Korean War – Battle of Inchon 1950 – COLD WAR DOCUMENTARY



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In the new episode of our animated historical documentary series on the Korean War, we will cover the counter-attack of the UN forces led by the USA in what was later called the Drive North. This video also features the battle of Inchon of 1950

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إنه سبتمبر عام 1950 قوات الأمم المتحدة
التي تقودها الولايات المتحدة تدافع عن جزء من شبه الجزيرة الكورية يسمى
محيط بوسان ضد القوات الكورية الشمالية. ومع ذلك ، فإن الحرب الكورية بدأت للتو و
الأميركيون يركزون قواتهم حولها شبه الجزيرة للرد. مرحبا بكم في الثانية
حلقة في سلسلة لدينا على الحرب الكورية! إذا أنت مهتم بتاريخ هذا
عصر ، لا تنسى للتحقق من الثانية لدينا قناة – الحرب الباردة – الرابط في
الزاوية اليسرى في الأعلى . الراعي لهذا الفيديو – War Thunder! اللعب على الانترنت مجانا لعبة القتال متاحة على أجهزة الكمبيوتر ، PS4 و Xbox ، وفي اللعب المتبادل بين المنصات
مع عدم وجود شراء ضروري – مجرد تحميل واللعب! حرب الرعد لديه ترسانة لا تضاهى
أكثر من 1200 دبابة دقيقة تاريخيا ، الطائرات والمروحيات والسفن من 1930s
إلى في التسعينيات ، يمكن لعبها عبر 80 ميدان معركة كبير
الحرب العالمية الثانية والحرب الباردة. عظيم الرسومات والموسيقى والمؤثرات الصوتية وواقعية
نماذج الفيزياء والأضرار تزج تماما أكثر من 20 مليون لاعب في جميع أنحاء العالم في
معارك ضخمة. ثلاثة أوضاع مختلفة تسمح الجميع لتحديد مستوى الواقعية المناسبة
بالنسبة لهم. المطورين نشطة للغاية و باستمرار تقديم تحديثات رئيسية مجانية ل
لعبة وإضافة ميزات جديدة ، والمركبات ، والخرائط! فما تنتظرون؟ العب حرب الرعد
مجاني على PS و Playstation 4 و Xbox One! ادعم قناتنا والحصول على طائرة متميزة ،
دبابة أو سفينة ، وحساب لمدة ثلاثة أيام ترقية باعتبارها BONUS عن طريق الضغط على الرابط في
الوصف! قوات الأمم المتحدة كانت قادرة على صد
هجوم القوات الكورية الشمالية على بوسان محيط بحلول سبتمبر 1950. هدف الجيش الشعبي الكوري
كان لإنهاء الحرب في أقرب وقت ممكن ، وكانت الخطة لمواصلة مهاجمة
دفاعات الأمم المتحدة في الباقي فقط الأراضي التي لا تسيطر عليها الجيش الشعبي الكوري – بوسان
محيط. من أجل تخفيف وضع المدافعين
محيط بوسان ، الجنرال ماك آرثر والقيادة العسكرية للأمم المتحدة تعتزم
مفاجأة الكوريين الشماليين بهبوط وراء خطوطهم. بصرف النظر عن تقليل
الضغط على محيط بوسان ، هذه الخطوة تهدف إلى خفض العرض والاتصالات
خطوط الجيش الشعبي الكوري ، تسبب الذعر بينهم ، إجبار قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري على القتال على عدد
من الجبهات ، واستعادة عاصمة الجنوب كوريا في أقرب وقت ممكن.
نوقش عدد من مواقع الهبوط. في مرحلة ما كان ميناء كونسان يجري
ناقش كخيار أكثر تفضيلا ، ولكن يعتقد ماك آرثر أن بقعة الهبوط ينبغي
أن يكون غير متوقع من قبل الكوريين. في النهاية، تم اختيار ميناء إنتشون الخطير والصعب
كمكان هبوط. كان في إنتشون ممران بحريان فقط للدخول
الميناء الخاص به ، والذي كان من الممكن حمايته بسهولة عن طريق البحر الألغام. لكن ماك آرثر حسبت ذلك
لن يتوقع الكوريون الشماليون الهبوط في مثل هذا المكان الصعب. علاوة على ذلك ، كان سيول
قريبة جدا من إنتشون ، وهبوط ناجح سوف تسمح فرصة لتحرير سيول من قبل
قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري تعافت من صدمة الهبوط. وبالتالي ، فإن عملية الكروميت كان
أطلقت. قبل الهبوط في إنتشون ، القوات الأمريكية
استخدمت أساليب الخداع لإرباك الشمال الكوريين. قصف الأمريكيون البعض الآخر
بقع الهبوط المحتملة ونجحت في تحويل انتباه الجيش الشعبي الكوري إلى حد ما.
في 13 سبتمبر ، الأمريكية و بدأت القوات البحرية البريطانية قصف الشمال
الدفاعات الكورية في إنتشون وولميدو. بعد يومين ، في 15 سبتمبر ، الأمم المتحدة
بدأت القوات تهبط على ما يسمى الأخضر ، الشواطئ الزرقاء والحمراء في وقرب إنتشون.
وكان الهبوط الأول على الشاطئ الأخضر – الجانب الشمالي من جزيرة Wolmido. ال
تتألف قوة الهبوط من الكتيبة الثالثة ، مشاة البحرية الخامسة ، بقيادة المقدم روبرت
Taplett وتسعة M26 بيرشينج الدبابات من USMC 1st دبابة الكتيبة. قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري كانت
فاق عددهم بشكل كبير وخسر أكثر من 200 رجل مقابل 14 ضحية بين الأمم المتحدة
القوات. تم أخذ Wolmido بالكامل من قبلهم في غضون ساعات قليلة.
حتى بعد هزيمتهم في الشاطئ الأخضر ، القيادة الكورية الشمالية تعتقد ذلك
كان هذا الهجوم تسريبًا وهبوطًا رئيسيًا كان يجري في كونسان. قليل جدا
قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري كانت تدافع عن انشيون، و كان الهبوط في الأمم المتحدة في الشواطئ الحمراء والزرقاء ناجحًا
دون الكثير من الضحايا. الجيش الشعبي الكوري في 22 فوج المشاة ، الذي أحضر في البداية
للدفاع عن إنتشون ، وكان أمر بالانسحاب إلى سيول.
كان الهدف التالي من قوات الأمم المتحدة هو مسيرة في سيول واستعادتها في أقرب وقت ممكن.
في اليوم التالي ، التقسيمات البحرية الأولى والخامسة بدأت مسيرة نحو سيول. 17 سبتمبر
كان حتى نجاحا أكبر لقوات الأمم المتحدة. كانوا قادرين على هزيمة قوة الجيش الشعبي الكوري مقاومة
مسيرتهم نحو سيول ، وتدمير ستة دبابات تي 34 وقتل 200 رجل.
بعد ذلك كانت الفرقة البحرية الخامسة قادرة للقبض على مطار كيمبو في غاية الأهمية.
سابقا كان سلاح الجو الأمريكي يطير من اليابان لمهامهم. القبض على كيمبو
سمح لهم المطار باستخدام مطار داخل كوريا. منذ الجيش الشعبي الكوري لم يكن قادرا على تدمير
مطار كيمبو في الوقت المناسب ، وكان المطار في الغالب اليسار في براعة وجاهزة للاستخدام للأمريكيين.
جميع محاولات الجيش الشعبي الكوري لاستعادة كيمبو تم صد المطار.
حقيقة أن الجيش الشعبي الكوري ركزت في الغالب على بوسان محيط جعل الدفاع ضد أمريكا
الهبوط وراء خطوطهم ضعيفة نسبيا غير مستعد. ما يقرب من 7K قوات من
78 فوج المشاة المستقل و 25 كان لواء المشاة يدافع عن سيول
المنطقة ضد حوالي 40 ألف من قوات الأمم المتحدة ، عدد الذي أصبح ممكنا بسبب استمرار
هبوط القوات الأمريكية ، مثل 7 فرقة مشاة.
في 19 سبتمبر ، في المساء فوج المشاة الحادي والثلاثون من الفرقة السابعة
الاشتباك مع قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري في ضواحي سيول. في 25 سبتمبر القوات الأمريكية
دخلت سيول. كان محصنا بشدة. ال كان على الأميركيين الانخراط في فرض الضرائب من منزل إلى منزل
القتال ضد قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري ، الذين كانوا يدافعون بعنف. ومع ذلك ، بحلول 28 سبتمبر
كانت قوات الأمم المتحدة قادرة على هزيمة أي أعشاش المقاومة في سيول وتولى السيطرة الكاملة
حول المدينة. تكبدت قوات الأمم المتحدة أكثر من 500 خسارة
بين الهبوط في إنتشون وأخذ سيول ، في حين أن خسائر الجيش الشعبي الكوري كانت الطريق
أكثر أهمية في 35K. هزائم وأعقب الجيش الشعبي الكوري وتقدم كوريا الجنوبية
من مجازر Namyangju و Goyang koyang Cave ، فيها مئات المدنيين يشتبه في
قتل التعاطف الشيوعي من قبل الشرطة الكورية الجنوبية والميليشيات المحلية.
في وقت واحد تقريبا إلى الهبوط في إنتشون ، بدأت قوات الأمم المتحدة عمليات الاختراق
من محيط بوسان ، الذي دافعوا عنه بشراسة ، وترتبط مع القوى التي
هبطت في إنتشون. عشية الهجوم ، الذي تم إطلاقه في 16 سبتمبر ، المخابرات الأمريكية
يقدر أن الجيش الشعبي الكوري لديه 13 فرقة مشاة على الخط بدعم من 1 فرقة مدرعة و
لواءان مدرعان ، مع سلاح الجيش الشعبي الكوري النصف الجنوبي من الجبهة بعد 6 مشاة
الانقسامات مع دعم المدرعة – قوة من 47417 رجل ، والثاني فيلق على الشمال
والنصف الشرقي من الجبهة بعد 7 مشاة الانقسامات مع دعم مدرعة – قوة
من 54000 رجل. هذا جعل ما مجموعه 101417 جنود العدو حول محيط.
وقدرت تشكيلات الجيش الشعبي الكوري في متوسط ​​قوة 75 في المئة في القوات و
معدات. كان لدى قوات الأمم المتحدة 140 ألف رجل. الأمم المتحدة كانت الاستراتيجية للجيش الأمريكي الثامن وجيوش جمهورية كوريا
لاختراق محيط بوسان ودمج مع الوحدات التي هبطت حديثا من
السلك العاشر. الهجوم سيكون بقيادة فرقة مشاة الولايات المتحدة ال 24 ، مع 1st
انقسام الفرسان في العمق ، في حين أن 25 و 2 فرقة مشاة سوف تقدم من
اليسار وجمهورية كوريا الأول والثاني من السلك من اليمين. في 16 سبتمبر ، بدأ الهجوم.
كانت قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري لا تزال قادرة على ذلك تقديم مقاومة قوية لقوات الأمم المتحدة.
استغرق الأمر 3 أيام بالنسبة لهم لإجبار Naktong النهر وجعل الكوريين الشماليين الانسحاب وراء
ذلك. حتى 19 سبتمبر كان هناك شجاع KPA المقاومة في كل مكان وليس مؤشرا
الانسحاب الطوعي ؛ عموما تقدم الأمم المتحدة كانت طفيفة واشترى فقط على حساب
قتال عنيف وخسائر عديدة. ثم في ليلة 18-19 سبتمبر ،
بدأت الانقسامات السابعة والسادسة للجيش الشعبي الكوري في الانسحاب في الجزء الجنوبي من الخط ، حيث هم
كانت بعيدة عن كوريا الشمالية. الفرقة السادسة تركت وراءها تأخير منظم وفعال بشكل جيد
الأطراف لتغطية عمليات السحب. في ال 19 من سبتمبر ، سقطت Waegwan إلى 5 RCT الولايات المتحدة ،
والقسم الأول لجمهورية كوريا في الجبال اخترقت شمال تايجو إلى نقاط وراء
خطوط الشعب KPA 1 و 13th. هؤلاء الانقسامات ثم بدأت الانسحاب.
بحلول 23 سبتمبر ، كانت قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري تماما على الانسحاب بالطبع. الاخير
القوات الكورية الشمالية في كوريا الجنوبية لا تزال تقاتل هزم عندما الجنرال والتون ووكر
اندلع الجيش الثامن من محيط بوسان ، الانضمام إلى الجيش فيلق X في تنسيق
الهجوم على قوات الجيش الشعبي الكوري. من بين 70 ألف جندي من الجيش الشعبي الكوري حول بوسان ، المزيد
أكثر من نصفهم قتلوا أو أسروا. ومع ذلك، لأن قوات الأمم المتحدة قد ركزت على اتخاذ
سيول بدلا من قطع انسحاب الجيش الشعبي الكوري الشمال ، ما تبقى من 30000 جندي كوري شمالي
هرب إلى الشمال عبر نهر يالو. لكن الكوريين الشماليين عانوا عددا كبيرا
من الخسائر وخسر غالبية من الدبابات والمدفعية.
في 29 سبتمبر ، كوريا الجنوبية تم استعادة الحكومة في سيول. قواتهم
واصل تقدمه وذهب الماضي 38 موازية. حذرت الصين أنه إذا كانت الولايات المتحدة
القوات عبرت 38 موازية أنها سوف تدخل. ومع ذلك في 7 أكتوبر ،
سمحت الأمم المتحدة للقوات الأمريكية بالعبور في كوريا الشمالية.
بحلول 19 أكتوبر ، عاصمة كوريا الشمالية تم القبض على بيونغ يانغ من قبل قوات الأمم المتحدة. على
في 26 أكتوبر ، قامت الولايات المتحدة بالهبوط في Riwon و Wonsan ، ولكن كلاهما كان
اتخذت بالفعل من قبل الجيش الكوري الجنوبي. بواسطة ثم عانى الجيش الشعبي الكوري حوالي 200،000 رجل
قتل أو جرح ، ليصبح المجموع 335000 خسائر منذ نهاية يونيو 1950 ، و
قد فقدت 313 دبابة. كان الزخم بشكل حاسم على جانب
قوات الامم المتحدة. عدم القدرة على اختراق محيط بوسان ، يعاني الكثير من الضحايا
في محاولة للقيام بذلك ، وناجحة الأمريكية هبطت الهبوط في إنتشون مسار
الحرب الأهلية الكورية. لقد أصبح واضحا هذا فقط في حالة التدخل الأجنبي
يمكن أن تقدم قوات الأمم المتحدة يمكن أن يكون المتوقفة. صرح ستالين بوضوح تردده
لنشر القوات السوفيتية ، لكنه طلب ذلك أرسل الصينيون 5-6 فرق إلى كوريا.
سيثبت التدخل الصيني القادم لتكون قوة قوية بما فيه الكفاية لتحقيق الجمود
في الحرب الأهلية الكورية. حرب الرعد لديها تكرسانة لا مثيل لها من أكثر
من 1200 دبابة دقيقة تاريخيا ، الطائرات ، طائرات الهليكوبتر والسفن من 1930s إلى
1990s ، للعب في 80 ساحات القتال الرئيسية من
الحرب العالمية الثانية والحرب الباردة. دعم لدينا قناة والحصول على طائرة متميزة ، دبابة أو
سفينة وترقية حساب لمدة ثلاثة أيام باعتبارها مكافأة
عن طريق الضغط على الرابط في الوصف! نحن نخطط للحديث أكثر عن الكورية
الحرب على قناة الملوك والجنرالات وقناتنا الثانية "الحرب الباردة"
الرابط الذي يمكنك أن تجد في الوصف أو في الزاوية اليسرى العليا ، لذلك تأكد من ذلك
مشترك في كليهما. نود أن نعبر امتناننا لمؤيدي باتريون و
أعضاء القناة ، الذين يجعلون إنشاء مقاطع الفيديو لدينا ممكن. الآن ، يمكنك أيضا دعم
لنا عن طريق شراء البضائع لدينا عبر الرابط

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The bladesmiths see which of their forged bowie knives will make the cut in this test from Season 6, “Washington’s Colichemarde”. #ForgedInFire
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Bladesmiths, welcome
to the strength test. The moose antler chop– remember, this test is all
about what the antler does to your bowies and not
what the Rough Rider bowies do to these moose antlers. Dan, you're up first. You ready? Yes, sir. [pounding] Edge held up perfectly. There's no splinting,
rolling, chipping. One small issue–
there's a little piece of the handle that comes up
right here, and it's sharp. In general, really well done. Thank you. John, you're up. You ready? Yes, sir. [pounding] Your guard is quite loose. In the testing, your edge took
a roll that you can hear here. In all, I mean, it's one knife
instead of two, which is great. And it's got a great
look to it, so well done. Thanks, sir. Josh, you're up. You ready? Does it matter? No. [music playing] [pounding] [sighs] Good job, man. Thanks. There's some serious
gaps on both sides between the handle
material and the guard. Aside from those issues,
the blade held up perfectly. Well done. Thank you. Bladesmiths, welcome to the
sharpest test, the fish slice. To find out if there's any
edge left to your weapon, I want to take your
Rough Rider bowies and try to get some salmon
steaks out of this fish. Dan, you're up first. You ready? Yes, sir. Let's do this. [pounding] Well, we got four
steaks out of it– beautiful job. It is sharp. There was a spot
here in the guard. It could have been
smoothened out. But it did not affect
the use of your blade. The balance of
your blade is good. And most importantly,
it will cut. Good job, sir. Thank you. John, you ready? Yes, sir. [pounding] On the first cut, did
cut all the way through. I just ran out of blade. But under subsequent
cuts, it is sharp. And overall, sir, your blade– it will cut. Thanks, sir. All right, Josh.
Your turn. You ready?
– Go to it. Let's do it. [slicing] Good job. Thanks, man. All right, Josh, let's
talk about your blade here. First up is the handle. It feels like it should be held
this way because it's off-line. And in one of the
cuts, it did affect the way I was indexing my
hip with the guard and then into the blade. But this is a sharp
blade, and it will cut. That's awesome. That's all I wanted to hear. Bladesmiths, we asked you
to make Rough Rider bowies to honor President Theodore
Roosevelt. The judges' deliberation is complete. They've made a final decision. Only two of you can move
forward into the finale. One of you bladesmiths
has to leave the forge. And that bladesmith is John. Your blade didn't make the cut. David Baker's going
to tell you why. John, this decision came down
to the strength test in which your blade picked up a rolled
edge and a loose guard, making it the only blade
that took any damage. John, please
surrender your bowie. My only real regret is that
the handle just didn't hold up. The guard didn't hold up. I would have worked
better on the handle. I came here to prove
to myself that I am working down the right
path of my craftsmanship. And I believe I've
proved that to myself under these conditions.

The Space Shuttle's Last Flight (Atlantis) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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As Atlantis completes its 135th and final mission, this definitive documentary charts the rise and fall of the most ambitious space programme ever undertaken, the space shuttle. For the past three decades since it first launch in 1981, the shuttle has become an iconic symbol of America’s technological dominance while at the same time rewriting the rules of space travel. Here is reusable vehicle that could lift off like a rocket, carry people and cargo into Earth’s orbit, then land on a runway like a plane and do it time after time. But two disasters, in 1986 and 2003, and the tragic loss of 14 astronauts shocked the World, and signalled the end of the programme, and the end of an era. However, its legacy has been extraordinary. In 30 years of service, the shuttle has flown more miles, completed more missions and put more men and women in orbit than any other spacecraft in history. It has transformed our understanding of the universe, aided technological advancement, and enabled us to study the environmental consequences we have had on our planet. After this July, when the shuttle takes its last flight, the USA will no longer be able to put a man in space for the first time in over half a century.

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Royal Deaths & Diseases: Living By The Sword | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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Extraordinary royal war injuries, including Richard the Lionheart, hit by a crossbow bolt, and Henry V, critically wounded by an arrow to his skull.

