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Karl Marx
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produced by Encyclopedia Britannica (Chicago, IL: Encyclopedia Britannica, 2022), 2 mins
Learn more about the life and career of Karl Marx.
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Sparta
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Learn more about the history of Sparta.
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Premium Spectacular, The Missing Olympics
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presented by Feng Wang, in Premium Spectacular (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix TV, 2021), 1 hour
The first modern Olympics were held in Athens, Greece, in 1896. In the next 120 years, a city will become the focus of the world every 4 years. The Olympics represent not merely a high level competitive field, but also a grand affair that allows athletes from different countries to communicate, reflects the spirit...
presented by Feng Wang, in Premium Spectacular (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix TV, 2021), 1 hour
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Untold: The Academy for American Democracy, 13, Voting in Ancient Athens
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in Untold: The Academy for American Democracy, 13 (Makematic, 2021), 2 mins
The United States is a representative democracy where people vote for politicians to govern on their behalf – but voting in the direct democracy of ancient Athens was a very different process.
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Untold: The Academy for American Democracy, 14, What is a Citizen? From Ancient Athens to the US
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Citizenship allows people to participate in the democratic process, but the road to inclusive citizenship has not been a smooth one.
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Untold: The Academy for American Democracy, 15, The Road to Athenian Democracy
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What forms of government preceded democracy and how did this pave the way for the ancient Athenians to invent democracy?
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Belarus unrest explained
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presented by Ben Hall; produced by Financial Times (Newspaper) (London, England: Financial Times (Newspaper), 2020), 4 mins
The FT's Europe editor Ben Hall looks at why protesters are putting pressure on Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko to step down after 26 years in power - and why neighbouring Russia is key to the country's future.
presented by Ben Hall; produced by Financial Times (Newspaper) (London, England: Financial Times (Newspaper), 2020), 4 mins
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Britannica Editor Jeff Wallenfeldt Discusses The History Of The Declaration Of Independence
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(Chicago, IL: Encyclopedia Britannica, 2020), 10 mins
Britannica Insights: In conversation with Matt Sinnot, EB's Jeff Wallenfeldt helps us break down some excerpts from the Declaration of Independence.
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Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 22, The Renaissance Was it a Thing?
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directed by Stan Muller, fl. 2010; presented by John Green, 1977-; produced by Stan Muller, fl. 2010, in Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 22 (Crash Course World History, 2020), 11 mins
In which John Green teaches you about the European Renaissance. European learning changed the world in the 15th and 16th century, but was it a cultural revolution, or an evolution? We'd argue that any cultural shift that occurs over a couple of hundred years isn't too overwhelming to the people who live through it...
directed by Stan Muller, fl. 2010; presented by John Green, 1977-; produced by Stan Muller, fl. 2010, in Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 22 (Crash Course World History, 2020), 11 mins
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Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 37, Communists, Nationalists, and China's Revolutions
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directed by Stan Muller, fl. 2010; presented by John Green, 1977-; produced by Stan Muller, fl. 2010, in Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 37 (Crash Course World History, 2020), 12 mins
In which John Green teaches you about China's Revolutions. While the rest of the world was off having a couple of World Wars, China was busily uprooting the dynastic system that had ruled there for millennia. Most revolutions have some degree of tumult associated with them, but China's 20th century revolutions wer...
directed by Stan Muller, fl. 2010; presented by John Green, 1977-; produced by Stan Muller, fl. 2010, in Crash Course World History, Season 1, Episode 37 (Crash Course World History, 2020), 12 mins
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