• 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…

  • 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,…

  • 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…

  • #AlliesForFreedom: Battle of Manila and the Liberation of the Santo Tomas Internment Camp
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    #AlliesForFreedom: Battle of Manila and the Liberation of the Santo Tomas Internment Camp

    (Music) During the Second World War, Manila, known as the “Pearl of the Orient,” bore witness to the courage and sacrifice of U.S. forces and Filipino fighters. The Battle of Manila was part of the Battle for Luzon. So overall, it was part of the Philippine liberation campaign. The Filipinos and Americans fought side-by-side. There was a race to save Filipino civilians, prisoners of war, civilian internees from being massacred by the Japanese in the places that were converted by the Japanese into camps. The University of Santo Tomas located in Manila had two campuses during the war. From 1942 to 1945, the Sampaloc campus served as an internment camp…

  • उदयपुर का इतिहास और प्रमुख जगह || Udaipur History and Tourist Places
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    उदयपुर का इतिहास और प्रमुख जगह || Udaipur History and Tourist Places

    History and tourist place of Udaipur Udaipur, also called Mewar India was a princely state during the British era Mewar was founded around 530 AD And Chittorgarh was his first capital Later, it was eventually known primarily as its new capital, Udaipur When Udaipur Place Udaipur City joined the Indian Union in 1949 Till then, the Kshatriya Rajput and Sisodiya dynasty of the Mori Gahlot family ruled for 1400 years Hello friends welcome all of you in our channel HISTORY MYSTRY In which we give you a lot of interesting unsolved secrets Which is only available on our channel That’s why Subscribe to our channel And watch this video till…

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    Illinois Adventure #1605 “Apple River Fort”

    WE RECENTLY VISITED THE RECREATION OF THE APPLE RIVER FORT IN ELIZABETH, WHEREIN THE RECREATION OF THE APPLE RIVER FORT IN ELIZABETH, WHEREIN 1832 AREA RESIDENTS HELD OFF AND RIVER FORT IN ELIZABETH, WHEREIN 1832 AREA RESIDENTS HELD OFF AND ATTACK BY BLACKHAWK AND HIS 1832 AREA RESIDENTS HELD OFF AND ATTACK BY BLACKHAWK AND HIS WARRIORS. ATTACK BY BLACKHAWK AND HIS WARRIORS. THE BLACKHAWK WAR BROKE OUT IN WARRIORS. THE BLACKHAWK WAR BROKE OUT IN 1832. THE BLACKHAWK WAR BROKE OUT IN 1832. FEW WEEKS LATER IN MAY OF 1832, 1832. FEW WEEKS LATER IN MAY OF 1832, BLACKHAWKS ENCOUNTERED 250 FEW WEEKS LATER IN MAY OF 1832, BLACKHAWKS…

  • Exploring Abandoned 1880s Power Plant: Untouched Time Capsule! – Urbex Poland | Episode 5
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    Exploring Abandoned 1880s Power Plant: Untouched Time Capsule! – Urbex Poland | Episode 5

    This forgotten power plant completely frozen in time is all that’s left of one of Poland’s largest factories. After 150 years of operation, it was abandoned only a short time ago. Today, the well-guarded premises can look back upon a diverse past. This was even used as a death camp of the Nazis once. During our latest road trip to Poland, we were searching for the country’s undisclosed landmarks. In chapter five of the series, we explore the decommissioned industry but also the Jewish heritage that has recovered after the cruel actions by Nazi Germany. After filming a former synagogue, we head to this true hidden gem – a historical…

  • Nov 10  The Hanging of Henry Wirz
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    Nov 10 The Hanging of Henry Wirz

    Your Natchez History Minute is brought to you by Natchez National Historical Park. On this day, November 10, 1865, Major Henry Wirz was hanged in Washington, DC at the age of 41 for the murder and abuse of Union prisoners during the American Civil War. Wirz was the commandant of Andersonville, the infamous Confederate prison which once contained as many as 35,000 prisoners. Born in Zurich, Switzerland, Wirz demonstrated an early interest in medicine but could not afford an expensive education. He was forced to leave Switzerland and eventually came to the United States in 1845, becoming the director of a water cure establishment in Louisville, Kentucky. There he met…

  • What It Was Like to Be a Civil War Prisoner
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    What It Was Like to Be a Civil War Prisoner

    Camp Sumter, more commonly known as Andersonville, was a Confederate-run prisoner-of-war camp built to house Union soldiers during the Civil War. Oh, and it was also a hellhole. Thanks to rampant disease, overcrowding, and exposure to the elements, 13,000 men died within its brief 14 months of existence. At its worst, well over 130 Union prisoners died every day. Today we’re going to find out what it was like to be one of those Union prisoners at Camp Sumter. But before we get started, take a second to subscribe to the Weird History Channel. And let us know what weird historical phenomenon, person, or event you’d like us to cover…