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Napoleon Bonaparte: Crash Course European History #22
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Napoleon Bonaparte: Crash Course European History #22

Hi I’m John Green and this is Crash Course European History. So, the word revolution is a funny one, because it literally means a full turn of 360 degrees. Like, you end a revolution where you started out. But in

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10 Times U.S. Betrayed the Kurds in History
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10 Times U.S. Betrayed the Kurds in History

Hello everyone and welcome to another video. Due to the recent events between Rojava, US and Turkey, one of our videos has been delayed. However, we recently dropped the video explaining the recent events briefly and now we presentanother video

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How General Grievous Became a Cyborg and His Past Life – Featuring Fact Free
Cannon loading in the eighteenth century
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Cannon loading in the eighteenth century

(Lindy): These are British, 18th century, 24-pounder naval guns. You can tell that they’re naval guns, partly because they have small wheels, which don’t get in the way when you’re trying to get to the gun from the side, but

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Can Mandatory National Service Fix America? With Sebastian Junger
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Can Mandatory National Service Fix America? With Sebastian Junger

All of the archeological and anthropological evidence from prehistory and current day hunter-gatherer societies shows that we’ve thought to live in small groups of 40-50 people, maybe 100-150 people. Those were the typical living sizes based on encampments that have

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Sisters Make History As U.S. Army Generals | NBC Nightly News
A Brief History of the Minimoog Part I
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A Brief History of the Minimoog Part I

It’s 1971. The year of the first microprocessor, the year Walt Disney World opens for business and the year Alan Shepard played golf on the moon. But it was also a time when humble engineers conversed with musicians who were

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