Video Blog Introduction

Note: this is an ongoing VIDEO Journal | Blog on interesting topic in history.  I am constantly adding to, and changing this web site along with the other four video web sites listed in the sidebar.  There will be  over 100 hours of informative videos on this web site alone.  The videos are intriguing, fascinating and help put everything in to perspective.   Keep checking back for new videos, added text, articles, and additional resources.    Here is a sample.

new-buttonCheck out the new videos on the "TV Channel" menu under "National Geographic". These are great quality and really fascinating and fun to watch (maybe even educational).

working I just started this video blog.  I have moved some sections | menus over here, but if you want more complete web sites go to one of the links that are in the side bar.  I'm currently updating so come on over and join me.

[Insert Introduction here]

These videos have a lot of good and valuable information, and the people involved in making them should get the recognition that they deserve.

I am trying to be as impartial as I can be only presenting good quality videos with good information.

Notice: I noticed that some of the videos don't necessarily start up right away, or sometimes the longer videos  can jump back to the beginning. If this happens to you just click on the progress bar a little further along, or where you want to start up from, and hit the play button again.

Each video is accompanied by a legend:
[g=how well the topic is represented, v=video quality, a=audio quality, l=hh:mm:ss]

Thanks for your understanding.

Notice: If you don't find the video you want by browsing, try the Site Map, or better yet try the Search box. Use non-plural words that best describes what you want to find, i.e. you want to find videos on crystal skulls or Skull & Bones.  Type "crystal" or "skull" or "bone"  (without the quote marks) into the Search box. See what you find.  You might be surprised.

02.10.2011. 07:16


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