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Helicopters in Vietnam
From history.com, produced by History Channel
In this video clip, take a look at how helicopters played a vital role in America's air mobility strategy during the Vietnam War. The Vietnam War was fought differently than wars in the past as helicopters became the most vital part of the American offensives. (5:08)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in American Military Forces
July 23, 2012 at 07:17 PM
 
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Nuclear Missile Defensive Systems
From history.com, produced by History Channel
 In a Mail Call video, R. Lee Ermey answers a question from Doug of Texas who wants to know what Star Wars is. Ermey states in this clip that Star Wars was the nickname given to Reagan’s strategic defensive initiative program. The SDI has since been replaced by the new NMD, nuclear missile defensive systems. (2:15)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in Nuclear Defense Programs
May 18, 2012 at 03:57 PM
 
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Darth Vader Explains the Pythagorean Theorem
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Darth Vader, from Star Wars, explains the Pythagorean Theorem. He gives the formula, as well as solves an example problem, and all along makes humorous Star Wars references.
 
Found by jpalmertree in Pythagorean Theorem
November 26, 2010 at 04:58 PM
 
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The Adventures of The Scrappy Duo - Redwood National Park
From YouTube, produced by thescrappyduo.com
Did you know that the scenes on Endor in Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi were filmed in Redwood National Park? Enjoy our adventure to Redwood National Park. (04:15)
 
Found by TheScrappyDuo in Popular Sights
May 1, 2017 at 03:54 AM
 
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The Universe - Death Stars
From youtu.be
"For most, it's the deadly centerpiece of the film Star Wars. But in truth, real death stars are in the final stage of life before they explode into supernovae and, occasionally, the biggest blast in the universe--the gamma ray burst (GRB). One death star, named WR104, lurks 8,000 light-years from Earth and some believe its GRB arrow is aimed directly at us. A death star galaxy named 3C321 is a terrifying vision of what could one day befall the Milky Way galaxy: a companion galaxy's black hole is hammering it with a constant blast of high-energy particles, wreaking havoc with its celestial bodies. Nearby, Death Stars Eta Carinae and Betelgeuse burn through their fuel supplies as they hurtle toward extinction--and possibly a violent ending that's too close for comfort." (44:32)
 
Found by teresahopson in Supernova
May 4, 2013 at 06:34 PM
 
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The History of the Spanish Empire
From watchmojo.com, produced by WatchMojo
Shortly after the union of Castile and Aragon created Spain, this fledgling country began exploring overseas in an effort to expand its territory. Christopher Columbus’ voyage across the Atlantic in 1492 helped Spain establish itself as one of the world’s largest ever empires. Columbus had accidentally discovered the Americas while trying to reach Asia, and colonization of the area began not long after. This expansion continued until its peak of power in the seventeenth century, after which various wars caused this kingdom to crumble. In this video, WatchMojo.com explores the rise, dominance, and fall of this one-time world empire. (2:33)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in Columbus, Christopher
October 14, 2012 at 03:29 PM
 
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Terrorism, War, and Bush 43: Crash Course US History #46
From YouTube, produced by Crash Course
John Green teaches you about the tumultuous 2000's in the United States of America, mainly the 2000's that coincide with the presidency of George W Bush. From the controversial election in 2000, to the events of 9/11 and Bush's prosecution of the War on Terror, the George W. Bush presidency was an eventful one. John will teach you about Bush's domestic policies like tax cutting, education reform, and he'll get into the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. The event that came to pass during Bush's presidency are still very much effecting the United States and the world today, so listen up! (15:27)
 
Found by teresahopson in Bush Biography
March 6, 2017 at 05:42 PM
 
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Weapons of the Middle Ages
From history.com, produced by History Channel
In 1807, William Congreve created the Congreve Rocket which was used in the Napoleonic Wars. In this four minute video the narrator reviews the history of the use of rockets as weapons through history and how they worked and range. 
 
Found by freealan in Ancient Technology (General)
July 3, 2011 at 12:26 PM
 
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Civil War Tech
From history.com, produced by History Channel
This (2:17) video is about the  Civil War and the rise of major technological advances in warfare such as railroads and the telegraph as well as iron clad warships.
 
Found by freealan in Civil War and Reconstruction (1861-1875)
August 21, 2011 at 05:54 PM
 
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The Peloponnesian War
From history.com, produced by History Channel
Done in cartoon fashion and very fast paced, this 2:22 long video reviews the history of the Wars and the people who were invovled in it. A good overview or review. Athens' military campaign against the Peloponnesian League that eventually ended the Greek Golden Age, as told by Jeffrey Lewis.
 
Found by freealan in Ancient Greece
May 18, 2011 at 10:07 PM
 
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The Civil War Part 2: Crash Course US History #21
From YouTube, produced by crashcourse
In which John Green teaches you how the Civil War played a large part in making the United States the country that it is today. He covers some of the key ways in which Abraham Lincoln influenced the outcome of the war, and how the lack of foreign intervention also helped the Union win the war. John also covers the technology that made the Civil War different than previous wars. New weapons helped to influence the outcomes of battles, but photography influenced how the public at large perceived the war. In addition, John gets into the long term effects of the war, including the federalization and unification of the United States. All this plus homesteading, land grant universities, railroads, federal currency, and taxes. (10:54)
 
Found by teresahopson in General Overviews of Civil War
July 28, 2013 at 02:39 PM
 