Series investigating how royal doctors and medicine have changed the course of British history – from madness to war wounds, decadence to the struggles to conceive an heir. The series recounts the fates of Richard the Lionheart and Henry V on the battlefield; examines Britain’s most famously mad king, George III, and investigates the stories of Queen Victoria’s clinical depression and Henry VI’s acute schizophrenia. The film also examines how Royal misbehaviour changed the image of the monarchy – from Henry VIII’s overeating and lack of exercise to Charles II’s death at the hands of his own doctors and George IV’s opium-fuelled reign.

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Pawn Stars: How Chumlee Got His Name (Season 6) | History



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Chumlee reveals the origin of his nickname when a vintage animation cell is brought into the shop in this scene from Season 6, “Hot and Colt”. #PawnStars
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COREY: What do we got? BRAD: I'm selling a
limited edition animation cel of "Tennessee
Tuxedo," featuring Stanley, the zookeeper,
Tennessee Tuxedo, and– COREY: –Chumley the walrus. Well, I can definitely see now
how you got the name, Chumlee. CHUMLEE: Spitting image. BRAD: I came to
the pawn shop today to sell a limited
edition "Tennessee Tuxedo" animation cel. I'm hoping to get $350 for it. I want to sell it because I
just bought an engagement ring. I'm hoping she says
yes, but we'll see. COREY: So how'd you get it? I bought it online from
a dealer a few years ago. COREY: All right. Well, "Tennessee
Tuxedo" has always been pretty popular around here. Tennessee was a penguin
that lived in the zoo and was always coming up with
ways to try to break out, and Chumley would
inevitably screw it up. BRAD: Exactly. COREY: It's just
like our pawn shop. I'm Tennessee Tuxedo,
trying to run a business, and a guy named Chumlee
is screwing it up. And the zookeeper
always reminded me a little bit of my grandfather. Just always kind of angry
and yelling at Chumley. Well, I could definitely
see the resemblance. Tennessee Tuxedo came
out the early 1960s and only ran for
like three seasons. But it kind of
became a sleeper hit. There was reruns on
TV up until the 1980s. Can I see this cel? BRAD: Sure. You got anything with it. BRAD: There's a
seal right there. All right, now, is
this a reproduction? Because it says 1993 on it. The cartoons were made
in the early '60s. BRAD: It's a reproduction,
but it's a limited edition. It's signed by executive
producer Peter Piech. CHUMLEE: No one ever cares
about the executive producer. [chuckling] COREY: In 1993, they
probably went around, and who's still alive that we
could tie to "Tennessee Tuxedo" and had him sign
a bunch of them. Right. I mean, the only reason I'm
going to buy it is because I'm going to hang it above
my desk because my best friend's Chumlee. Corey acts like I
get on his nerves, but I knew he had
a soft spot for me. So what do you
want to do with it? I'd like to sell it. Any idea what you're
looking to get out of it? I was hoping to
get $350 for it. $350? I deal with thousands of
production cels a year. And in my experience, I'd
say it'd be worth about $300. So that being said, man,
I'll give you around $200. Could you do $275? It's limited edition, so there
aren't that many out there. COREY: I'll split it
with you and go $250. Don't ask for any more because
I'm not going to pay it. I can do $250. All right, man, deal. $250 is fine. It doesn't pay for
the engagement ring, but it definitely pays
for the taxes of it. [cash register ding] COREY: Check this out, Pops. It's pretty cool. What's the cartoon? What is it? COREY: Chumley the
walrus, Tennessee Tuxedo, and Stanley Livingston. I like it because it
reminds me of Chum, myself, and The Old Man. RICK: I think it's
stupid, and it's never going to be worth anything. Don't be mad because you don't
have a cartoon of yourself. Why would I want
a cartoon of myself? COREY: Because
you're the most vain, egotistical person I know. And we all have a cartoon
that represents us, and you're not in it. I don't think Rick likes
it too much when he's not the center of attention. RICK: It was bad animation
when it was made. Corey, he's jealous. Figures my dad would get
jealous over a cartoon, but I think I found a
way of including him that will make him feel better. RICHARD: Go hang it
in Rick's office. [cash register ding] COREY: Here, Pops. Look what I got for you. Noticed you were a little
hurt about not being included in the whole cartoon
thing, so I went ahead and found Professor
Whoopie here, you know, the bald, know-it-all
professor that Tennessee would always ask for advice. I added it into the
picture for you. In a Pawn Shop shirt? Yeah, I customized it for you. RICK: How in the
world is that me? Well, he's got
short, stubby legs. He's bald. He's got kind of a potbelly. He's a know-it-all,
puffy cheeks. If his head was a
little bit bigger, he'd be a perfect
match for you, son. [chuckling] Why are you doing this to me? COREY: Doing what? You're finally a
cartoon character. All I know is if you guys
start calling me Whoopie, I will fire you. Get that thing out of my
face and get back to work. Whatever you say,
Professor Whoopie. RICHARD: You have to admit,
Rick, they got you good. RICK: They didn't
get me on anything. RICHARD: They got you.

Ancient Plastic Surgery: Episode 2 (Ancient History) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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British plastic surgeon Natasha Hidvegi was astounded to learn that an operation she was working on, in restoring the nose of a cancer patient, was developed 3,000 years ago, in India. So begins her journey around the world and back in time to investigate what the ancient civilisations of Egypt, India and Rome might have known about cosmetic and restorative surgery. In Varanasi, home of Aruyvedic medicine, Natasha starts her quest observing a rhinoplasty (nose job) being carried out according to techniques devised by the Ayurvedic medic Sushruta way back in the 5th Century BC. Back in London, she assists at the very same operation carried out by Harley Street specialists. Sushruta’s operation and the principles it underlines has remained the bedrock for plastic surgery right up to today, becoming the most popular and successful form of restorative rhinoplasty available in the world at this time. Natasha discovers that plastic surgery dates back to the earliest records we have – and probably, beyond that time. Queen Nefertiti was one of the greatest beauties ever known. Plastic surgeons reveal that the dimensions of her face still provide the model for their work. But was her remarkable face entirely natural? Ancient Plastic Surgery reveals how ancient surgeons carried out the most delicate cosmetic work from nose jobs to breast reduction, eye-lid lifts, foreskin restoration, clitoris reduction as well as the concealment of scars and wounds. And all of this work completed without anything to equal the anaesthesia of today.

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Ancient Aliens: Sci-fi Inspired by Outside Forces (Season 11, Episode 5) | History



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Some ancient astronaut theorists believe some science fiction writers – some of whose ideas became reality over time – were actually helped by extraterrestrials in this clip from Season 11, Episode 5, “The Visionaries “. #AncientAliens
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TV ANNOUNCER: How
far out can you get? That's the big question
in television today, and CBS has the big answer,
its fabulous new series "Lost in Space". NARRATOR: In 1965,
the CBS network announced the
debut of what would become television's
first prime-time science-fiction series. TV ANNOUNCER: Wouldn't Dad
like to use this gadget to beat that thruway traffic? NARRATOR: Set in the far
future of 1997, "Lost in Space" told the story of a
family of space colonists who become marooned
on an alien world. It underscored America's
growing acceptance that mankind's
future was not here on Earth but out in the
vast reaches of the galaxy. This trend continued when the
following year NBC premiered "Star Trek", the epic saga of a
futuristic starship whose crew is charged with
exploring the galaxy, seeking out new life
and new civilizations, and going where no man or
woman had ever gone before. Interestingly,
both programs would appear in America's
living rooms years before mankind would even
step foot on the moon. It is amazing that today
we are living in times where only 40, 50 years
ago, people were fantasizing about the future. And here we are experiencing
that said future– not all of it, but many things. Where do we stand
50 years from now? I think science fiction
is a part of disclosure. Over time, science fiction
has become science fact. NASA ANNOUNCER:
Ignition sequence start. NARRATOR: Of course,
science fiction's role in pre-envisioning what would
ultimately become the world's science fact was nothing new. But are many of today's
scientific wonders merely the product of fertile
minds and wild imaginations, or do they have their
origins elsewhere, possibly light years away? There's an interesting theory
the idea that certain profound science-fiction writers may not
have just simply come up with the ideas for their
stories on their own, or they may have
thought they came with the ideas on their own. Perhaps there was an outside
force presenting it to them. Have science-fiction
authors and writers been inspired by extraterrestrials? NARRATOR: Could
extraterrestrials have given humanity
glimpses of its own future through science fiction? And if the creative
minds of the past had been able to pre-envision
the incredible technologies of the present day,
then should we also regard the science
fiction of today as a guide to where
mankind is headed next? Where do we stand
50 years from now? And if we're talking about
science fiction today, one recurring theme
is what happens if we gain the ability to
upload our consciousness to some type of a computer? Is it possible that our future
may lie in a digital realm? I would not want my thoughts
to be uploaded to a computer because then we
really become glass. This planet will cease to
exist within two seconds if we all know each
other's thoughts. So there is a fine line we
have to walk between what can and will ensure our
future and what can and will be our assured annihilation. NARRATOR: According to many
ancient-astronaut theorists, the visions of a bleak future
as depicted in today's science fiction could, if
realized, prove as perilous as they once seemed profound. But they also suggest that
the messages that mankind's visionaries receive may not
be dire predictions as much as they are warnings,
warnings intended to help mankind avoid annihilation.

Ancient Aliens: The Mystery Beneath Rudloe Manor (Season 12, Episode 3) | History



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At the British Royal Navy’s Corsham Computer Centre in Wiltshire, UK, could they be continuing extraterrestrial investigations originally begun at Rudloe Manor? #AncientAliens
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[music playing] NARRATOR: Despite the fact that
it is not open to the public, ancient astronaut
theorist Giorgio Tsoukalos asked Nick Pope to
take him to the CCC for a firsthand look
at the installation. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: All right. Good luck. Thank you very much. NARRATOR: As a former employee
of the Ministry of Defense, Nick did not feel it
was appropriate for him to approach the facility
himself without clearance. – I'll see you later, Nick.
– Yes. Take care.
[door closes] [music playing] GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Here we are.
The CCC. [music playing] The lights are on. And just like Nick explained,
it's got a barbed wire. It is fenced down. Impenetrable. NARRATOR: According to the
British Ministry of Defense, the CCC is simply
a data processing center for the Royal Navy. But if true, why is
it so heavily guarded? Clearly it's an
access to what seems to be an underground system. And if the stories that
Nick told me are true, then underneath our feet
is a vast system of tunnels and underground facilities. [first responder sirens wailing] NARRATOR: Within minutes
of Giorgio's arrival at the security
gate, the crew is met by a military police unit. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Can you tell
me anything about this place? NARRATOR: Unfortunately,
the situation ends with filming being halted. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS:
Well, we're only trying to find out the truth. NARRATOR: But why? What is it that's so top secret
that Giorgio and his camera crew are not even allowed
to film the entrance from public property? [music playing] So it was exactly
how you said. Fortification,
barbed wire fence. I had about five minutes and
then a police car showed up. And said, well, I think
it's time for you to leave. So I think you did exactly
the right thing to get out there while you could. But you know that A,
it is operational, and B, it's obviously important. They send the
security people out. I guarantee you,
they had eyes on you from the moment you started. NARRATOR: Could this
seemingly innocuous building, and the underground facilities
it lead to, be continuing the extraterrestrial
investigations that were previously carried
out at Rudloe Manor? Ancient astronaut
theorists say yes. And suggest that they are not
only looking into UFO reports, but mysterious
phenomenon that has been happening in the
county of Wiltshire for thousands of years. [music playing] – I think this is it right here.
– Yes. Here we are. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Great. NARRATOR: Author and
historian Andrew Collins has lived in or near
Wiltshire for most of his life and has investigated the
many strange happenings associated with the area.
– How are you? – All right.
– You good? Yeah, you? NARRATOR: Giorgio
and Nick arrange to meet with him to discuss
why the Ministry of Defense might have chosen this
location to be the headquarters of their UFO investigations. You're looking at the dead
center of weird activity in the whole of Great Britain. We've got UFOs. We've got crop circles. We've got the most intensive
amount of prehistoric sites. Ancient mounds. Barrows. Plus, we have, obviously, the
strange activity that surrounds places like Rudloe
Manor and Corsham, as a whole, where we are today. NICK POPE: : Absolutely. And some of these sites, I
don't think people realize, but they are older than
the Egyptian pyramids. Absolutely. We've got here Stonehenge
and Avebury itself. Most people think
that these sites go back 4,500 to 5,000 years. But they, in fact, go back
at least 10,000 years. I lived in the
center of Avebury, which is the largest
stone circle complex in the whole of the world. UFOs have been seen in the
vicinity of the stones there. Sometimes they have
been seen to actually come in to the circle and land. Other times, they have
manifested into strange shapes, figures, things like that. [music playing] All around the
country, there are certain areas
where UFOs manifest more than anywhere else. They're called window areas. And I believe that the area
around Stonehenge and Avebury is exactly one of
those window areas.

Restoration Home: One Year On (Episode 1) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



Restoration Home documented the stories of six historic buildings at risk of being lost forever. Six new owners made a commitment to transform them into their dream homes. But there was more to rescuing these buildings than anyone imagined.

Kieran Long revisits Sandford House and Abbey Lane for an update on their ongoing restoration and to reveal new stories that have come to light since the programmes were first broadcast. He meets the talented craftspeople who helped save them and explores the art of craft, how skills passed down from generation to generation make it possible for these properties to be authentically restored.

Ralph and Evelyn sunk every penny they had into trying to save Sandford House near Dundee, a rare arts and crafts home built in 1902. One of the key features of the house was the dramatic sunken hall and its enormous bay window containing more than seven hundred individual panes of glass, most of which needed repairing by expert glass restorer Liz Rowley. Kieran returns to witness first-hand the meticulous work that Liz and her fellow conservators have carried out. Meanwhile, Ralph and Evelyn receive a very special visitor, the granddaughter of Sandford House’s original creator, but what will she make of the 21st-century restoration?

The successful completion of Abbey Lane in Southam, Warwickshire, owes as much to the determination of Sally and Stuart as it does to carpenter Brendan White. He managed to restore the shockingly frail 16th-century timber skeleton but hasn’t returned since the house was complete. After the hundreds of hours he dedicated to saving it, how will Brendan react now that it’s finally a home? And, after all they went through, is it everything Sally and Stuart dreamt it would be?

Crumbling, ancient houses are brought back to life by passionate owners as they restore and convert them into striking 21st century homes, unravelling the properties’ extraordinary past lives through their architectural and social history.

Grand Designs meets Who Do You Think You Are? Presented by Caroline Quentin, Restoration Home follows private owners of crumbling historic buildings as they save them from ruin and restore them into wonderful 21st century homes. With the help of architectural expert, Kieran Long, and social historian, Dr. Kate Williams, Restoration Home turns detective to unravel the properties’ astonishing lives. As the new owners transform the buildings into their homes, the family trees of these crumbling ruins start to emerge. Tales of Kings and Queens, murder, civil unrest, moments that shocked and shaped Britain are revealed as these buildings are brought back to life.

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Ancient Aliens: The Wedge of Aiud (Season 12, Episode 2) | History



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This mysterious tool was found 30 feet in the ground and has a significant patina, evidence that it’s quite ancient. Yet it seems to be made of aluminum, which was not invented back then. #AncientAliens
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NARRATOR: On January 18, 2017,
at the National History Museum of Transylvania, ancient
astronaut theorists Giorgio Tsoukalos and Eric von
Daniken were offered a rare opportunity to
get a firsthand look at the Wedge of Aiud. Museum curator Anna Gruia
has taken it out of a storage locker where it has
been deliberately hidden from the public
since the early 1970s. OK, I'm just going
to put my gloves on. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS:
This is great. ANA GRUIA: So this is it. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Oh,
OK, this is strange. ERICH VON DANIKEN:
It's very heavy. Touch it.
Take it. It's heavy. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Wow. This was found at a
depth of 10 meters, which is about 30 feet in the ground.
ANA GRUIA: Yes. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS:
Yes, and here this is where they took
the sample out in here to make the analysis. And here, you see two pieces
that are broken off sort of. So maybe it was attached or
something, but very strange. So what does the museum
have to say about this? This is a very strange piece. It is. It is a strange
piece for us as well. As historians, we do not
consider it a historical object that we're used to. We don't know what
it was used for, and we acknowledge these
uncertainties about its dating and its composition as well. ERICH VON DANIKEN: So for
what can you use this? It looks like a
hammer or a shovel. But, Giorgio, what is the
word in English [non-english]?? Oh, an excavator tooth. Well, it looks like this. It could have been
something like this. But these excavator tubes are
never made out of aluminium. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS:
No, it's too weak. ERICH VON DANIKEN:
Aluminium is too soft. They are made out of steel,
especially hard steel. So it could not be that. So we have a real mystery here. But you see this patina
over this whole object? And this creates
another problem. GIORGIO TSOUKALOS: Yes, because
you cannot fake a patina. It's impossible to
artificially create a patina. NARRATOR: The patina is a
thin coating of various metal compounds that
forms on the surface of the metal during exposure
to atmospheric elements. The older the
object, the thicker the patina layer will be. It takes hundreds,
if not thousands, of years for a thick
layer of patina, as this apparently
is, for it to develop. Yes, we agree. There are two basic
problems– one, that aluminum was not
invented at the age when we presume this was in use. And second, it's the
patina, as you noted. ERICH VON DANIKEN: Which
speaks for the date, for the age of it. So we still have
a mystery here. Thank you very much for
showing us this object, because I know that there was a
time when nobody knew where it was, somewhere in a box in the
back, which means present-day archeology has a problem. And they're doing
magnificent work. But when something like
this comes along, you know, we should investigate
this and not put it in a box in the back. Definitely. It did depend on mentalities
and official position. ERICH VON DANIKEN: Yes. [chuckling] It isn't currently
exhibited because we have to admit as
historians that we do not know more details about it. For us, it's just
baffling at this point. But taking the logic further,
this conflicting information could have just two
solutions so far– one, that it is
really not so old. And the context is
irrelevant, and the patina was somehow produced in
special circumstances. So it's a new object,
strangely preserved, let's say. And the second option
is, of course, that it's not of terrestrial origin. In all of your
adventures, how does this compare to some
of the other things that are inexplicable? I am helpless. I have no idea. That says it all right
there, very bizarre. Bizarre. I've known about this thing
since the early 1990s. And I have to tell you that
looking at it in person was a dream come true. And it's a very strange thing. I mean, how do you explain this? It certainly looks as if it
was part of a larger object.

