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How the Internet Was Invented | The History of the Internet, Part 1

When you clicked on this video, your computer sent a message to a computer at YouTube that might be states or countries or continents away. It didn’t know how to get the message there, but it sent it anyway. The message probably arrived after about half a second and told
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Internet spiegato ai bambini Storia del World Wide Web – Alessandro Ghebreigziabiher

The World Wide Web was born on August 6, 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee, a researcher of CERN, the day when he put online the first website of the history. However, the World Wide Web became public only two years later, namely on April 30, 1993. Then, the Internet become today
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CEO Q&A regarding the future of Simulator Battles「War Thunder」

– Future of the Simulation mode woah, that’s fast (the stream chat) The game is full of issues – Planes Strafing the runway, useless AAA bomber spamming, huge FPS drops, in high BR games They finally fixed 2x bomb [reward] after two years Okay. So what do you got to
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Fallschirmjäger FJR7 Brest – Présentation d’uniforme

Hello everyone and welcome to this new uniform presentation video. Today I am going to present the uniform worn by a Gefreiter integrated in the 7th Fallschirmjäger Regiment during the Battle of Brest First of all, I have to clarify certain points, as usual. First of all, this video is
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The Rise and Fall of the Japanese Zero

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Brilliant, a problem solving website that teaches you to think like an engineer. In the late 19th and early 20th century the Japanese Empire was under rapid expansion, fueled by a feudal born military economy and European technology.First invading the
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Airplane black boxes, explained

“Tower, look at to the south, there’s an aircraft crashing” On Veterans’ Day in 2001, an airplane carrying 260 people dropped out of the sky shortly after taking off from JFK. “An aircraft just crashed to the south of the field” The top fin of the plane broke off and
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50 Insane World War 1 Facts That Will Shock You!

World War One officially started on July 28th, 1914, and ended on November 11th, 1918. The number of casualties differs, depending on what source you read, and finding exact numbers is, of course, impossible. It’s generally thought this devastating war involving multiple nations ended with about 20 million deaths and
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Creating a website for the nation

Hi, I’m Ade Adewunmi. I work at the Government Digital Service, and I’m here to tell you about GOV.UK. We launched GOV.UK in October 2012. It replaced the two big central government websites; Directgov and Business Link. The idea was to make something simpler, clearer and faster; something focused on
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Hunting the Bismarck – The Pride of Germany – Extra History – #1

May 20th, 1941. A restaurant in Stockholm. A British officer, the naval attaché to neutral Sweden, is having dinner alone when the waiter interrupts him with a telephone call from the embassy. His eyes widen. He slams down the receiver and rushes out. Waiting for him at the embassy is
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