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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Exploring the ‘Nazi Village’ of Jamel

Exploring the ‘Nazi Village’ of Jamel

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THIS CITY IS A CULTURAL PEARL – VLOG#3 // Greg&Nellie Channel TakeOver

THIS CITY IS A CULTURAL PEARL – VLOG#3 // Greg&Nellie Channel TakeOver

Guten Morgen aus Dresden in Sachsen. Nellie und ich übernehmen weiterhin den YouTube Kanal von Visit Dresden und begrüßen euch hiermit zu unserem nächsten Video. Right, today it’s all about Arts, Culture and History and we will start our culture trip around the city here at the Semperoper. Danach werden wir noch einige Museen und […]

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The German Colony Klein-Venedig (Part One) | LAH

The German Colony Klein-Venedig (Part One) | LAH

In 1519, Charles V became the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. For him to become the emperor, he had spent an enormous amount of money. This money was chiefly his own, but he also drew from other sources. One of which was the German banking family Welser from Augsburg and Nuremberg. The Welser lent […]

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Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Will The European Union Fall Apart?

Greece is in major financial trouble, which is seriously affecting all of Europe. Their threat to leave the Eurozone, which could create another major recession, has made some question whether the interconnectedness of the European Union is ultimately beneficial to it’s members. So, is it worth it to be in the EU? Well, the EU […]

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🔴 The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

🔴 The EURO CRISIS: Will the European Union COLLAPSE??

what is the euro crisis? it is, in simple words, the failure of euro, a currency which ties together 17 european countries. a currency, which in over the past three years, has brought Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Cyprus, to the brink of bankruptcy, giving birth to the european sovereign debt crisis, and threatning […]

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Civ 5 in 5 Mins: Netherlands (Potent Polders!) – Civilization V Let’s Play Summary

Going Dutch I see flood plains! YEAH Alrighty Amsterdam A scout for checkin’ things out A granary, a greenery? Of course I want Tradition Books for good looks Of course I want Liberty What a wonderful world Settle to the east! Wonderful faith and happiness Looks like Amsterdam Better build a monument Feed those guys […]

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Universal Postal Union and mail-order opiates — interview with James Campbell | VIEWPOINT

Universal Postal Union and mail-order opiates — interview with James Campbell | VIEWPOINT

Jim: Customs and security scrutiny of inbound postal packages is much less than is applied to all other packages. The international drug dealers are very well aware of the situation. Richard: Jim Campbell, you’re an internationally recognized postal policy expert and an attorney who’s done a lot of work for Federal Express. And you’re also […]

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NATO vs. the European Union

NATO vs. the European Union

The European Union did not produce an actual union. Truthfully, it’s a mess. It has succeeded been keeping the peace in Europe, but from the American perspective it is much too clumsy and weak and divided and gridlock-prone to take effective action when necessary. That’s why the Americans prefer NATO. If Europe ever fully integrated, […]

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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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