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Tours of the Railroad Museum: Episode 18 – Library and Archives

Tours of the Railroad Museum: Episode 18 – Library and Archives

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We continue gathering today in our closed Lake Superior Railroad Museum in downtown Duluth at the St. Louis County Depot. We have had such great response for these little vignettes. We want to thank everybody and remind you to share these with friends – I think they’ll be very, very pleased that you did. We’re […]

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, […]

Hikayat Abdullah (Malay version)

Hikayat Abdullah (Malay version)

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If you were a student in Malaya before the 1970s, chances are that this would have been one of your textbooks. Introducing Hikayat Abdullah, a semi-autobiographical work by the father of modern Malay literature, Munsyi Abdullah. Today we have with us Associate Professor Hadijah Rahmat, an author and scholar of Malay-Indonesia studies. Professor, could you […]

Armor Books

Armor Books

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Hello! I figured as I was reorganizing my bookshelf I thought I would go through and share some book reviews of my favorite armoring books. Hopefully this will be a useful guide towards building your own collection and knowing what are you going to buy before you buy it and what it’s useful for before. […]

Study With Me: AP US History Notes

Study With Me: AP US History Notes

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Hey guys! Welcome to my first study with me video for this school year. In this video I’m going to be taking notes for a chapter of AP US history from my textbook. I started off by making the header for the chapter, which is just the title of the chapter. And now I’m going […]

The Witcher: Northern Wars – Complete (Heavy Book Spoilers!)

The Witcher: Northern Wars – Complete (Heavy Book Spoilers!)

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After centuries of pushing back the elder races, humanity ruled most of the continent east of the great sea, with the united Empire of Nilfgaard in the south, while the North was divided into rival kingdoms. By the 13th century, these Northern Realms included the neutral states of Kovir, Poviss and the Hengfors League, while […]

The Witcher: Northern Wars – Part 3 of 3 (Heavy Book Spoilers!)

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As the Second Northern War intensified and many more battles large and small erupted, towns were sacked, villages burned and crops stolen or destroyed, with the Empire appearing to be on the precipice of victory. Although, a harsh winter forced them to delay their final push for a year eventually they were ready to send […]

Project Blue Book: Declassified – The True Story of the Flatwoods Monster | History

Project Blue Book: Declassified – The True Story of the Flatwoods Monster | History

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Holocaust Survivors

Holocaust Survivors

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Project Blue Book: Declassified – The True Story of the Green Fireballs | History

Project Blue Book: Declassified – The True Story of the Green Fireballs | History

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