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Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956) Cold War 7/24: After Stalin (1953-1956)

Advertise your product or brand here contact www.OpenSubtitles.org today Throughout Eastern Europe millions vowed to build the communist paradise. They toiled to carry out orders and plans dictated from Moscow. They marched behind the banners of Joseph Stalin. March 1953. The Soviet Union mourns the death of Stalin. For almost three decades, Stalin ruled supreme.…

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Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS Cold War 2/24: Iron Curtain (1945-1947) MULTISUBS

Fulton, Missouri, a quiet little town in the Midwest. Not much has changed since 1946. Less than a year since the war had ended, the flags were up to welcome Winston Churchill. But he came to Fulton bringing a somber message for the world. “From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, an…

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Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945) Cold War 1/24: Comrades (1917-1945)

Cinco, Cuatro, Tres, Dos, Uno, is on. AmericasCardroom.com brings poker back Million Dollar Sunday Tournament every Sunday A cloud hides the sky, a nuclear shadow falls across the human future. Midway through the 20th century, two superpowers prepared for a conflict which might have ended life on the planet. Spring flowers the warm light of…

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Africa’s Great Civilizations, a Henry Louis Gates, Jr. film Africa’s Great Civilizations, a Henry Louis Gates, Jr. film

From the overlooked origins of civilization, to the groundbreaking heroes of American culture, Bank of America is proud to support Henry Louis Gates, Jr. as he tells the stories of the people and events that have helped shaped our world. In the new landmark series “Africa’s Great Civilizations” Dr. Gates shows Africa for what it…

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Soviet Infantry Small Arms Advantage Late in WW2? TIK Q&A Soviet Infantry Small Arms Advantage Late in WW2? TIK Q&A

Noremac Cameron has said – Hello TIK, I am A proud new patron of your amazing content and I have a question regarding Infantry Equipment on the Soviet Axis front. So here is some context before my main question. I have heard from multiple sources that during the later years (1944-1945) on the soviet axis…

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Welcome To The Dirt – The Beginning of Trench Warfare I THE GREAT WAR – Week 8 Welcome To The Dirt – The Beginning of Trench Warfare I THE GREAT WAR – Week 8

September 18th 1914 This week, we see the mobile and fast paced war of the past six weeks turning into something never imagined that would prove more sinister and deadly than even the bloodiest battles of the war’s beginning. This week began the war in the trenches. I’m Indy Neidell. Welcome to the Great War.…

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Mississippi’s prison unrest and response from state leaders | @ISSUE | MPB Mississippi’s prison unrest and response from state leaders | @ISSUE | MPB

>>HELLO AND THANK YOU NEAR JOINING US. WELCOME TOLET @ISSUE WE DISCUSS THE ISSUES FACING MISSISSIPPI AND HOW THEY IMPACT YOU. MISSISSIPPI LAW MAKERS COMPLETING THE THIRD WEEK OF THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION. AS THEY CONVENE INSIDE THE CAPITOL A NUMBER OF REALLIES STAGED IN THE HALL AND OUTSIDE THE CAPITOL SINCE DAY ONE. AT LEAST…

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Africa: Islamic State’s next frontier | The Economist Africa: Islamic State’s next frontier | The Economist

Islamic State was one of the most powerful terrorist organizations the world has ever seen. At the height of its power, it controlled a territory the size of Britain, a population of eight million, and an army of around 100,000 fighters. Now largely driven out of its territory in the Middle East, its ideology moves…

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The United States Goes Dry – Alcohol Prohibition  I THE GREAT WAR The United States Goes Dry – Alcohol Prohibition I THE GREAT WAR

It’s January 1920, and in America it’s about to get a lot harder to get a drink. The Volstead Act has come into force, making it illegal to sell alcohol across the United States. But the ban on drink would not be easy to enforce – it’s prohibition. Hi, I’m Jesse Alexander and welcome to…

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