The Hungarian Romanian War & The Downfall of the Hungarian Soviet Republic I THE GREAT WAR 1919

This episode of The Great War is sponsored by Mack Wheldon. Mack Wheldon make Men’s clothing that focuses on high quality, well designed basics for every occasion. We spend long days here in the studio filming of The Great War, and I need my clothing to be comfortable and durable, plus I want to look […]

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The British Blitz Spirit is a Myth – WW2 – War Against Humanity 005

Keep a Stiff Upper lip, or stay calm and carry on. slogans that might describe the British civilian wartime spirit. Civilians, living under a reign of German Bombs. But was it really so? And was the response to the Blitz specifically British? The answer of both questions is: no. This is War Against Humanity; A […]

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Czechoslovakia – the Last Bastion of Democracy | BETWEEN 2 WARS I 1935 Part 1 of 4

National self-determination is supposed to be what defines the New World Order after the Great War right? You know, like each national group having the freedom to govern themselves and decide their own futures but what happens when groups find themselves cut in half by new borders what happens when two of them claim the […]

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The French Counter Attack At Matz I THE GREAT WAR Week 203

I start every episode with a hook, right? Something that hasn’t happened before in the war, or some really big news or event. Well, this week, it’s definitely something that hasn’t happened so far during the war – this week two of the Central Powers fight each other in the field. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome […]

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Tactics of the WWII U.S. Army Infantry Rifle Squad – Attack

Simple fire-and-movement tactics win the fight. This principle cannot be stressed too much. It is the one thing that will break a stalemate in battle. Whenever a unit is stopped by fire, some part of it must promptly return the fire while some part initiates movement. I think you’ll find that many fundamentals of modern […]

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IBM Computer promo cold war – On Guard! The Story of SAGE 1956

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Thomas Edison National Historical Park Fireside Phonograph Demonstration

this is a demonstration on the Fireside phonograph machine circa 1905 you can play the phonograph with four easy steps first select the record today’s record is “Yes we have no bananas” then you want to get some power crank the handle on the phonograph after that you turn the machine on to release the […]

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July Days In Petrograd – Blood On The Nevsky Prospect I THE GREAT WAR Week 156

Russia’s Kerensky Offensive enters its third week this week, and Minister of War Alexander Kerensky, who it’s named after, has been at the front supporting his troops. But when the cat is away the mice will play, and this week sees “The July Days” at home – chaos in the streets of Petrograd. I’m Indy […]

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