Well, good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. I’m very pleased and relieved to see you back here this week. Every time I have to give a lecture on history, I feel like the seventh husband of the Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida, who once said on their wedding night: “I know what I have to do, but
Gaze upon the banner of the dawn! Highlighting the first step to take in life! Hear the sounds of the fierce attacks, echoing throughout the land! The battle has ignited once again! Tension fills the heart! And Lenin, is young once again, and the youth of October are taking the lead! And Lenin, is young
“И вновь продолжается бой! The Battle is Going Again! (English Lyrics)”
Hello everyone! I am Simone and welcome to my channel! In this video I will try to explain in a simple and practical way the main differences between communism and socialism On this subject, there are about two centuries full of academic studies, research papers, manifestos, books, schools of thought, ideologies. For this reason I
“Communism & Socialism – What are the main differences?”
So we have already covered some pretty bizarre wars on this channel but I believe the war we are covering today, one ups all of them. We will explain how disagreement over a punctuation mark between two groups led to the division of Czechoslovakia. But first, be sure to like and subscribe if you enjoy
“Hyphen war – How A Punctuation Mark Divided A Country?”
Vladimir Bukovsky spent a total of 12 years in russian psychiatric prisons and labor camps for defending human rights during the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies. His last period of imprisonment was in 1971, he came to the west in 1976 and now lives in Cambridge. He has experienced firsthand a system which he considers
“Vladimir Bukovsky: EU = USSR”
The friendship of fraternal peoples Operators: D. Caspii, L. Maksimov A vivid expression of friendship and fraternity between the Polish and Soviet peoples, was a trip Kliment Voroshilov, and its accompanying Party and State leaders, to the Polish People’s Republic. This monument was erected in honor of Soviet soldiers, who gave their lives for the
“Visit to Poland the government delegation of the USSR 1958”
The Soviet Union will be pleased to offer amnesty to your wayward wasel The Soviet Union, I thought you guys broke up. YESss… That’s what we wanted you to think. AHAHAHAHAHAHA! [GREAT ASS SOVIET MUSIC] [GLASS SHATTERING] GRRR MUST. CRUSH. CAPITALISM. GRR. GRR.
To show you the power of- [GLORIOUS LIBERATION NOISES] [Battle of Stalingrad ended. Soviet victory] [Counter-invasion begins] [Berlin falls] [Germany surrenders] – I SAWED YOUR COUNTRY IN HALF!
The Republics of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or Union Republics (Russian: Сою́зные Респу́блики, tr. Soyúznye Respúbliki) were the ethnically based proto-states of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). For most of its history, the USSR was a highly centralized state; the decentralization reforms during the era of Perestroika (“Restructuring”) and Glasnost (“Openness”)
“Republics of the Soviet Union | Wikipedia audio article”
Boy, I’m sure glad we left the pool party, Trey. Math homework is way more fun! Computer, that’s the first thing you’ve ever said that doesn’t add up. (canned laughter) You’re so studious, Computer. Trey, you could learn a thing or two from his people. They’re very wise. (canned laughter) Whoa, time out! (whistle blowing)