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Visiting the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery I THE GREAT WAR Special

Visiting the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery I THE GREAT WAR Special

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I’m Indy Neidell, and this is another edition of ‘The Great War’ on the road. In April 1917, the United States joined the First World War. I’m standing right now at the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in France. This is the largest American World War I cemetery in Europe. The Meuse-Argonne offensive itself began September 26th, […]

Trapped in Paris (alone)

Trapped in Paris (alone)

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a Lot of strange things are happening in the world right now. I’m seeing things I never thought I would see really things have happened much much faster than any of us would have ever predicted it’s not simply an outbreak that we’re seeing but a fundamental change in the trajectory of many of our […]

Discovery Study Abroad Program – Strasbourg

Discovery Study Abroad Program – Strasbourg

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Studying in Strasbourg was the first opportunity I had to really live abroad, and try to figure out how to make my life in a country where I didn’t completely understand the language. My house mother taught me how to cook French food, and we would sit around the dinner table and talk about stuff, […]

Taliban Deal, Coronavirus Update & The Pope’s Thoughts on Trolling | The Daily Show: Global Edition

Taliban Deal, Coronavirus Update & The Pope’s Thoughts on Trolling | The Daily Show: Global Edition

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– Welcome to “The Daily Show: Global Edition.” I’m Trevor Noah. Before we begin, some news out of the Vatican City. The pope has suggested to followers that they give up Internet trolling for Lent. (laughter) And that– that’s such a specific instruction. It makes me wonder if the pope is getting bullied, you know? […]

Provence A – Z by Peter Mayle | BOOK OF THE MONTH | tss6295

Provence A – Z by Peter Mayle | BOOK OF THE MONTH | tss6295

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I’m never prepared and I start to film these it is exact to open my nose I have to make sure I don’t put this on the right side for this thumbnail Tori hello YouTube so it’s the end of the month which means that today’s video is another book-of-the-month video and this month I […]

The Difficult Road To Peace 1919 I THE GREAT WAR Epilogue 2

The Difficult Road To Peace 1919 I THE GREAT WAR Epilogue 2

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The war is over, and the process of writing the peace treaties begins, but this process is fraught with peril, for the war was fought on a scale never before seen in human history, and those treaties – for better or for worse – would have effects that would not only color the world of […]

The Battle of La Lys – Operation Georgette I THE GREAT WAR Week 194

The Battle of La Lys – Operation Georgette I THE GREAT WAR Week 194

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If I were to make sensational newspaper headlines about some of this week’s activity, I wonder how they’d read? Hm… “the betrayal of an ally” or “an Emperor’s humiliation!” Yeah, those are pretty good. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the Great War. Last week, Operation Michael, the first phase of the German Spring Offensives, came […]

The Battle of Belleau Wood Begins I THE GREAT WAR Week 202

The Battle of Belleau Wood Begins I THE GREAT WAR Week 202

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You’re at war and you’re trying to hold off a determined and capable enemy. When you falter and that enemy advances, you ask your ally for reinforcements. But what if he says they genuinely do not exist? You begin to evacuate your capital I’m Indy Neidell. Welcome to “the Great War”. Last week the Germans […]

Hitchhiking is too dangerous! 〢1 year traveling Europe〢

Hitchhiking is too dangerous! 〢1 year traveling Europe〢

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What is traveling for the big public? This isn’t an easy question with a single, ”right”, answer. The idea of what travel means, is subjective and changes from person to person and we respect this. However, according to our experience, the majority of people choose between a range of predefined holiday options. All-in resorts, 5 […]

The Tragedy of Freedom | Jean-Paul Sartre

The Tragedy of Freedom | Jean-Paul Sartre

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What if we’d get a chance to start a new life? In his short novel Les Jeux Sont Faits, philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre plays with the idea of ‘starting all over’ in the same lifetime, despite the decisions we have made in the past. Even though we have free will, are we capable of deviating from […]