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Q&A with Katie Pavlich

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5:58:37 AM - 6:57:35 AM
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Q&A with Katie Pavlich

Q&A

Katie Pavlich talked about her book Assault and Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women. She spoke about the political divide in the country between the right and left, and her views on the Republican Party.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 382 Views

Open Phones

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7:00:02 AM - 7:48:33 AM
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Open Phones

Call-In

News headlines were read and telephone lines were open for viewer calls on whether the U.S. should more aggressively respond to North Korean involvement in a cyberhack of Sony Pictures.

0 hours, 48 minutes | 191 Views

Keystone XL in the 114th Congress

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7:48:34 AM - 8:31:38 AM
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Keystone XL in the 114th Congress

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Elana Schor talks about the future of the Keystone XL pipeline and potential legislation regarding its approval in the 114th Congress.

0 hours, 43 minutes | 130 Views

Yochi Dreazen on The Invisible Front

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8:33:31 AM - 9:31:58 AM
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Yochi Dreazen on The Invisible Front

Call-In

Yochi Dreazen talked about his book, The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War, in which he tells the story of two brothers who died while serving with the U.S. Army, one by a roadside bomb in Iraq and the other by suicide. In his book, he explores the reaction of the Army to the two deaths and discusses the efforts made by the brothers' parents to bring awareness to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and military suicides.

This was part of a week-long series with authors who have published books in the past year.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 86 Views

Open Phones

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9:34:58 AM - 10:01:48 AM
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Open Phones

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for viewer comments and questions on a variety of current event topics.

0 hours, 26 minutes | 122 Views

Cancer Research

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10:01:30 AM - 10:02:44 AM
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Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

National Black Caucus of State Legislators

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10:05:07 AM - 11:32:31 AM
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National Black Caucus of State Legislators

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State legislators and police talked about how to reduce violence in predominantly black communities.

1 hours, 27 minutes | 25 Views

Conservative Critique of Political Messages in Pop Culture

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11:35:24 AM - 12:49:09 PM
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Conservative Critique of Political Messages in Pop Culture

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Adam Guillette talked about the Moving Picture Institute and the films it produces, which focus on conservative issues, liberty, government waste, and corruption. Mr. Guillette said that filmmaker James Cameron was more of a threat to conservative ideology than was Michael Moore.

1 hours, 13 minutes | 53 Views

Cancer Research

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12:50:13 PM - 12:51:27 PM
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12:50:13 PM - 12:51:27 PM

Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

Military Health Care System

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12:53:02 PM - 2:58:27 PM
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Military Health Care System

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Dr. Jonathan Woodson spoke about efforts to reform the U.S. military health care system. Following his remarks, panelists discussed the same issue.

2 hours, 5 minutes | 183 Views

U.N. Security Council Meeting on North Korea

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3:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
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U.N. Security Council Meeting on North Korea

United Nations

2 hours, 0 minutes | 13 Views

Special Envoys and Diplomacy

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5:00:30 PM - 6:23:07 PM
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5:00:30 PM - 6:23:07 PM

Special Envoys and Diplomacy

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Panelists talked about the use of special envoys in international areas of conflict.

1 hours, 22 minutes | 62 Views

Congressional Career of Representative Dave Camp

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6:23:37 PM - 6:54:18 PM
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Congressional Career of Representative Dave Camp

Interview

Representative Dave Camp (R-MI), who was retiring at the end of the 113th Congress, reflected on his 12 terms in the House of Representatives and his leadership of the House Ways and Means Committee.

0 hours, 30 minutes | 50 Views

Congressional Career of Representative Buck McKeon

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6:54:48 PM - 7:27:43 PM
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Congressional Career of Representative Buck McKeon

Interview

Representative Buck McKeon (R-CA), who was retiring at the end of the 113th Congress, reflected on his 11 terms in the House of Representatives and his leadership of the House Armed Services Committee.

