(6/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(7/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(8/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(9/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(10/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(11/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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(12/12)Battlefield: The Battle for Russia
This fast paced episode of "Battlefield" chronicles the titanic war in the east, that eventually decided World War II in Europe. Despite numerous warnings from the Communist spy networks: the Lucy Spy-Ring the Red Orchestra Richard Sorge, and pleadings from Churchill and FDR, through ultra decrypts, Stalin discounted all invasion warnings. Stalin felt that all these alarming reports was actually an attempt to divide agreements between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany, by the British and America
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Spanish Explorers
Columbus’s return from the New World created an abundance of activity throughout Europe. Old World monarchs dispatched explorers and small armies to the newly discovered continent to establish outposts, spread religious beliefs, and seek treasure. The advanced Indian civilizations of South and Central America were prime targets for invasion because of their abundance of gold and silver.
As Spain and Portugal battled for legal rights to the New World, Pope Alexander VI, a Spaniard, media

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Washington's Surprise Attack on Trenton
In this two minute video the surprise attack by Washington on the British mercenaries at Trenton is expained. This Christmas, 1777, battle came at desperate time for the colonists. Washington defies military convention with a nighttime assault in the dead of winter.
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Moral Reasoning in Bioethics
BIOS095-10222010 - Fall 2007 Lectures - Moral Reasoning in Bioethics - Lehigh University > Public Courses > Bio Science in the 21st Century > Fall 2007 Lectures > Moral Reasoning in Bioethics
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My First English Words, Holidays
This animation for kids presents vocabulary related to holidays, and reads and shows each word in a sentence. The sentences are read by a male and a female narrator with British accents.  British terms such as ""ice creams" are used. 
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The Months of the Year
English speakers, with slight British accents, narrate as each of the twelve months of the year appear on a slide. The names of the months are displayed as text on the screen.  Very distinct pronunciation.  ELL students might find this useful. (:39)
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The 2010 Horizon Report
The 2010 Horizon Report
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World At War: Alone (4th) 1 of 6
The fourth installment in a long series covering World War II in great detail from every angle. This segment deals with the plight of the British having to having to go it alone from May of 1940 to May 1941. This video has interviews, still photos and movie images.
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World At War: Alone (4th) 3 of 6
The third episode about the British having to deal with the Nazis from May 1940-1941. The Battle of Britain, retreats in Greece, Crete and Tobruk, and life in Britain between the evacuation at Dunkirk and Operation Barbarossa. Interviewees include Anthony Eden, J.B. Priestley, Sir Max Aitken, Lieutenant General Adolf Galland and Sir John "Jock" Colville. (9:34)
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World At War: Alone (4th) 5 of 6
The third episode about the British having to deal with the Nazis from May 1940-1941. The Battle of Britain, retreats in Greece, Crete and Tobruk, and life in Britain between the evacuation at Dunkirk and Operation Barbarossa. Interviewees include Anthony Eden, J.B. Priestley, Sir Max Aitken, Lieutenant General Adolf Galland and Sir John "Jock" Colville. Footage of Buckingham Palace being bombed and Churchill talking to the people.  Acutal footage. (8:28)
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World At War: Alone (4th) 4 of 6
The fourth episode about the British having to deal with the Nazis from May 1940-1941. The Battle of Britain, retreats in Greece, Crete and Tobruk, and life in Britain between the evacuation at Dunkirk and Operation Barbarossa. Interviewees include Anthony Eden, J.B. Priestley, Sir Max Aitken, Lieutenant General Adolf Galland and Sir John "Jock" Colville.
Shows the aftermath of the raid of September 7th-may be too graphic for younger children.(9:41)

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World At War: Alone (4th) 6 of 6
The third episode about the British having to deal with the Nazis from May 1940-1941. The Battle of Britain, retreats in Greece, Crete and Tobruk, and life in Britain between the evacuation at Dunkirk and Operation Barbarossa. Interviewees include Anthony Eden, J.B. Priestley, Sir Max Aitken, Lieutenant General Adolf Galland and Sir John "Jock" Colville.

This segment centers around May 10, 1944 which was a turning point for the war in Britain as it was a diversion for the invasion

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'Kangaroo's Visitor gets a Surprise' a self-published picture book by Peter Taylor
Peter Taylor reads. with Australian/British accent, his self-published book, Kangaroo's Visitor gets a Surprise, illustrated by Gail Breeze. The words do appear on the screen, but they are too small to read easily, and do not appear at length on the screen, which focuses on the illustrations (wide-to-tight and tight-to-wide shots).  (8:24)
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Who are the Greens?
 Continuing with the podcasts on the Centre for British Politics Seminar Series Paul Anderson explains the origins of the Green Party and their policies.

Mr Anderson was speaking in the Centre for British Politics' Seminar Series.

The Seminar series is designed to give students and staff a balanced view of British politics by the people who practise it. Previous podcasts can be found in the 'Politics' cat
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