Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Tuesday night at MDC

with a great class! Group presentation on World War 1










This is a great class, it is an absolute pleasure to facilitate your study in this course!

I am sorry to my FIU students (both REL and History), but you guys in the AMH class at MDC on T-Th nights take the "best class" award for Spring 2017. Thank you.

The March of the Bonus Army

PBS Documentary:'




Published on Jun 20, 2013 This is an ugly piece of American history that has been swept under the rug. Very few people know about this shameful event where the US Army, led by some of the most revered heroes of WWII, were turned on the veterans of WWI in the streets of Washington, DC.

Zheng He - Chinese Admiral

"Zheng He" - The Great Voyager 1405-1433 AD



 Published on Jun 9, 2012 Zheng He from 1405 to 1433 made 7 voyages with over 1000 soldiers and crew to India and Africa. The great explorer. Their voyages were hidden from history and the records burned. The information of "Zheng He" and his voyages were discovered in 1930. The Chinese invented a magnetic compas giving them the ability to navigate in hostile environments.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

The "Roaring" 1920s

The "Roaring" 1920s




 Uploaded on Jul 27, 2007 The purpose of this video is to show the main events and fashions of the 1920s.

Monday, February 13, 2017

The Sui Dynasty -

The Sui Dynasty - A Violent Reunification



Published on Dec 14, 2012
There seems to be a lot of repetition in Chinese history. The short-lived Qin Dynasty violently united the empire and led to the Han—China's first Golden Age.

And in a similar way the Sui Dynasty, which lasted just 36 years, re-united China after almost 400 years of division, setting the stage for the Tang—the greatest of China's dynasties.

The Sui Dynasty was established in 581 AD. China had been divided since the end of the Han Dynasty in around 220 AD. After passing through the battles of the Three Kingdoms Period and the Northern and Southern Dynasties, the rulers of the Northern Wei Dynasty saw their chance to conquer "all under heaven," the Chinese term for the area considered as China at the time.

Due to multiple palace coups, the rulers of Wei ended up with the surname Sui. They conquered Sichuan in 533 AD, the North East in 577, and then set their sights on the south. The Southern campaign involved a massive naval assault with thousands of ships sailing up the Yangtze River.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Western African Kingdoms

(Ghana,Mali and Songhay)


Published on Apr 24, 2013
The story of Africa - West African Kingdom


Tuesday, February 7, 2017

American Experience - Influenza 1918

Published on Dec 7, 2016