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1900, End and beginning of a century: salon and clubs - social life
00:09
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Europe

1900, End and beginning of a century: salon and clubs - social life

End and beginning of a century: salon and clubs - social life


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1900, End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin
00:19
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin

End and beginning of a century: Advertisements in newspapers - chocolate, cigars, car, michelin


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1900, End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, metallurgy
00:13
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, metallurgy

End and beginning of a century: factory, aerial photo, workers


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1900, End and beginning of a century: water running shoes
00:13
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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: airplane crash into water
00:18
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: airplane crash into water

End and beginning of a century: airplane crash into water


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1900, End and beginning of a century: Otto von Lilienthal flies
00:17
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Germany

1900, End and beginning of a century: Otto von Lilienthal flies

End and beginning of a century:Otto von Lilienthal flies


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1903 - first powered flight of the Wright Brothers
08:17
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United States, Kitty Hawk

1903 - first powered flight of the Wright Brothers

Humanity's first powered flight takes place on December 17th, 1903 as the American Orville Wright takes to the skies in his self-made engine-powered airplane. Though the flight does not last long, at only 12 seconds, it nonetheless represents one of the greatest achievements in the history of mankind.


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1903 - first powered flight of the Wright Brothers
08:15
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United States, Kitty Hawk

1903 - first powered flight of the Wright Brothers

Humanity's first powered flight takes place on December 17th, 1903 as the American Orville Wright takes to the skies in his self-made engine-powered airplane. Though the flight does not last long, at only 12 seconds, it nonetheless represents one of the greatest achievements in the history of mankind.


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1911 - South Pole expedition: Amundsen reaches the South Pole, Antarktis and Scott dies
08:20
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Antarctica, South Pole

1911 - South Pole expedition: 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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1911 - South Pole expedition - new: Amundsen reaches the South Pole, Antarktis and Scott dies
08:13
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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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1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun
08:15
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Egypt, Cairo

1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun

On November 26: The Excavation of Tutankhamun, 1922, archaeologists Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered the tomb of the boy Pharaoh Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings. This proved to be one of the most valuable finds of historical importance, uncovering a veritable treasure-trove of relics and artifacts from ancient Egypt.


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1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun
08:09
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Egypt, Cairo

1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun

On November 26: The Excavation of Tutankhamun, 1922, archaeologists Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered the tomb of the boy Pharaoh Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings. This proved to be one of the most valuable finds of historical importance, uncovering a veritable treasure-trove of relics and artifacts from ancient Egypt.


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1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun
09:06
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Egypt, Cairo

1922 - The Excavation of Tutankhamun: Howard Carter discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun

On November 26: The Excavation of Tutankhamun, 1922, archaeologists Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered the tomb of the boy Pharaoh Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings. This proved to be one of the most valuable finds of historical importance, uncovering a veritable treasure-trove of relics and artifacts from ancient Egypt.


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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
08:15
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United States, Hollywood

1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.


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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
08:13
SD RM Russian

United States, Hollywood

1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.


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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
08:15
SD RM master

United States, Hollywood

1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.


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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
09:12
SD RM German

United States, Hollywood

1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.


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1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood
08:15
SD RM English

United States, Hollywood

1925 - The Gold Rush: Charlie Chaplin in Hollywood

The Gold Rush is a 1925 silent film comedy written, directed, and starring Charlie Chaplin in his Little Tramp role. He goes to the Klondike in order to find gold, and falls in love. It also stars Mack Swain, Tom Murray, Henry Bergman, Malcolm Waite and Georgia Hale. One famous scene shows the Little Tramp starving and having to eat his boot; another famous scene shows a house sliding off a cliff in the snow with Chaplin inside. The movie was originally released before the invention of sound film. For the 1942 re-release, Chaplin composed and recorded a musical score and narration and tightened the editing. One sequence is altered so that instead of the Tramp finding a note from Georgia Hale”s character, which he mistakenly believes is for him, he actually receives the note from her. Another major alteration is the ending, in which the now-wealthy Tramp originally gave Georgia a lingering kiss; the sound version ends before this scene. Since the film was originally shot at 18 frames per second, the sound version, shown at 24 frames per second, is both shorter and faster than the original silent screenings. This has the side effect of making Chaplin”s slapstick routines appear more frantic than before, a fact that probably influenced Chaplin”s decision to shoot Modern Times at silent speed. The Gold Rush is the 5th highest grossing silent film in cinema history, taking in more than $4,250,000 at the box office in 1925. The film has been selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry.


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1926 - Josephine Baker: The black Venus
08:24
SD RM English

France, Paris

1926 - Josephine Baker: The black Venus

On October 2, 1925, she opened in Paris at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, where she became an instant success for her erotic dancing and for appearing practically nude on stage. After a successful tour of Europe, she reneged on her contract and returned to France to star at the Folies Bergères, setting the standard for her future acts. She performed the Danse sauvage, wearing a costume consisting of a skirt made of a string of artificial bananas. Baker's success coincided (1925) with the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, which gave birth to the term "Art Deco", and also with a renewal of interest in ethnic forms of art, including African. Baker represented one aspect of this fashion. In later shows in Paris she was often accompanied on stage by her pet cheetah, Chiquita, who was adorned with a diamond collar. The cheetah frequently escaped into the orchestra pit, where it terrorized the musicians, adding another element of excitement to the show.


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1926 - Josephine Baker: The black Venus
08:18
SD RM master

France, Paris

1926 - Josephine Baker: The black Venus

On October 2, 1925, she opened in Paris at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, where she became an instant success for her erotic dancing and for appearing practically nude on stage. After a successful tour of Europe, she reneged on her contract and returned to France to star at the Folies Bergères, setting the standard for her future acts. She performed the Danse sauvage, wearing a costume consisting of a skirt made of a string of artificial bananas. Baker's success coincided (1925) with the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs, which gave birth to the term "Art Deco", and also with a renewal of interest in ethnic forms of art, including African. Baker represented one aspect of this fashion. In later shows in Paris she was often accompanied on stage by her pet cheetah, Chiquita, who was adorned with a diamond collar. The cheetah frequently escaped into the orchestra pit, where it terrorized the musicians, adding another element of excitement to the show.


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