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1900, End and beginning of a century: Men eat fish an the market
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Germany, Hamburg

1900, End and beginning of a century: Men eat fish an the market

End and beginning of a century: Men eat fish an the market


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1900, End and beginning of a century: treffic - horse-drawn carriages
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Germany, Berlin

1900, End and beginning of a century: treffic - horse-drawn carriages

End and beginning of a century: Horse-drawn carriages


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1900, End and beginning of a century: water running shoes
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: water running shoes

End and beginning of a century,water running shoes


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1900, End and beginning of a century: Wilhelm II, German Emperor hunts
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Wilhelm II, German Emperor hunts

Wilhelm II (German: Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen; English: Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia) (27 January 1859 – 4 June 1941) was the last German emperor and king of Prussia, ruling both the German empire and the kingdom of Prussia from 15 June 1888 to 18 November 1918 (sometimes wrongly given as 9 November, date of the unofficial abdication announced by Prince Max von Baden.)


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1906 - Earthquake in San Francisco: After the demolition
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United States, San Francisco

1906 - Earthquake in San Francisco: After the demolition

1906 - Earthquake in San Francisco: After the demolition


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1911 - South Pole expedition - new: Amundsen reaches the South Pole, Antarktis and Scott dies
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Antarctica, South Pole

1911 - South Pole expedition - new: Amundsen reaches the South Pole, Antarktis and Scott dies

The Geographic South Pole is the point where the earths axis of rotation intersects the surface. This is the point usually meant when an unspecified south pole is mentioned. The first humans to reach the Geographic South Pole were Roald Amundsen and his party on December 14, 1911. Amundsen named his camp Polheim. Amundsens main competitor Robert Falcon Scott reached the Pole a month later. On the return trip, Scott and his party of four all died of hunger and extreme cold. There have been many expeditions to arrive at the South Pole by surface transportation. The leaders of some of the first of these are, in order: Amundsen, Scott, Hillary, Fuchs, Havola, Crary, Fiennes. US Admiral Richard Byrd on November 29, 1929 became, by the assistance of his first pilot Bernt Balchen, the first person to fly over the South Pole.


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1912 - Titanic: the maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City
08:27
SD RM English

United Kingdom, North Atlantic Ocean

1912 - Titanic: the maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City

The Titanic was the largest passenger steamship in the world at the time of her launching, and her builders hoped that she would dominate the transatlantic ocean liner business. During her maiden voyage she struck an iceberg and sank, on April 14, 1912, at 11:40 P.M. The sinking resulted in great loss of life, ranking as one of the worst peacetime maritime disasters in history, and by far the most famous.


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1912 - Titanic: the maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City
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United Kingdom, North Atlantic Ocean

1912 - Titanic: the maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City

The Titanic was the largest passenger steamship in the world at the time of her launching, and her builders hoped that she would dominate the transatlantic ocean liner business. During her maiden voyage she struck an iceberg and sank, on April 14, 1912, at 11:40 P.M. The sinking resulted in great loss of life, ranking as one of the worst peacetime maritime disasters in history, and by far the most famous.


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1912 - Titanic
09:14
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United Kingdom, North Atlantic Ocean

1912 - Titanic

1912 - Titanic:


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1930: Horserace - World's richest racing prize
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UK, London

1930: Horserace - World's richest racing prize

1930: Horserace - World's richest racing prize


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1930 - Year to remember: Shamrock V... Impresses - Sir T. Lipton's challenger
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United States

1930 - Year to remember: Shamrock V... Impresses - Sir T. Lipton's challenger

1930 - Year to remember: Shamrock V... Impresses - Sir T. Lipton's challenger


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1945 - earth -animation
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1945 - earth -animation

An animation of the earth and the year 1945.


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1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest
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Nepal, Mount Everest

1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth (as measured from sea level). The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet. In 1953, a ninth British expedition, led by John Hunt, returned to Nepal. Hunt selected two climbing pairs to attempt to reach the summit. The first pair turned back after becoming exhausted high on the mountain. The next day, the expedition made its second and final assault on the summit with its fittest and most determined climbing pair. The summit was eventually reached at 11:30 am local time on May 29, 1953 by the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay from Nepal climbing the South Col Route. At the time, both acknowledged it as a team effort by the whole expedition, but after interminable pestering, Tenzing revealed a few years later that Hillary had put his foot on the summit first. They paused at the summit to take photographs and bury a few sweets and a small cross in the snow before descending.