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America's Great Indian Nations - Full Documentary
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This documentary profiles six of the major Native American tribes that were defeated and subdued as part of the settling of the United States. With reenactments, clarifying maps, artwork, and landscape scenery, this program features the Iroquois, a confederacy comprised of several Indian tribes: the Seminoles in Florida, who welcomed escaped slaves and fought three major wars with the United States before meeting their ultimate defeat; the Shawnee, fierce Ohio Algonquians who allied with the French against the British; the Navajo, a farming people who today are the largest remaining Native American tribe; the Cheyenne, a nomadic Plains Indian tribe that depended on the American bison for sustenance; and the Lakota Sioux, the dominant Sioux tribe comprised of the bands called Oglala, Brule, Hunkpapa, and Minneconjou. (From IMDB) (54:35)
 
Found by teresahopson in Native American History (overview)
August 31, 2014 at 10:55 AM
 
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Top 10 Political Assassinations of the 20th Century
From watchmojo.com, produced by WatchMojo
Politics is a serious business, and sometimes it ends in bloodshed. Throughout history, some of the most significant leaders and politicians have paid for their progressive or distinct opinions with their lives. The twentieth century saw many important political figures killed for their efforts, and the world was forever changed in the wake of these events. For example, anyone alive remembers where they were when John F. Kennedy was killed. Many pioneers in the civil rights movement of the 1960s were killed. Deaths sometimes sparked or worsened wars, and often highlighted issues that faced the populace. In this video, WatchMojo.com counts down ten of the most significant political assassinations of the twentieth century. (05:44)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in World History
October 6, 2012 at 05:11 PM
 
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Inventions of War
From YouTube, produced by History Channel
Wars has given us products that, sometimes, we take for granted, such as plastics and Jeeps. (54:51)
 
Found by teresahopson in History of War
June 12, 2016 at 12:08 PM
 
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The Natives and the English - Crash Course U.S. History, #3
From youtube.com, produced by CrashCourse
John Green talks about relations between the early English colonists and the native people the encountered in the New World. In short, these relations were poor. As soon as they arrived, the English were in conflict with the native people. At Jamestown, Captain John Smith briefly managed to get the colony on pretty solid footing with the local tribes, but it didn't last, and a long series of wars with the natives ensued. This pattern would continue in US history, with settlers pushing into native lands and pushing the inhabitants further west. In this episode, you'll learn about Wahunsunacawh (who the English called Powhatan), his daughter Pocahontas, King Philip's (aka Metacom) War, and the Mystic Massacre. By and large, the history of the Natives and the English was not a happy one, even Thanksgiving wasn't all it's cracked up to be. (11:26)
 
Found by teresahopson in Native/Settler Conflicts
November 6, 2016 at 10:38 AM
 
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Southern Renaissance Unit 13
From learner.org, produced by Annenberg Media/Learner.org
"My subject in fiction," Flannery O'Connor tells us, "is the action of
grace in the territory held largely by the devil." One might do well to
ask what, if not the devil, haunts the American South in this era
between the wars. This program uncovers the revisioning of Southern
myths during the modernist era by writers William Faulkner and Zora
Neale Hurston.
 
Found by grazianione in American Passages Series
March 8, 2010 at 02:03 PM
 
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The Long-Run Aggregate Supply Curve
From YouTube, produced by Marginal Revolution University
(05:40)  We previously discussed how economic growth depends on the combination of ideas, human and physical capital, and good institutions. The fundamental factors, at least in the long run, are not dependent on inflation. The long-run aggregate supply curve, part of the AD-AS model we’ve been discussing, can show us an economy’s potential growth rate when all is going well.

The long-run aggregate supply curve is actually pretty simple: it’s a vertical line showing an economy’s potential growth rates. Combining the long-run aggregate supply curve with the aggregate demand curve can help us understand business fluctuations.

For example, while the U.S. economy grows at about 3% per year on average, it does tend to fluctuate quite a bit. What causes these fluctuations? One cause is “real shocks” that affect the fundamental factors of production. Droughts, changes to the oil supply, hurricanes, wars, technological changes, etc. can all have big and potentially far-reaching consequences.

Shocks are not all bad though! For instance, new technology can help boost economic growth. The key takeaway about real shocks is that economic growth, even in stable economies, is not smooth sailing. 
 
Found by MRUniversity in Supply and Demand
December 18, 2017 at 01:00 PM
 
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Vietnam War: History and Key Dates
From watchmojo.com, produced by WatchMojo
The Vietnam War was the longest and one of the most unpopular wars in the history of the United States. One of the main goals of this war was to fight the spread of communism. At first, the United States had the support of its public. However as the war waged for years, that support dropped off and morphed into open hostility towards the government. Peace protests became commonplace on American soil, while in Vietnam increasing numbers of U.S. soldiers were dying. Finally the U.S. ended its involvement in the conflict, and the war finished with the communists taking control of the country. In this video, WatchMojo.com learns more about the Vietnam War. (5:53)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in Overview of the War
October 13, 2012 at 04:57 PM
 
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This Day in History May 21: American Red Cross Founded
From history.com, produced by history channel
In Washington, D.C., humanitarians Clara Barton and Adolphus Solomons found the American National Red Cross, an organization established to provide humanitarian aid to victims of wars and natural disasters in congruence with the International Red Cross. (1:00)
 
Found by CourtneyMorrison in Today in History: May
September 15, 2012 at 11:01 AM
 
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Today in History for March 23rd
From YouTube, produced by Associated Press
Highlights of this day in history: Patrick Henry declares, 'Give me liberty, or give me death,' German parliament grants Adolf Hitler dictatorial powers, President Reagan proposes anti-nuke 'Star Wars' program, Movie 'Titanic' wins 11 Oscars. (01:34)
 
Found by teresahopson in March 21-31
March 23, 2019 at 09:45 AM
 
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