Yasuke; the African Samurai
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The animated Bayeux Tapestry
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The French Revolution: When France Lost its Head
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Did Ancient Battlefield Maps Really Exist? (Fact or Fiction)
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History Buffs: The Terror
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Hasekura Tsunenaga: the samurai that traveled the world
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VALOR Series: Noble Sissle Jr. (2019) Short Documentary
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The Ethics of Historical Accuracy in Film
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One of the coolest up and coming YouTube channels ive come across
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Surreal animation depicting the entire history of Poland from her own perspective
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Lonyai Castle , Transylvania , Romania
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A brief look of the history of Notre Dame.
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Iran–Iraq War (1980-88)
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Using Firearms during Armored Combat (17th c)
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Aerial Warfare (WW1)
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Roman technology lost until the 20th century
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Revenge for Teutoburg - 16AD: Germanicus & The Battle of Idistaviso
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A Place for the Sun, Japan in WW2
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A 105 Pound Medieval Bow is Tested Against Armor
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Pyrrhus of Epirus: The Expedition Against Rome - Battle of Heraclea 280BC
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Shorncliffe: Keeping the Memory Alive is a short documentary about the military cemetery and explores, the bombing of Shorncliffe during the war, war brides, and the history of the military base.
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Decoding the Great Pyramid - 2019 PBS Documentary
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English Interview with Bor-Komorowski the man responsible for the blunder of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944
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A Brief History of New Amsterdam and the founding of Wall Street: Explorers, Beaver anal glands, and misplaced trust in a wall.
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Ancient Mesopotamia - Rise of Sumer: Cradle of Civilization
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The Horrible Life of People In Soviet Gulags
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In 1896 an Ethiopian army decisively defeated Italian colonial campaign. This was arguably the first blow against colonialism. Here's a video that shows what happened!
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Mary Riter Hamilton: A Woman in No Man's Land is a short documentary about the artist who painted WW1 battlefields. Her work was stored in the Canadian archives until recently and they are now on display at the Canadian War museum in Ottawa.
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The Shoemaker and the Hatter (1950): A film that was made to help the public understand The Marshall Plan.
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From the Vault: A Circuit Court's Euology for Abraham Lincoln, 1865
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