Gene Spalding, part 19 of 27: “FDR’s Contributions”

Gene Spalding, part 19 of 27: “FDR’s Contributions”

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Creating Our Future Campaign, Online Access & Family History Endowment Fund

Creating Our Future Campaign, Online Access & Family History Endowment Fund

[Ford Bell] I’m very interested in my own family history and when I’m sitting at my desk and I’m thinking, “Now when did my great-grandfather die?” I can have his death certificate on my screen in 40 seconds. I’ve researched a lot of people by being able to access the Minnesota Historical Society online. It’s […]

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Money & Debt: Crash Course World History 202

Money & Debt: Crash Course World History 202

Hi, I’m John Green. This is Crash Course World History and today we’re going to make it rain. We’re going to talk about money, the stuff that makes the world go ’round. I’m not very good at making it rain. MFTP: Mr. Green! Mr. Green. I’m sorry, but money doesn’t make the world go round. […]

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The History of Paper Money – Barebones Economy – Extra History – #3

In the last episode, we got to the ad hoc, unofficial beginnings of paper money. This week, we’ll look at some of the rogues’ gallery that really created the intellectual argument for adopting paper money in some more official way. When we last left off in England in 1640, the first unofficial banknotes were starting […]

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History vs. Napoleon Bonaparte – Alex Gendler

After the French Revolution erupted in 1789, Europe was thrown into chaos. Neighboring countries’ monarchs feared they would share the fate of Louis XVI, and attacked the New Republic, while at home, extremism and mistrust between factions lead to bloodshed. In the midst of all this conflict, a powerful figure emerged to take charge of […]

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Economic Update: Marxism’s Contribution [CLIP]

Economic Update: Marxism’s Contribution [CLIP]

What does Marxism and Marxian political economy in particular, what is it offer to a society like ours today, what, why is this something you study, you teach, your students want to learn, what’s going on with Marxism? Beginnings are very important to Marx, so where one begins, sets up an awful lot of what […]

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Our Contribution To Battlefield 1 I THE GREAT WAR

Our Contribution To Battlefield 1 I THE GREAT WAR

I’m Indy Neidell, and this is my research assistant, and I guess enemy, Marcus Linke. Guten Tag. And people have asked us a lot about what exactly our involvement with *Battlefield 1* is, and we thought we’d make a video to tell you all about that. Marcus and I did a lot of, we did […]

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How Rich Was Hitler (Where Did All His Money Come From)

History remembers Hitler for many things, a failed artist, his love for German Shepherds, being a Nazi dickhead- yeah, it’s mostly the Nazi dickhead thing. But one thing you might be surprised to learn about Hitler is that he was actually one of the wealthiest men of his time, and no, not just because of […]

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The History of Paper Money – Working out the Kinks – Extra History – #5

Over the last few episodes we’ve seen the intellectual underpinnings of paper money slowly come into place. But having nebulous ideas about why paper money might be good is one thing, getting people to really believe and trust in it is another matter entirely. And so today, we’re going to tackle the development of the […]

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Black History Month – Recognizing African American Contributions to American History

Black History Month – Recognizing African American Contributions to American History

Black history is inseparable from American history and there’s the economic piece, many of the political forces that exists in this country are related to the presence of African Americans, culturally the country has been affected by it; so it is not separate, it is a very important piece. Now one of the things we […]

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