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Bulletproof glass - test
03:04
SD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

Bulletproof glass - test

bullet-proof glass test, guns, pistols, shooting, test, military, security

Produced 2002


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Russia: Chechen Republic - Execution,1997
00:56
SD RM master

Sharia: execution of a man and a woman in the Chechen Republic

Russia: Chechen Republic - Execution,1997. Sharia (شريعة Šarīʿa; [ʃaˈriːʕa], "way" or "path") refers to the sacred law of Islam. All Muslims believe Sharia is God's law, but they have differences between themselves as to exactly what it entails. Modernists, traditionalists and fundamentalists all hold different views of Sharia, as do adherents to different schools of Islamic thought and scholarship. Different countries and cultures have varying interpretations of Sharia, as well.

Produced 03-09-1997


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Vietnam war:combat soldiers, prisoners
05:12
SD RM master

Vietnam war: combat soldiers, prisoners

Vietnam war:combat soldiers, prisoners

Produced 1970s


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Ceausescu
00:42
SD RM master

Ceausescu: December, 1989 - the last days

Ceausescu: December, 1989

Produced 1989


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U.S. Army: combat soldiers, 1944
01:06
SD RM

World War II: U.S. Army: combat soldiers, 1944

U.S. Army: combat soldiers, 1944

Produced 1944


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War: Gallipoli, 1915
00:44
SD RM master

World War I: Gallipoli, 1915

Allied troops attack Gallipoli from the water and suffer many casualties, 1915

Produced 1915


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War: Battle of Loos, Kitchener's army, Scottish soldier, 1915
01:18
SD RM master

World War I: Battle of Loos, Kitchener's army, Scottish soldier, 1915

Kitchener's force battle in Loos, France, during World War I, and the Scots are inspired by a bagpipe player, 1915

Produced 1915


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War: World War I, fighting in Mons, soldiers marching, 1914
01:02
SD RM master

World War I: Fighting in Mons, soldiers marching, 1914

World War I: brutal fighting outside Mons, Belgium, with firefights from both sides

Produced 1914


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Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory: The First Commercial movie - La Sortie de l'Usine Lumière à Lyon
00:23
SD RM

France, Lyon

Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory: The First Commercial movie - La Sortie de l'Usine Lumière à Lyon

The First Commercial movie. Created by the Lumière brothers in 1895, it was screened as the first in a series of 10 short films at the Salon Indien du Grand Café in Paris, and marked the first time admission was charged for a movie screening.  The Lumière brothers, Auguste Marie Louis Nicolas (19 October 1862, Besançon, France – 10 April 1954, Lyon) and Louis Jean (5 October 1864, Besançon, France – 6 June 1948, Bandol), were among the earliest filmmakers in history. (Appropriately, "lumière" translates as "light" in English.) History The Lumière brothers were born in Besançon, France, in 1862 and 1864, and moved to Lyon in 1870, where both attended La Martiniere, the largest technical school in Lyon.[3] Their father, Claude-Antoine Lumière (1840–1911), ran a photographic firm and both brothers worked for him: Louis as a physicist and Auguste as a manager. Louis had made some improvements to the still-photograph process, the most notable being the dry-plate process, which was a major step towards moving images. It was not until their father retired in 1892 that the brothers began to create moving pictures. They patented a number of significant processes leading up to their film camera - most notably film perforations (originally implemented by Emile Reynaud) as a means of advancing the film through the camera and projector. The cinématographe itself was patented on 13 February 1895 and the first footage ever to be recorded using it was recorded on March 19 1895. This first film shows workers leaving the Lumière factory. First film screenings The Lumières held their first private screening of projected motion pictures in 1895.[4] Their first public screening of films at which admission was charged was held on December 28, 1895, at Salon Indien du Grand Café in Paris. This history-making presentation featured ten short films, including their first film, Sortie des Usines Lumière à Lyon (Workers Leaving the Lumière Factory).[5] Each film is 17 meters long, which, when hand cranked through a projector, runs approximately 50 seconds.

Produced 19-03-1895


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Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: Beijing - The Tiananmen Square Massacre
00:18
SD RM master

China, Beijing

Tiananmen Square protests of 1989: Beijing - The Tiananmen Square Massacre

Revolutions in Eastern Europe, 1989 -Beijing - The massacre of Tian An men Square In the massacre of 1989 Tian An men Square. 50000 students took it to the streets on april 29th of Beijing and protested peacefully. On May 4, approximately 100,000 students and workers marched in Beijing making demands for free media reform and a formal dialogue between the authorities and student-elected representatives. The government rejected the proposed dialogue, only agreeing to talk to members of appointed student organizations. On May 13, large groups of students occupied Tiananmen Square and started a hunger strike, demanding the government withdraw the accusation made in the People's Daily editorial and begin talks with the student representatives. Hundreds of students went on hunger strike and were supported by hundreds of thousands of protesting students and residents of Beijing, which lasted for a week. Although the government declared martial law on May 20, the government failed to enforce it and the demonstrations continued. The hunger strike was approaching the end of the third week, and the government resolved to end the matter before deaths occurred. After deliberation among Communist party leaders, the use of military force to resolve the crisis was ordered, and Zhao Ziyang was ousted from political leadership as a result of his support for the student demonstrators. The Communist Party then decided to stop the situation before it escalated further. Soldiers and tanks from the 27th and 28th Armies of the People's Liberation Army were sent to take control of the city. Although the government ordered all civilians in Beijing to remain indoors by numerous television and loudspeaker broadcasts, these warnings were not always heeded, and many peaceful protestors and innocent bystanders were attacked by the People's Liberation Army soldiers; the ensuing violence resulted in huge numbers of civilian casualties and some army deaths. The Chinese government acknowledged that a few hundred people died. The crushing of the 1989 social movement in Tiananmen...

