Who Owns The Moon?
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Who Owns The Moon?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. Gregory W. Nemitz registered some land containing 492 quintillion dollars worth of platinum. The land was right here… well, over here – an asteroid named 433 Eros. Not a single sovereign nation on earth recognizes human claims to extraterrestrial real estate, but he did it anyway. And then, less than a […]

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Who Owns The Statue of Liberty?
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Who Owns The Statue of Liberty?

Who owns the Statue of Liberty? New York or New Jersey? It should be straight forward, but the island upon which the statue stands, Liberty Island… … has been part of a long fight between the states over their river border… … and the islands between them, … … with rounds in the 90s, the […]

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Simon de Montfort and the emergence of Parliament
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Simon de Montfort and the emergence of Parliament

Video Transcript: Simon de Montfort [Music]>>Narrator: Stories from Parliament: Simon de Montfort. England 1263. It is 48 years since Magna Carta was sealed by King John. Now his son Henry is on the throne but tensions between the king and the barons continue. Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, is married to the kingís sister […]

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The Treaty of Versailles, Terms of the Treaty 2/2
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The Treaty of Versailles, Terms of the Treaty 2/2

the Treaty of versailles 1919 The terms of the Treaty of versailles can be divided into three groups Territorial military and Financial and economic Here are some of the territorial terms [alsace] Lorraine was returned to france Germany was forbidden to unite with Austria lands in East Germany Including the farmlands of Posen and the […]

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What is Parliament?
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What is Parliament?

Parliament is the heart of Canada’s democracy. Located in the national capital Ottawa, it’s the country’s federal legislature. This means Parliament makes laws that affect the whole country in certain areas like fisheries, trade, defense, or the postal service. These are things that affect all Canadians no matter where they live. Parliament has three parts: […]

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Waitangi, home of the treaty – Roadside Stories
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Waitangi, home of the treaty – Roadside Stories

[Speech from 1940] On this day we are gathered together at this place to commemorate the greatest event in the annals of New Zealand’s history, the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi. This great document, simple in form, fundamental in application, has stood the test of time in spirit and in letter. It has been […]

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The History of The Statue of Liberty
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The History of The Statue of Liberty

She’s a symbol for freedom, and one of the most recognized figures in the United States. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, And today, we’ll be learning more about the Satue of Liberty. We are the keepers of the flame of liberty. We hold it high tonight for the world to see. A beacon of hope. A light […]

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