Daily Archives: January 19, 2020

West African Resistance: The Military Response to Colonial Occupation: Michael Crowder


  • Publisher: ‎ Holmes & Meier Pub; 1st Edition (June 1, 1971)
  • Language: ‎ English
  • Hardcover: ‎ 314 pages
  • ISBN-10: ‎ 0841900493
  • ISBN-13: ‎ 978-0841900493
  • Item Weight: ‎ 1.3 pounds

Evolution of the United States

Ollie Bye

Jan 20, 2015

History of the United States from gaining official independence from Britain to modern times.

The history of the Netherlands, every year

Lyria Mapping
Apr 12, 2017

See the history of the Netherlands, from 2000 BC to now. Please note that the coastline from 500BC to 1000AD is not entirely correct. Locations of tribes before 500AD are mostly estimates. -Lyria Mapping

Africa Population History & Projection by Map – UN (1950~2100) based 2019


Oct 4, 2019

The “Woraph” is a compound word and is formed from “World” and “Graph”. I will show every stats data in the World using various graphs to understand easily and funny.

07 Peter Wadhams What to do with billions of tonnes of carbon?

Nick Breeze

Jan 19, 2020

Visit: https://envisionation.co.uk Professor Peter Wadhams is a polar researcher and author of the acclaimed and award winning, ‘A Farewell To Ice’, formerly the director of the Scott Polar Institute.

China reports 17 more cases of new virus strain

FRANCE 24 English

Jan 19, 2020

China reported 17 more cases of pneumonia caused by a new coronavirus strain on Sunday, stoking worries as the country gears up to celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year when much of the population travels.

Why Isn’t The Media Warning About Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria And What Would A World Without Anti-

The Real Truth About Health

Jan 19, 2020

Why Isn’t The Media Warning About Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria And What Would A World Without Antibiotics Be Like? How Do We Prevent This?

“What are Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria and Why Should you Care?

David Wallinga, the Food Dr., is a physician who’s spent his career advocating for environments and food supplies that support Americans’ health, rather than eroding them. He’s here today to talk about what most experts agree is one of today’s greatest threats to American’s health – the worsening epidemic of drug-resistant superbugs, and how the senseless overuse of precious antibiotics in producing conventional meats are helping render those antibiotics ineffective for you, your grandkids and for generations to come.

Dr. Wallinga currently is Senior Health Officer at the Natural Resources Defense Council. He also is co-founder of Healthy Food Action. He holds a Masters from Princeton University, and a medical degree from the University of Minnesota. You can read more about his work at https://www.nrdc.org/experts/david-wa

You can read more about his work at https://www.nrdc.org/experts/david-wa…

David Horowitz, “Mortality and Faith”


Jan 19, 2020

David Horowitz talked about his book, Mortality and Faith: Reflections on a Journey through Time, in which he discussed his life as a political activist, first as a 60’s radical, then as a conservative, and his religious faith. Watch it online at: https://cs.pn/367HsE9

The Penguin Atlas of African History: Revised Edition: Colin McEvedy

This invaluable reference work provides an account of the development of African society from 175 million years ago, through the first appearance of humans to the complex polity of the twentieth century. Colin McEvedy tracks the development of modern man, the differentiation and spread of languages, the first crossings of the Sahara, the exploration of the Niger, and the search for the ‘fountains of the Nile’. Gold and ivory lure traders from far away; Christendom and Islam compete for African attention. Names from the distant past become nation-states with aspirations appropriate to the modern world. With sixty maps and a clear, concise text, this synthesis is especially useful to African studies and history teachers, but is also a fascinating guide for the general reader.

Press conference by Greta Thunberg Luisa Neubauer

Nick Breeze

Dec 9, 2019

Greta Thunberg and Luisa Neubauer lead a panel of indigenous peoples who tell of the suffering they are experiencing already from climate impacts as a result of carbon emissions that largely come from developed countries.