The Treaty of Vegas (1080p and Subtitles!)
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The Treaty of Vegas (1080p and Subtitles!)

Hmm.. that’s literally all my economy. I think I’m going to play the hand. Here you go. What do you mean… I’m part of the Allies you know? I’m on the US, the Britain, the France… You know what? This rattles my cage! Look..! Look what you did! *inaudible gibberish* Look! I don’t even have […]

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Queen Elizabeth II speech to parliament 2008
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Queen Elizabeth II speech to parliament 2008

My Lords and Members of the House of Commons, My Government’s overriding priority is to ensure the stability of the British economy during the global economic downturn. My Government is committed to helping families and businesses through difficult times. The strength of the financial sector is vital to the future vibrancy of the economy. Therefore, […]

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#36 Flaws of Treaty of Versailles
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#36 Flaws of Treaty of Versailles

This is lecture #36: What were the flaws in the Treaty of Versailles? We’re going to talk about the Fourteen Points and three elements of the Fourteen Points, which are right here. Here is a very good metaphor: “peace built on quicksand.” And these three facts will help explain that. And the War Guilt Clause. […]

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Queen Elizabeth II speech to parliament 2010
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Queen Elizabeth II speech to parliament 2010

My Lords and members of the House of Commons. My government’s legislative programme will be based upon the principles of freedom, fairness and responsibility. The first priority is to reduce the deficit and restore economic growth. Action will be taken to accelerate the reduction of the structural budget deficit. A new office for budget responsibility […]

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Copy of 1868 treaty returns to the Navajo Nation
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Copy of 1868 treaty returns to the Navajo Nation

Copy of 1868 treaty returns to the Navajo Nation A copy of the 1868 treaty that brought the Navajo people back toátheir homeland, afteráyears ofáimprisonment, hasábeenádonated to the Navajo Nation. In 1863, the federal government evicted nearly 10,000 Navajos from their ancestral homeland and force marched them 300 miles east, finallyáimprisoning them near the village […]

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