• 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…

  • Tasting German Military MRE (Meal Ready to Eat)
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    Tasting German Military MRE (Meal Ready to Eat)

    What’s up everybody! Welcome back to my laboratory, where safety is number one priority. Today we’re going to be tasting German MRE. This is actually been sent by fan and he actually send me a huge amount of different types of MREs, so I gotta give him a huge shootout. His YouTube channel is Edwin Sarkissian, link is in description, go click on it, and go check out his channel and if you like his channel please subscribe to him. Alright German MRE feels pretty heavy you know what, it might be not just for… one meal it could be like all day ration, so let’s open it up and…

  • Most Powerful European Militaries  – Military / Army Comparison in 2019
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    Most Powerful European Militaries – Military / Army Comparison in 2019

    This episode is brought to you by Dashlane; Try Dashlane Premium free for 30 days at www.dashlane.com/infographics and never forget another password and keep all your online accounts secure! For centuries Europe has been a global military juggernaut, and throughout the 15th and 20th centuries its armies and navies dominated the world. Yet after two disastrous world wars, the European powers saw their former empires collapse, and along with them much of their global clout. Today, Europe remains amongst the preeminent military powers, but no European nation can even come close to matching their former might. Today we’re going to take a look at the top ten military powers in…

  • Why Does The U.S. Have So Many Military Bases Overseas?
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    Why Does The U.S. Have So Many Military Bases Overseas?

    Recently, citizens of Okinawa, Japan protested the United States’ military presence on the island. Most were concerned that a Marine Corps base posed a danger to nearby residents, and some held signs saying “ get out marines!” But Japan is not the only country currently hosting US defense forces. So how many military bases does the U.S. have? Politifact found that in 2011, there were US military personnel in 148 countries, and there were roughly 662 US bases officially listed, around the world. But the amount of American military personnel and bases on foreign land varied widely. Nations like Mongolia, Togo, Suriname and Gabon, may have less than 10 officials…

  • Student Interns Interview Holocaust Survivors: Hanne Liebmann and Janee Clark
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    Student Interns Interview Holocaust Survivors: Hanne Liebmann and Janee Clark

    – Alright, Janie, you interviewed Hanne Liebmann. Why don’t you start off and tell us about Hanne. – Okay, hello everyone, my name is Janeé Clark. And, I would like to thank Dr. Flug, for giving me the opportunity to do this internship. I was, I was partnered with Hanne Liebmann, a wonderful, strong, woman. I must say strong, because this lady is amazing. First off, during the interview, she was screaming at me cause I was, I didn’t really know about the Holocaust, so much, because in school, it wasn’t really established, like, one of the interns said in the beginning. However, she made sure I pick up a…

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    Germany vs Poland – Who Would Win – Military Comparison

    Germany and Poland are presently enjoying peace, but it wasn’t always that way. Separated by a 290 mile border (467 km) – once said to be the most policed border on the planet – the two nations have at various times been the worst of enemies. The Treaty of Versailles handed former German territories to Poland after the First World War, which rankled Germany to the extreme. This was one of the reasons for the invasion of Poland in 1939. 16 days later, the Soviets invaded Poland from the other side of the country. You could say this was the start of some difficult times for the Polish. Poland now…

  • Civico Museo della Risiera di San Sabba – Trieste [ENG]
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    Civico Museo della Risiera di San Sabba – Trieste [ENG]

    the Risiera of San Saba was built at the end of the 19th century as a rice husking facility and later became the only concentration camp on current Italian territory which was provided with a crematorium, it was called a policia a flogger, police detention camp by the Nazis and had three functions first eliminating captives, partisans, italian slovenian croatian political, prisoners and in some part jews, secondly sorting and transporting political and racial deportees to other concentration camps of the Reich, generally Dachau, Buchenwald and Mauthausen, for political deportees Auschwitz and then Bergen Belsen for the Jews and lastly stocking the goods that were stolen from Jewish communities along…

  • Germany vs France – Who Would Win – Army / Military Comparison
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    Germany vs France – Who Would Win – Army / Military Comparison

    For the last 60 years, European nations have been enjoying, for the most part, relative peace and stability. Though, for two millennia prior, this part of the world saw almost continual conflict. Two such nations with a long history of conflict are France and Germany. While the modern spectator of international relations would tell you that presently these two countries don’t harbor any apparent enmity, for centuries past they were almost devout enemies. Today we’re going to look at what might happen if these two powerful European nations once again took up arms against each other, in this episode of The Infographics Show, Germany vs. France. Don’t forget to subscribe…

  • Escaping A Nazi Prison With A Wooden Horse
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    Escaping A Nazi Prison With A Wooden Horse

    You might have heard of the story of the Trojan horse, when the Greeks hid a strong force of armed warriors inside a wooden horse and got that horse into the city of Troy, after which they were able to spring their trap. Today we have a kind of Trojan horse story with a twist, in which a wooden horse was used to get out of somewhere, not in. This is one of the most dazzling prison escape stories ever told, and the best thing is it’s completely real. The story starts with a Canadian-born British man called Oliver Philpot, or “Ollie” to his friends. During World War II this…