1. BBC - 'Peace Lessons'

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    from Karen Chambers TV / Added

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    Five years ago, Kenya's Mount Elgon district was torn apart by brutal community conflict. Kamuneru, one of many communities affected, is rebuilding and restoring the community. A teacher was shot, many students became victims and rape and some joined the militia. A brave head teacher took on the task of re-building the school. This is his story. Feb 2012 - A BBC & Open University co-production. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldclass/17158226

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    • Glory, Glory

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      • Lincoln & Photography

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        National Portrait Gallery Curator Frank Goodyear discusses the important role that photography played in the life of Abraham Lincoln. Several important Civil War Lincoln photos are featured and discussed.

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        • Thornton Paintball - Public Game - October 14, 2012 - Civil War

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          Footage from our Civil War game during our last Public Game on Sunday, 10/14. View additional photos/videos of the event on our website: http://thpb.co/WcwTct http://www.thorntonpaintball.com

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          • Darge Dinner Theatre: "The Battle for Savage Hill - Movie Trailer 1"

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            September, 1861: Colonel Jonathon Jebediah Smog (Count Kellam) of the 2nd Texas Mounted Rifles leads a renegade collection of Confederate spies deep into Union territory. Sent on a mission to help establish a Western front early on in the war, Col. Smog is countered by Lieutenant Skyler John Archibald (Jeff S. Dodge) and a band of Union sharpshooters from the 4th New Mexico Infantry. But the game of 'Cat and Mouse' is soon derailed when a strange trapper named, Ezekiel "Tall-Tale" Stockbridge (Dan Yul East), emerges from the Coloradan forest - only to warn of a mysterious creature known to the natives as 'Eitsu' or 'Big Foot'... Featuring music from the album, "Brothers War" by Felix Culpa. Additional music by Brian Jardine and Count Kellam. "The Battle Of Savage Hill" Written, directed and produced by Jeff S. Dodge Screenings begin - March 2013 Darge Dinner Theatre - Episode II (Premiere Date: 10/31/2012)

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            • Storyboard 1 - Civil War and a Penny

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              Here is my first go at making a storyboard. This video involves a few of my favorite things: pacing, mystery and history! (actually studied history for a few years at WIU) Here we have 2 opposing North American Civil War commanders meeting, one commander(North) giving an object to other(commander of the South) Also this was before I noticed you could move the camera in After Effects(a feature I would take full advantage of in m next project).

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              • Khorog, Tajikistan

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                from twoonfourwheels.com / Added

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                “The good news is that today Tajikistan is safe, stable and scenically spectacular.” Lonely Planet, July 2007 "No-one needed to be told twice. Most people pack up immediately and leave the hotel. All ten cycle tourists left the hostel in convoy, safety in numbers. As we ride down the lane towards the main road we see three guys in cammo, definitely not military, holding massive machine guns, bullet shells cover the road. We hurriedly cycle past burnt out cars, smashed glass, blood on the road. It seems all the woman and children are fleeing the town. As we cyle we’re over taken by small buses flying make-shift white flags out of the window. Hopefully we’ll never be in a situation like this again." Read our blog entry, posted shortly after leaving Khorog – http://www.twoonfourwheels.com/archives/2014 The footage in this short film was taken over a two day period in which we were confined to our hostel in Khorog, a town in the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan. Fighting and a torrent of heavy gunfire between the Tajik military and local opposition fighters brought Khorog to a brutal stand-still. This was definitely not what we were expecting of the Pamir leg of our around the World cycle adventure. Read more about the situation on the BBC website – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-18965366 See photos that one of the guests in our hostel took on her way out of the town – http://www.bbc.co.uk/tajik/institutional/2012/07/120728_zkh_album_badakhshan_operation.shtml

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                • SC State Museum: Civil War Naval Warfare and Robert Smalls

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                  Curators of the South Carolina State Museum give us a brief tour of two new exhibits, The Civil War in South Carolina: Naval Warfare and Failed Attempts to Take Charleston and The Life and Times of Robert Smalls.

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                  • Quiet Hounds "Beacon Sun" HD OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

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                    from Sabotage Film Group / Added

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                    Director: Scott J. Lansing Music: QuietHounds Director of Photography: Nicholas Wiesnet Graphic Design- Brian Kirkner Assistant Director: Maria Layus Andersonville, or Camp Sumter as it was officially known, was the largest of several military prisons established during the Civil War. It was built in 1864 after Confederate leaders decided to move the many Union prisoners in Richmond, Virginia, to a location away from the war. Designed to hold 10,000 prisoners, the prison was soon overcrowded, holding 22,000 by June. Although the prison was enlarged, the number of prisoners continued to swell. By August 1864, more than 32,000 prisoners were confined at Andersonville. More than 45,000 Union soldiers were sent to Andersonville during the 14 months of the prison's existence. Of these, 12,912 died from disease, malnutrition, overcrowding, or exposure, buried in shallow trenches, shoulder to shoulder, in a crude cemetery near the prison. Sabotage Film Group and the Quiet Hounds took to these very grounds where so many were lost. " Beacon Sun" is an Ode to these lost souls.

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