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    World War I: The Argonne Forest

    French battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan and historian Mitchell Yockelson tour the site of the Lost…

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    World War I: The Lost Battalion of the Argonne Forest

    French battlefield guide Guillaume Moizan and historian Mitchell Yockelson visited a memorial and…

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    Russia Before the 1917 Russian Revolution

    Journalist and author Will Englund discussed the political and economic situation in Russia prior to the…

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    Early Maps of the World

    New Yorker staff writer Jill Lepore talked about different examples of historic interpretations of the…

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    Alliances and the Beginning of World War I in Europe

    Author Michael Kazin discussed the alliances in Europe prior to World War I and how that led to World…

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    USS Missouri: Battle of Okinawa

    Meghan Rathbun, Curatorial Assistant, Battleship Missouri Memorial, talks about a kamikaze attack on…

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    USS Missouri: Signing of the Documents that Ended WWII

    Meghan Rathbun, Curatorial Assistant, Battleship Missouri Memorial, talks about the day documents were…

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    Benjamin Constant - Philosophy on Liberty

    In this lesson, McGill University Professor Jacob explains Benjamin Constant's concept of liberty as it…

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    German Plans for the Battle of Britain

    Taken from a 1943 U.S. War Department World War II film, this clip provides an overview of German plans…

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    American Forces in World War I- Battle of Saint-Mihiel

    During the First World War, the Battle of Saint-Mihiel was the first independent operation of the…

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    The Haitian Revolution

    In August of 1791, the only successful slave revolt began in the modern day nation of Haiti. Philippe…

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    Mary Wollstonecraft

    Author Claire Tomalin talks about Mary Wollstonecraft and some of her ideas regarding feminism in the…

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    England's Tudor Monarchs

    English author Peter Ackroyd provides background information on the kings and queens who reigned as…

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    Kim Jong Un and Maintaining Stability in North Korea

    Political Science professor Bruce Bechtol talked about how Kim Jong Un exercised power over North Korea.…

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    Social Contract

    A social contract (AKA a social compact) refers to an agreement among members of a society, and between…

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    Glasnost and Perestroika

    In the first of two clips, Harvard Kennedy School Professor Joseph Nye talks about Mikhail Gorbachev's…

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    WWI: U.S. Military in France in 1918

    Historian Edward Lengel talks about the United States' entry into World War I. He describes the…

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    Opening of U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem

    Reuters Jerusalem Bureau Chief Stephen Farrell spoke about the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

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    North Korea and South Korea Agree to End War

    A look at the joint statement from Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong-un, the leaders of South and North Korea…

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    The Vietnam War Today

    Historian Mark Philip Bradley of the University of Chicago explained why teaching the Vietnam War has…

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