3 D reconstruction of Salomon's temple
/r/historyRestoration and Colorization of a Soldier from the US Civil War
/r/historyThe Temple of Solomon probably wasn't located in the Temple Mount, and it might even have been recently found
/r/historySome of you folks enjoyed our last video, so here is our newest one! Part 2 of our 3-part on-location series about the history of the Great Plague.
/r/historyTrebuchet video shot from drone.
/r/historyRestoration and Colorization of a Photo from 1862
/r/historyHow the Cold War shaped video games
/r/historyBattle of Bosworth 1485 - Wars of the Roses
/r/historyA Short History of Olga of Kiev and the Kievan Rus'
/r/historyDuck and Cover: School Safety Video Issued by the Civil Defense Administration during the Cold War. (Early 1950s) - Preparing Children for the Atomic Bomb
/r/historyA cool project for a community college history class, where they work on displays at a local historical site and learn how to archive donations
/r/historyThe Life and Death of Cicero [10:56]
/r/history1947 recording of a Confederate cavalryman recalling experiences up to and during the American Civil War
/r/historyThe Battle of Marathon Animated.
/r/historyAn absolutely amazing voice talks about his Dad in WW2 - Working for the British Airforce in mainly Africa (more info/ tl;dw in the comments)
/r/historyThe Mystery of How Kyivan Rus Shaped Early Christianity in Norway
/r/historyA few years ago, my dad was a talk show host for 580 CFRA in Ottawa. He did a segment about 90 seconds long about Canadian war heroes, most of whom were Victoria Cross winners. In honour of Remembrance Day, and all the fallen soldiers, here's one he did on Thane Macdowell.
/r/historyA video on The Estates General
/r/historyThe History of Raisins
/r/historyAn interview with a former solider about The Black Watch, The Troubles and the IRA.
/r/historyThe Roman Pomerium
/r/historyTitanic sinks in real time - 2 HOURS 40 MINUTES
/r/historyI recently found a film my great grandfather recorded of Charles Lindbergh in 1927. Included is an audio interview of his account of the experience recorded later in 1977. More info in the comments.
/r/historyThe History of the Black Death | Part 1
/r/historyThe History of Gerrymandering: Controversial Political Redistricting Explained | History
/r/historyIm making a french revolution series for my A- level
/r/historyPoet and Educator Bill Ehrhart describes what he saw in Vietnam from '66 to '68 in this 1990 Interview
/r/historyHow Sun Tanned Skin Replaced Pale Skin as the Western Caucasian Ideal
/r/historyThe Names of Ancient Romans
/r/historyProbably the last time German soldier (No matter their ideologies) march with a goose-step on German soil. I stumble upon this video while watching a few East German parade,The atmosphere here is kinda sad too it feel like they're marching,for the last time, into history.