Battlefield 1 Historical Analysis – In The Name Of The Tsar – They Shall Not Pass I THE GREAT WAR



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欢迎大家收看新一期有关战地1预告片的解析视频 看得出你们很喜欢上一期的节目,所以我们决定 做一期关于最新扩展包的节目 两个DLC分别是“誓死坚守”和“以沙皇之名” 无论如何谈论一战中一些鲜为人知的豆知识
总是令人一颗赛艇 顺便提下我和马库斯所做的一点微小的工作:
DICE的这两段预告片的文字部分都是我们编辑的 顺便提下我和马库斯所做的一点微小的工作:
DICE的这两段预告片的文字部分都是我们编辑的 顺便提下我和马库斯所做的一点微小的工作:
DICE的这两段预告片的文字部分都是我们编辑的 先看毛子的预告片 开篇的诗句出自俄国著名女诗人
安德烈耶芙娜·艾哈迈托娃之手 “你会听见惊雷而铭记我——这个女人渴望着风暴” “天际终将一片血红,而那时的你,正如往常一样,
烈火灼心” “天际终将一片血红,而那时的你,正如往常一样,
烈火灼心” 拔出的匕首透着杀气 实际上这是把来自高加索的哥萨克短剑,
所以这里的主人公可能是来自高加索地区的哥萨克人 实际上这是把来自高加索的哥萨克短剑,
所以这里的主人公可能是来自高加索地区的哥萨克人 一辆装甲列车正冲过雪原 看上去应该是“扎阿穆列茨”号装甲列车
(后来成了张作霖麾下的“第一〇五号”) 这辆列车在同行中都算得上怪兽级别了,
它有16mm厚的装甲 由2台60马力的汽油机驱动,
装配有76.2mm的普提洛夫炮 这辆列车数异其主,接受过多次改造,
第一次是在1916年起为帝俄军队服务 后来它又一度被红军接管,
最后它成了捷克军团横穿西伯利亚的载具 那时候它叫“奥列克号” 现在的你可能会觉得装甲列车这种载具相当蠢,
但在一战和俄国内战中 它却有着举足轻重的地位,要知道
你不能直接炸烂火车扬长而去 因为它是你的敌人和你唯一能仰赖的补给线 另外值得注意的是那一整排的圆木栅栏,
典型的斯堪的纳维亚风格 在波罗的海沿岸也很流行,主要是爱沙尼亚 2架由著名飞机设计师西科斯基设计研发的
“伊里亚-穆罗梅茨”双翼重型轰炸机正飞过云间 俄国空军在一战一开始就拥有了
这种异常强大的四引擎轰炸机 这种飞机能搭载16名乘客,上面有一个卧室,
甚至还有一个厕所 最大的型号能搭载0.8吨的炸弹量,这在当时相当惊人 差不多有1800磅了 上面自卫用的机枪有⑨挺 再配上5mm的装甲,这家伙是名副其实的
第一代空中堡垒 这大概也是第一种配备全封闭座舱的飞机 画面切到加利西亚战场,我们能看到一辆
“普提洛夫-伽福德”装甲车 4×2的轮式底盘让它看上去更像是卡车 东线战场上大约有48辆投入战斗,
主要配给特种突击部队使用 它配有一门76mm山炮和两侧的马克沁机枪各一挺 这里它跑得有点过快了,实际上
发动机的马力不足使它的最高时速只有10英里 差不多16公里每小时,这还是在优良公路上的速度
而不是在泥泞的加利西亚农村地区 在东线战场上,装甲车一直扮演着重要角色 你们可能也听说过著名的比利时装甲车军团 德国人也在进攻罗马尼亚时使用过装甲车 东欧的加利西亚地区一直是一战的重要战场 一战伊始,在加利西亚战役中俄军和奥匈军队
都损失惨重 一战伊始,在加利西亚战役中俄军和奥匈军队
都损失惨重 随后的三年里战事又会重回此地 一些长枪骑兵冲了过来 右边的骑手头戴着“帕帕克”帽,
这种帽子在高加索地区十分流行 所以这位大概是一名切尔克斯骑兵或库班哥萨克 在1915年的戈尔利采-塔尔努夫攻势中,
哥萨克骑兵对德军的突击只是起到些心理作用 当然一般来说他们的骑术都很精湛 骑兵在开阔的东线战场本就该大展拳脚 骑兵可以发动奇袭,击溃残敌或是前线侦察 装甲列车实际上就依赖骑兵为其做前沿侦察 这里实际上是一把“刘将军”步枪
(由汉阳兵工厂厂长刘庆恩将军设计) 这里实际上是一把“刘将军”步枪
(由汉阳兵工厂厂长刘庆恩将军设计) 你可能会想中国和一战有什么关系 除去1914年的青岛围城以及活跃在
西线的中国劳工团 中国在一战期间可发生了不少事 这期间的种种事件可谓剪不断理还乱 拜托各位善用搜索功能啦,
我们之前出过一期特别节目讲这个 这里的主人公正使用德制MG 14/17轻机枪 帕拉贝鲁姆 MG14型是MG 08的改进型号,
水冷系统被取代 后坐力得到减轻,原先的弹带供弹系统也被
替换成封闭的弹鼓供弹 后坐力得到减轻,原先的弹带供弹系统也被
替换成封闭的弹鼓供弹 它的射速达到每分钟700发 不过这并不意味着它适合地面作战 取消水冷系统意味着它非常容易过热 因此,MG 14主要用于空中载具 在大威力的双筒霰弹枪旁边,我们能看到
背景里的法制155mm“德·班戈”炮 在大威力的双筒霰弹枪旁边,我们能看到
背景里的法制155mm“德·班戈”炮 这种炮虽然有效,但其实是
自1877年就开始服役的老炮了 大约有180门支援给了俄军 德军正快速逼近一个炮兵阵地 火炮的大仰角说明敌人在很远的地方,也许在海上
我们还能看到两座无线电塔, 或许这预示着某个确实的地理位置 这是另一段宣传视频的场景,
我猜这段场景出自德军的两栖登陆作战: 发生于西爱沙尼亚群岛的“阿尔比昂”行动 这次行动距今大约100年了,
很快我们会在正片里详细讲解 一架双翼战机正在攻击,
俄军在东线用过的飞机可谓五花八门 德国空军也在东线频繁出动 主要是侦察任务 你能在这架索普维斯战机上看见俄国皇室的徽章 有趣的是,在里加战役中,
大量的俄国飞行员被布尔什维克逮捕 原因是他们属于上层阶级 所以在德军登陆开始之前,俄国空军就已经元气大伤 所以在德军登陆开始之前,俄国空军就已经元气大伤 登陆过程和预告片里可不太一样 这场面太大了说实话。。。有点像
30年后的奥马哈海滩 在预告片开头发声的女性士兵出现了 从她的战斗发型来看,她似乎是俄军死亡营的一员 从她的战斗发型来看,她似乎是俄军女子死亡营的一员 第一个女子死亡营由玛丽亚·波卡列娃组建,
她们参加了1917年的“克伦斯基"攻势 另一个则是在十月革命后的彼得格勒 “你们可曾听见? 凶残的敌兵在嘶吼 他们正向我们扑来 残杀你的妻子和儿女 拿起武器!武装起来! 进军!进军! 用敌人的浊血灌溉我们的沟渠!” 没错,这是马赛曲,我们现在来看法国 这名法军士兵戴着一顶标准野战帽,
而非现代的制式钢盔 他的穿着看上去有些破烂,或许这意味着
他是一名从战争伊始就参战至今的老兵 他的穿着看上去有些破烂,或许这意味着
他是一名从战争伊始就参战至今的老兵 从他身旁跑过的医疗兵倒是戴着钢盔 一战中是法国第一个搞出了军用钢盔,
并于1915年推广全军 医疗兵手里拿着一把RSC 1917式半自动步枪 这款枪的最初型号在法军中口碑不佳 不过1918年的改型克服了不少缺点 这些士兵正在地下工事里交火,
这里很可能是凡尔登的沃要塞 这里相对干净的环境倒是非常适合士兵手里的
邵沙轻机枪 这种枪的弹夹是开放式的,因而十分忌讳泥沙 一个士兵被炸到了亲吻天花板的高度 这种地下要塞内的鏖战显然已经达到了人类的耐受极限 这种地下要塞内的鏖战显然已经达到了人类的耐受极限 手雷和枪炮带来的气体和火焰令人窒息 大部分时间要塞内都是漆黑一片,因为供电中断 而油灯又因为炮火易燃的原因不能点亮 手雷无疑是这里最好的武器 沃要塞只是法军在凡尔登钢铁防线上众多要塞里的一个 德军意图在1916年2月攻占凡尔登,
所以他们必须把这些挡路的要塞全部攻克 德军意图在1916年2月攻占凡尔登,
所以他们必须把这些挡路的要塞全部攻克 沃要塞的战斗算得上是最残酷的一场,
法军在补给断绝的情况下任然坚持抵抗 他们不得不舔墙上的渗水来求生 大头朝下锄大地可能是圣沙蒙坦克最危险的动作之一 法国人发明的这第二种坦克可是相当的笨重,
装在车头的75mm阵地炮使得它头重脚轻 法国人发明的这第二种坦克可是相当的笨重,
装在车头的75mm野战炮使得它头重脚轻 在1917年法军的反攻中这种坦克表现糟糕,
大部分都成了德军防御炮火的刀下鬼 在1917年法军的反攻中这种坦克表现糟糕,
大部分都成了德军防御炮火的刀下鬼 1918年它被重新设计,不再是步兵坦克
而是作为移动火炮平台,这种改造相当成功 1918年它被重新设计,不再是步兵坦克
而是作为移动火炮平台,这种改造相当成功 不过那时候大部分都报废成了支援坦克 这种坦克由一台油电混合引擎驱动,速度非常非常慢 现存的这一辆圣沙蒙坦克参加了2017年的Tankfest
以及法国的国庆阅兵礼 现存的这一辆圣沙蒙坦克参加了2017年的Tankfest
以及法国的国庆阅兵礼 一辆巨大的坦克正在前进 一战中最小的坦克之一,雷诺FT旁边的
则是最大的坦克之一,夏尔2C 一战中最小的坦克之一,雷诺FT旁边的
则是最大的坦克之一,夏尔2C 夏尔2C超重型坦克可不仅仅“重”在名字上 它有69吨重,10米长,差不多30英尺了 它装有4挺哈奇开斯机枪和一门强力的短管75mm加农炮 1917年12月投产,本来是作为1919年攻势的带头大哥 当然这场攻势并不存在 但是部分原型车留存了下来 约翰牛也有类似的设计(马克8型)
如果战争继续 英国坦克很可能也进化成这种滚动的装甲堡垒 我们看到的这种坦克攻势只可能
发生在终战前的一个月里,比如在法国的阿梅尔 我们看到的这种坦克攻势只可能
发生在终战前的一个月里,比如在法国的阿梅尔 只有在步坦协同的战术真正确立 装甲部队的用途和策略得到发展 并且坦克本身足够可靠时
画面里那种装甲大兵团进攻的画面才能成真 当然,速度绝对没游戏里那么快 这些爆炸的画面让我忍不住想念诗,
我最喜欢的一战诗 由我最喜欢的一战诗人普莱沃特·鲍德里克所写 我记得有一篇叫《德国枪炮》 Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom Boom(黑人问号???) “They shall not pass” “誓死坚守”,凡尔登之战中法军的名言 总是和菲利普·贝当元帅联系在一起,
实际上说这话的是罗伯特·尼维尔将军 这句话很好的诠释了法军在凡尔登
近乎非人的顽强防御力 凡尔登地区的莫尔翁(死人山)纪念碑上正刻着这句话 这是个相当不错的纪念碑,如果你正好经过附近
请务必走上一趟 佛兰德斯乡村附近的一片罂粟花海 罂粟花很快成了死去英军士兵的象征符号 现在更成为英国正式的追悼用花 这把枪应该是里贝罗勒1918全自动卡宾枪 它是最早的全自动步枪之一,由法国人设计制造
使用一种全新的实验弹以及直接反击式枪机运作 它是最早的全自动步枪之一,由法国人设计制造
使用一种全新的实验弹以及直接反击式枪机运作 这种枪混合了卡宾枪和全自动机枪(比如邵沙)的特点
不过它面世太晚,没来得及在战场上打出名堂 这种枪混合了卡宾枪和全自动机枪(比如邵沙)的特点
不过它面世太晚,没来得及在战场上打出名堂 重炮装填中 一般人都会低估这些炮弹的重量 这些榴弹炮的炮弹重约130公斤,最重的有340公斤 这款应该是BL 9.2英寸榴弹炮,英国货 据我所知应该不是给法国人用的 法国炮兵一般不会大规模使用这种攻城榴弹炮 他们更喜欢重型臼炮,野战炮以及战车炮 这个中世纪武士打扮的士兵实际上真实存在于一战 这种士兵叫“trench sweeper”,战壕清理者 他们属于法军的特种部队,负责在
总攻成功后消灭残余抵抗 有关他们影像资料传世极少,据说他们中
有些人穿着加厚皮甲或钢板作为护甲 有关他们影像资料传世极少,据说他们中
有些人穿着加厚皮甲或钢板作为护甲 这种护目镜和围巾的组合要么是一种原始的防毒面具
要么是应对飞溅碎片的防护 这种护目镜和围巾的组合要么是一种原始的防毒面具
要么是应对飞溅碎片的防护 鉴于他们通常和敌人短兵相接,
他们称手的兵器主要是手榴弹以及各种刀剑棍棒 鉴于他们通常和敌人短兵相接,
他们称手的兵器主要是手榴弹以及各种刀剑棍棒 不过法军最后并没有像德军或意呆利那样
真的部署这些超级特种突击部队 不过法军最后并没有像德军或意呆利那样
真的部署这些超级特种突击部队 一战中他们发展了现代步兵战术,
更多依赖于普通步兵联队的作用 一战中他们发展了现代步兵战术,
更多依赖于普通步兵联队的作用 最后一幕像极了一战中十分著名的宣传海报 脚踏燃烧的毁灭之地,孤傲的士兵屹立于祖国的最前线 有个很棒的细节:右侧的法属黑人士兵 他很可能是塞内加尔猎兵中的一员 这些黑人士兵来自于塞内加尔以及
马格里布其他地区的法属殖民地 在凡尔登战役中他们冲在了最前线 来自阿尔及利亚的部队也在西线
经历了德军的第一次毒气攻击 你能在大量宣传海报上看到他们的身影 这个法军士兵的不屈形象正印证这那句“誓死坚守” 凡尔登战役后这句口号成为名言,并风靡了整个西线 凡尔登战役后这句口号成为名言,并风靡了整个西线 好啦介绍完毕,我知道你们肯定要在评论区
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The Man Who Killed Richard III (British History) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



This is a story of conspiracy and betrayal, of a lust for power and a lost allegiance; the story of the man who killed King Richard III.

In this documentary we set out to prove that the Welshman Sir Rhys ap Thomas, master of Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire, killed King Richard III, changing the course of British history.

Sir Rhys ap Thomas had sworn allegiance to King Richard III. He had accumulated lands and status in Wales that were dependent, in part, on his loyalty to Richard. But at the Battle of Bosworth he betrayed him, fighting on the side of Henry Tudor. He dealt the fatal blow to Richard III.

We uncover what drove him Rhys ap Thomas to betray not only his master but a King – and we reveal his remarkable story; from a childhood embroiled in the War of the Roses and exile to the continent, to a determined and ambitious man who brought an abrupt end to the Plantagenet line, carving the way for his own rise to power at the heart of the Tudor dynasty.

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Ancient Aliens: Pythagoras' Revelations of Mathematical Sound (Season 12, Episode 8) | History



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Experts talk about Pythagoras’ influence on western music through his revolutionary analytics of the math of sound in this clip from Season 12, Episode 8, “The Alien Frequency”. #AncientAliens
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Ancient Aliens: Ancient Nuclear Energy at Mohenjo Daro (Season 9) | History



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Like Ancient Aliens? Catch our new series The UnXplained with William Shatner, Fridays at 10/9c after Ancient Aliens! Evidence suggests a powerful explosion …

Britain's Slave Trade: The Gold & Silver Trade | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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The Gold & Silver Trade looks at how the business of slavery was a case of slave-trading by complicit Africans, fuelled by the greed of African kings.

Britain’s Slave Trade reveals the shameful truth behind this liberal facade, showing how the economic, social and cultural life of Britain would have been unrecognisable without slavery. Britain’s Slave Trade explains how a middling European power transformed itself into the ruler of the waves, tracing the impact this had on the British way of life and taking in the Industrial Revolution, the beginnings of Empire and the birth of modern racism along the way. It also unearths startling evidence showing how many families that think of themselves as ‘pure’ English stock are in fact descended from slave ancestors.

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Ancient Rome Series EP 19 – Mithridates the Poison King



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The Poison King Mithridates: Rome’s Deadliest Enemy – by Adrienne Mayor. A dramatised book review by Damian Amamoo

hi everyone welcome back to episode 19 of our ancient Rome series that poison King Mithridates Rome's deadliest enemy you remember last time Mithra Daley's was really in a bind he was trapped on the beach and had nowhere to go but he made it through and he was eventually able to get across to sulla and establish a peace hooray the peace of darkness and Salah goes back to Rome and now Mithridates has ten years of peace how fantastic is that after all this fighting he uses the time to perfect his recipe that daily tonic that he has every day with herbs and things in accordant method ation and that ends up becoming very very popular in fact after after Mithra Daley's died much further down the track every Roman Emperor after Nero starts his day with a myth reduction to the exact same recipe and it grew and grew so the Royals and aristocrats through the ages including Charlemagne Alfred the Great Henry the eighth and even Elizabeth the first all had a myth reduction to start their day and that was often served to them in these ornate apothecary jars that show the life and times of Mithradates the ego bit of trivia we get back to the story we had the king of Bithynia dies and passes won't be Queens Bithynia to Rome and Rome sent a governor over to take it back Mithra daddy's looks at this from his ten years and goes up that's not fair that's breaking the peace of darkness it's all on again starts getting his armies organized and Rome responds by sending over lucullus remember the colors now with about forty thousand men and they group together and it looks like it's going to be all on and they just actually settle down in the battlefield face off against each other then out of nowhere would you believe it a comet comes out of the sky and lands in between the two armies and they both go oh my god and of course they consult this season what are we going to do and it there's huge crater and they both decide to fight another day Mithra ladies then decides that he's going to do something else and makes a bit of a bad decision I think he decides to attack a walled city of Sisyphus and this was a poor decision for a number of reasons one Mithra day this wasn't very good at attacking walled cities remember he didn't do very well against roads – by focusing all his attack on a walled city he took his eye off the colors who could then maneuver around him and three well Mithra dailies had a hundred thousand men and he fed these men from ships arriving with food in the port and then these the spoon had to be trucked inland to Mithra data's army and it had to come through a mountain pass now Mithra date has held that mountain pass so the food delivery was safeguarded through but me through de DS was lulled into a false sense of security by a new Roman general who called majus who had defected over to his side and Magister said look we don't need to worry about holding that mountain pass me through dailies because have a look the calluses got all of those embryos really poorly disciplined legions in his army shortly they'll just stage a no mutiny remember last episode and take over and we won't have to worry about anything at all they'll just fold on their own so let's move the mountain pass art and by the way did you hear that some slave upstart called Spartacus has come out from nowhere and pulled together of 70,000 men is winning against Rome it'll be easy so all of this played into me through daily psychology and he made a really bad error and recalled his men from the mountain pasture of course the Colossus men took the mountain path straightaway and blocked the food so me through dailies now found himself with a hundred thousand men and no food so he really increases his effort to try and take this walled city but he's not very good at it and he builds these big siege towers and they get blown down by the wind and he he's pelting it with fire arrows but the walls are holding and when the walls do finally fall a little bit the indomitable syczyk estate they build it back up before Mithra data's his men start to get in and he there's huge amounts of grain and food inside the city but Mithra Davises can't get it and his men are starving and in fact it's three weeks down the track and they're starting to eat camels they're starting to eat grass and worse Mithra daddy's orders a tunnel dug underneath to try and come up under the city of saker's but the colors his about it and digs a countertop and and meets them halfway and then sends a phony message to Mithra daddies that there's a member of the sickest council of elders that wants to meet me through daddies underneath inside the tunnel to show me through daddies the easiest way to get into Suzuka Underground me through daddies Toni desperate goes down into the tunnel into the darkness to meet this phony elder and then of course lucullus has planted a Centurion then the Centurion jumps up with the sword straight towards me through daddies he sees a tiny glint in the darkness at the last minute leaps back slams the door behind him and the sword just us into the wall and they have it another Houdini escape for Mithra days we'll see you next week

World War II: 1942 & Hitlers Soft Underbelly (Part 1) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



The British fought the Second World War to defeat Hitler. This film asks why, then, did they spend so much of the conflict battling through North Africa and Italy? Historian David Reynolds reassesses Winston Churchill’s conviction that the Mediterranean was the ‘soft underbelly’ of Hitler’s Europe. Travelling to Egypt and Italian battlefields like Cassino, scene of some of the worst carnage in Western Europe, he shows how, in reality, the ‘soft underbelly’ became a dark and dangerous obsession for Churchill. David Reynolds reveals a Prime Minister very different from the jaw-jutting bulldog of Britain’s ‘finest hour’ in 1940. A leader who was politically vulnerable at home, desperate to shore up a crumbling British empire abroad, losing faith in his army and even ready to deceive his American allies if it might delay fighting head to head against the Germans in northern France. The film marks the seventieth anniversary of the Battle of El Alamein in 1942.

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Roots: The System of American Slavery | History



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Historians and experts examine the American system of racialized slavery and the hypocrisy it relied on to function. #Roots

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A four-night, eight-hour event series, “Roots” is a historical portrait of one family’s journey through American slavery and their will to survive and preserve their legacy in the face of unimaginable hardship.

