anarchists

8. Dynamite Club: The Anarchists

Professor John Merriman: I’m going to talk about anarchism today, and especially I’m going to talk about the life and death of one guy, somebody I don’t admire, Émile Henry; but, in a way he represents some aspects of the origin of modern terrorism in late nineteenth-century Paris. And, I guess if you’re going to write a book about somebody it’s not a bad idea to pick someone who only lived to be age twenty-one, because it makes for a…

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How Ford Built America – The Man Behind The Automobile

How Ford Built America – The Man Behind The Automobile

Henry Ford: one of the most influential American industrialists. Through his company Henry transformed American life and in this video we’re gonna learn how he did it starting from the very beginning. This video is brought to you by Audible and a big part of it is based on Henry Ford’s biography, which you can listen to for free on Audible if you register for a free trial with the link in the description. You should also check out Real…

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Our Commitment to an Open Society in Russia

Our Commitment to an Open Society in Russia

When I think back on the collapse of the Soviet system, you could clearly distinguish between right and wrong or black and white. The Soviet system was black. And therefore, a move towards a more open society was white. As you moved towards a more open society, the white became shades of gray. And now, you have a new form of what you might call “closed society.” In Russia, 30 years ago, George believed that there were possibilities to help…

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When is Thanksgiving? Colonizing America: Crash Course US History #2

When is Thanksgiving? Colonizing America: Crash Course US History #2

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course US History, and today we’re going to tell the story of how a group of plucky English people struck a blow for religious freedom, and founded the greatest, freest and fattest nation the world has ever seen. [Libertage] These Brits entered a barren land containing no people, and quickly invented the automobile, baseball and Star Trek and we all lived happily ever after. Mr. Green, Mr. Green, if it is really that…

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How The US Got Its 50th State: American Conquest of Hawaii

How The US Got Its 50th State: American Conquest of Hawaii

Out of the 50 states Hawaii is the one state that has largely doubt mentioned in much capacity in regards to Zach position and later statehood and outside the bombing of Pearl Harbor 1941 Isn’t really mentioned much at all in detail But how exactly did America get its 50th state in this video. We’ll be answering just that question The settlement of Hawaii is debate to some degree with ranges of settlement from 50 AC e All the way…

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The Animated History of Australia

The Animated History of Australia

This episode is brought to you by skillshare. The first five hundred viewers who sign up using the link below get two months of skillshare absolutely free Aristotle, Ptolemy and Macrobius believed that there was far too much land in the Northern hemisphere and that there must be some undiscovered continent balancing the globe somewhere in the south okay, so the logic was a little flawed but during the age of discovery the search was on for ‘terra australis incognito’…

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