Produced 03-06-1989


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2nd Olympics: Paris, 1900, Konrad Stäheli, shooting events
00:51
SD RM

France, Paris

2nd Olympics: Paris, 1900, Konrad Stäheli, shooting events

There were many shooting events during the 1900 games. These included using pistols, and shotguns. The targets were both still and moving (clay pigeons). The Swiss team did exceptionally well

Produced 1900


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World War II: Cannon shooting and tanks, Kaliningrad
00:22
SD RM

Soviet Union, Kaliningrad-Königsberg

World War II: Cannon shooting and tanks, Kaliningrad

WW II: Cannon shooting and tanks World War II, or the Second World War was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945 which involved most of the world's nations, including all of the great powers, organised into two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most widespread war in history, with more than 100 million military personnel mobilised. In a state of "total war", the major participants placed their entire economic, industrial, and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort, erasing the distinction between civilian and military resources. Marked by significant action against civilians, including the Holocaust and the only use of nuclear weapons in warfare, it was the deadliest conflict in human history, that resulted in fifty million to over seventy million fatalities. The war is generally accepted to have begun on 1 September 1939, with the invasion of Poland by Germany and subsequent declarations of war on Germany by the United Kingdom and France with their colonies. China and Japan were already at war by this date, whereas other countries that were not initially involved joined the war later in response to events such as the German invasion of the Soviet Union and the Japanese attacks on the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor and on British overseas colonies, which triggered declarations of war on Japan by the United States, the British Commonwealth, and the Netherlands. The war ended with the total victory of the Allies over Germany and Japan in 1945. World War II left the political alignment and social structure of the world significantly altered. While the United Nations was established to foster international cooperation and prevent future conflicts, the Soviet Union and the United States emerged as rival superpowers, setting the stage for the Cold War, which would last for the next forty-six years. Meanwhile, the influence of European great powers started to decline — while the decolonization of Asia and of Africa began. Most countries whose industries had been badly damaged began moving toward economic recovery and across the world political integration emerged in an effort to peacefully stabilise after war relations.

Produced 1945


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Cannon shooting on the sea
00:44
SD RM

Balkan

Cannon shooting on the sea

Cannon shooting on the sea

Produced 1910s


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Hungarian Revolution of 1956 - Shootings, fighting scenes
00:59
SD RM master

Budapest

Hungarian Revolution of 1956 - Shootings, fighting scenes

The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 was a spontaneous nationwide revolt against the government of the People's Republic of Hungary and its Soviet-imposed policies, lasting from 23 October until 10 November 1956. The revolt began as a student demonstration which attracted thousands as it marched through central Budapest to the Parliament building. A student delegation entering the radio building in an attempt to broadcast its demands was detained. When the delegation's release was demanded by the demonstrators outside, they were fired upon by the State Security Police (ÁVH) from within the building. The news spread quickly and disorder and violence erupted throughout the capital. The revolt spread quickly across Hungary, and the government fell. Thousands organized into militias, battling the State Security Police (ÁVH) and Soviet troops. Pro-Soviet communists and ÁVH members were often executed or imprisoned, as former prisoners were released and armed. Impromptu councils wrested municipal control from the ruling Hungarian Working People's Party and demanded political changes. The new government formally disbanded the ÁVH, declared its intention to withdraw from the Warsaw Pact and pledged to re-establish free elections. By the end of October, fighting had almost stopped and a sense of normality began to return. After announcing a willingness to negotiate a withdrawal of Soviet forces, the Politburo changed its mind and moved to crush the revolution. On 4 November, a large Soviet force invaded Budapest and other regions of the country. Hungarian resistance continued until 10 November. Over 2,500 Hungarians and 700 Soviet troops were killed in the conflict, and 200,000 Hungarians fled as refugees. Mass arrests and denunciations continued for months thereafter. By January 1957, the new Soviet-installed government had suppressed all public opposition. These Soviet actions alienated many Western Marxists, yet strengthened Soviet control over Central Europe. Public discussion about this revolution was suppressed in Hungary for over 30 years, but since the thaw of the 1980s it has been a subject of intense study and debate. At the inauguration of the Third Hungarian Republic in 1989, October 23 was declared a national holiday.

Produced 01-10-1956


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John Fitzgerald Kennedy
01:04
SD RM master

John Fitzgerald Kennedy: Deadly Path

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Deadly Path

Produced 22-11-1963


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The massacre of seals
06:48
SD RM master

Canada

The massacre of seals

The massacre of seals

Produced 1998


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Explosion
00:25
SD RM master

Explosion: Maffia explosion - Budapest, Aranykéz street

Explosion: Maffia explosion - Budapest, Aranykéz street

Produced 02-07-1998


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Explosion
00:13
SD RM master

Explosion: The blowing up of FIDESZ Hall

Explosion: The blowing up of FIDESZ Hall

Produced 09-07-1998


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Security
00:21
SD RM master

Security: Bodyguards - Removing the attack

Security: Bodyguards - Removing the attack

Produced 1996


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Security
00:33
SD RM master

Security: Training of Bodyguards

Security: Training of Bodyguards

Produced 1999


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