Ballantine’s True Music Series | Communities Behind the Dancefloor

Ballantine’s True Music Series | Communities Behind the Dancefloor

The nightclub business is very challenging. When it’s the right crowd, the right music, the right vibe, the right energy, there’s nothing like it in the world. You know, the atmosphere in the club, there’s something quite unique and very, very special. It’s always different, a night is never the same. It’s a singular experience. […]

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Economic Depression and Dictators: Crash Course European History #37

Economic Depression and Dictators: Crash Course European History #37

Hi I’m John Green and this is Crash Course European History. So, despite improvement in living conditions across much of Europe after 1925, wartime resentments and disruption lingered. and then a momentous event in 1929 gradually turned into a wide-ranging disaster: in that year, the U.S. stock market crashed.What came after is known as the […]

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Colonization of Africa – summary from mid-15th century to 1980

Colonization of Africa – summary from mid-15th century to 1980

In the middle of the 15th century, central and southern Africa is still unknown to Europe. However, for centuries the Arabs operated trade routes crossing the vast Sahara desert transporting to the Mediterranean gold, ivory and slaves. Europe is more interested in profitable trade routes from Asia, especially the import of silk and spices. But […]

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June Book Haul | Contemporary (Hispanic) Literature

June Book Haul | Contemporary (Hispanic) Literature

Hi everyone, I’m ReadingWithJack and today I’m here with my June 2016 Book Haul. This is the first BookTube video that I’ve filmed for ages because university has taken over my life over the past few months. But finally I’m back again, I have time to read, I have time to BookTube, and do all […]

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Spain Is Not A Federation: Autonomous Communities of Spain Explained

Spain Is Not A Federation: Autonomous Communities of Spain Explained

Spain is a country that functions a lot like Federation, without actually being a federation. When the country is a federation, what that means is that it is a union of partially self-governing states under central government. This sounds like Spain, which along the countrywide government, has many autonomous communities that are self-governing. These include […]

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A Spiritual Journey

A Spiritual Journey

(gentle music) – So many young people from all over the world are doing the Camino de Santiago. So as a part of my project I walked 300 miles across Spain, engaging in ethnographic research methods. I was interviewing people from many different countries and backgrounds and language abilities from across the world and talking […]

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Frost & Flame | League of Legends Community Collab

Frost & Flame | League of Legends Community Collab

You about to get Incinerated Walk this way LPL getting dominated LCK 2 Tigers are on the prowl SKT’S the ammunation I’d tell you prep for a fight but your jungler’s got no Ambition No time for the indecision We act of our own volition Stay destroying those Losers Playing League this ain’t a Competition […]

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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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CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: Spain

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: Spain

Philip II leads Spain in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. He was king of Spain at the apex of its golden age. Philip was a champion of the Catholic faith and a patron of the arts and culture. Spain’s special ability is called Treasure Fleet. Their trade routes between continents give extra yields. They can also […]

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