• Fort Aguada Goa History And Timings
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    Fort Aguada Goa History And Timings

    What we seeing here in front its Aguada Fort gate.Usually Opens at 8am and close at 5.30pm. from here one can see good sunset view. This fort made by portuguese in 1612 to protect against Bristish and marathas empire. This fort also used for drinking water supply to ships and boats passing near by. This Aguada Fort main purpose is to supply fresh water to boats or ships. Due to Fresh water supply that is why its fort got its name Aguada. Aguada means fresh water. This fort is one of the biggest fort for storing water in whole asia that time. This fort is one of the prime and…

  • History Talks: Willoughby & Chippawa 2015
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    History Talks: Willoughby & Chippawa 2015

    I just think about, mentioning how, people had to put up with so much. All the way from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake and then of course this little area It was where all the military traveled, all of the Natives, years ago there, traveled. The waterway, the First Welland Canal, the ships went out to Lake Erie. And then all of the War of 1812, the Fenians- Oh, Rebellion first, and then the Fenians, and then as we went along, there is so much that happened in this area. It’s just amazing. I grew up in the city for eleven years, and then the rest of the time after that…

  • ΕΚΤΑΚΤΟ | Στη φυλακή οδηγούνται μετανάστες που εισήλθαν παράνομα στην Ελλάδα – (29.2.2020)[Eng subs]
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    ΕΚΤΑΚΤΟ | Στη φυλακή οδηγούνται μετανάστες που εισήλθαν παράνομα στην Ελλάδα – (29.2.2020)[Eng subs]

    According to the website, «News of Thrace», 17 Afghans, men and women, who were arrested in the Evros region, because they illegally crossed the Greek-Turkish border and entered into the Greek territory, they were condemned to 3.5 years in prison without suspended sentence and a fine of 4,000 euros. All 17 are sent to prison. With this court ruling, Greece sends a clear message to all immigrants, who wish to enter illegally into the Greek territory , that not only that will not be allowed but that the consequences of doing so will be heavy.

  • 대한민국 임시정부 석오 이동녕, 그는 누구인가? | 일제강점기 김구와 안창호가 가장 존경한 독립운동가
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    대한민국 임시정부 석오 이동녕, 그는 누구인가? | 일제강점기 김구와 안창호가 가장 존경한 독립운동가

    Subscribe and Like! “The only person I was loved by my teacher was me.” -Baek Beom Kim Gu (Baek Beom Ilji) “I will do good things in the forefront, but I will be honored to give credit and honor to others.” -Testimony of Provisional State Council Member Just curious to search 1919 means a lot to Koreans. It was a year when the long lived movement was developed all over the country and the nation’s earnest desire for liberation was gathered. Many who lost their country due to the inequality treaty between Japan and the Korean Empire came out on the streets, flying the national flag, and shouting national independence.…

  • World War One – Episode 1. Documentary Film. Historical Reenactment. StarMedia. English Subtitles
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    World War One – Episode 1. Documentary Film. Historical Reenactment. StarMedia. English Subtitles

    Autumn of 1914. A troop train was on its way from Odessa Overcrowded coaches were filled with soldiers and bursting from loud chatter, letting a young 15 year old boy go completely unnoticed as he hid underneath the bunks. With nothing but a bundle of dried bread and a change of clothes, the boy was in pursuit of his dream to become a real hero, whatever it took. An new kind of war had come to Russia Unlike any war humankind had seen before. A war of machines and airplanes… The first war of armored battleships and gigantic zeppelins… The first war of tanks and poison gas… This young boy…

  • PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 1, 2020
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    PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode March 1, 2020

    >>Sreenivasan: ON THIS EDITION FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 1: A LOOK AHEAD TO WHAT’S AT STAKE ON SUPER TUESDAY. NEW CONCERNS OVER THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK. AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT: THE LEGACY OF PHOTOGRAPHER JIM MARSHALL LIVES ON THROUGH HIS ICONIC IMAGERY. NEXT ON “PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.”>>PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND IS MADEPOSSIBLE BY:BERNARD AND IRENE SCHWARTZ.SUE AND EDGAR WACHENHEIM III.THE CHERYL AND PHILIP MILSTEINFAMILY.ROSALIND P. WALTER.BARBARA HOPE ZUCKERBERG.CHARLES ROSENBLUM.WE TRY TO LIVE IN THE MOMENT,TO NOT MISS WHAT’S RIGHT INFRONT OF US.AT MUTUAL OF AMERICA, WEBELIEVE TAKING CARE OF TOMORROWCAN HELP YOU MAKE THE MOST OFTODAY.MUTUAL OF AMERICA FINANCIALGROUP, RETIREMENT SERVICES ANDINVESTMENTS.>>CONSUMER CELLULAR OFFERS NO CONTRACT WIRELESS PLANS THAT ARE DESIGNED TO…

  • Storm of the Century – the Blizzard of ’49
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    Storm of the Century – the Blizzard of ’49

    – [Announcer] Your support helps us bring you programs you love. Go to wyomingpbs.org, click on support and become a sustaining member or an annual member. It’s easy and secure. Thank you. (white noise) (electronic drone) – [Voiceover] Please do not adjust your television. The following program is brought to you in beautiful black and white. A good Sunday morning to all you cowpokes, and Happy New Year 1949. Your weather forecast for January 2nd calls for partly cloudy skies, with highs in the 30s, and the possibility of some snow flurries in the mountains. Safe travels, partners. (swinging jazz music) (wind moans) – [Voiceover] On Sunday afternoon, January 2nd,…

  • ESCAPE FROM SOBIBOR (1988) – 1080p – 🎬 Full movie – Optional english subtitles
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    ESCAPE FROM SOBIBOR (1988) – 1080p – 🎬 Full movie – Optional english subtitles

    – In 1942, SS chief Heinrich Himmler initiated Operation Reinhardt, Nazi Germany’s final solution to the Jewish question. Three death camps were built and staffed under top secret orders. These camps, all in eastern Poland, were Belzec, Treblinka and the most secret Sobibor. Sobibor, it was here on October 14th, 1943, that the biggest, most successful prisoner revolt in World War II took place. This is that story. – Did you speak to them? – Yes, Leon. – But they’re still going to do it. Leon, Leon. – What’s going on? – We’re assigned to the vegetable lot today. While you’re all at the station, we are going to go.…

  • Visit London City Guide
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    Visit London City Guide

    So Hello from London! Time for a new destination. This is a city that I haven’t visited in almost 4 years and it is actually Sam’s very first time here. So we’re both very excited to be in London. And we’re going to be making a little video guide. Actually a really big video guide because we plan on showing you 50 different things to do around London. So let’s get started. London is one of the most visited cities in the whole world, and it’s easy to see why. It is vibrant, it is exciting, and there’s something to do every single night of the week. You could spend…

  • Contemporary and Traditional African Dance in Oakland | If Cities Could Dance | KQED Arts
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    Contemporary and Traditional African Dance in Oakland | If Cities Could Dance | KQED Arts

    Oakland is totally different than any place I’ve ever been. Love is just a big factor that I see. Through my dance, I totally want to keep energizing this place. I’m Frankie Lee Peterson III. My brand is .fLEE dance. I grew up in North Carolina. Came out here four years ago. There’s a feeling I get inside like when you’re at home by yourself, and you have your music on and you’re just like, everything is coming from my soul and my soul is being poured out. I’ve had ballet training, but my main influences are house dance, a little bit of African, liturgical dance which is a form…