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Rock Church – Know Your Enemy

[MUSIC] I WAS PULLED INTO A ROOM AND I WAS TOLD YOU MAY NOT COME BACK FROM THIS. WE DON’T KNOW WHAT THE END HOLDS, AND THEY STILL SAID ARE YOU WILLING TO GO. THE GUY THAT COMES OUT THE END OF LIKE IS NOT THE SAME THAT GOES IN. Continue Reading

15. Athenian Democracy

Professor Donald Kagan: Okay, we were talking about the development of the Athenian Empire changing from the original character of the Delian League. I think we had gotten to the Battle of Eurymedon, which is generally dated to 469, a great victory at land and sea over the Persians and Continue Reading

What is Berserk’s Take on Religion?

Berserk is a story with very clear religious allusions and inspirations. From the factions of organized worship touched on throughout the plot to the ironic religious imagery portrayed through both Guts and Griffith, this is a piece of work absolutely rich with symbolism about the topic. And while there are Continue Reading

“Marxist Poetry: The Making of The Battle of Algiers” (2004)

As often happens with directors, I didn’t have a clear or precise idea about the film. I thought it was a film for film clubs or film festivals. I never thought it would be a big hit with the public. This film taught us a lesson that’s lasted a long Continue Reading

Farage vs. Tajani: Battle over history

I don’t think there are any people who are nostalgic for nazism or the communist dictatorship from the Soviet block, two ghastly and devastating political systems which caused wounds for Europe. Thank god these two dictatorships have vanished due to the European Union. (clapping) (Farage) HAHAHAHAHA Why are you laughing? Continue Reading

What If Hitler Had Won?

World War Two, the largest and most costly war in all of human history, is still within living memory of some of us around the world, and the fallout of this massive conflict is still visible 70 years after the event. The aftermath of the war gave rise to a Continue Reading

Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I: Crash Course World History #36

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course World History, and today we’re gonna talk about World War I. The so-called, Great War? World War I wasn’t the most destructive war, or the first total war, and it certainly wasn’t – despite its billing – the war to end all Continue Reading

The Cold War in Asia: Crash Course US History #38

Hi, I’m John Green, this is CrashCourse US History, and today we’re going to talk about the Cold War again. Really less about the “cold,” more about the “war.” As usual, we’re not going to focus so much on the generals and the tactics, but instead on why the wars Continue Reading

Genocide. Animated documentary movie

Peace is a valuable and desirable thing. Our generation, which has shed its blood in several wars, surely deserves a period of peace. But peace, like almost everything in this world, has its price, high but definable. We in Poland do not recognize the conception of “peace at any price”. Continue Reading