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American Pickers: From the Ground to the Rafters (Season 20) | Bonus | History



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Catch a new episode of American Pickers, Evel Live 2, and more during Car Week! The action begins July 7th at 8/7c! In Indiana, Mike & Frank meet Rick.

American Pickers: Driving a 1930s Convertible Back Home (Season 14) | History



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The guys fulfill a promise by driving a old school 1930s convertible back to the original owners in this clip from Season 14, “On the Road Again”. #AmericanPickers
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“American Pickers” takes antiquing to a new level as Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz scour the country for hidden gems in junkyards, basements, garages, and barns.

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MIKE WOLFE: Dani and I are
heading out on an epic journey. DANIELLE COLBY: We've got
a really important mission. MIKE WOLFE: A year
ago, we bought a 1935 Auburn Phaeton
convertible from Jan and Sandy in South Dakota. Oh, my gosh. Wow. An Auburn wasn't a car
for the common man. It was a car for movie stars
and the rich and famous. I tell you what. I'd do $26,000 on the car. $26,050. That's– I like you. $26,050. Oh, my god. Woo! MIKE WOLFE: We did the deal. We pulled it out. And I made a promise to Jan
that I've never forgotten. I just drove it
up the driveway. That's it? You never drove it
any farther than that? No. I tell you what, if we
get this thing running, I'm going to bring it back here,
and you're going to drive it. Oh, that will be wonderful. MIKE WOLFE: I want
to keep my word. So 13-plus hours later, we
finally make it to Doug Pray's in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Frankie and I picked Doug
Pray a couple of years ago. And his father bought out the
Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg factory when it closed down. This guy is an expert when
it comes to Auburn, Cord, and Duesenberg restoration. So he's the go-to guy
for repairing these cars. Oh, my gosh. [gasps] This is the one? This is the car. It looks amazing. Doug! DANIELLE COLBY: Hey. MIKE WOLFE: What's up, man? So what we're doing
is we're driving this car back to South Dakota. I made a commitment to
the guy I bought it from. And unfortunately, he's
passed away since then. Oh, wow.
OK. Yeah. The first thing that I
thought of when I heard that Jan passed away was Sandy. And the second
thing I thought of was I'm not going to be able to
keep my word to this man now. Both of those things
weighed heavy on my mind. So you know, we're going
to go see his wife. And you know, I just feel
like I need this trip. We need this trip. Yeah. You know, we need this trip. There's no better
way to honor him and this car than to
drive it to South Dakota. I'm going to fire this thing up. Get in, Frank. My beard ain't that thick yet. [engine starts] That's it. MIKE WOLFE: This car
is running sweet, man. This is probably how
Jan remembered it when he was younger. Thanks, buddy. Man, you did a good job. Mike, that looks good. MIKE WOLFE: Bringing
this car back to life and honoring it for what it is
is just as awesome as finding it in the first place. There they go, all
the way to South Dakota. I think he'll make it. DOUG PRAY: I think he's
headed in the wrong direction, but maybe he'll find his way. MIKE WOLFE: The whole
thing seems like a dream– finding the car in
a barn, sending it to a guy that's
the Auburn expert, and then picking it up
and taking it home, man. Even though Jan isn't
with us, he is still the reason we took this trip. That'd be awesome. DANIELLE COLBY: This is
going to be pretty cool. I think this is going to be
a little emotional, honestly. It's going to be
pretty incredible. Oh, my god. MIKE WOLFE: Hey, honey. Hi! Oh, how wonderful. – This is Danielle.
– How are you doing? Nice to finally meet you. This is Danielle. She works with us. Oh. Want to see the car? Remember, I told you we
were going to come back? Yeah. I didn't really expect
the car to come back. But when they came back
today, I was so excited. This is the original
leather interior. DANIELLE COLBY: And he
put the top down for you. Yeah, the top actually works. But I figured
you'd want it down. Yeah. You know? Mechanically, the car's
been gone through. But we really just
paid attention to keeping the history
of the car, you know? It's beautiful. – Isn't it beautiful?
– Yeah. Look at all the
different colors of blue. It is. It just took my breath away. It was so nice to see
it again and working. MIKE WOLFE: Do you
think Jan would approve? Oh, he would love it. He would. Do I get a ride? Yes. Yes, you get a ride. I want to get something. We didn't come all the way
here without giving you a ride. The feels that came
from that moment were just a little
intense for me. I didn't really anticipate
that kind of a– [sighs] it was a
cry fest in my head. Here's Jan, and he's
going to ride with us. MIKE WOLFE: No! Yeah. Oh, I love that. All right, here. Let me get the
door for you guys. Where do you want to go? Down the road. Woo-hoo! Down the road we go. Here we go, Jan! I knew he was looking
down and saying, hooray. Yeah! Oh, my gosh. MIKE WOLFE: I figured
you'd want the top down. I wanted it down. I love it down. I felt like I was 20 years old. Take me to the casino, sir. [laughter] All right. We're doing it. First thing she wanted to
do was hit the casino so she could show all of her friends. And it was the
cutest thing ever. We wanted this to be a
celebration of Jan's life Hey, look at the car for Jan! Let's go get an old-fashioned. Let's do it. And some French toast. Woo! Woo! Let me grab that for you.

National Geographic Documentary Extremme Engineering: Billionaire Towers



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Mystery Of The Cocaine Mummies (Ancient Egypt) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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Equinox brings us this investigation of a mystery that is baffling Egyptologists. The case calls into question whole areas of accepted scientific fact from botany, through chemistry to archaeology. In 1992, routine tests on a mummy in a Munich museum revealed high body levels of cocaine and nicotine. But such substances were not available in ancient Egypt, coming as they do from the Americas – not, apparently, to be “discovered” for thousands of years after the passing of the Egyptian dynasties. Are the mummies fakes; were the substances from plants that have since disappeared or were there, in fact, trade routes between Egypt and South America that predate accepted chronology?

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Eddie Hall's Cowboy Challenge: The Strongest Man in History (Season 1) | Exclusive | History



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HISTORY’s new series “The Strongest Man In History,” will send four of the world’s leading strongmen;—Brian Shaw, Eddie Hall, Robert Oberst and Nick Best—on a journey across the world to seek out history’s most legendary titans of strength, celebrate their feats of fortitude, immerse themselves in their history and attempt to break their long-standing records, some of which have endured for hundreds of years.

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– As you know, this is the first
of the three challenges. – Uh-huh. So the bet is I go
up against Nick, Brian, and Robert in
a cowboy challenge. – I know I?m more of a cowboy
than you, for sure. – Let?s settle this
on the playing field. Let?s do some challenges and
decide who is the cowboy. – I?ve castrated a bull,
turned it into a steer. So every cowboy should
know how to ride a bull. We got a mechanical one
here set up. [ moos ] – Are those horns real?
– Yeah. – Zack.
– Zack, nice to meet you. – Nick, nice to meet you.
– Hey, buddy. – This is Eddie. – I?ve never done bull-riding
before in the past. And Nick?s from Las Vegas– I reckon he?s rode bulls
a lot more than I have. I?m really not sure
how this is gonna go. – When you guys get up there, you?re gonna grab
onto that rope, hold on as tight as you can.
We?re gonna start slow. We?ll work our way up faster
and faster until you fall off, and that?s your time.
Let?s see who stays on longest. – Okay.
I?ll show you how it?s done. – Okay.
We?ll see. I don?t think Eddie?s gonna
be good at bull-riding at all. He?s so big and cumbersome, that thing?s gonna move
and he?s gonna go flying. – There it is.
– Oh [bleep]. – What?s the weight limit
on that thing? Ready, set, go! – Okay, we?re gonna go up
a little bit faster. – Whoa, two hands! Already! – Well, that didn?t
last very long. – Got yourself 11.13. – There is no way I?m losing
this bull-riding competition. I?ve actually been on
the back of a couple horses. I?ll hold on to this thing. – 11.13 is the time to beat. – Here we go. – Okay, we?re going
a little faster. – Yes! Yes! Oh, I?m so sorry, Nick. – I?m just gonna go ahead
and put this down. – Yes! – Somehow, I get a feeling by the way that thing jerked,
somebody hit the dial. – Nope. – I swear to god,
I did not touch it. – He–his hands were off. – Oh–I got you down as
10 and a half seconds. – All right, you won. The guy running the bull ride
told me that his time was kosher,
so I accepted the loss. But I absolutely
think Eddie cheated. You cannot touch the bull
with your other hand. If you do, you are disqualified. Frankly, I call bull. – So much for being
a big cowboy, eh? "Ooh, I castrated a bull,
that makes me a cowboy." Who?s been castrated today, eh? [ cackling ]
– Yeah. – That?s one down,
two more to go. I?m feeling pretty
good about this now. – Don?t feel too good about it.
– Oh, I am, don?t worry. – All right, buddy,
you ready for this? – I?m not ready, mate,
it?s freezing cold… – It?s gorgeous.
– The ground is like slush. What is it, like, minus 20? – Nick won the bull-riding
competition. For our second cowboy
challenge event, Brian has children me to
a tent-building competition. – First one to erect the tent,
get it fully set up, staked into the ground,
is the winner. – So the first one
in the tent wins. – Whatever, that works.
– Okay. Three, two, one, go. – All right. – Tied a horrible knot in my
just in the lace already. – Oh, God, it sucks. – Oh… have you done
that on purpose or what? – Definitely not. – Have you ever erected
a tent before, Brian? – Yeah, I have.
It?s been a long time. Have you ever done it? – Me and your mum went
camping a while back. – Oh, did you?
– Yeah. Is this upside-down, or– – I don?t know, good luck. The sad part is
there?s a good chance I?m not gonna fit inside this. – That?s not that sad. Some of these things haven?t
even got holes in them. What the hell
is going on with this tent? There?s no instructions
anywhere. There?s just a load of poles,
material, everything?s inside-out,
the zippers are broken. You?ve gotta be
a rocket scientist to put this thing together. Which way is, like, bottom,
and which way?s top? What the hell is this?
What the hell is that? I seriously can?t work this out. – How many questions
do you think you?re gonna ask before you get going there? – I?m pretty sure
my tent?s inside-out, but I?m not even bothered. – Hey, I thought you could
beat me at anything, Eddie. – Brian is the slowest human on
Earth when he?s not injured. And now he?s injured, and
he?s putting this tent together faster than Bear Grylls. – Oh. One-all, bud. Man, it feels good. Feels good to just crush you. Best cowboy ever. – I know I?m better
than Brian at building tents, but just not that one.
That was a stupid tent. – One-all, buddy. – Here we are. All right, Ed, your third
and final cowboy challenge. – Eddie challenged the three
of us to a cowboy competition. He beat Nick in the bull-riding. He lost to Brian in the
tent-building competition. And now it?s all up to me. Hey, it all comes down to this. – Uh-huh.
– You and me. – What we doing,
just shooting these bottles? – Well, we?re gonna practice
with these bottles, and then we?re gonna do
what?s called a quick-draw. I?ve been watching cowboy
movies my whole life. I?ve never had an opportunity
to quick-draw with somebody. I decided to organize
a little gun-slinging competition
between me and Ed. Nothing more
Old West than that. – You feeling lucky, punk? – I?m feeling pretty lucky. I do have a little
experience with guns. – Looks like a real gun.
– Feels like a real gun. We got a couple of
actual pistols from the sheriff?s department
that shoot paint bullets. – Now I?ve never seen
a paint bullet look like, these little round things.
– Yeah, I know. – Those look like
they?re gonna hurt. – I got a feeling this
is gonna hurt a lot more than a normal paintball. You wanna get some
practice shots in? – Definitely. You go first.
– Okay, fine. – You go first.
Top right, red. – Top right, red?
– Yeah. [ gun pops, bottle clinks ] No, I hit it. – I could actually
see the paint on it. – On the– – It?s a tiny little dot,
I can see it. – Oh, you?re right! They?re for law enforcement,
so they?ve got less paint in them than a
regular paintball gun. – Well, I?m not worried after
you taking, like, 10 seconds to get your aim. – Yeah.
– Okay. – Let?s see what you got. – Boom! – I think that worked. – That worked.
That definitely worked. – All right, feel pretty
comfortable with this. You good?
– Yeah. – You ready to do it?
– Uh-huh. – So basically, as soon as
one of us grabs, both of us go. – Okay. Hang on, I don?t wanna get
paint on my clothes, though. – No, no, I got us set up, bud. – What you got? – You didn?t think I was
gonna take you to the show and not get you dressed up
for the ball, did you? I?ve got us nice
little gear here. – Oh, yeah. It?s like the tent
all over again. Is this inside-out
or upside-down? [laughter] – You look like a cowboy. – I feel like a cowboy.
– Yeah? – Uh-huh.
– We?ll see. Let?s just make it simple: the person who gets
shot first, loses. – Okay. – I?m the last thing between
Eddie and winning this thing, and this one?s for America. Wait, wait, wait.
Safety first. Being that they are
actual firearms, I wanted us to be safe. – [bleep] shot my finger,
you [bleep]. And I shot you,
you didn?t feel it. – What can I say? USA. Woo!
– I shot you first. – Where?
Show me where you shot me. – Right in the torso.
Right in the torso. – That?s the way it works
out in the Wild West. – You can find a spot,
you can have it. I?ll give it to you. Yeah?
– No, I?m not having it. I?m not having it. – Check it out.
Take it–there?s nothing here. I?m sure this is how it
went down in the Old West. "Did I getcha?" I know I shot you,
you know I shot you. – Yeah, I know you shot me,
but I shot you first. – He couldn?t prove that
he hit me, and I win. – I?m still more cowboy
than any of you. – Bro, you should just stick
to your tea and crumpets. Keep worshipping your queen. – Yeah, God save the queen.
– God save the queen. – [bleep] – You want me to get
you some apple pie? – No. – You wanna go watch
a baseball game? – Yep.
– "Yep." Let?s go.

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NARRATOR: Washington DC, 2013. At the Citizen
Hearing on Disclosure, six former members of the
United States Congress listened to testimony from
former high-ranking government and military officials, along
with a variety of scientists and researchers, about
extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. One of the speakers was
former Canadian Defense Minister Paul Hellyer. [applause] The American people and
the people of the world have a right to know. UFOs are as real as the
airplanes flying overhead. We live in a cosmos
teeming with life. NICK POPE: To have a former
Defense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister come out and say
that the UFO phenomenon is real and that we're being
visited and that there's a government cover-up, is, in
and of itself, sensational. And he also expressed the view
that some alien civilizations are concerned about
humanity, and do not want to share technology
with the human race for fear that we are not
ready for it, that we will abuse that technology. We are, after all,
a race that has used atomic bombs on our own people. NARRATOR: Other distinguished
speakers at the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure included nuclear
physicist Stanton Friedman, retired Air Force Captain Robert
Salas, and a former official for the Federal
Aviation Administration, John Callahan, all
of whom corroborated Paul Hellyer's assertion
that we are being visited by other-worldly beings. They also claim that these
visitors have an interest in our technological
advancements, especially when it comes
to nuclear weapons. These objects know,
in great detail, how our missiles operate. They can shut down our
missiles at any time. If you release that information
to the public, what do you say, then, about, you know– what kind of defense do we
have against these things? NARRATOR: Could the
UFO phenomenon be real, and is it possible that
extraterrestrials have been monitoring
and, perhaps, even interfering with the
technological advancement of mankind? Ancient astronaut
theorists say yes, and suggest that the
earliest and, perhaps, strongest evidence of this can
be found in the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel. According to the book of
Genesis, the Tower of Babel was built in Mesopotamia
after the Great Flood. Some accounts suggest it reached
nearly 30 stories, or 300 feet, tall. It was described as a bridge
between heaven and earth, built by a unified people. JONATHAN YOUNG: Someone got
the idea of building a tower– a tower to heaven– to make a name for ourselves. Well, this starts
to become hubris, where you start
challenging the gods. This is a key idea. A certain kind of
arrogance that is starting to think that you are a god. And so, as the tower
lifts up, God is annoyed. DAVID CHILDRESS: When you
look at the story of the Tower of Babel, it's essentially a
story of mankind developing technology and
being like the gods, being like our
extraterrestrial creators. And therefore, mankind
was, in a sense, kept from reaching a
technological level. WILLIAM HENRY: The word
"Babel" means "gate to God." And some believe
that the gate to God was, in fact, a stargate– a ladder, tower, or stairway
that reached into the heavens. And so when God saw that
humankind were building a stargate, this was too much. Well, what happened next? Powers that be watched. They observed. They spoke to one
another, saying, we have to descend to the
Earth to bring an assault upon the builders of the tower. What kind of an assault? The Biblical text is very clear. They touched the
minds of the people and corrupted their
spirit of unity. WILLIAM BRAMLEY: The
Tower of Babel story really relates to a decision
that these so-called gods had made. Human beings were
not only supposed to speak different languages. They were also supposed
to fight with each other. They were supposed to come
into conflict with each other. And as long as they're
squabbling with each other, they're not going to unite
and fight against you. GEORGE NOORY: I believe
whoever got involved realized, these human beings are coming
along pretty darn fast. We got to– we got to slow
this down a little bit, and that's what they did.

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Yeah! EDDIE HALL: Let's go, Obie. As soon as you picked
it up, you were shaking like a dog having a [bleep]. NICK BEST: I'm not
looking forward to this. This is going to be rough. BRIAN SHAW: Oh, wow. That's way bigger than I
thought it was going to be. BRIAN SHAW: Yeah, totally. We want to investigate
the $15,000 silver dollar squat that Paul Anderson
did at the Mapes Casino. If we were to fill the boxes
completely filled with coins– what did it come out to? 4,209 pounds. Wow. There's absolutely
no way that thing was all the way of silver dollars. EDDIE HALL: So we knew
there must have been a fake wall, then,
for those coins to come all the way to the top. BRIAN SHAW: Based
on our calculations, the actual setup that he
squatted was 720 pounds. Come on. Yeah! Let's go, Obie. Pull! Stay where you are. Stay where you are. Let's go, Obie. BRIAN SHAW: Picking up the
squat setup for the first time was pretty crazy. It was shaking, so
trying to stay stable was a very hard thing to do. Let's go, Obie. You got this. Let's go. Up. Good. Down. Set yourself. Set yourself. Big breath. Come on, Obie. And up! Easy. Great job, Obie. That a boy. Awesome, man. The boxes are so awkward,
it works our whole core. It was so wobbly. Oh, my god. It was the hardest squat
at that weight I've ever had in my entire life. EDDIE HALL: The squat
itself was a scary set up. It really was. Let's go! Nothing. Nothing. Because we had all our weight
in the front of the boxes. Ease into it. Don't jerk it up. Good. Down. Rack clear. As soon as you picked
it up, you were shaking like a dog having a [bleep]. Get up! Good squat. Rack. Rack! Good job. [shouting] It was just such
a scary thing to do. It's like squatting
during an earthquake. The only way I can describe it. Let's get this done, then. Come on. It's only weight. I'm not looking forward to this. This is going to be rough. Come on. Nice and easy. Gentle into it. Come on. Good. Good! Stay where you are. Find the balance. Find the balance.
– I've got it. Come on. Come on. Let's go, Nick! Sound it off. You've got it. You've got it. Easy. [shouting] [bleep] No, no, no. Do this. Do this. We're good.
We're good. Drop it. OK, drop it, drop it, drop it. I lost my balance squatting
the coins due to the bar being whippy.
– You're all right? Everything OK? Yeah, I just gotta get
these knee rests off. Yeah, just breathe. That was probably the shakiest
bar I've ever put on my back. I couldn't stay stable with it. And as I started to squat
down, I just lost it forwards. There was nothing
I could do, and it just slammed me right down. Do you want to
do it again, or no? I wouldn't, man. That scared me, bro. And honestly, I
almost hurt myself trying to pick that up off you. Yeah. You don't have
anything to prove, man. Yeah, but I've got
to prove it to me. It's up to you, Nick. I want it. You want it. I want it. All right, buddy. All right. I can't believe he's
about to do this again. That doesn't seem smart to me. Focus. Let's go. Tight, tight. Come on. Step up. Let's go! Plant your feet
and don't move them. Do not move.
– Come on. Let's go.
Come on, Nick. You're right where
you need to be, Nick. Let's go.
Come on! Ease into it. East into it. There.
Good. Free. Your weight. Go. And up! Good push. That a boy. All right. That's better. Let me get some. Coming up with that, and
coming back and getting it was definitely one of the best
feelings I ever got in my life. I'm really glad I did this. I mean, I love
Paul Anderson, so– You do realize that Paul
Anderson was 24 years old when he did this lift, right? And so you are more
than double his age, which is a feat in itself, man. Yeah, that's awesome, man. Well done, buddy. Really, really good. Thanks, guy. Yeah. Aw, come here, bro. Yeah. Come on, bud. Group hug. Bring it in.

