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Vietcong Guerilla (Vietnam war) Vietcong Guerilla (Vietnam war)

Vietcong guerrilla – The Vietnam War The Vietcong, or the evolution of the communist Viet Minh guerrillas during the First Indochina War against the French. The country split into the communist-ruled North and the US-backed South, under Ngo Dinh Diem. As it became apparent, Diem’s government was unpopular. The North Vietnamese government sent former Viet…

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Remembering the Overthrow of Gorbachev, 20 Years Later Remembering the Overthrow of Gorbachev, 20 Years Later

bjbjLULU JEFFREY BROWN: And finally tonight, we remember a dramatic day in history, 20 years later, as it unfolded on the NewsHour. ROBERT MACNEIL: Good evening. The stunning overthrow of Mikhail Gorbachev by communist hard-liners dominates the news this Monday. Gorbachev was reported under house arrest, as Soviet tanks took up positions throughout Moscow. JEFFREY…

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What Russians Really Think About America What Russians Really Think About America

(car engines rumbling) (car horns honking) (Russian folk music) (speaking foreign language) – And over in the US, we hear a lot about Russia. Like, a lot. – I would consider the principal threats to start with Russia. – Prosecutors indict another batch of Russian nationals in an alleged cyber scheme to interfere in the…

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Soviet Classical Music: Sergei Prokofiev – Cantata “Zdravitsa” (English subtitles) Soviet Classical Music: Sergei Prokofiev – Cantata “Zdravitsa” (English subtitles)

Never before Were the fields so green. With unprecedented joy The whole village is full. Never before for us Has life been so joyous. Never before in our country, Never before in our country, Has the rye blossomed so. Differently now, the sun Shines upon the earth. Surely the sun must have been Surely the…

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Real Life Soviet Atlantis: Underwater Museum In Ukraine Real Life Soviet Atlantis: Underwater Museum In Ukraine

00:04 COMM: WELCOME to the real-life Soviet Atlantis, where algae-covered statuses of Lenin loom up from the depths of the seabed. 00:16 COMM: The underwater museum at Cape Tarkhankut, the western-most point of the Crimean peninsula, was created by diver Vladimir Borumensky. 00:28 COMM: The Black Sea site has massively expanded since its creation in…

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She Survived History’s Greatest Mass Murderer | Guest: Li Zhao | Ep 39 She Survived History’s Greatest Mass Murderer | Guest: Li Zhao | Ep 39

– Welcome to Kibbe on Liberty. We’re broadcasting almost live at the Atlas Network meeting in New York City, and I’m talking to my friend (beeps) who grew up under Mao’s China. We’re gonna hear some horror stories, we’re gonna talk about Hong Kong, and we’re gonna talk about why kids should step off the…

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The Collapse of the Soviet Union The Collapse of the Soviet Union

For almost 70 years during the 20th century, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and modern-day Russia all made up one global power – the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics – also known as the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union was involved in almost every significant historical event after its formation in 1922. After its collapse in…

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