The Hidden History of Escaped Slave Colonies

The Hidden History of Escaped Slave Colonies

In 2016, the story of the Free State of Jones made it to the big screen. Based on real history, the film follows the story of Newell Knight, a Confederate deserter who ran into a Mississippi swamp to evade authorities and teamed up with a colony of other deserters and fugitive slaves. This is one […]

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Prelude to the Witcher (No Spoilers!)

Long before the rise of elven and human kingdoms, the lands east of the Great Sea were populated by the Gnomes of Mahakam, and Tir Tochair, considered to be the first peoples of the continent. In time, they were joined by the Dwarves, a stout, hardy race who arrived by sea while the peoples known […]

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Saudi Arabia Is A US Colony | Everybody’s Lying About Islam 5

Saudi Arabia Is A US Colony | Everybody’s Lying About Islam 5

Ladies and Gentlemen, Saudi Arabia is a United States Colony. On the surface this may seem ridiculous. Saudi Arabia doesn’t look very American, and it pushes a very anti-American ideology. But a colony is what it is. And I’m not talking colony in a Neo-Colonial or Post-Colonial, they’ve got a lot of Mcdonald’s franchises sense […]

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A Community Grows, Despite Racism

A Community Grows, Despite Racism

More than 130 years ago, Japanese immigrants began coming to the United States in search of a better life. About 300,000 came to Hawai’i and the mainland to work as plantation workers, farmers, fishermen, mill workers, and railroad workers. Even though they worked hard, they were not always welcome. Frank Miyamoto explains why his father […]

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CGRundertow SID MEIER’S CIVILIZATION IV for PC Video Game Review

CGRundertow SID MEIER’S CIVILIZATION IV for PC Video Game Review

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. And if you’re familiar with the Civilization series, you’ve probably repeated the past time and again, under various circumstances, each time creating a nation and playing out the whole of human society as you see fit. And it might not even take place on […]

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Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

Best Apps of Literature (apps to help you study literature)

what’s other guys how’s it going. Today I have a new video for you it’s about apps that can help you to study literature effectively and in this video I’m gonna record my mobile phone screen so you can see the apps directly used by me let’s check it out ok here we are again […]

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Noam Chomsky – The Soviet Union vs. Socialism

Noam Chomsky – The Soviet Union vs. Socialism

We should recognize, what I think is true, I’ve written about it plenty myself, that the so called Bolshevik “revolution”, really a coup, was really a counter revolution which placed state power in the hands of a highly authoritarian, anti-socialist group, which within a couple of months had destroyed the factory councils, had destroyed the […]

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World Of Kaiserreich – US Civil War – part 3 – American Union State

World Of Kaiserreich – US Civil War – part 3 – American Union State

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Explore Beijing Fun: a charming mix of cultural elements

Explore Beijing Fun: a charming mix of cultural elements

Hey everybody, I’m Tim with China Experience. Today I wanna show you a place that has so much history but remains looking so young. It doesn’t sound possible, does it? Well, I’m gonna show you! So let’s go take a look. Man, look at these alleys. If you’re familiar with Beijing, you know what they […]

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EDSAC – A Cultural Shift in Computing

EDSAC – A Cultural Shift in Computing

JOYCE WHEELER: We realized that things were much more advanced, nowhere else had these facilities at the time. DR. DAVID HARTLEY: The EDSAC was responsible if you like, or supported researchers, or went as far as getting Nobel Prizes. JOYCE WHEELER: Researchers found that it was possible to solve problems quite beyond the expectations at […]

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