How did Finland deal with the Soviet Union after the World War?

How did Finland deal with the Soviet Union after the World War?

Get ready, put on your parkas, winter boots and snowshoes; we are going North…waaaay North. As in, months of darkness and reindeer and stories of Santa Claus-North. Ok, well maybe not quite THAT far north, but we are going to start talking about the Nordic countries, whose place during the Cold War is quite often […]

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The U-Curve of Cultural Adjustment

The U-Curve of Cultural Adjustment

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Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

– All Flavor No Grease is a new version of bringing unity to the community through food. (upbeat mood music) Nobody has died on this street, no gunfire within the last, like, five years, for a fact. (upbeat mood music) There’s a ceasefire and a peace treaty going on from the consensus of food on […]

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Jean Baudrillard. Cultural Identity and Politics. 2002 4/8

Jean Baudrillard. Cultural Identity and Politics. 2002 4/8

Baudrillard: Now why do you try to save culture? Culture is, as in modern organisation, not as in anthropological reality. As an anthropological reality, it generates itself and it perishes by itself. As animal species; it is a singularity. It has its birth and its death. And so it is, you don’t need to, to […]

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The Forgotten Colony: Puerto Rico

The Forgotten Colony: Puerto Rico

It’s a clear colonial situation, they don’t care about the people who live here in Puerto Rico. I’m talking about the U.S. government. They care about the land and the resources that Puerto Rico has but don’t care in any sense about the people. We’ve been in crisis for a long time now, y’know. It […]

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WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

WW2 – OverSimplified (Part 1)

This video was made possible by Skillshare. Churchill was a man with many talents. He was an artist, a butterfly enthusiast, and he had an unpublished manuscript about aliens. Clearly he was a man with an insatiable thirst for knowledge. Maybe he could have loaded up his computer, and logged on to Skillshare. An online […]

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European conquest of the Americas – summary since mid-15th century

European conquest of the Americas – summary since mid-15th century

In the middle of the 15th century, these were roughly the territories known to Europe. Despite the discovery 500 years earlier of a tip of North America by a Viking tribe, the continent and the tens of millions of souls that populate it are still unknown to European powers. For centuries, Europe is mainly oriented […]

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The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

Hey guys, welcome to hip news history we hope you have your pilgrims hat on Cause we are gonna travel back to the early that’s right guy

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History Brief: The Albany Plan of Union and Committees of Correspondence

History Brief: The Albany Plan of Union and Committees of Correspondence

One important element that led to the War for Independence was a growing sense of unity among the thirteen colonies. In the decades prior to the Revolutionary War, a series of meetings and agreements between colonial leaders laid the foundation for a framework that led to American independence. The Albany Plan of Union was a […]

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Native American Tribes – why do we need cultures and family tradition ?

Native American Tribes – why do we need cultures and family tradition ?

The word culture can represent a lot of things People usually associate it with food language or music But is there a good culture and a bad culture? You can never really answer this question. However in brief moments in history Cultures clash with one another and some interesting things happen When the first English […]

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