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Old July 4th, 2017, 08:15 AM   #11

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I think this is great and hope you continue pursuing this. While the video doesn't go into more detail, no one medium can or should teach someone everything about a topic. Timelining similar to your videos IMO is the best way to start learning history and to establish a basic historical understanding. What people choose to do with that foundation is up to them. In our society giving many people a short simple explanation of events will still leave them with a far better understanding of a topic than no explanation at all(then again I'm speaking from my experience in the US, in Italy and Europe the average person might have that basic understanding). Think it would be helpful to put your videos in chronological order though so people could begin connecting the dots. No greater feeling in history IMO then connecting the dots from one period to the next and thinking "oh that's why that happened".
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Thank you very much EmperoroftheBavarians43 for the feedback and encouragement. I enjoy making theses videos and will continue making them.
In my YouTube Channel I have put the videos in a chronological order in the following lists:

1- From Sumer to Alexander the Great
2- From Rome to Theodoric the Great
3- From Gaul to fall of Constantinople

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Nice job! An impressive collection of videos in just 3 months.

I created a YouTube channel too, about History and Maps (check it out: ).

Do you see teachers or students using your videos? Wondering the kind of impact to expect.
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Also, it seems I cannot post the link of a YouTube channel on this forum, just videos, is that correct?
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