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The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Animated Film

The Very Hungry Caterpillar In the light of the moon a little egg lay on a leaf One Sunday morning the warm sun came up and… Pop! Out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar. He started to look for some food. On Monday he ate through
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Naval Legends: Yamato | World of Warships

They were designed to be the best… they met enemies face to face, endured tragedies and enjoyed victories… they went down in history due to the bravery of their crews… they are the ships that deserve to be called “Naval Legends!” In this episode, watch Yamato Life and Death of
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The Most Expensive Things Ever Thrown Away

– [Speaker] It’s easy to accidentally throw away something you didn’t mean to. Keys, cellphone, maybe even a piece of jewelry. I know I’ve dumpster dived for a few things I didn’t mean to toss. Fortunately I’ve never accidentally chucked a tire stuffed with money, a £300,000 ring, or multi-million
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See how it was made – The Amazing Life-Size LEGO Technic version of the Bugatti Chiron

In the LEGO Technic team, we came up with a really crazy idea. Could we build a full-scale Bugatti Chiron out of LEGO Technic elements and actually make it drive? This is the story of how we did it. It’s one thing to get an idea. It’s something else to
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Preservation of Style Commemorates LA’s Historic Neighborhoods

– At first it started with a visual crush. Something would intrigue me visually and I wanted to know more. My name is Alexandra Gargiulo and I’m the founder and author of Preservation of Style. My own personal mantra is really doing everything with style. Beauty is great. Everyone wants
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Web Administration and Design

This is a second career for me. My first career, I was working in fast food. I was in there for over 20 years, straight out of high school. and I had to retire, unfortunately, at 37. And I found myself without a future. Handicapped and I thought I would
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Free Online Course: The Holocaust – an Introduction

On the 15th of April 1945, the British army liberated the German concentration camp Bergen Belsen. The soldiers were horrified by what they saw: þ60,000 barely alive prisoners in an ongoing process of dying. Among them was Miriam Akavia, a young Jewish girl, originally from the beautiful city of Krakow,
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Robert E Lee Biography: A Remarkable Military Career

Robert E. Lee – today, the mere mention of his name is enough to arouse passionate debate. In his time, he was loved and respected by both the Confederate Army and the Southern people. Curiously, following the Civil War, this high admiration carried over to include the people of the
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Ivan the Terrible: The First Stalin

He’s a man known to history literally as ‘the Terrible’. Ivan IV was the first tsar of Russia, the man who built the iconic St Basil’s Cathedral, and the ruler who defended Moscow from Tartar invasion. In Russian history, he’s a towering figure, behind perhaps only Peter the Great and
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History of Russia Part 1

For thousands of years, the lands known today as Russia and Ukraine were inhabited by nomadic tribes and mysterious Bronze Age cultures. The only record they left were their graves. In the great open grasslands of the south, the steppe, they buried their chieftains beneath huge mounds called kurgans. The
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