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1:49:59 Nuremberg Trial (Court TV, part 1) Visit

1:49:59 Nuremberg Trial (Court TV, part 1) RobertHJacksonCenter From Court TV documentary (1995) on Nuremberg Trial, part 1 highlighting it’s origins and footage on and commentary about Robert H. Jackson’s Opening Statement, Indictments of Nazi war criminals, Nazi Organizations and concentration camps. For further information, see www.roberthjackson.org.

Alexander Vindman From Wikipedia Visit

Alexander Vindman From Wikipedia Alexander Semyon Vindman (born June 6, 1975)[2] is a retired United States Army lieutenant colonel who was the Director for European Affairs for the United States National Security Council (NSC) until he was reassigned on February 7, 2020. Vindman came to national attention in October 2019 when he testified before the..

30:00 Mix – The unruliness of Glenn GOU... Visit

30:00 Mix – The unruliness of Glenn GOULD YouTube FedericoFellini “I do not think some people truly understand how incredible this film is and how fortunate we are to watch it. Not only are we given an intimate look into Gould’s life, his creative process, etc, we are literally able to witness a genius in..

Michael McFaul From Wikipedia – “... Visit

Michael McFaul From Wikipedia “Michael Anthony McFaul (born October 1, 1963) is an American academic and diplomat who served as the United States Ambassador to Russia from 2012 to 2014. McFaul is currently the Ken Olivier and Angela Nomellini Professor in International Studies in the Department of Political Science at Stanford University, where he is..

Then and Now: Vermont’s EV Story 12/28/2021... Visit

Then and Now: Vermont’s EV Story December 28, 2021 Imagine if Vermonters had only ever driven electric cars? The truth is, Vermont didn’t have electricity until 1905, and not until the 1960’s in rural areas. But in other parts of the country, EVs accounted for 1/3 of all the vehicles on the road. Electric cars..

48:53 Dean Minow interviews Benjamin B. Feren... Visit

48:53 Dean Minow interviews Benjamin B. Ferencz ’43 Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow sat down for a talk with Benjamin B. Ferencz ’43, who served as a chief prosecutor in the Nuremberg Trials. Ferencz has written extensively on the importance of a permanent international criminal tribunal to ensure enforcement of international law.

Middlebury Union High School MUHS Athletics ... Visit

Middlebury Union High School MUHS Athletics Schedule – Including COVID-19 Guidance for Athletes, Coaches, and Spectators

2:50 Cape Horn Passage in schooner Wander Bir... Visit

2:50 Cape Horn Passage in schooner Wander Bird – trailer. On June 26, 1936, Wander Bird, an 85 foot schooner under the command of Captain Warwick M, Tompkins Sr., set sail from Gloucester, MA to San Francisco via the treacherous Cape Horn with a crew of 10 including his family. Tompkins, Sr. wrote the book..

20:36 The Saddest Concerto of All Time –... Visit

20:36 The Saddest Concerto of All Time – David Bruce Composer Concertos aren’t particularly well known for being sad, so in this video I talk about a piece I think is probably the Saddest Concerto ever written. I explain how it flips the norms of the concerto genre. VIDEOS Jacqueline du Pre & Daniel Barenboim..

6:21 Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Original ... Visit

6:21 Orville Wright, Wilbur Wright, Original Footage! First Flight Military Airplane 1909. Flight lasted 1 hour and 12 minutes. The Wright Brothers sold their first airplane to the United States Army in August 1909. Their initial airplane (Model A) was tested at Fort Myer, Virginia on August 20th 1908. After a series of successful test..