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[Applause] hang on and saber lunge keep the hand on dissa and up come straight through the show again lunch yes ed fairy pollen a volt Mullin a because behind yes there's a word of advice for a little brother the time comes for you to fight for king and country you avoid the provincials like the plague China regulars pay fiddles even the boots are better I wish you're my brother and not my half-brother I say all of used my brother so I am George i Agustin Washington being of sound mind and body to assert this to be my true will and testament to my eldest son Lawrence the first part of my first marriage I do hereby will and bequeath the farm and properties called Hunting Creek together with all slaves and perquisite s– that belong there to to my son Lawrence I also bequeath the iron ore mine along with all laborers machinery etc that belong there to Lawrence gets Hunting Creek agustin gets Pope's Creek neelu's fairy farm to you to the best the sons of a first wife the poorest place to my son Orin san agustin of the spawn of a wife long dead I am the living widow where was this consideration of me what share is that George very farm huh your brother not only gets the choice property inherits the quality neighbor's well that's one inheritance that do not begrudge him I would not take ten steps out of my way to nod good morning to any Fairfax off they pretend to be gracious enough but I know what they really thought of us if I never see the other Washington's again it'll be too soon miles and miles of miserable roads and what have we gained the rest of our days thanks to the greatest goodness we'll be a father gone to the paternal wrist you are not I want all of you children straight in bed there was no fuss because I have the migraine you sure have to ration the provisions from now on Sarah we do not return this evening any richer than we left this morning bastard George your mother wants you right now George would you rather be severe or soldier yes a soldier soldier indeed at least as a surveyor you could earn for the family you've always been good at mathematics maybe I'll be both so too who can draw a perfect maps and get paid twice you're getting paid now for any job this family needs money enough said George should make new friends he is a Washington Ram he can move in society it's time you saw Williamsburg I should admire to take it I like that but we are poor relations it's almost work work work the live long day tasting the city life is for those who live at hunting Creek which I now call Mount Vernon man in honor of Admiral Vernon under whom I searched Cartagena how interesting but you didn't come all this distance to tell us that actually I came to visit with my flesh and blood your father's flesh and blood and to extend an invitation to yourself man and my father's flesh and blood an invitation to a wedding and Fairfax and I to be married [Applause] someday pets you'll have a wedding like this already has enough fancy notions in her head without you putting one more there can't we just enjoy the day well Oh Washington's it all in one great luck I congratulate your life put it before Laura it's being good you're my stepson yes what it's all family Emma all family how are you judge I do well mr. Fairfax thank you sir I hear great reports of your horsemanship your brother your half-brother Lawrence cannot sing your praises too loudly oh you ride the hounds at profile there's very little of that sort of thing mr. Fairfax we've no time to waste really well then you must agree to ride with us George have you seen our stables no well they're worth a visit now if you'll excuse us you must stop – sir sir service it's too formal call me George no George and George will be hearing echoes tell me what my sister calls me which is will as christened George William are you sure of course more than friends no relatives so I may make a bold presumption if you do come to ride with us can you manage the correct boots and breeches for the Hun yes yes I can't they're not as grand as they have in the mother country sir will will friend can be found in Virginia to the manor born take this for not know you know London is amazing or just to see it makes you proud to be a Freeborn Englishman purchase this in England just before I sail for home [Applause] let's not strike your fancy I think I'm was scratching the surface of hidden desires just by that but in any case we shall have the boots over your first hunt no I could no no you can't refuse their gift from a relative unless of course they don't fit sit down well I can't believe it's actually happening father remember George Washington we as cars are young giant first less than family diplomacy might be better if we let father and the mass for the Fox today you take a line tell you that much sir Isaac George where you going come back fathers good man George just a touch tapas he does know one thing though if you want to make your way in this world you must grab the coattails of an important man you think all this belongs to father doesn't belongs the Lord Thomas Fairfax a cousin my father is really his land Richard didn't know that the King bestowed about five million acres and what Thomas father sells off parcels to fatten his Lordships purse hoping praying that someday his lordship will bequeath us a million acres even this prized pound belongs to Uncle monarch you behave now you must make sure this arrogant gentle not terrorists chosen lady apart with it these Colonial Dames don't produce a litter with a nose for the Fox his lordship will have our heads you laugh welcome to Virginia lordship you brought glorious weather with you I trust the voyage over was not too terribly trying I despise the ocean William yes well everyone is anxious to be presented to you you remember George William a joy to see you again here sit and his good friend George Washington Your Lordship I am very pleased to be included in this and this is oh yes you'll want to refresh yourself before dining oh dear and and all the ladies are preparing as I understand it a feast fit for a king let them wait forgive me your lordship but if you insist in trying to please me William bring me my dogs these dogs the pack you bred for me I want to try them out now plants as well as you ride it might be best to let his lordship earn the masculine box a chorus father ladies forgive us ladies for our tardy arrival we stopped in the woods to bag your gift well all-in sundry Washington's well men well and working hard thank you well would you like a drink no thank you to food news go down judge for yourself my uncle true lord of the manor what's the survey of his property and organize an expedition of course I will and so are you he will thank me I'm specifically asked for that byung staliano rides like the wind to help Charlie's father's last expedition into the wilderness to the foot of the Shenandoah ma'am savage country no we shall meet savages you will do so without George mama it will be valuable experience for him men working with expert surveyors learning his trade in the field and sleeping in the field and freezing in the field far from the comforts of home or family risking life and limb to make free maps for milord Fairfax sir I would say no he will not go mrs. Washington nothing was said of free maps George will get paid for his work well paid how much a shilling a day [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] time to turn in lads first one the bed gets the softest straw will be along in a minute misting it is always exciting as you imagine anything I can get you a ring up reinforcements you had enough caleb quick oh yeah any bad who can stand and fight it's your last area you'll not find your way to where you want to go [Applause] [Applause] hey hey some of the dream on a Ledge fraud bottom and a warm heart that's better kingdom lift one with me but we don't know you sir Caleb quit guide and tracker at your shirt Ellen back well the Red Devils know that you've been and gone that's that's lightning in a glass I know I distill it myself we have to get out before dawn so it easier for creation hey Tamila that my heart's desire she said this your first ringerman come but you're seeing in the future to the future [Laughter] what did you do with yours as he did doubt I did one go one go what did you see in the future water ah I never knew it was so big so rich so green and untouched wherever we go I feel that we're the first to ever walk this land Indians are out here somewhere when will we see them best if we never do [Applause] well you all right it's my legs oh very good it is at below it's too late try smiling [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] sorry we'll start a new fashion in Williamsburg soft shoes the food makers will never forgive us [Applause] good hunting my friends until we meet again so many wonders I couldn't count them all and uh well of course there were the Indians Indians George saw Indians strange but impressive looking creatures with with bows and arrows and they really chop people's scalps off yes yeah can I try on your Indian shoes they're called moccasins Fairfax is that nature plays a trick on us it draws us further and further west by making it more and more beautiful I know that if ever I travel to the end of this land I'm sure I'll come to paradise and you'll know you're dead and buried you are all supposed to be in bed instead of listening to foolish notions about exploring the wilds and looking for paradise which no doubt also belongs to the Fairfax's tomorrow I want more work and less talk that goes for you too George so much for paradise [Applause] sir fellow member a damned singular honor or two of one family to be elected to the House of Burgesses will and Lawrence can't say I approve the politicians girl found them rather dull cheese in the House of Lords but from the looks of you two you can't do much harm see that you don't we can but riled it's a long ride will yes George goodbye Ethel you will take care of my two ladies only if you promise to take care of that car properly and George you must come and see us in Williamsburg okay boss my heart a letter every day I shall perish alone in it George when you marry you must choose a wife who has all the right answers huh coz I did I do implore the ob9 Caesar to spread the great cloak of a big big metate morning morning uncle what are you gonna show me this morning George well sir I thought we might ride due west to the foothills of the Blue Ridge it's a portion of your property that you've never seen lead on Oh your book oh and George no dancing practice next week my father and I go to Williamsburg to see Lawrence and Will's yes and to meet a young lady named Sally Carrie we just received wills letter and he does nothing but rave about her beauty her charm her everything I would be surprised if he intends to marry her har will ya our will marriage it'll ruin the poor lad for the hunt [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] this is my good friend George Washington this is Lawrence's little brother George I've been hearing all this talk about Lauren sister brother I never expected such a handsome Johnny I'm very pleased to make your acquaintance little George not you'll call me Sally about ten of the secret portals and you home welcome to Bella [Applause] [Applause] what's happened he's been coughing up blood Georgian we're all petrified whatever fine is not don't let my dearest wife alarm you George so I just you see I will not go you will or I shall become sicker but to leave you I insist that's who disappoint father brother and new sister I shall rest all the while you were gone so go my dear take George in my place and pass the night away me you I ordered I'm a superior officer and I order you face the music George the next dance is mine isn't it oh no no Miss Sally Oh eat and dance with me no no no I only meant that I own you only made you're not sure I can keep up with you with those long legs Oh George don't give me a chance no I only meant that I I'm I meant I'm I'm a very bad dancer I really can't let you do – mr. Washington sir sister Ann says you're her best [Laughter] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] you are not clubs in my opinion you're very good what I'm saying no no I mean you must pay attention many young women will fancy you and you must learn what they'll be sitting with your thing Fran oh it has a language all its own that means follow me in other words she wants to be alone with you oh right hand open right hand draws it across forehead and eyes mean we're being watched no no not really [Laughter] no if she draws it across her cheek it means I love you and if she puts the fan to her lips I'd like to be kissed yeah you're ready to converse my family any temptress I had no idea there was a language I've kept you from the other guests things you have to know you must be just I enjoy your company but I'm like oh you must learn to appreciate what you are handsome and ready to devastate the ladies devastate them I've neglected my wonderful husband at all I'm very glad you're gonna get oh my precious salary isn't she beautiful yes very you've been Baris George oh it's the last thing I want to do to my very best friends pleasure mania but the pleasure is mine dance with all the prettiest ladies George now that you know the language of the family who knows what adventures a night [Applause] [Applause] there's nothing more you can do you've been at that bedside day and night hope them George you need fresh air well you come down with a very malady that now tortures your poor brother I'd hate to leave him even for a moment he gave so much of himself to me under very difficult circumstances when I was growing up you love him you can't die George [Applause] I'm sorry to lose your brother services like what now what is this is a recommendation from Lord Thomas Fairfax that I'd be appointed to succeed Lord says adjutant Virginia I've been a surveyor on the frontier sir and with the money earned I've purchased lands in the wilderness I know this country as well as any man and I am sure my brothers brother well you're in luck young man as you know I have decided to divide the colony into four separate military districts I might find it possible to appoint you adjutant of district for the smallest the K is a stipend of one hundred pounds a year and the rank of Major would it be possible governor to appoint me to district two it includes my own County of Fairfax it is also the largest is it I must say you have enough gold for someone twice your age I have a great many candidates for these posts each one older and more experienced – each one decorated in military service your only advantages your connections so I suggest you content yourself with district form yes congratulations major now I should like to consult with you upon a matter of great import the King of France not satisfied with the vast province of Canada as the site of the maker and trespass on British soil he sent soldiers in our territory thus flunking British sovereignty established by God and King they built forts trade with our Indians and otherwise encroach upon our sacred rights I have received orders from his gracious Majesty to send an emissary demanding that they depart before you recommend somewhat sir I think you should know that the French are a treacherous people this emissary will be in considerable danger yes sir but which is why I need someone who can travel hundreds of miles through unknown mountains as experienced with the Indians and is possessed of a heart a constitution you were about to recommend someone sir your description fits only me sir pleasure pleasure sir charge this is your interpreter for the bench jacob böhme from a pleasure sir this is my guide Caleb Quinn you know each other yeah well we spent an interesting evening in mr. Quinn's company always at your service gentlemen always at your service I got a little souvenir warmest on our trip mr. Washington you should be well taken care of I must leave you here Sally will worry if I'm not home by dusk thank you my friend [Applause] now a how do they Eucharist smart like you they're carrying the Kings best all it's an honor sir fool's errand more like it what's that supposed to be and yeah yeah tell me why at French comment dad has agents living with a bloody seventies by a Natori whisper British scalps have been lifted all along the frontier you're a cheerful fellow aren't you mr. Quint keep your left with mr. Washington last breath [Laughter] how do they know we were coming huh we've been watched every step of the way since we cross the Alleghenies now the French have eyes everywhere hmm I've called Indians I have brought this medic with me from Canada I am a grateful measure that you provide the opportunity to drink it salty your health coming up super about the life I have not only read a letter but I have sent it to my superior we are ready for now and envoy with a reply as to the contents is the matter of royal sovereignty that my young friend is the impasse new English says the territory belong to R or secondary French say it is a property of Duty Cannes my King desires that the French do not encroach on any land south of Canada and if we refuse to obey the order of your king then my governor would be empowered to drive you out by force if I do not to make idle threats young man I thought you not make idle threats sir I know my king and I do not involve his name Brutus me there you see this is how it begins perhaps we are striking the first blow this very room major you and I could be starting a war that summer that spread cut Mouser to measure this messenger arrived last night he figures they just let you shiver the wind to these good ray patrasche Urantia me John the commander awaits you we are not enemies yet here is the reply we do not find ourselves obliged to obey your king we have here to stay this territory is French vous voyez measure [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] sure you look like an Indian I can't tell you how good it is to see you again alive and with your hair on your head come come come you're also worried about you but after he plied me with a fine French wine I found some Pierre charming for a Frenchman George you back how many weeks months I should say did you see any Indians or those terrible Frenchmen Sally look at George has been telling us about the expedition go on George would you sit down well actually I have more vital news we are to fight the French fight yes if diplomacy will not get them out of the Ohio Valley we must drive them out Oh the House of Burgesses will fund a regiment of 300 men we hope to enlist Catawba and Cherokee Indians from the Carolinas three companies of British regulars will be sent from the other colonies Colonel Joshua fry is commanding officer and I am to be second-in-command my boy how extraordinary that your dream come true how proud Lawrence would be with what rank I am lieutenant colonel yes I've never seen a left-handed colonel blush George George's home good to see you again mother and happy home for the family about time you took care of your own instead of watching over Malloy and sovereign Empire I trust you're home for good this time well I'm sorry mother I'm to form an army to defend us against the friendship I leave tomorrow you cannot [Laughter] I'm looking forward to this hairs grow hey pretty uniform mr. man relations Koerner washing thank you very much you look thirsty come in hard journey huh yeah I got something for you mr. Washington good good no our mission is to strengthen the garrison on the Monongahela River but our commanding officer Colonel Frey hasn't arrived yet and he won't sir the word is that he's either sick or just got no stomach to fight the French so what's our first job commander hmm well if we are to push further into the wilderness I need more horses food pay for the men I write to Williamsburg to complain and I get nothing but silence and I need more fighting men where can we find them Indians my scouts report the French are sending presents by the wagon loads to all the Indians I've got nothing to counter with well I think we know a few Indians are still hate the French [Applause] hit the down arrow to bring to miss only two sentries on duty bless them in those tents fast asleep Frankie likes to snooze after he eats na come on get down [Applause] [Applause] John Washington has murdered an ambassador we attacked the French on all sides and after an engagement of several minutes we killed 10 and took 20 prisoners no state of war exists between England and France as a hot-tempered young colonel assumed the authority to start such a war by shooting French ambassador's sir so we allowed travel Washington to speak for himself these officers pretended they were coming on an embassy mission but as you will see by these instructions Washington has enclosed captured French papers which established that the party he attacked was in fact sent to spy on us do you realize what that means governor no matter what your Washington says he did kill an ambassador an ambassador and a spy you have no propose we can debate here in this room far removed from a battlefield but one Colonel Washington for that pause to consider in the fury British regulars are arriving [Applause] in Washington Captain James McKay His Majesty's regular company afoot here at the request of your Virginia governor and Burgesses welcome to Fort Necessity captain Makai I believe the first order of business is to provide cover for the men and rum for the commander perhaps it's not the King's Own but it'll do indeed to His Majesty King George the second hi who is sovereign Majesty now sir may I have your muster roll so I may see how many effectives I have to oppose the French captain this is my command I will see your muster I think not any regular officer ranks any provincial officer and I have been in command here for six months and I have been an officer in His Majesty's regular service for 18 years my commission comes directly from governor Dinwiddie and mine from the king himself by God is my king too sir and I resent your assumption that His Majesty's is contemptuous of us provincials as you regulars are cut I was scouting about four miles north of here when I spotted the Frenchies heading this way it's a lot of they got savages with a Duke but we'll make our stand here get them into it they're coming first if you won't fight him to be captain the coyote be obliged to have you fight with me too many of them and too few of us making tons of her long animal stranger it's gonna be a trap [Applause] [Applause] looking around [Applause] cuz they're not gonna stop they want to end this right now or sundown or the spirits come out on the grades [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] stand by soldiers stand fast situation is hopeless I suggest the last four terms surrender that is for you to decide sir it's not command sir they might want to offer our side the terms and I go out on the white flag when prompted internal girl [Applause] yes talk to the mr. Vadra they're accusing you of actually assassinated Yuma field and inciting the surrender you agreed with that the terms of the surrender our generous governor the French protected us from the Indians and we gave up the fort with full military honors didn't you understand the damn preamble obviously you and captain Makai slide without reading it Landrum had to translate sir we we did insist on certain changes a hundred of my men were either dead or wounded one word from the French commander in the Indians would have fallen on us I had to decide colonel the French had trick you into signing a confession of murder which means that you you alone Colonel Washington have given them the legal right to break the peace of declare war on us my conscience is clear sir in dealing with you and on the field of battle you're quite sure of that you weren't there governor how can you know what it was like what a sermon sir I will not stand for it and I will not stand for being treated as an incompetent provincial average of hordes to me young man I did what I thought had to be done no man can do more mr. Washington I am reorganizing our military forces they will no longer be a single regiment but ten independent companies you can have one of them if you so choose with a demotion of drank from Colonel – captain you sir have helped the French tie a string of pike raksin from the tail of the British lion which will stir a commotion in the houses of parliament and there sire for many years to come good day – sir but did what is not the last word charge we Fairfax's are not without influence in the Tidewater you know oh well if the governor thinks that he can protect the frontier with empty resolutions and broken promises untracked no words can describe the feelings will what it's like to lead men against an overwhelming enemy to see them slaughtered before your very eyes all my life I'd heard of the thrill of battle the glory and when I first heard the bullets whistle I thought there was something charming in the south but in the end it's nothing but blood won't it crying out it I've done the will good day mr. Fairfax how good of you to call my boy but I've missed our little talks while you've been off fighting the French and their savages as well I've missed our little talks too sir oh well what are your plans now that you've put the army behind you ah well I'm afraid the Army has put me behind it I've been attending my mother's Affairs she's well actress as well as mother ever can be it's clear to me now that she'll not hand over my inherited property as long as she lives so I must find a place of my own oh yes yes quite well if there's anything I can do to help yes yes sir there is as your daughter has remarried and moved into a new husband's plantation I would like to lease Mount Vernon for man if you will prove a property is all anyone can be certain of sir the rest is wind in the trees well put young man and I certainly can understand your hunger for land hungry that I had when I was your age but does this talk of non Verdun mini tomb give it up your dream of serving in His Majesty's regular forces well my military career is over I'm a farmer now and glad to be quite certain are there never more so then the house is yours George and what comes with it in exchange for 15,000 pounds of tobacco to be paid to an each year agreed it's agreed sir and if the good Lord see fit to take an first then you shall have clear title thank you sir it's what your dear brother wanted where he is my inconstant friend and what do you have to say for yourself sorry I'm sorry you're known for almost a week and you've made no effort to call itself oh well I sir have you been avoiding us I demand an answer on pain of instant embarrassment well I didn't want you to see the house till I finish my plan but I should have known that you'd wait for no man so enter madam if you insist oh I do oh dear poor joy living all by yourself Furniture this emptiness how can you stand it I have to have beautiful things to surround me well there's so much to do and it takes so long when you don't know that much about architecture uh I have helped with this English builders manual knife developed a good eye oh that sounds a modest doesn't it terribly they don't sir you can't give me a tour of what is then you must show me what will be [Applause] your brother Lawrence would have loved your plans for the gun I don't want to see it as formal as before you must keep the roses in George you must plant everlastings you know there's November flowers that it can be dried after the frost and brighten our world until spring what a lovely thought you've just designed your dream house and guard what about a dream lady what would you like it to be whispering soft and fair perhaps tall and dark-haired like your Sally oh no no and I like you you're one of a kind then I never find another tear George well welcome home I can't tell you how delighted I am it will no longer have to travel half the day to reach our door you'll dine with us tonight oh no really I have of course you will we have much to talk of every town in Williamsburg is wagging about the arrival of a Major General Edward Braddock with two regiments of British regulars Braddock you sail into Hampton Roads last week I wanna say Forrest of sales both low that the boatload of real British regulars it's a perfectly trained and disciplined they're amazing it much is one man March where the general has orders from the king to take Fort Duquesne my god it's about time that fort controls the frontier and once taken we can drive the French right back to Canada now far so interested George I thought you'd turn your back on a military career I want you with me you've already tangled with the French in the wilderness so I value your experience and advice governor Dinwiddie and I and yes yes I know all about that but you wouldn't be someone that I would want in my military family if you hadn't also tangled with the governor we soldiers must stick together hey yes sir but even the governor admitted that you're someone who will fight and not just diddle away your time cooped up in some frontier fort but there is the matter of rank sir rank I shall make you a civilian aid without rank colonel you'll get your orders directly from me and that way no one in the regulars will outrank you how does that strike you sir are you with us I would be honored to serve in your family General Braddock good good and the last field must be seated by the end of the month get the Frenchman cooperate by turning tail and leaving the Ohio to us I should return well before first party if there is a harvest George this drought a little brother don't even say it we must produce 15,000 pounds of tobacco or lease my lease I'd certainly don't have to be announced to my own son thank you just like your brother running after Mount Vernon at every opportunity mother jack and you enticing him to take care of your property while mind lies parts in the hellish Sun but I need a jack to finish the planting and to look after the house cows so dry we must squeeze them like bagpipes for a pitcher of milk and all you can do is steal away my John Agustin and hitch him to your plow George can teach me agriculture how when these hundreds of miles away in some godforsaken wilderness and who knows if you'll ever come back except in a box that we must put in the ground mama that's a terrible thing to say well it's true George how ungrateful you are for all the sacrifices that I've made for you when your father died I know I am grateful you're welcome to stay at Mount Vernon while I'm away if you insist I do well but I'll lose the light if I don't leave now Justin they're calling you with any problem that he might have my boy I'd feel hurt if you hadn't we're we're really family you know yes thank you I must be on my way goodbye Godspeed doesn't look we'll take good care of him and say goodbye to sallekhana because I don't know why she said they went running upstairs if you could wait but no I can't I must go you both hate to see you leave thank you for all that you've been to me George William and you to me to all of us Godspeed George you'd go without saying goodbye somehow I know and couldn't bear to be there when you told the others I heard everything from the top of the stairs why George my heart is not in agriculture I realize that down the bearing of arms can be my only life great events are afoot I mean to be a witness you prepared that little speech didn't you haven't really answered why you know why I don't you're being rude when you say that I do I enjoy your company too much it's wrong it's not fun we're friends nothing wrong I can't stay here any longer giorgia my father gave it