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The Roman Suicide Culture!

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2024/07/14
19:20 UTC

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On This Day: July 6, 2016: Pokémon Go Launches and Becomes a Global Phenomenon

On July 6 2016, Pokémon Go took the world by storm, blending augmented reality with beloved Pokémon characters. Explore the game's development, gameplay mechanics, cultural impact, and lasting legacy in this exciting look back at one of the most influential mobile games ever created.

https://youtube.com/shorts/9g9OIb4G01w

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2024/07/14
16:25 UTC

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On This Day: July 13, 1978: Henry Ford II Fires Lee Iacocca - A Turning Point in Automotive History

On July 13, 1978, Henry Ford II fired Lee Iacocca, ending a tense relationship between the two automotive giants. Discover the story behind this dramatic event, Iacocca's contributions to Ford, and his remarkable comeback with Chrysler.

https://youtube.com/shorts/Of64ltDSoqc

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2024/07/13
16:54 UTC

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Bastille Day: The Turning Point of the French Revolution

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2024/07/13
14:06 UTC

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The Gamble at Chancellorsville: General Hooker and a Costly Union Miscalculation

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2024/07/13
10:20 UTC

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On This Day: July 12, 1998: France Wins Its First FIFA World Cup

On July 12, 1998, France celebrated a historic victory by winning its first FIFA World Cup. This video explores the key moments, standout players, and lasting impact of this iconic triumph in French football history.

https://youtube.com/shorts/LAEDWyn8PV8

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2024/07/12
16:55 UTC

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Creative Ways People Beat The Heat Before Air Conditioning

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2024/07/12
14:30 UTC

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Creating a Lawyer Society: The 12 Tables

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2024/07/12
08:10 UTC

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The Show Trial Of Mary, Queen Of Scots, And Her Botched Execution

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2024/07/12
05:30 UTC

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On This Day: July 11, 1960: Harper Lee Publishes 'To Kill a Mockingbird

On July 11, 1960, Nelle Harper Lee published her iconic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird." This video explores the novel's impact, Lee's journey as an author, and the legacy of this timeless work in literature and film.

https://youtube.com/shorts/IgJL_zviEPE

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2024/07/11
17:49 UTC

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Emperor SARGON - You Already Know His Life Story. But How?

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2024/07/10
23:04 UTC

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On This Day: July 10, 1925: The Scopes Monkey Trial Begins in Dayton, Tennessee

On July 10, 1925, the Scopes Monkey Trial began in Dayton, Tennessee, challenging the state's ban on teaching evolution. This video delves into the trial's background, key events, and its lasting impact on education and science.

https://youtube.com/shorts/G9UzryFiaaU

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2024/07/10
20:55 UTC

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Why Did Bavaria Agree to Join the German Empire?

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2024/07/10
13:21 UTC

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On This Day: July 9, 1877: The First Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Tournament Begins

On July 9, 1877, the All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club hosted its first lawn tennis tournament at Wimbledon. This video explores the origins of the Wimbledon Championships, the rules established, and the tournament's evolution into a premier tennis event.

https://youtube.com/shorts/BIbmxqr9rGg

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2024/07/09
18:48 UTC

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On This Day: July 8, 1889: The Wall Street Journal's First Publication - A Financial Milestone

On July 8, 1889, The Wall Street Journal was first published, marking the birth of one of the most influential financial newspapers in history. This video delves into the origins, impact, and legacy of this pioneering publication, which continues to shape global finance and business practices.

https://youtube.com/shorts/CW0feS5uNCc

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2024/07/08
21:43 UTC

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On This Day: July 7, 1946: The Marriage of Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter - A Lifetime of Partnership

On July 7, 1946, future U.S. President Jimmy Carter married Eleanor Rosalynn Smith in Plains, Georgia. This video explores their enduring partnership, Rosalynn’s contributions as First Lady, and their joint efforts in humanitarian work, including the establishment of the Carter Center.

https://youtube.com/shorts/pzfa5pe1x64

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2024/07/07
17:02 UTC

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The Battle of Malvern Hill

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2024/07/06
22:49 UTC

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The Aksumite Empire Documentary - Part 2: The Golden Age & The Arrival Of Christianity

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2024/07/06
19:31 UTC

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On This Day: July 6, 1935: The Wagner Act - A Milestone for U.S. Labor Rights

On July 6, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), also known as the Wagner Act, into law. This crucial New Deal legislation revolutionized labor rights in America, granting workers the legal right to organize and bargain collectively. Explore the background, key provisions, and lasting impact of this transformative act.

https://youtube.com/shorts/q5pJqI9KN2w

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2024/07/06
18:07 UTC

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On This Day: July 5, 1946: The Bikini Makes a Splash – A Revolutionary Fashion Debut

On July 5, 1946, the world was introduced to the bikini by French designer Louis Réard at the Piscine Molitor in Paris. Modeled by showgirl Micheline Bernardini, the bikini was inspired by an atomic test and marked a significant shift in swimwear fashion. Explore the origins, the bold debut, and the lasting impact of this iconic piece of clothing.

https://youtube.com/shorts/JnjNDP59Q5s

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2024/07/05
15:50 UTC

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Genghis Khan: Warrior, Leader, Legend!

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2024/07/05
14:25 UTC

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The 1993 Russian Constitutional Crisis

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2024/07/05
10:53 UTC

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Napoleon, Anne Boleyn And More: The Real Medieval Horror Story Behind The "White Lady"

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2024/07/05
06:25 UTC

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The Plot To Kill Elizabeth I - And Mary Queen Of Scots

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2024/07/05
06:24 UTC

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Was King Edward VI A Tiny Tyrant Or Naïve?

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2024/07/05
06:21 UTC

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Who were the Normans?

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2024/07/04
16:19 UTC

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On This Day: July 4, 1939: Lou Gehrig's 'Luckiest Man' Speech - A Moment of Grace and Courage

On July 4, 1939, Lou Gehrig delivered his iconic "Luckiest Man" speech at Yankee Stadium, reflecting on his life and career after being diagnosed with ALS. This heartfelt address, given during Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day, remains one of the most memorable moments in sports history, symbolizing resilience and gratitude in the face of adversity.

https://youtube.com/shorts/cLkvVaU5Xdk

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2024/07/04
16:19 UTC

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Adulis Documentary - Part 1, The Rise Of Adulis (300BC 200AD)

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2024/07/04
15:40 UTC

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