Many people in the United States and Latin America have grown up celebrating the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s voyage, but was he an intrepid explorer who brought two worlds together or a ruthless exploiter who brought colonialism and slavery? And did he even discover America at all? It’s time to put Columbus on the standRead More History vs. Christopher Columbus – Alex Gendler
What’s up guys? Welcome back to Vagabrothers Right now we’re about to kick off our week long adventure through Quebec, and we’re starting in Montreal. So before we get into the action, we’re going to get orientated into the culture of French North America. So we’re going to meet up with Martin who is aRead More OLD MONTREAL | QUEBEC TRAVEL VLOG #1
Hi guys! Hi guys! We’re in Antwerp. This is my first time ever being in Belgium. I’m so excited. And it’s my first time in Antwerp but my second time in Belgium and it is so good to be back. And we’re excited to explore this new city so we thought we would just lookRead More MOVED TO TEARS IN ANTWERP, BELGIUM (LONELY PLANET BEST IN TRAVEL 2018) | Eileen Aldis
Good morning, Hank. It’s Tuesday. So, I realize I am a smidge biased here; but I really do think books make the best gifts because they last! I mean, obviously the stories last in your mind. But, the books themselves often do too. I mean, I still have the copy of Tom Sawyer my MomRead More John’s Book Giving Guide for the Holidays!
There are a lot of places on Earth that we can be at or live on. But what was the first of these places discovered, and what was the last? Let’s explore these questions together! 13. In The Beginning The beginning, a pair of words that means a lot, but sometimes is hard to pairRead More Where Were The First And The Last Place Discovered On Earth?
On the plains of Britain, a man stands looking to the heavens. Soon, his whole tribe will drag great stones here, to mark the passage of the days. Meanwhile, in Central America, a Mayan scholar observes the moon. Suddenly, realization dawns: the cycle of the moon repeats every 18.6 years! Soon, they’ll create the firstRead More History of Space Travel – Looking to the Stars – Extra History – #1
Hey guys, welcome to my channel Guess where I am I’m in Moscow. This video will be about top 5 things you don’t know about Russia but you totally should know them if you want to come here or if you’re planning your trip just random facts you wouldn’t find on wikipedia or other sourcesRead More ⭐️MOSCOW VLOG⭐️RUSSIAN GIRLS❤️WATCH BEFORE YOU TRAVEL TO RUSSIA!
Last time we left Mexico it was in an ideological struggle between the conservatives which favored a very centralized administration that retained many aspects of the former colony with most favoring the reinstatement of a European style Monarchy, and the liberals which favored curbing the power of the church and the military and most wantingRead More How did an Austrian Become the Emperor of Mexico? : Maximilian I of Mexico
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Hello. I’m Tess Lynch, and tonight we’re going to learn about the mother of Halloween. [dark chuckle] Mrs. Elizabeth Krebs. [cackles] [gulps] [continues cackling] Freaking me out. You’re freaking me out. Wow.In the early decades of the 20th century,Halloween was celebrated in a far different way.This was 1912 in Hiawatha, Kansas,and groups of kids wouldRead More Discover the Birth of Halloween as We Know It – Drunk History