to me now I give it to you I can't take it it won't bring you good fortune I know it will please keep it to that much very different the howitzers six ships cannon 14 six pounders to move all of this so we've been promised by the colonial governors 200 wagons and 2,500 horses has anyone to comment on our proposed tactics Colonel Washington you're top-heavy in ordnance sir transferring such heavy loads over 300 rugged miles across rivers and mountains could prove to be more difficult than any of us could imagine we thrive on difficulties don't we gentlemen yes sir I'm sure you're doing but to achieve victory here you may have to alter your tactics and what prey must we do well sir you and your officers are new to this country your success has been won on European battlefields in the time-honored way a frontal assault on an enemy Army in an open field siege of a French fort but sir in this campaign you'll be fighting Canadian French not continental one says the difference the Canadians General Braddock not only use Indians to fight but they've also learned Indian battle tactics such as harassment by small raiding parties forest skirmishes by men disguises to be almost invisible they strikin and they run invisible men who strike and run oh really sir British field tactics and firepower chase your invisible men into eternity precision and discipline young man that's how wars are won this could be a war like no other in history sir the Indians can be a fearful presence since they engage in such barbarity as lifting scalp wild talk is dangerous sir you will build these savages into so great a bogeyman that the common soldier will quicken his boots to face them yeah yeah very grateful to our Virginian friend for his opinions whether or not they prove instructive you have your orders gentlemen crawling with maggots we've received not a fraction of the surprise now half the wagons promises for those damnable Virginians I'd like to strangle that pack of scoundrels now sending is rotten beef Colonel Washington you kindly explain to me two of your ax men sir slain by Indians sex you know you don't want to see they've been scalped and why the bloody hell did you bring them here as if I haven't seen enough horror for one day but your orders were to last my orders you provincials either totally neglect you obey my orders all you obey them when I don't want them abate take them into the woods and bury them before my men start seeing hobgoblins behind every bush and Colonel Washington report to me the four officers mess I want to talk to you yes sir Oh sir I'm sorry to invade your privacy the Sentry said don't let this barren field embarrass you candle it'll soon be lawful groom again that wasn't angry to you to take a little bit at your Virginia politicians whose promises I admit you warned me my proof is elusive as your bloody French savages damn them all British soldiers ambushed and scalped but his horse his stolen promises broken and so I turned to my Seneca and as always find comfort fire is the test of gold adversity of strong men ever since we left Fort Cumberland this army has moved like tar in December at the rate we push our rolled every day we shan't reach for Duquesne before our bones be bleached by your damnable Virginia Sun yes sir no you have to say yes sir speak your mind I'd divide my army sir divide an army the French know where we are we're being watched every mile by their Indians I'd leave the bulk of my supplies wagons horses artillery behind to protect the road while a smaller unit of chosen men moves ahead to surprise the enemy albeit act itself dangerous policy can but wish you'll see when this campaign is over and we've driven the French back to Canada I propose to find a place for you and His Majesty's service which is agreeable to hear wishes thank you sir and there's something I'd like you to do now I want you to ride posthaste to the governor's palace and bring back 4000 pound sterling right pretty much to him yes sir the army [Applause] we'll Williamsburg to take solver to the dr. Benjamin Hill is it it's Colonel Washington man oh there's no need to come down mrs. Fairfax I'm on a mission for General Braddock but my horse could go no further Childers a bomb but I wrote it Belvoir hoping to borrow a mount from this day by I had no idea he'd been taken to a doctor which is exactly where you'll end up if you don't get out of those wet clothes your shaky I don't know why late already on casters yes you can in German Colonel I'll have no time well I'll write to Alexandria there's a public stable there you'll did no such thing sorry I can't stay dear a voice of command it's the first time I've heard it you should have duke our sturdiest horse Benjamin get me a cloak please John please I'll do just that he hasn't been ridden since I took him out on a weekend sir we should be well-rested which is what you should be before you ride on if you rest most of the day the storm will be over by the tiny awake I'm sure the general wouldn't mind he expects me as soon as possible a few new generals you know I have no choice but to ride now you must inform us of your safe arrival at camp yes if you wish you can write to me not directly of course but through my sister in Alexandria salia is it distance must be maintained between a married woman and a gentleman who is after all only a different that's what you like for me to bring it out colonel No thank you thank you John I'll take him out myself I tried not to come back I'm sorry you'll catch a chill I have a fire – warming you [Applause] I'm grateful for the horse bailout send it back as soon as I can keep him please until you return from the campaign I began to fear the savages have removed your top-notch brains washed out the bridges I got back as soon as I could hey they may be just what the man needs a touch of the fever banging headaches agony in the belly that sort of thing yes sir then you've earned the rest use my bed rest on a nip of herb tea the only cure Express rider just produce it thank you see that the paymaster gets teased for those damn pills I can rest in a wagon on the mark sir and have here bones rattled like dice but you need your bet sir colonel you're under orders sergeant this tent in this bed and not to be moved until this young man is nothing about now sleep in them auxiliary gym to the next incumbent I see that you've tracked down my friend Caleb Quinn with his help you'll be able to reach for to Cana not much more than a week I must be with you when you meet the French sir let me go with you now you can hardly stand sergeant help him off with his toes now if you do what you're told now I promise that you'll be brought to the front in a litter if necessary you'll have your friends wonders are you not to move so you get better are you are supposed to be up ahead on the March with the general I can make it without a wet no you can't ride that horse the way you aren't off see there Oh Colonel tell me up you got a fever sir I promise a general I take proper care you then help me up dammit general you're right you Virginians Aras practices mules no he's gotta go he's gotta have your own way [Applause] Oh chop you General Washington you are an old man if a man athelas you is back in the saddle who can stand the poorest the French of not struck here at the crossing where we are most vulnerable until mr. this jazz it's a sight to warm the blood troops who come out to the dark the hobgoblin of their fierce trains before them Seneca new rough road delete separate this forward how far now less than five miles sir our advance party should be close to the enemy by now well rush the fort colonel and when you glory for old England sir I don't think a frontal attack is our best tactic can we obstruct them already ambasa advance party under major cage [Applause] [Applause] savages will fight like a disciplined army I don't like a rebel of cowards hiding behind trees it's not can you hurt me [Applause] stand your ground stand [Applause] my age Oh God you can't get them out you get them away quickly [Applause] [Applause] there are no condition to ride general any hostile to us come keep up on this man keep up with us my god Virginians are protecting our rear the French will become a French we'll be delayed by their own Indians will be scalping the dead and wounded [Applause] get rid of our supplies and baguette captain the wagons are moving much too slowly let's move faster general Oh [Applause] water is gone the savages have never find his grave and definers body come with me you know a brave man in the wrong war gentlemen the only hope you have of survival is to protect yourselves the French can easily send their Indians across the mountains to scout us in our beds Susie you must be ready this means a new Virginia regiment doubly strong even a draft to provide sufficient threat troops above all complete reorganization under a new command governor did what if that is so surely we have a new commander and who might that be mr. Fairfax who else but George Washington would you agree he proved himself after General Braddock was mortally wounded is it a wise policy to reward defeated officers with new positions of responsibility he knows next to nothing of the science of warfare is not received adequate training and indeed he's little more than a boy well take him sir but he possesses a quality which any of us aging military experts would would be happy to trade for all our science and our schooling he can lead men in battle yeah yeah ladies and gentlemen may I present you Colonel George Washington commander of the Virginia regiment raised in defense of his Majesty's colony [Applause] [Applause] I'm grateful governor for your willingness to accommodate only after much travels on both our parts levies a wager colonel enjoy your season in the Sun oh you're captured by this are may have beauties I'd appreciate it if you'd keep Sammy company while I take courtesan constituents it will be my pleasure as always a better way to start my campaign if you've made as much progress with your soldiering dancing you will succeed no matter what the odds well I certainly know where to come for encouragement what progress have you made in that other important matter what matters that your search for mistress of Mount Vernon of course I'm afraid there's been a little time this evening is the perfect opportunity with Ally and the hero of the Amur could claim any lady in the room good evening kind of Washington this is perhaps Betsy BOTS but lovely golden hair she has foliat with her there's Sarah Buffington sighs watching and very available of course she's been very available for quite a number of years ago to celli you'll have me terrified at the prospect of marriage is that what I'm doing besides I can't imagine dancing with other charmers when I have the loveliest of all right now how you change used a stammer compliment now you know just what I'm worried please forgive us madam if we steal the kernel from you some distinguished landowners are anxious to meet their new commander if I might also capture you for this next dance kind baby I would be challenging I see you've taught your aides well good it would be my pleasure captain girl Washington may I present mr. John Blair and his wife Mary congratulations on your appointment I am honored the other is mine men and mr. Daniel Parke Custis and his wife Martha it's a pleasure sir Colonel were fortunate to have you in our service but you have your job cut out for you but we hear from the Shenandoah Valley is most dismaying the Indians incited by the French are terrorizing the whole country dear let the colonel enjoys evening he did say eleven yes sir yes you're late colonel his lordship will see you now gentlemen whip out your aides I had hoped your lordship that you might grant us preferment preferment sir you want your provincial regiments made regulars in the British are and come now well I should know your lordship if General Braddock had survived I would now have rank suitable to my wishes and what are your wishes I'm a full colonel in the Virginia regiment sir and you consider that preferment for a colonel see in the regular army I do sir I have fought the French and Indians for four years I have more knowledge and experience of road-building tracking Indian lore and wilderness combat than any other man in the colonies experience yes but with what will stop your watch if you let your very feet force to defeat the Fort Necessity you will with Braddock on that disastrous March you have commanded your own regiment for almost two years and the Indian slaughters go on they hit and run sir and you started this glorious career by assassinating the fridge and it was not assassination sir was it no and what is it to do with my regiments right to permanent establishment right sir bill Jove writes you a colonial I cannot conceive your lordship that being colonist should deprive us of the benefits of British subjects for two years we Virginians have protected the frontier with our blood we have fought to keep this land for our King we are as loyal to His Majesty as the strongest of generals and it is wrong that we should be treated as ill-favored stepchildren you are a subject colony mr. Washington and you have no rights to any preferment in His Majesty's regular forces but your lordship have you read plans and treaties on military discipline no sir of course you know Fawcett's the Prussian short exercise no I'm sorry sir any green Coronet in his Majesty's of regulars was weaned on the great Frederick strategic concepts yet you sir a provincial who pretends to military competence don't even know of the existence of such books just because I have not read the proper book sir does not mean man your arrogance defies me sir perhaps you should concern yourself more with your provincial responsibilities and less with your uniform and rank but your lordship we are at war with France as well as the Austrian and Prussian empires and you serve with a man who fired the shots but started this war I ask you colonel does that call for rights but your lordship I believe we've said all that needs be sent mr. Washington I bet you a safe journey back to your fort and the duties that await you there good day sir yes today's y'all my god that is the last time I let some British Lord look down as aristocratic nose at me how dare he call me arrogant damn him damn Jimenez Reagan sir you must not let yourself get so angry you're still a touch of the paper alright I'm alright sir you must rest away from the rigors of the RV the favor can be dipped it's already carried off men like Jonathan Wilkes and Daniel Park custom Squire Custis hard to believe so the little Custis woman is a widow shall not long walk for suitors [Applause] good afternoon sir can I help you yes I'm here to offer my condolences to mrs. Costas and who may I say is calling I only just now heard of your loss I hope you don't mind my stopping by unannounced I've been on my wit in Philadelphia and I wanted to express my sympathy it's very kind of you sir my sister Nancy is here with her husband and a gentleman friend won't you join us oh no I wouldn't think of entry Oh will be honored oh no I really must be on my way at least 18 well if I may be frank ma'am I'm a bit indisposed stomach miseries I have something that might give you relief company of Canary wine and a dram of polarized hearts now see it is joining one to the other that works the magic but you must drink it all down once excellent colonel you don't think youth faster children do mind I cannot guarantee a cure well I feel better already thank you I must be on my way there we go I've kept you from your guests long enough gentlemen is mr. Josiah doom was more the latest matrimonial prospect my sister is brought to my inspection I'll see you to your voice it's agreeable to you man I should like to call on you again you're not otherwise up I okay got Riku thank you ma'am you may go sir Stuart Stuart I thought they'd Shaunie's have done in a lot of you just look a few days longer to find the French colonel and few more to escape from their main body it's good to see you will hi I just hope that wagon with the gifts isn't played because our friends here are gonna be wanting a little reward like it or not they've brought you a gift huh show the colonel one Shawny one French Corps closer I'm not going to faint are you come no no it's just a touch of the fever again and I've run out of my medicine maybe you ought to know I don't think it would be wise for our friends to see their white chief with a griping belly brothers this mark of your friendship I will forever cherish I think I'll send these to governor did he see the NATO campaign yes sir [Applause] I've ordered that carousing with lively wenches will put you in an early grave was wrong of you to wait so long before sending word you were here and in such a state I didn't expect you to come I just wanted to borrow your recipe books and some ingredients my brother John Agustin left to covered almost bare when he is passionate had left us you've tried to talk when you should be listening to your new doctor yes I suppose I do need a new one since the other side seem to be able to cure me dr. Craig prescribed jellies and such kinds of foods yes preachy told me and here we are already prepared and the other things you ask canary wine and rubberized heart torn yes thank you perhaps I'll have some of that concoction now how am I to prepare it a dram of Hearts horn and a modest cup of wine dr. prang prescribe no no a friend I hadn't heard of it any my uncle is a physician hmm let me help you are you quite sure this helps or is it your imagination oh well I was sorry to miss will before he left for England mm-hmm just had to get away after his father passed on hmm he had to go eventually to see to his inheritance so I arched him to do so now George we're gonna make you well and soon I will nurse you and only return to both why tonight oh sorry even then I want you to feel I'm here with you when you look across dog run and see the candle in my window you'll know I'm thinking of you and perhaps you won't feel so alone you shouldn't have I want to very much I'm determined to see you become your old self again I'm I must go when I return I'll bring Mike yours see how they measure up to your heart sign y-you remember look for the candle so at least you're not dead that was the rumor circulating in Williamsburg probably started by the governor well Mercer will be glad to hear you are still with us the temporary command is about to ruin his health and his good sense the men are very bare of winter clothes snow is up to our eyeballs yes I've written to Williamsburg on that I'm sure you've heard the resupply will show up on the hottest day in July I'd best be off we all feel terrible sir about your having had to be cooped up here in the lonely winter gloom with nothing to do except write letters telling us what to do I'm sorry Ricci didn't tell me someone was here mrs. Fairfax you remember captain Stewart my adjutant captain enchanted madam you have to be commended colonel you have discovered the perfect antidote to lonely winter gloom this is perfect if he means these dried flowers they means you Sally you're a beautiful woman aye sir a compliment yes I'm sorry but I love complement George let me see where should we put these here right here where can you see them the best you really like them George what are you doing I'm feeling better I must get up but you can hardly stand no I'm better much stronger Sally I am grateful for your visits but now you needn't come anymore you don't mean that I do I do Jorge it's alright that I care for you when you're sick well would want that and you tell you so if you weren't on the high seas now sailing for home but it's not right you know your winter has gone to a sick man you just said you were getting your strength back I am I am see [Applause] I'm afraid I could but you call breach II he could help me let me help you put your around my shoulder you're charged he's called preaching krejci please take a dare what do you do must exercise my legs fill my lungs with the out-of-doors I've been a sick man long enough preaching I have a life to get on with you must stay the night is our honored guest this time I won't say no the children are ready man where are we can my four children be hurt a lot and this is our little Martha but we call it patsy w pay respects what a pleasure it is to be in the company of such a charming young lady and gentleman your children got cheap you family is always meant a great deal to me and I'm a dutiful and attentive son though I must confess there are times when my mother inspires more than a portion of exasperation seeing a pleasure that you take in Jacky and Patsy reminds me also how much I anticipate children of my own they are indeed sir a blessing from God though sometimes and I borrow your word in exasperation you may wonder madam it's may indeed wonder why I feel called upon to recite to you this roll call of my obligations though I have carefully omitted mention of my lesser qualities such as a temper when sufficiently provoked know sometimes insufficiently the reason is that I feel war on it peace here in your deep breath forgive me I don't know why I've been talking so much upon such early acquaintance I'm usually more reserved ladies it's just that I I'm not sure what I intended to say I too feel safe and at peace in your company sir that is all I need to know at this point Oh George we grow so weary of your leaving this goodbye can become a very unpleasant word he's only doing what Duty tells him must be done Jemma Forbes assures me that he is going to enlarge our Virginia regiment to 1200 men join with Forbes us regulars we should present an army three times Braddock's huh how long will you be gone well the Braddock campaign convinced me of the folly of seeing into the future mm-hmm well I have a great personal favor to ask of you ask away before I knew I was going to be joining Forbes as army I had made plans to enlarge Mount Vernon I would be deeply grateful if you would supervise a construction in my absence of course it is important that it be completed before I return why the haste I may be bringing home a bride that's wonderful anyone we know it'll be ungentlemanly of me to mention her name before I have won her hand but I feel that you'll find her as charming as I do in that case that wish you victory my apologies madam for the impulsiveness of this visit but the advance on Fort Duquesne could take me away from months and I had to talk to you first I couldn't speak in front of your guests please don't apologize colonel I would have been hard sick if you failed to say goodbye but this is not goodbye dear madam I know it's unfair of me to ask this of you now when I know that I'll be facing battle but when I return I am determined to make you my wife if that would be agreeable you take my press away I don't mean to be so abrupt and you need not answer now I only had to at least make my declaration before I left I'm so glad you did will you believe me when I tell you that I have never felt this way before in my life and you need not wait for my head sir yes oh yes I will marry you my dear Colonel vosch Edith I know how difficult and discouraging a military campaign must be in the mean time George you must take care of yourself and come safely home to us Sally has also written you a message which I enclose here with congratulations colonel not only have you been elected to the birches of Winchester but now you enjoy the prospect of possessing mrs. Custis I hope you know how happy I am for you my dear for it you look weary to the bone sir I already have one mother Ricci I emphatically do not need another forgive me sir now forgive me I'm not in the best of moods these damnable delays we must attack for two came before the French who reinforced it will lose the chance wasn't for all to drive them out I shall be fine now good night raging good night sir [Applause] [Applause] dear madam tonight I was honored with your short but very agreeable favor I feel the force of your beauties as I remember a thousand tender moments but experience us sadly reminds me how impossible this is but there is a destiny that controls our actions not to be resisted and so becomes a time to say farewell the last portman for the northern border and they've abandoned I can't secure the fort prepare an encampment yes my career in the military is over Vineet etc but you and I have dreamed of getting revenge on the French by taking that forth and now it's fallen without a shot seems in every enterprise in my life and sense of disappointment sir you can't leave the army I've had enough of the arrogance of British regulars to last a lifetime the French know they're defeated here in North America and now Virginia no filters definitely and now finally I can live the life I want [Applause] [Applause] thank you mama thank you we shall miss you sir but I can see now while you will not miss the army my friend is he right George you will not miss your command my future is to be a farmer and a husband there'll be no British general telling me how to plow my field or love my wife mr. and mrs. washing will God bless thank you you'll be there [Applause] I know it I do Godspeed thank you both for everything Ricci is this mrs. Washington how do you gather yourselves together here this is Jackie Salem George it is beautiful come on sir mrs. Washington with my estate manager John old Cheryl my husband is spoken so highly of you mrs. Washington welcome to Mount Vernon we've enjoyed preparing for your ride my dear I can't wait to see if Mountain Vernon meets with your approval it is beyond my expectations well said since it could mean anything this way I meant Jackie child child you must watch where you run I want you to stay with Jane can be sure you keep little sister on mister forgive my sharp telling I must remember to defer to you and the disciplining of your children our children and I meant it when I said that you are to treat them as your own when they require correction my old comrades and arms would be amused to see how I handle discipline in my own home come you must see the better just what I would have wanted soft warm colors and Dimity curtains light enough to wake us at dawn and a cradle I will do my best to fill it very soon my dearest husband and I will do my best dearest wife indeed you will if our honeymoon is any measure I would put the latch on the door now were it not for the children I promise Oh George I love Nocturne they do so want to make you happy mrs. Washington very [Applause] give us a grand run today gentlemen feet of water yourselves in the fire it's hard to believe those dogs the defenders that daredevil pack we've been for Lord Fairfax so many years ago every time I ride these hills I think of Lawrence I still feel his loss so deeply Nandi rain has followed him still I think they'd both be happy to know that Mount Vernon is yours now still part of the Washington family do believe we've lost George Mason all the ladies will be along Mason are you all right I'm next order death George thanks to this wicked chase you've just lit me I thought you kept up rather well my horse kept up I was left miles behind comes as no surprise to me that I still find the chase as disagreeable as ever yeah now since it's a good neighbor I've subjected my posterior to this nonsense you owe me a favor anything my friend don't speak too quickly since you were elected to the House of Burgesses you haven't a tenth of that many meetings I asked you to attend the next one with me your influence will be felt without me I've heard from Benjamin Franklin Pennsylvania's agent had loved him but Lord Grenville intensive our scene with his stamp tax you imagine they'd lay such an economic burden on us without even asking our opinion never the attempts at the next parliament that fat will be in the fire to a fairly whiny war was expected work how can you defend a mother country the Rotax a colonies without the voice of their Parliament we are also Englishmen a few short years ago we fought together against the French we were brothers brothers yes well they need us but now I'm afraid they prefer we be their obedient children still there's the rub we'll continue this conversation later there's refreshments in the pollak very well George Jackie Jackie come down they cook about it but you and hunting sir why can't I is there anything wrong and liking guns and horses and dogs mother says I'm much like you and that respect yes well I too would have rather been in the woods at your age but books permit you to plunder the wisdom of the ages mathematics will help you to to survey the vast land that you're one day on can't I pay someone to do it down quick give me the gun stop it on your own skills Jackie where you become as helpless as so many sons of the gentry top company all right Oh why'd you run off this way mama my headaches I can't read anymore today may I rest my room till I feel better here let's just get him back to his books I'd know more about I really feel quite awful mama now very long then thank you dear mama let's see he spent the forenoon resting in a tree the afternoon his room pray madam how will he spend the night you think I spoil Frank but I promise not to say any more on that subject and I must hold to my word George Washington wait for me don't walk so fast George each time I try to be strong but each time I fail I am sorry please don't walk so fast we have strayed too far from our purpose gentlemen which is the introduction of new legislation now does anybody else wish to chair recognizes the gentleman from Fairfax County mr. Washington honourable members I beg your indulgence to introduce a bill of some consequence to our community's well-being I proposed to prohibit on pain of a fine of 15 shillings all pigs from wandering free so that they drink and even bathe in our springs or horse trough pigs George pigs when you should be concerned with British blindness and arrogance and I felt it was in my walls while Prime Minister the force passage of it diabolical Stamp Act all fire ages to be tried in courts of the and without juries but I understand that the proceeds than to be used for the protection of the colonies at all George we can protect ourselves and tax ourselves besides it's the principle of the thing George they wouldn't allow us a seat in their Parliament so they have no right to taxes however they disguise it as a bloody Stamp well what can we do George we must learn to defend ourselves it's your duty to help ignite resistance to this tax Nathan I have fought from my country and my king and I do not need you to remind me of my duty George it strikes even at the freedom of the press all of our newspapers all of our legal documents if not playing cards must be on stamped paper how could you ignore what's happening to us if I choose to not I fuel to the fire that's my right but men like you must learn for I have done my service sir I leave this fight to others any attempt to best such power in any other Parliament destroys British as well as American freedom I tended the speaker or my fellow burgesses I ask your pardon as a junior member I would show my loyalty to His Majesty to the last drop of my blood but this assembly has the sole right to lay taxes upon the inhabitants of this colony [Applause] and Julius Caesar had his Brutus Charles the first his Cromwell may George the plan [Applause] puppets by their example if this speech reason makes a moose [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] thanks for watching if you'd like to help us produce more compelling historical content like this please like comment below and share this video with fellow history buffs and of course be sure to subscribe to help keep history happening

