Why You Never Got to Fly The American Concorde: The American SST Story
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Why You Never Got to Fly The American Concorde: The American SST Story

It would’ve flown nearly three times the speed of sound and carry more than 250 passengers the distance from New York to Los Angeles in…

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Taxi To The Front – The First Battle of the Marne I THE GREAT WAR – Week 7
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Taxi To The Front – The First Battle of the Marne I THE GREAT WAR – Week 7

The first five weeks of the war have seen great offensives by Germany, Russia, and Austria-Hungary, larger than any military operations in history. Hundred s…

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The Jewish Community of Monastir, Macedonia: Holocaust Survivor Testimonies
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The Jewish Community of Monastir, Macedonia: Holocaust Survivor Testimonies

Is there a song you remember that you would like to share? Or a book you want to mention that you particularly liked? What does…

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Living Proof: Reflections on 75 Years of Social Work Education
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Living Proof: Reflections on 75 Years of Social Work Education

[Slide stating, “UB School of Social Work, University at Buffalo: The State University of New York, Living Proof. Reflections on 75 Years of Social Work…

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Tough Nuts | Dino Dibra | The Sunshine Boy | S2E7
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Tough Nuts | Dino Dibra | The Sunshine Boy | S2E7

– Hey! Give this man a double Wild Turkey, neat. I’ll have a triple of the same. (laughing) Hey, Dino! How you goin’? Come over…

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Who First Alerted the World to the Dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide?
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Who First Alerted the World to the Dangers of Dihydrogen Monoxide?

A major component of acid rain, an accelerator of corrosion and the rusting of metals, found in the tumors of cancer patients, a contributor to…

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Tikal: The Mayan City of the Jaguar God
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Tikal: The Mayan City of the Jaguar God

For todays’ Geographics we are going to explore the Petén Province, in Northern Guatemala. In the heart of the jungle, surrounded by lush vegetation, lies…

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Hillary Clinton’s record of fighting against inequality | Hillary Clinton
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Hillary Clinton’s record of fighting against inequality | Hillary Clinton

Since I was a young lawyer, my first job in the Children’s Defense Fund So I have a really long history of taking on all…

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Greek Gods Explained In 12 Minutes
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Greek Gods Explained In 12 Minutes

The world began with several primordial beings. First came Chaos. Then Gaia, earth. And finally Eros, love. From Gaia they came Uranus, heaven, who both…

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Open Society, 25 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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Open Society, 25 Years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The fact of the matter is that up until 1989, the peoples of Eastern Europe were denied their fundamental democratic rights. During Soviet system, there…

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