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1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest
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Nepal, Mount Everest

1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth (as measured from sea level). The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet. In 1953, a ninth British expedition, led by John Hunt, returned to Nepal. Hunt selected two climbing pairs to attempt to reach the summit. The first pair turned back after becoming exhausted high on the mountain. The next day, the expedition made its second and final assault on the summit with its fittest and most determined climbing pair. The summit was eventually reached at 11:30 am local time on May 29, 1953 by the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay from Nepal climbing the South Col Route. At the time, both acknowledged it as a team effort by the whole expedition, but after interminable pestering, Tenzing revealed a few years later that Hillary had put his foot on the summit first. They paused at the summit to take photographs and bury a few sweets and a small cross in the snow before descending.


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1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest
08:15
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Nepal, Mount Everest

1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth (as measured from sea level). The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet. In 1953, a ninth British expedition, led by John Hunt, returned to Nepal. Hunt selected two climbing pairs to attempt to reach the summit. The first pair turned back after becoming exhausted high on the mountain. The next day, the expedition made its second and final assault on the summit with its fittest and most determined climbing pair. The summit was eventually reached at 11:30 am local time on May 29, 1953 by the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay from Nepal climbing the South Col Route. At the time, both acknowledged it as a team effort by the whole expedition, but after interminable pestering, Tenzing revealed a few years later that Hillary had put his foot on the summit first. They paused at the summit to take photographs and bury a few sweets and a small cross in the snow before descending.


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1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest
09:11
SD RM German

Nepal, Mount Everest

1953 - The conquest: The first assault of Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth (as measured from sea level). The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet. In 1953, a ninth British expedition, led by John Hunt, returned to Nepal. Hunt selected two climbing pairs to attempt to reach the summit. The first pair turned back after becoming exhausted high on the mountain. The next day, the expedition made its second and final assault on the summit with its fittest and most determined climbing pair. The summit was eventually reached at 11:30 am local time on May 29, 1953 by the New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay from Nepal climbing the South Col Route. At the time, both acknowledged it as a team effort by the whole expedition, but after interminable pestering, Tenzing revealed a few years later that Hillary had put his foot on the summit first. They paused at the summit to take photographs and bury a few sweets and a small cross in the snow before descending.


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1985 Pacific typhoon season
01:48
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Unknown, Pacific

1985 Pacific typhoon season

1985 Pacific typhoon season


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2nd Olympics: Paris, 1900 - equestrian events, show jumping, polo
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SD RM

France, Paris

2nd Olympics: Paris, 1900 - equestrian events, show jumping, polo

The 1900 Summer Olympics, today officially known as the Games of the II Olympiad, was an international multi-sport event which was celebrated in 1900 in Paris, France. No opening or closing ceremonies were held; competitions began on May 14 and ended on October 28. The Games were held as part of the 1900 World's Fair. Over a thousand competitors took part in 19 different sports. Women took part in the games for the first time and Charlotte Cooper became the first female Olympic champion. The decision to hold competitions on a Sunday brought protests from many American athletes, who travelled as representatives of their colleges and were expected to withdraw rather than compete on their religious day of rest. At the Sorbonne conference of 1895, Baron de Coubertin proposed that the Olympic Games should take place in 1900 in Paris. The delegates to the conference were unwilling to wait six years and lobbied to hold the first games in 1896. A decision was made to hold the first Olympic Games in 1896 in Athens and that Paris would host the second celebration. Most of the winners in 1900 did not receive medals, but were given cups or trophies. Professionals competed in fencing and Albert Robert Ayat (France), who won the épée for amateurs and masters, was awarded a prize of 3000 francs. Some unusual events were contested for the only time in the history of the Games including automobile and motorcycle racing[1], ballooning[2], cricket[3], croquet[4], Basque pelota[5], 200m swimming obstacle race and underwater swimming[6].


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35 milion cubic feet of red sludge wreaks havoc in Hungary
05:58
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Hungary, Devecser

35 milion cubic feet of red sludge wreaks havoc in Hungary

Four people including two children, died after a red sludge reservoir burst its banks at an alumina plant in Hungary. 35.3 million cubic feet of highly alkaline substance flooded 6 municipalities. The red sludge is a hazardous waste, and it has corrosive effects on the skin, but is not toxic.


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5-minuten-physik-schneeflocke
02:44
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Germany

5-minuten-physik-schneeflocke

5-minuten-physik-schneeflocke:


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