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Ancient Aliens: Secrets of Teotihuacan (Season 12, Episode 7) | History



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As only about 10% of Teotihuacan has been excavated so far, ancient astronaut theorists wonder what surprising discoveries await us in this clip from Season 12, Episode 7, “City of the Gods”.
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NARRATOR: May 4th, 2015. A tourist visiting the ancient
pyramid complex of Teotihuacan takes a photograph featuring
the Pyramid of the Sun. He thinks nothing of
it, until he later reviews the photo and
notices two strange objects hovering over the pyramid. Upon closer examination,
they appear to be silver, disk-shaped craft. What's strange about
the two UFOs photographed above the Pyramid of
the Sun at Teotihuacan is that only 10 seconds later,
a second photograph was taken, and those two objects were gone. So clearly we are not talking
about Mylar balloons here. There is nothing floating
in the sky anymore, and if they would have
been Mylar balloons, well, they don't move that
fast to just disappear. There has been a long
history of UFO sightings and unusual events
in Teotihuacan, particularly around
the pyramids, which perhaps are
somehow attracting UFOs and extraterrestrials. NARRATOR: Is there more
going on at Teotihuacan than archaeologists realize? Could there be secrets about
our extraterrestrial past left for us to discover
at this ancient city? At Teotihuacan, so far
only 10% has been excavated. That means there's 90%
that remains to be dug up. How much more is
there at the site? We have no idea,
but we have to ask, if we continue and press on,
might we find the artifacts, the components, to start
to put the pieces together, and perhaps lead us to a
much clearer concept of who these beings were
who built this. DAVID CHILDRESS: We don't
know what they will find in the future, but I
suspect they'll make some startling discoveries. There's many things in our past
that we just don't understand, but it's possible
that the answers– some of them– are
at Teotihuacan.

EPISÓDIO COMPLETO | EFEITO NOSTRADAMUS | O Exército das Trevas | HISTORY



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This Chicken Lived for Two Years Without a Head | History



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In the 1940s, a chicken lived for two years without his head.

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Ancient Aliens explores the controversial theory that extraterrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years. Each episode in this hit HISTORY series gives historic depth to the questions, speculations, provocative controversies, first-hand accounts and grounded theories surrounding this age old debate. Ancient Aliens returns with all new episodes Friday May 31st at 9/8c only on History. #AncientAliens
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Restoration Home: Abbey Lane (Before and After) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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Historic houses, both humble and grand, have all played their part in the story of Britain. Today many are at risk and some in danger of being lost forever. Caroline Quentin returns to follow the fortunes of six more properties, all facing their own struggle for survival, all with committed new owners wanting to turn them into their dream homes.

In Tudor times, the majority of houses were timber-framed, but only a few survive. Abbey Lane in Warwickshire is a forgotten gem. Believed to date from the early 16th century, this house is not formally protected as a listed building and when it was put on the market it was clear it needed a lot of work. Professional couple Sally and Stuart, who had been searching for their ideal family home, saw past the decay and bought it.

The puzzle surrounding Abbey Lane is that its timber frame is unusually elm and not oak while other architectural features indicate that it was more than a family house. One thing is for certain, the condition of the timber skeleton is shockingly frail and half of the rear frame needs rebuilding. Costs slip and work stops. Will Sally and Stuart manage to turn Abbey Lane into their dream home?

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The Strongest Man in History: Lifting a 345 Pound Viking Stone (Season 1) | History



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Ancient Aliens: The Great Mayan Disappearance (Season 9) | History



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The Strongest Man in History: Painting Challenge | Exclusive | History



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The UnXplained: The Most Haunted House in America (Season 1) | History



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The Strongest Man in History: Pulling a 60,000 Pound Viking Ship (Season 1) | History



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The four strongest men in the world compete to see who can pull a 60000 pound ship the furthest in this clip from Season 1, “Stronger Than a Viking”.

Ancient Aliens: The Extraterrestrial Agenda (Season 9) | History



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NARRATOR: Houston,
Texas, December 1992. Eight members of the
Houston UFO Network separately report
being abducted in one of the strangest mass
abduction cases in history. Derrel Sims, a former US
intelligence operative, conducts the preliminary
investigation. All these people
independent of each other, and to my shock and
amazement, they all came back with the exact same story– the same craft,
the same entities. They identified each
other in great detail. Some of them didn't even
know each other very well. All of these people described
being taken by a small craft and a small entity,
and the entity took them to a much larger craft. NARRATOR: After researching
numerous UFO sightings that were reported the
night of the incident, Sims makes a shocking discovery. Someone in Japan had filmed
the moon during this time and filmed a massive craft that
left a shadow across the moon as it crossed the moon's
surface during the same time of the mass abduction. So there was the
corroboration that we needed. NARRATOR: UFO researchers
following the case believe collective details
gathered from the event may shed new light
on the abduction phenomena and perhaps
clues to understanding the extraterrestrial agenda. One of the people taken saw
a map-like thing on the wall. The map that this individual
saw that was on the wall indicated approximately
6,000 years of the aliens' involvement with mankind. We were down to the last small
section of that map which was about a hundred years left. What we deduced from the
information from the abductee was simply that this experiment,
whatever it is, is almost over. NARRATOR: After viewing the
map, one of the abductees was led through
a massive hallway to another part of the craft. DERREL SIMS: It was a
huge room, enormous size. I said, what did you see? He said it looked
like a collection, like almost like a museum of
things that had been collected. They seemed to have
collected species, animals, people, all kinds of things. Then I said, and what was
significant about that? And he said, I don't
think they were dead. I think they were all
suspended animation. This may explain the
reason why some people disappear and don't come
back from an abduction event. NARRATOR: Do the
accounts from the Houston mass-abduction
event shed new light on the extraterrestrial agenda? If so, might the stories
of mass disappearances throughout history
be not fantasy but part of a program
to collect human beings and other Earth species? But for what purpose? DAVID WILCOCK: Perhaps these
abductions are not happening for some random reason. These samples are being taken so
that the human seed itself can be preserved in
the unlikely event of some mass ecological
catastrophe that wipes out human life on
Earth as we now know it. The evolution of
humans on this planet has been completely and totally
an experiment on the part of extraterrestrials. We'll call it experimental
lab process on this planet. Intelligences are
cloning and hybridizing and mixing and matching. GEORGE NOORY: Earth could very
well be a farm, simple as that. It's like "The
Island of Dr. Moreau" where we're genetically altered. We're mixed. We're abducted. We're taken. We're brought back. This could be the
greatest melting pot of experimental
work in the universe. But, you know, as NASA has
said, they're going to discover alien life forms in 20 years. I think we will find that
creatures on other worlds resemble us very closely. NARRATOR: Could it be that
extraterrestrials really have been coming to
Earth and abducting large groups of people
throughout our history? And if so, are other worldly
beings conducting experiments to upgrade the human race,
preparing us to become part of an intergalactic community? Ancient-astronaut theorists
propose that one day we will be reunited with
our alien ancestors, but perhaps for some of us this
reunion has already occurred.

Britain's Slave Trade: The Old Corruption | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



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The Old Corruption challenges the accepted version of the history of abolition, that the passive, suffering slaves were freed by benevolent white crusaders, revealing the corruption of the plantations owners, and how the inhuman treatment of African people was finally acknowledged.

Britain’s Slave Trade reveals the shameful truth behind this liberal facade, showing how the economic, social and cultural life of Britain would have been unrecognisable without slavery. Britain’s Slave Trade explains how a middling European power transformed itself into the ruler of the waves, tracing the impact this had on the British way of life and taking in the Industrial Revolution, the beginnings of Empire and the birth of modern racism along the way. It also unearths startling evidence showing how many families that think of themselves as ‘pure’ English stock are in fact descended from slave ancestors.

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All Change at Longleat: Lord Bath Hands Over Control | History Documentary | Reel Truth History



Lord Bath has handed control of the £190 million estate to his son, Ceawlin, but the handover isn’t going smoothly. Ceawlin upset his father when he moved back in, and the pair are no longer on speaking terms. In the village on the estate, there’s further unrest after Ceawlin puts up the villagers’ rents. Meanwhile, Ceawlin’s wife Emma is settling into life as Lady Weymouth. She now has her own servants and the run of the 130-room historic house – but she must get used to sharing her home with a daily stream of visitors. In the safari park, the animal keepers watch …

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The Hidden History of Demons in the Ancient World [FULL DOCUMENTARY]



