The atomic bomb. An explosive device that derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions, releasing large quantities of energy from relatively small amounts of matter. This nuclear device, no larger than a traditional bomb, could devastate an entire city by blast, fire, and radiation.

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Even though it’s called a Tank, the heavy armored self-propelled gun didn’t go along with the Tank name during this period. It couldn’t be classified as a Tank because it didn’t have any revolving turret, and it was also disqualified from being called a self-propelling gun because of its heavy armor.

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The fascinating story of a president who knew how to harness the nation's grief over JFK's assassination, and become an unlikely champion of Civil Rights. The film includes rarely seen footage, secret White House tapes, and personal testimony from LBJ's advisors, biographers, friends, and family.

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Ernest Shackleton - In 1914, after the sinking of his ship The Endurance, this hero saved his entire crew from a certain death. 100 years later our expedition sets out to explore the sub-Antarctic islands of Elephant, South Georgia and the South Sandwich by boat, ski and pulka.

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The Empire State Building, NYC, 1941

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Winter on Fifth Avenue, NYC, 1893

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A French women welcomes an American soldier two days after liberation. Strasbourg, France, 22 November 1944

One of the most interesting parts of US Presidential elections is the use of the electoral college to determine their winner. But how did it come to be and given how controversial it (sometimes) is, why hasn't it been altered or dissolved? If you want to find out then watch this short and simple animated documentary.

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Civilians huddle in the streets of Seoul, South Korea amid rubble and debris, after fierce fighting between UN and North Korean forces, during the Korean War - 1950

When discussing the American Civil War very few people ever talk about how the rest of the world felt about it? So how did they react? To find out, watch this short and simple animated history documentary.

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