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IAS/UPSC History Lecture - From Ancient to Modern History - Anuj Garg Coaching

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Modern Indian history lecture in hindi(pre+mains+optional) - IAS/UPSC - Anuj Garg Coaching

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मध्यकालीन इतिहास / Medieval History - IAS/UPSC LECTURE

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A history of conspiracy theories in America: Lecture by Professor Robert Goldberg

A history of the phenomena of conspiracy theories in the United States by Professor Robert Goldberg

Timothy Snyder - "What Can European History Teach Us About Trump’s America?"

This event talks about the historical realities of political ideology, and discuss the ramifications of the 2016 election. Professor Snyder is one of the leading experts on Eastern European history, and recently published a new book, Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning, winner of the MacMillan Center’s Gustav Ranis International Book Prize. Professor Snyder will discuss recent presidential election and the state of European and American political history.

Sponsored by the Yale Political Union and the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies.

अगर आपकी History कमजोर है तो इस वीडियो को देखे - IAS/UPSC History Lecture From Harimohan Sir

अगर आपकी History कमजोर है तो इस वीडियो को देखे - IAS/UPSC History Lecture From Harimohan Sir // IAS with Ojaank Sir


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Sindhu Ghati ki Sabhyata in Hindi - Part 1 | Harappa Civilization (Indian History) | CGPSC

Here we are starting Indian history lectures for IAS, CGPSC, UPSC and all Civil Services Examination. We are starting our lecture with Sindhu Ghati ki Sabhyata and we will upload complete lecture for Indian History.

GK Tricks | Sindhu Ghati Culture in Indian History | Indus Valley Civilization | Harappa & Mohenjo-daro Culture

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IAS / UPSC history lecture , important battles of Indian History

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Modern Indian History - IAS/UPSC Lecture

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IAS / UPSC history lecture - Modern History of India - Part1

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Evening Lecture | Paul Kennedy: The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History...

Evening Lecture | Paul Kennedy: The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History, and their Implications for American Seapower Today | January 28, 2014

Paul Kennedy, the J. Richardson Dilworth Professor of History, Director of International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale, and Distinguished Fellow of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, coordinates the ISS programs funded by the Smith Richardson Foundation. He is internationally known for his writings and commentaries on global political, economic, and strategic issues.

Paul Kennedy's lecture, The Three Great Naval Wars of Recent History and their Implications for American Seapower Today is the College's academic year 2013-2014 Admiral Raymond A. Spruance Lecture, which honors a great naval hero of World War II and past president of the College, is sponsored by the Naval War College Foundation through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Finn III.

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Disclaimer: The views expressed are the speaker's own and may not necessarily reflect the views of the Naval War College, the Department of the Navy, the Department of Defense, or any other branch or agency of the U.S. Government.

History 1301 Lecture 1: Precolumbian North America

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Lecture 1 - Writing Israel's History - Derek Penslar - Sherman Lectures 2013

Lecture 1: Writing Israel's History: Between Myth and Counter-myth

Note: Lecture begins after Prof. Alex Samely's introduction at 7.30 mins.

The annual Sherman Lectures are presented at the University of Manchester, UK.

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Russian Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series

The Russian Revolution and the Making of the 20th Century: Global Perspectives at the Centennial

Glennys Young, UW professor of history and international studies

The Russian Revolution was at once a symbol of hope for the oppressed and a warning sign for those in power. It fueled decades of anticommunist ideologies and policies all over the world, but it also had unlikely connections with the Pacific Northwest.

Jan 25, 2017
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Carl Sagan Christmas Lectures 3: The History of Mars - 1977

I see that this lecture is uploaded on youtube only in parts, so here is this fantastic lecture about planet Mars in whole.

French Revolution - 2017 History Lecture Series

Power and Privilege in the French Revolution

Raymond Jonas, UW professor of history

The Revolution of 1789 shattered Europe’s old regime and sent shockwaves from Paris to the Caribbean. This lecture explores the claim that the French Revolution invented modern political culture, from the pursuit of human rights to the use of terror as a political tool.

Jan 18, 2017
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The Military History of the First World War: An Overview and Analysis - Professor David Stevenson

The entire military history in just under an hour, with close examination of the changing tactics and weaponry that made this such an appalling conflict:

This lecture will analyse the reasons for the failure in 1914-15 of the initial war of movement and the factors underlying the trench stalemate that characterised the middle years of the conflict, before examining the return to more mobile campaigning in 1917-18.

It will include the war at sea as well as the war on land, and refer particularly to technology, tactics and logistics.

The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College Website:

Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website.
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The History of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES - with Frank James

Frank James explores the history of the CHRISTMAS LECTURES.
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The first CHRISTMAS LECTURE was delivered in December 1825 by the Royal Institution’s Professor of Mechanics, John Millington. Two years later Michael Faraday gave his first of nineteen series of lectures, culminating with his 1860/61 series ‘The Chemical History of a Candle’ which produced perhaps the most popular science book ever published. As the Royal Institution’s flagship lecture series it was an obvious candidate for broadcasting by the BBC’s fledging television service in 1936. In the post-1945 period several lectures were televised, but it was not until the 1966/7 series that they started being broadcast annually. These two talks (see the other here: illustrated by clips, experiments and perhaps the odd explosion, consider the development, content and impact of these lectures.

Frank James, Professor of the History of Science at the Royal Institution, has edited the complete extant correspondence of Michael Faraday and is currently working on the background to Humphry Davy’s career.

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Richard Bulliet - History of the World to 1500 CE (Session 1) - Introduction to World History

Topic: Introduction to World History

Speaker: Richard Bulliet
Date: 9/7/2010
Course number: W3902
Course title: World History to 1500 CE
School: CC

Session 1 (9/07/10)

The Great Reversal: The "Rise of Japan" and the "Fall of China" after 1895 as Historical Fables

The 2011 Edwin O. Reischauer Lectures

Undoing/Redoing Modern Sino-Japanese Cultural and Intellectual History, Benjamin A. Elman, Princeton University

From Harvard University's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies watch a lecture on the rise of Japan and the fall of China in the late nineteenth century are story lines that dominated Sinology and Japanology in the twentieth century. In the first lecture, Benjamin Elman will use a 2006 website controversy concerning Japan's victory in the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95 to indicate that in the twenty-first century we are entering new historical terrain vis-à-vis modern China and Japan. Wars and cultural history are inseparable. The competing/complementary narratives constructed by the victors and the losers of wars on the ground and at sea enshroud the past in a thick ideological fog. Seeing through the fog created by the First (or was it the Second? the Third?) Sino-Japanese War in 1894-95 allows us to place Sino-Japanese cultural interactions before 1894 in a new light with less teleology and fewer blind spots. The Meiji rise of Japan as event and narrative empowered uniquely modernist critiques of the decadence of Chinese art, traditional Chinese history, and conveniently provided Chinese revolutionaries with a failed China in a post-war East Asian world.

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