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The Socialists Call for Peace – But the Plans Do Not I THE GREAT WAR – Week 59

The Socialists Call for Peace – But the Plans Do Not I THE GREAT WAR – Week 59

We’ve watched the war in the skies as it’s grown ever larger, and with it has grown the need for defense from it; something to protect the troops and the public at home from death from above; the need for… Continue Reading

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Why the Treaty of Fort Laramie Failed to Maintain Peace

Why the Treaty of Fort Laramie Failed to Maintain Peace
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Kaiser Karl Wants Peace – The Sixtus Affair I THE GREAT WAR Week 139

Kaiser Karl Wants Peace – The Sixtus Affair I THE GREAT WAR Week 139

We see battle after battle, all around the world, and yet no side can achieve victory. The millions of men fighting are obviously affected by the war each day, but unlike earlier wars, this war is total war and it… Continue Reading

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Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228

Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course: World History and today we are going to talk about something we haven’t discussed much here at Crash Course. Peace. Peaceful, non-violent protest. Mr. Green! Mr. Green! Finally an episode where no… Continue Reading

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Peace In The East – The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk I THE GREAT WAR Week 189

Peace In The East – The Treaty of Brest-Litovsk I THE GREAT WAR Week 189

It was a momentous occasion. 43 months after the war began, the first one of the major players was leaving it for good. This week, Russia signed a peace treaty with the Central Powers. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to the… Continue Reading

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Japan | Hiroshima Memorial Museum and Peace Park | Virtual Tour

Japan | Hiroshima Memorial Museum and Peace Park | Virtual Tour

**peaceful music** **fire and airplane engine roaring** At 8:15am on August 6th 1945, the city of Hiroshima fell victim to the world’s first atomic bombing. **music plays over silent video** Kengo Nikawa was exposed to the bomb on the way… Continue Reading

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War and Peace in the 21st century — the stories in our minds | Daniele Ganser | TEDxDanubia

War and Peace in the 21st century — the stories in our minds | Daniele Ganser | TEDxDanubia

Translator: Reka Lorinczy Reviewer: Csaba Lóki I am a historian, and I want to talk about the future. I know that’s a little bit strange because historians usually speak about the past, right? They talk about the 19th century and… Continue Reading

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Post WW1 Violence Theory – Paris Peace Conference I BEYOND THE GREAT WAR

Post WW1 Violence Theory – Paris Peace Conference I BEYOND THE GREAT WAR

Hi I’m Jesse and I’m Flo and welcome to an exciting new episode of beyond the Great War the segment where we answer your questions about what happened 100 years ago. Hi Jesse. Hi Flo. Are you wondering why I’m… Continue Reading

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Hiawatha – The Great Law of Peace – Extra History – #1

Hiawatha – The Great Law of Peace – Extra History – #1

Before Europeans arrived, on what they would name ‘North American soil’ Five Nations came together and formed a confederacy. They were guided by the will of the people and they created a constitution with 117 articles that guaranteed the rights… Continue Reading

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JFK at AU: Building Peace for All Time (Special Edition)

JFK at AU: Building Peace for All Time (Special Edition)

– It is with great pride that I participate in this ceremony of the American University. I have chosen this time and place to discuss the most important topic on earth– peace. Not merely peace for Americans, but peace for… Continue Reading