WW2 in South-East Asia | Battle of Borneo (1941-1942)

WW2 in South-East Asia | Battle of Borneo (1941-1942)

The island of Borneo is a land of primeval jungle. The coasts are fringed with mangrove and swamp, and over nine-tenths of the interior is covered with thick evergreen forests. In 1941 the population was small – that of the whole island was estimated at less than three million – and there were less than a dozen settlements large enough

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The Ship that escaped capture disguised as a tropical island

Guys, a big thank you to World of Warships for sponsoring this episode. We’ve been playing it all day, and we’re hooked. The game is free-to-play and referred to as the “thinking man’s action game” because it’s the perfect balance of action and strategy. You can command a massive naval fleet featuring some of history’s most iconic war vessels. In

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Kenya mall attack survivor describes harrowing escape

Kenya mall attack survivor describes harrowing escape

MILITANTS STORMED THE MALL. I SPOKE TO HER, HER MOM AND SISTER. TELL ME ABOUT WHAT YOU FIRST REALIZED SOMETHING WRONG WAS HAPPENING TO THE MALL. >>I WAS AT THE TENT AREA OF THE CHILDREN’S COOKING COMPETITION. I WAS WITH THE JUDGES, AND WE JUST HEARD A LOT OF SCREAMING AND PEOPLE RUNNING OUTSIDE OF THE MALL ONTO THE ROOFTOP

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Tsunami Stories: Mohamed Yoosuf, Maldives

Tsunami Stories: Mohamed Yoosuf, Maldives

I suddenly saw the water on the horizon being whipped up violently. I had no idea what was going on. The sea flooded in so quickly. At that point I heard an extremely loud noise. It sounded like the crunch of dried leaves when you step on them. It was really unusual. And when I looked properly, the water had

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The Incredible Hulk Coaster – First Time Reactions – Universal’s Islands of Adventure (2017)

We’re here before the parks open to give these teens their very first experience in riding The Incredible Hulk coaster. I mean nothing says “Good Morning” like going 60 miles per hour at 6 in the morning. [Hulk screams] I was so nervous Deep breaths, deep breaths [laugh] She’s shaking a lot I’m like excited, I’m like [laugh, laugh] And

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LYOS.TV | Chapter 10 | Exploring Borneo

Adding Years can Depress you… Or can Inspire you… Amazing! I think this is the cave… the biggest one I have been to Well, after the Basement of Swallows It´s very hard… very hard to beat that one And see this Here are like reddish tones and in the Basement are like greens Well, I was when by now… I

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Henry Golding’s Final Challenge | Surviving Borneo (7/8)

Henry Golding’s Final Challenge | Surviving Borneo (7/8)

After dipping the needle in ink, Ernesto uses a tapping technique. You ready? Let’s go. Point of no return. To repeatedly drive the needle through the outer skin. This is to insert the ink under the thick layer of living tissue called the dermis. This ensures the tattoo remains permanent. Yeah, I can feel that burning. Can you feel kakai

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Why I play for Peninsula Symphony – Julia Adams (Violist)

Why I play for Peninsula Symphony – Julia Adams (Violist)

My name is Julia Adams, I’m 29 years old and I’m violist with the Peninsula Symphony. I’m originally from Seattle, Washington but about five years ago, my husband was matched to a medical residency in the Bay Area. I was previously principal violist of the Seattle Philharmonic, so when we moved down here I was looking for a musical opportunity

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The Military History of Mōkapu Peninsula

The Military History of Mōkapu Peninsula

aloha my name is major day for a doctor and the environmental director for marine corps baseline record has a history that steeped in tradition nast marines we’re committed to our our past and those who came before us here marine corps baseline we strive to reserve our history by respecting in caring for our historic properties of the woodwork

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