10 Most Ingenious Thefts in all History…

They say crime doesn’t pay. Well it depends which criminals you talk to. The ones that’ve gotten caught will usually agree – but they’ve really only got themselves to blame. A smarter crook would have gotten away with it. Every now and then, criminal masterminds band together to pull off spectacularly complex heists – netting […]

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Why all Americans should honor Juneteenth

An historian explains the history and significance of the holiday. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Note: This video was previously titled, “Juneteenth, explained.” The title has been changed to better reflect the video’s content. When American schoolchildren learn about chattel slavery in the US, we’re often told it ended with Abraham Lincoln’s signature on the […]

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10 Most Expensive Mistakes in History

Have you ever made a mistake that had some unpleasant consequences? What about dumb things you did that you’re now ashamed of? We’re sure you can think of a couple! But sometimes, the scale of the mistake just goes beyond all limits of reason! What if we tell you that one single blunder can cost […]

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10 Biggest Lies Ever Told In History

History is written by the victor – is very true! We’re uncovering and solving the biggest fake’s and lies ever told to you! From who built the pyramids, the loch ness monster, and even what ad campaign are telling the truth! Subscribe for more amazing videos! â–ş â—„ Forget everything that you thought you knew. […]

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Ancient Discoveries Scientists Still Can’t Explain

Scientist’s can’t explain these ancient artifacts from recent archeological digs. From ancient Mayan’s to modern day mysteries – can you help us solve any of them? Subscribe for more amazing videos! â–ş â—„ Throughout time humans have done some amazing things. Across the globe archaeologists have found ancient relics that astound our modern sensibilities. Much […]

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Apollo 12: The Pinpoint Mission

Apollo 12 launched from Cape Kennedy on Nov. 14, 1969, into a cloudy, rain-swept sky. Launch controllers lost telemetry contact at 36 seconds, and again at 52 seconds, when the Saturn V launch vehicle was struck by lightning. In addition to continuing Apollo’s lunar exploration tasks, Charles Conrad, Alan Bean, and Richard Gordon deployed the […]

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