Congo and Africa’s World War: Crash Course World History 221

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today were going to talk about the Congo. Mr. Green! Mr.Green! We’re gonna to talk about the Conga? No, Me From the Past, you idiot, that is a dance. However, your epic, epic ignorance does indicate that perhaps we don’t do a particularly good […]

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The American Revolution – OverSimplified (Part 2)

This video was made possible by Brilliant: math and science done right. Keep watching until the end of the video to learn how you can get 20% off the annual premium subscription! Washington’s butt was sufficiently kicked (not licked), winter was here, his troops’ morale was low, some just up and left. Washington needed to […]

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U.S. military intervention in the Dominican Republic

[♪upbeat music♪] This Week in Army History In 1965 during the height of the Cold War, Americans were concerned about the Communist influence in the Western hemisphere. This was particularly true with respect to the Caribbean Basin following Cuba’s Communist Revolution in 1959. The Dominican Republic endured a constant struggle for political control between Communist-sympathizing […]

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