Look at this baby. So gentle, so innocent. You’d think this child would grow up to become a good man, an honest man. Well, think again. *alarm sounds* Hitler was born Adolphus Hitler in 1889 in a small town in Austria-Hungary. His father, Alois Schicklgruber, was born out of wedlock, but eventually changed his name…Read More Hitler – OverSimplified (Part 1)
hey I know you do that jaywalking punk anarchist do that gene walking poking our keys hello this is the radical reviewer taking a look at capitalism and the non-aggression principle the non-aggression principle or nap is defined as an ethical stance asserting that aggression is inherently wrong in this context aggression is defined as…Read More Capitalism Violates NAP – Radical Reviewer
During the second half of the 20th century, the world’s two major powers were engaged in a face-off without direct confrontation for almost 45 years. Let’s trace on a map the chain of events that shaped the Cold War. At the end of World War II, major European powers are weakened after more than 60…Read More The Cold War – summary of main stages of conflict
This video was made possible by Squarespace. Start building your website for free at squarespace.com/wendover and then when you’re ready to launch, use the code “wendover” for 10% off. If you were just dropped in this place with no prior knowledge, where would you guess you were? Maybe Florida or California o r Hawaii—somewhere tropical…Read More Guam: Why America’s Most Isolated Territory Exists
Hi, English mariner John Strong. Hi, Anthony Cary, 5th Viscount of Falkland. I would very much like for you to go to Chile and locate the wreck of a Spanish treasure ship for me. Okay. (♪ cheerful music ♪) Hey! I found some islands! (♪ intro music ♪) The English were probably not the first…Read More The Falklands – MiniWars #1
This video was made possible by Dashlane. Stay safe online for free by signing up at Dashlane.com/Wendover. This is Hong Kong. 177 years ago, as the conclusion of the First Opium War, the United Kingdom and China signed a treaty that read, “His Majesty the Emperor of China cedes to Her Majesty the Queen of…Read More How Hong Kong Changed Countries
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Anarchy. The heart of the punk movement in the ‘70s and ‘80s. A driving force for civil wars and violent revolutions. A concept held in esteem by activists like Leo Tolstoy, Noam Chomsky, and Mahatma Gandhi. So, what is it? Anarchy, very simply, is a state of being without any government or authority. The original…Read More What Is Anarchy?
hi everyone my name is Jade and I'm a third year PhD sociology student and this video is about socialism to be honest even though I used to study Marxism I've never completely understood what socialism is it's one of those words like identity politics or intersectionality that people like to throw around a lot…Read More What is Socialism? | An Introduction
Karl Marx once wrote nothing is easier than to give Christianity as socialist tinged he cites Christian demonization of wealth as a Corrupter of men as well as what he referred to as a similar sacrifice of the self for the sake of the collective that are shared between communism and Christianity while Marx's belief…Read More Alternate History: What If Communism Was A Religion?