This new documentary shows some very deeply hidden secrets, looking at Demons and Gargoyles from the ancient world, they can take a variety of forms. Dragons, devils, demons, half-human and half-animal are the most common. The styles and possible meaning and functions will be discussed here. While there is growing interest in these carvings, which originated during the time of ancient Egypt, there is not a large amount of meaningful written material concerning them.
The documentary shows that In various religions, devils and demons are evil or harmful supernatural beings. Devils are generally regarded as the adversaries of the gods, while the image of demons ranges from mischief makers to powerful destructive forces. In many religions, devils and demons stand on the opposite side of the cosmic balance from gods and angels.
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thousands of years ago complex technology which bridged the gap between the physical world and the spiritual worlds was developed in Iraq Egypt Mexico and European megalithic sites such as Stonehenge buried deep inside sacred mounds of Earth in gobekli tepe in Turkey in Egypt in Iran and Iraq and also buried deep under the pyramids of Mexico we have discovered statues of very strange dealings alongside these statues are other artifacts which resemble the components of electrical circuits such as the Jed pillar which looks suspiciously very similar to a Tesla coil in the ancient world electricity was being generated using batteries filled with acid vinegar and these devices created a flowing energy which was used by the Illuminati royal families of ancient Egypt ancient Iraq ancient Britain and ancient Mexico to make psychic contact with spirits angels and demons these devices in turn inspired the greatest scientists of the modern world some of whom were members of secret societies which boosted senses in which ectoplasm technological apparatus were used to show us images of the spirit world all this technology was kept uh turley secret welcome to the world of forbidden electrical psychic spiritual technology welcome to the world of forbidden TV my name is Chris Everard and I travel the world investigating psychic spiritual and technological secrets which the ruling elite have kept secret for thousands and thousands of years did the ancient Egyptians have some form of Technology it's quite possible we know that in ancient Iraq there were so-called Baghdad batteries which were earthenware jars filled with vinegar with an anode and a cathode and each of these jars could actually create about 0.5 volts of electricity in this episode we break down the barriers of academia and the sheer stubborn ignorance of archaeologists to accept that electricity was known about and used during the time of the Pharaohs for thousands of years universities and colleges have denied students a true picture of the ancient world the words electricity and magnetism are words from ancient Greece and in this episode for the first time on film we investigate the ancient electrical power sources used by the Pharaohs and the builders of the great megalithic sites ember is fossilized tree resin which the builders of Stonehenge and the megaliths of Europe appreciated for its color and natural beauty the insects inside ember date back to the time of the dinosaurs but amber was valued for other reasons in fact the Greek word for amber is electron and this is the source of the word electricity and 4,500 years ago people would rub amber with sheep's wool and create impressive sparks of electricity magicians such as the legendary Merlin was said to have a collection of amber collected from the shores of Lithuania and these mystic illusionist magicians would shock their audiences by discharging bolts of static electricity created from ember clearly ancient people knew about electricity and the secret Brotherhood's on the Nile I didn't babble on created electricity using so-called Baghdad batteries and also they harvested electricity from the sky alongside static electricity the builders of the pyramids also understood and used magnetism the magnetic compass is one of the first scientific instruments to have been used extensively in the ancient world and a compass will not work without first having a good understanding of magnetism the pyramids of giza are aligned almost precisely to the four cardinal points of planet Earth and so it is obvious to me that the ancient architects had a compass and yet this is never mentioned in any books on Egyptology people are being led astray and being told that gobekli tepe in Turkey is the oldest known civilization it is not for example in Germany a carved statue dating back to 23,000 BC has been found and in Japan the Jomon people were making advanced earthenware pots decorated with braided rope fourteen thousand years ago [Laughter] and what about obelisks obelisks have also been censored from mainstream archaeology the truth is that in the time of the family of Pharaoh took Moses obelisks were given offerings and even worshipped as if they were alive obelisks represent the phallus and in the mess of Islamic gatherings at Mecca token obelisks are stoned because still to this day Islam considers the obelisk to be a symbol of the phallus of Satan but obelisks were not just symbolic of the phallus of Satan they were shaved in an alloy of silver and gold and palladium and this special alloy was called electron Satan is represented as the giant serpent reptile known as Apophis in ancient Egypt and there is an energy associated with this serpent which is illustrated on many two walls at the Valley of the Kings and this serpent energy flowing in strange directions from one object to another can only be one thing electricity electricity in the ancient world was called serpent energy and we can see this serpent energy flowing in strange directions from one object to another in many of the murals of the tombs of the valley of the kings in the book of Genesis there is a teaching that everyone mankind must resist the temptation of the serpent I believe this to be an allegory for the peasants not to embrace or to be seduced by the power of electricity even today the hadith teaches that modern technology should be shunned and that mankind should somehow stay in the dark ages if you think it's strange that Brotherhood's in the ancient world would tell people to be suspicious of electricity then consider this less than 40 years ago there were demonstrations marches in London against the microchip obelisks were always erected in pairs at temple entrances because one was an anode and the other was a cathode in actual fact there is evidence to suggest that there were two obelisks made completely of palladium gold silver alloy called electrum at the temple of Carnac in actual fact luxor means the city of light the tips of the surviving obelisks which we see today at Carnac were covered in an electrum sheath this is a natural gold silver palladium alloy which conducts electricity many obelisks have a groove running down one corner where a wire was attached to the capstone sheath the atmosphere is full of static electricity each positive and negative obelisk would have harvested an atmospheric voltage which may have been converted and stored in a battery the battery in question would have been the mysterious Ark of the Covenant these obelisks were used to harvest static electricity directly from the atmosphere palladium is a soft metal and part of the platinum group of precious metals even to this day palladium gold alloy is called electrum a word which comes from ancient Egypt modern electrum plates has commonly been made from an alloy of gold silver and palladium each obelisk has a capstone and in ancient Egypt these were shaved in electrum these obelisks were the tallest structures in the ancient world and were constantly in contact with hydrogen atoms in the air there is no doubt amongst modern archaeologists that static electricity from the atmosphere was being harvested by the ancient Pharaoh's and palladium has the remarkable ability to absorb hydrogen gas from the atmosphere like a sponge palladium absorbs up to 900 times its own weight in hydrogen gas palladium mainly comes from South America so if it was used as an electrical conductor in ancient Egypt is there any proof that the Pharaohs had trade routes connecting them to South America well in actual fact there are mentions of evidence to show that the pharaohs were trading with South America in the previous episode we explained how cocaine was discovered in the body tissues of the mummy of pharaoh ramses ii our broadcaster reports were first aired about two and a half years ago now if the Pharaohs were rich enough to trade in cocaine which came from South America that is pretty obvious they were rich enough to buy palladium from South America or transatlantic traders we believe in the making of this show that those traders were the mysterious Olmec today we see governments worldwide using the Egyptian obelisk as a symbol of power to Islamic people across the planet when they see an obelisk such as the Washington Monument they see a symbol of serpent energy they see a symbol which represents the phallus of Satan there are obelisks situated at important energy centers in capital cities worldwide this secret emblem of electricity and the secret emblem of Satan can be seen with the two Cleopatra's needles one in London on the banks of the River Thames and the other stands in Central Park in New York City in fact Freemasons have amalgamated the magic and architecture of ancient Egypt into all of their Masonic rituals and when the Central Park obelisk was erected thousands of Masons in full Masonic uniform March 5th Avenue in a Grand Masonic celebration obelisks have some kind of secret it is a secret reserved for the elite the elite governments have invested millions of dollars in building effigies of Egyptian obelisks in many capital cities and they'll even transported original Egyptian obelisks which now stand at the Vatican in Rome in London in New York in Paris and many other sites the secret to obelisks is the electrostatic power which these obelisks are able to accrued from the atmosphere and this static electricity was stored in a battery in ancient times and today we call that battery the Ark of the Covenant but to learn more about obelisks and Static atmospheric electricity in the ancient world we have to leave ancient Egypt and now we travel to Lalibela in Ethiopia Oh the Museum of mankind in Paris and also the Berlin Egyptological collection opium has been found in the body tissue of many kings queens and priests of ancient Egypt Orthodox archeology ignored this discovery until it was discovered that both ham pipes just like those plaques used by junkies in China were actually carved in soot egypt's biggest temples the biomechanical tests on the body of King Ramses clearly showed that he was high on opium for many years of his life but the x-rays and tests on his stomach contents go way beyond discovering just opium doctors who tested the mummified remains of many Egyptian kings and queens also found hashish the tests were repeated and it was confirmed that hashish was eaten in ancient Egypt the cannabinoids proof that Ashish was imported from Syria Stone Age psychedelia is the most in-depth investigation into the kings and queens of the ancient world it's a book which is far more than just about drugs in the ancient world it proves that the richest families who ever move the face of the planet gained their riches by dealing in opium cocaine hashish and tobacco stone-age psychedelia proves that the psychedelic experience is of the root of all religions Stone Age psychedelia proves that the pharaohs were junkies Stone Age psychedelia is available exclusively with a free DVD documentary film from Christopher ever are.com and also from Christopher everardo dot uk' the Kebra Nagast is an ancient text describing him the real Ark of the Covenant was brought to Ethiopia by King Menelik the first who is King Menelik his Ethiopian name is Boehner alaikum and the Kebra Nagast was who caused him the son of the wise he was the first Jewish Emperor of Ethiopia and is traditionally believed to be the son of the arch magician King Solomon of ancient Israel Solomon married the Queen of Sheba it was a queen whose facial features matched that of the upper Egyptian and Ethiopian pharaohs at the Cairo Museum mummy chamber we see that many pharaohs were Ethiopian with orange hair which they died using Hanna in fact the Kebra Nagast portrays most of the prophets and even Jesus himself as being blackmailed King Solomon is the central character in world international Freemasonry King Solomon builds a temple by hosting seances and summoning demons to dictate the blueprints of his temple these demons are described in an ancient Jewish book of black magic called the go Asia in this book we see 72 primary demons controlling entire armies of lesser demons these demons are misfits of creation they are known as the killer Poth in cabbalistic mysticism welcome to the south of France now this area is going to be very familiar to the viewers thousands of years of the unique maternal and the people that come on my expeditions and to us because this is where I live this is where my film studio is it's the South of France it's not far from the beach and in my local village there are houses from the seventh century as you can see the area is not short on a little bit of history there are three major castles in my local area and this one is the Chapel of tren Cavell and just within the walls so these rampart accruals here you've also got the Basilica of San and as the air now you really have to travel to the south of France to see this Gothic architecture because if you get up close like we do with their drones then you can see that these buildings are smothered in gargoyles now the word gargoyle is a comes from the French word for gargle as in gargling water and there is no biblical precedence for smothering the exterior of a building with these demonic entities and this is all the work of the Knights Templar and the Masonic guilds and these demons as a safe there's no precedence in the Bible you know in the biblical scriptures obviously say that Jesus casted out demons that's for sure but there's nothing in the Bible that says when you build a church you smother the church in statues of demons well what we're really dealing with here is one of the biggest lies put before the world and what the Knights Templar did is that they had a secret Brotherhood they were loan-sharking they were buggering Arabian boys on the crew on the Crusades since of the ancient Middle East and when they came back from those Crusades they landed in places like a Gomorrah in the South of France and they brought with them books black magicians operating in the ancient Near East and they began their satanic kind of careers they triggered merchant banking loan sharking as a set and they used to trample and spit on the cross they brought back shrunken heads which they kept in the silver caskets they worshipped these heads they called them baffle Mets and they built these cathedrals supposedly these cathedrals are a celebration of Christ of you know of Jesus and really to be absolutely honest I've spent years decoding this architecture what these buildings are is they are temples to the killer puff demons and the gargoyles are the killer puff demons in actual effect on the Chapel of trend Cavell there is actually 72 carved heads exactly the same number as the primary number of demons in the ancient book of black magic called the Galatia so these demons have water running through them gargling water that's why they're called gargoyles and of course the peasants down on the ground level get baptized – every time it rains with water that's run through these statues now there are no blueprints of any of these Gothic cathedrals anywhere in existence in Europe that's because the Knights Templar kept the blueprints completely secret they used to inscribe the blueprints on tablets of wet clay and after the the cathedrals have been finished in their construction periods those clay tablets were put somewhere secret we don't know where they are or they were smashed and destroyed the blueprints for a lot of these temples and a lot of the designs of these gargoyles actually came through psychic mediums who were members of the masonic guilds they used to carve these horrid evil creatures and my research in the library is by the way I do speak enough French to understand medieval French books sighs speaking of Spanish to understand the black magic texts from Toledo in Spain I speak a little bit of Sumerian a little bit of Latin a little bit of Hebrew and you have to if you want to understand exactly what goes on with Judeo Babylonian Satanism and the so-called New World Order you can't do it from sitting in an armchair stealing bits of information from other people's books you actually have to do what I do which is travel the world and learn lots of languages and then you can get the big picture the big picture in my books is that the go a show and if you look under G in the index of any book you chew you care to mention the spent conspiracies and bail global conspiracies and New World Order you'll see that there's nothing about go a show this another thing about grimoires either which of these books are black magic so you have to actually go to the source and that's what I do and these cathedrals all over Europe are smothered in these gargoyles these are the killer puff demons and the Caesars of the Roman Empire actually worshipped these exact same demons they didn't use the same names for these demons but that's what they were doing this is the roots of pizza gate this is the root of exactly what's going on to this day with The Whistleblower children from Hampstead and the other whistleblowers from the Presidio naval base in America these covens these lodges these satanic Brotherhood's and sisters are operating right now in the world and they are using ancient forms of divination and they are summoning these horrible demons and when they carved these gargoyles a psychic who is a member of these Masonic guilds used to actually summon one of these demonic spirits and kind of imbue it into the actual stonework they was hoisted up onto the building and as I say every time it rained the rainwater ran through these demonic sculptures and basically baptized the peasants below who obviously even still to this day most people believe that these evil sculptures are on the exterior of these churches for one reason and that is because they ward off evil spirits well it doesn't say anything like that in the Bible there's no teaching from Jesus or Moses or anyone about that you have to see these things for what they are and remember that the Knights Templar their leader Jacques de Molay was actually burned as a witch along with lots of his compadres because they were actually doing witchcraft and that is the real truth of the Knights Templar and these Gothic cathedrals and as I say the Roman Caesars actually worshipped these demons and in the South of France just a stone's throw from where I live there is a deconsecrated Church and we can see tombstones and altar stones from the Roman Empire these are stones that come from a Roman graveyard and Roman villas that were built 2,000 years ago in the South of France and we can see the horrific nasty horrid faces of these demons that were worshipped by the Caesars there is a longer more in-depth version available on the Enigma channel the Enigma channel is like WikiLeaks but instead of reading documents about secret subjects you can put your feet up and watch thousands of fascinating documentary films covering the subjects which has been censored and suppressed from the mainstream media for decades the Enigma channel is a 100% independent TV network with documentaries and TV shows which are not available on YouTube not on Netflix and are unique to the Enigma Channel what typifies these weirds killer puffer beings is that if you look into their eyes there is absolutely no empathy and compassion there is no laughter feeling of goodwill towards anyone they have been deliberately created to be the empty husks they're beings but they have no soul and the soul has no compassion and Judaism and Celtic Babylonian magical systems worships these beings and so did the bosses if you like of the Roman Empire and the Roman Empire just changed itself into the Holy Roman Empire and I believe that is these dis compassionate weird husks of beings which are still being worshiped to this day amongst many of the Catholic cults and on including Freemasonry and the currents on the club the order of the nine angles and many of these other cults some of those members are actually masquerading as being Cardinals in Catholic priests and they even wear Catholic robes in reality they are worshipping these beings that have coldness they have no compassion no in and the launch [Applause] and this is what the Roman Empress worships they they worshiped these horrific nasty devilish type characters that had no compassion no empathy and they worshiped these characters to give them strength they gave them offerings of food offerings of wine I mean there was sacrifice of slaves that were taken from countries that been conquered by the Caesars and the Empress of the Roman Empire and they were doing everything they could to give power and give spiritual forcefulness to the spirits of these kind of serial killer type gods and they have these horrific faces terrible faces but they have the bodies of young children that that personifies the pantheon of so-called gods which the Roman emperors worshiped and they also worship the planets as well the known planets at that time were moving through the sky and they were also worshiped as well the Zeus was the word for Jupiter from the Mediterranean world so you know this is a really important repository of stones because you've got lots of as astronomical symbols here you've got universe's galaxies you put stars all represented here and you've also got these horrible serial killer type demon characters all carved into stone these were all quartz or stones or they were all gravestones and when a Roman Emperor or a Roman member of the Senate died they would have one of these nasty evil kind of serial killer type spirits carved into their gravestone and there's lots of astronomical symbolism here because astronomy and astrology world one combine science and the reason why astronomy was important in this because the planets were thought to be fueled by a living entity living spiritual life force and that's why the Chaldeans and then the Greeks and then the Romans all put a great amount of emphasis on combining astronomy and astrology and we see that at dandera the ceiling of dendera is mentioned so deaq and here we see on the altar stones and the gravestones of the great and the good of the Roman Empire the Roman rulers in the Mediterranean more than 2,000 years ago we see that they put spinning galaxies symbols on all of these stones is that the one where you've got the body of the young child but with the face of somebody's in their 50s or their 60s this is very very typical of the types of gods that existed you know before we had you know Christianity the only other big major religion at that time in the Mediterranean was Judaism which has been developed by the Chaldeans child ear is a province of Iraq babylonians and they moved up into the area which is now Jerusalem and you know really basically what we're looking at here are demons the Jewish people call these killable and killer puff means that they are husks or the shelves of the mistakes made by the creative force so God created these as a mistake and the Roman Empire the Roman emperors worshipped them and so did all of the catalysts one of the people that were following the Solomonic system of magic from king solomon the clavicle of solomon that go asia actually teaches youth communication systems so that you can actually have seances and magical rituals and actually speak with a Killa cough and why are they being worshipped they're being worshipped because they're the mischievous naughty elements of creation and all of the all of the black magic being taught in the world of the Chaldeans which became Judaism is actually fostering a cancer a spiritual cancer so that if you want to simplify things this creation is good the universe is good the reproductive life force of Mother Nature is good and what these people were doing is that they were worshipping and bringing forth and giving sustenance to the horrid killer Poth who have been fostered to to a degree where they've formed a kind of spiritual cancer and that's really essentially what these demons represent now they don't hold the same form all the time they have certain forms where they appear in them in the mind's eye of the magician as weird things like a head of the toad head of them ahead of crab legs a spider Alexis of a man will join together that's like a calling card so you know ah I've now summoned sacred Sovereign Lord bar and at the magician's command they will take human form but it's a twisted human form it's a it's a distorted human form it's a parody of what the life force and what Mother Nature does and that's what they worship and then in terms of real genealogies Romulus and Remus or the wild child's kind of legends the wild children left in the forest and brought up by jackals and they just learned you know the the law of the jungle right way and that is what the Roman Empress said that they came from their genealogy is all linked to these wireless children that have brought up in jungles and forests by animals because they survived and they'd come up that they don't become adversity they managed to protect themselves they managed to drink the milk of wild animals they've managed to act like animals and get accepted by wild animals which other humans would be attacked by and that for the Roman Empress was a sign of strength and so therefore they wrote those wild children into the genealogies of their families whether it's true or not I don't know I doubt very much whether it is true to be honest I think it's probably will lie and they know it's a lie but that's what they used to do after that then what happened is that the sexer Gotha clans and the sex Altenburg clans started to say that they were descended from King Solomon who is one of the most notorious magicians of the Judaic system and he wrote many books telling you how to communicate with the Killip off and in the official genealogy books in London you can see that the royal family of Britain the Buckingham Palace claimed that they are descended from King Solomon so these tombstones are a very important archaeological discovery a farmer was plowing a field and he found all of these water stones some of these are gravestones some of them are all systems and they're all water stones from the Roman Empire and these were in houses built by the Roman Caesars in the Roman warlords in the Mediterranean they gathered them all together and buried them into the ground in one field as if they were embarrassed about these horrible demons that the that the Roman Caesars worship if you would like to join one of our filming crews and go on an expedition to the ancient world then you need to visit the Enigma channel website that's enigma channel Comley or you can visit the members site at enigma tv.com use the contact form and write the word expedition in the subject heading in exchange for a small contribution towards our filming costs you will actually become a member of our crew they'll be eating with us in the same hotels you'll be travelling with us you'll be be sort of the authors from people which we interview now every year we are filming at amazing museums in places like Athens Paris Madrid Barcelona New York Mexico Egypt you name it you'll get to stay in haunted castles you can visit haunted pubs you can be taken on moonlit milks around London and we visit many many ancient cities our expeditions include lectures about things like Nostradamus the Cathars the Illuminati Nikola Tesla the Vatican Paranormal Research believe me it's a lot of fun so what you do is you contact us via the enigma Channel websites its enigma channel calm or enigma tv.com and we look forward to meeting you and look forward to inviting you as a member of F true it's not a boat which is meant to be designed to go bloody tourists now is the time for you to get 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BBC Civilisation (Part 11/13): The Worship of Nature



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NARRATOR: Houston, Texas, 2010. Doctors at the Texas
Heart Institute examine a 59-year-old man
complaining of chest pains and make an
astounding discovery. The patient has a
three-chambered heart, similar to that of a reptile. Researchers attributed
the rare condition to an evolutionary
phenomenon called atavism, when a lost trait of
a distant ancestor reemerges in a modern organism. GAGE CRUMP: So the idea is if
you look at where we evolved from, we were first fish. Fish have a two-chambered heart. And then we came on land. We're more like a reptile. That has a
three-chambered heart. And then, eventually, we have
a four-chambered heart as we became mammals and then humans. So interestingly,
during development, that same sequence of evolution
is played out again as embryos. So if there's any sort of defect
in the embryo along the way, it could get stalled out
at that earlier state. And now this man
has a heart that's more typical of our distant
ancestors, the reptiles. NARRATOR: While the discovery of
a human with a reptilian heart is incredibly rare,
other genetic conditions have been found that suggest
a link with reptiles. Since the 1800s, over
100 cases of human tails have been reported
in medical journals. People with the
disease ichthyosis have dry, scaly skin. And people with
the diseases called syndactyly and
ectrodactyly have fused fingers and claw-like hands. But if such anatomical
irregularities are a link to our
ancient ancestors, as some scientists
suggest, could it be that they are not the
remnants of a reptilian stage in human development
but, instead, reveal that humans
once commingled with reptilian aliens? Ancient astronaut
theorists say yes and believe that further clues
can be found in the stories of China's first emperor, Fuxi. Fuxi is one of the
mythical rulers of China. And he is considered to be the
original or prototypical man. He was created along
with his sister, Nuwa. They were humanoid
in form in the sense that their upper bodies
were that of humans, but their lower bodies
were that of snakes. And they're often
represented with snake tails intertwined together. NARRATOR: Similar stories
of reptilian humanoid beings exist in cultures around
the ancient world, including Japan, Greece,
and South America. DAVID CHILDRESS: We
even have good drawings and reliefs of many of
these fantastic creatures. And so is it possible that
some of these creatures really are aliens
that look like that? And it seems like in some cases
that is probably the case. NARRATOR: Other
unusual anomalies also appear to mirror the
descriptions of divine beings from ancient texts. Millions of infants are born
with blue patches of skin called Mongolian spots,
evoking the blue-skin gods common to India and Egypt. There have also been
many cases of gigantism throughout history, bringing
to mind biblical stories of the Nephilim,
giants that were said to be the hybrid
offspring of humans and divine beings
called "the watchers." Within us is the whole
evolutionary development of humankind, as well
as the other species that humans developed from– reptiles, fish, and so forth. Extrapolating this idea, if
extraterrestrials had a hand in retooling our DNA, then do we
also carry their genetic makeup within us, as we would? JASON MARTELL: We know
today that our DNA contains a lot of junk DNA
that we still don't understand. So when we see these
genetic anomalies surface in physical form in children, it
could be that it's not anomaly. It's actually a lost
extraterrestrial gene, a marker that's now
resurfacing at the right time.