Tag: history

Best Achievements of Mankind in 2019 (English Subtitles)

Year 2019 has ended and world has entered the year 2020 after New Year celebrations. Saying Goodbyes to the year ended and welcomed to the year which has just arrived. It is an old tradition. Arrival of days and nights, seasonal changes, these all are part of system created by nature itself and running since […]

The Birth of Mankind 1540 | Book History

Today there are so many books available on pregnancy, childbirth, and newborn care that expectant parents can feel paralyzed by choice. In Tudor-era England there weren’t any options until 1540 and the publication of the Birth of Mankind. In this video, I’m gonna introduce you to the book and we’re gonna get a bit [sexy […]

How Old Are We? Lost History of Humanities Origins – Full Documentary 2020

in 2014, archaeologist JR Bogart or to the world’s attention the rock paintings at Jarama Johari skog he argues that they depict a UFO along with a suited and helmeted figure in these paintings were see a being with three fingers and a classic alien gray shaped head and eyes Jaya Bogart said the findings […]

The Guillotine – Worst Punishments in the History of Mankind

During your time viewing videos from The Infographics Show, you may have come across some of the worst punishments humans have ever devised. Torture has been used throughout history to punish criminals, make enemies talk, or just for fun by insane despots. But what if you were sentenced to death using a form of punishment […]

Boiling Alive – Worst Punishments in the History of Mankind

It’s the 16th century in England and you are the cook at the house of a nobleman. That wealthy man has invited a lot of his friends around for dinner and you are responsible for preparing it. The elite at this time are incredibly cautious when it comes to eating, and often food-tasters are employed. […]

Most Evil Man – Joseph Stalin

His name meant The Man of Steel, making him the original Superman- if Superman fought for the Legion of Doom instead of the Justice League. He helped spur the revolution against Russia’s Tsarist dictators, championing the cause of the common man. His dream was to create a state where everybody had access to the means […]

2011 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities with Drew Gilpin Faust

Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Honorable Jim Leach. Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of the National Endowment for the Humanities, it is my honor to welcome you to the 40th Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities. We are appreciative of those who have helped defray the […]

Keelhauling Pirate Torture – Worst Punishments in the History of Mankind

Back during the ancient world and the Middle Ages the ship represented the pinnacle of the military. The ship was a sacred thing, and as time went by it was those who ruled the waves that became the most powerful nations. But during The Age of Discovery when ships were discovering new worlds and crossing […]

The Blood Eagle – Worst Punishments in the History of Mankind

Try and put yourself in this position for a moment. You’re a king in 9th century medieval England and you’ve been attacked and overrun by rather fearsome Viking hordes who’ve made the trip to kill and pillage, in that order. You’ve been told you’re going to be executed, and so you wait in some kind […]