0 hours, 32 minutes | 48 Views

Q&A with Kenneth Feinberg

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7:00:00 PM - 8:00:01 PM
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Q&A with Kenneth Feinberg

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Kenneth Feinberg was the Special Master of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. He was interviewed about his work administering the fund created by Congress for the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks. He is the author of What is Life Worth?: The Unprecedented Effort to Compensate the Victims of 9/11, published by PublicAffairs.

1 hours, 0 minutes | 404 Views

Yochi Dreazen on The Invisible Front

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7:28:03 PM - 8:26:27 PM
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7:28:03 PM - 8:26:27 PM

Yochi Dreazen on The Invisible Front

Call-In

Yochi Dreazen talked about his book, The Invisible Front: Love and Loss in an Era of Endless War, in which he tells the story of two brothers who died while serving with the U.S. Army, one by a roadside bomb in Iraq and the other by suicide. In his book, he explores the reaction of the Army to the two deaths and discusses the efforts made by the brothers' parents to bring awareness to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and military suicides.

This was part of a week-long series with authors who have published books in the past year.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 86 Views

Cancer Research

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8:00:00 PM - 9:12:08 PM
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8:00:00 PM - 9:12:08 PM

Cancer Research

Public Affairs Event

Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

1 hours, 12 minutes | 55 Views

Cancer Innovation

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9:12:08 PM - 10:13:38 PM
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Cancer Innovation

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Representative Bobby Scott (D-VA) and others talked about the future of innovation in cancer treatment.
On Capitol Hill.

1 hours, 1 minutes | 33 Views

Book Discussion on The Perfect Kill

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5:45:00 AM - 6:59:58 AM
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Book Discussion on The Perfect Kill

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Robert Baer talked about his book, The Perfect Kill: 21 Laws for Assassins, about the history of political assassinations and his own connection to them. He also talked about what goes into achieving the perfect kill. During this event held at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Mr. Baer spoke with Lowell Bergman.

1 hours, 14 minutes | 102 Views

U.S. Foreign Policy

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7:01:14 AM - 7:59:47 AM
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U.S. Foreign Policy

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“The Drift of U.S. Foreign Policy and the Challenges to Western Survival” was a panel at conference on James Burnham’s Suicide of the West: An Essay on the Meaning and Destiny of Liberalism, hosted by Yale University in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the book’s publication.

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Communicators with Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson

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8:00:35 AM - 8:29:10 AM

Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson discussed the effect of video streaming on cable, satellite, and broadcast television. They discussed the development of web-streaming content by CBS and HBO in same manner as was being done by Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Several other companies such as ESPN, Sony, and DirecTV were also experimenting with video streaming.


Mr. Moffett and Mr. Nathanson participated by remote video from New York City.

0 hours, 28 minutes | 67 Views

Ralph Nader

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8:29:10 AM - 8:31:41 AM
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Ralph Nader

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Military Health Care System

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8:32:25 AM - 10:37:50 AM
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8:32:25 AM - 10:37:50 AM

Military Health Care System

Public Affairs Event

Dr. Jonathan Woodson spoke about efforts to reform the U.S. military health care system. Following his remarks, panelists discussed the same issue.

2 hours, 5 minutes | 183 Views

Cancer Research

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10:38:12 AM - 10:39:26 AM
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10:38:12 AM - 10:39:26 AM

Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

Army Aviation Program

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10:40:18 AM - 11:43:19 AM
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Army Aviation Program

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Panelists discussed plans under the U.S. Army’s Aviation Restructure Initiative to transfer Apache attack helicopters from the National Guard to the active force to take over reconnaissance missions currently flown by the aging Kiowa Warrior helicopters. The initiative should save the army $12 billion of the amount lost to budget sequestration. 

“An Update on the Army Aviation Restructure Initiative” was a program of the Center for Strategic and International Studies.


“Sequestration,” a legal procedure in which every federal agency has the same percentage of its budget taken back in order to cut deficit spending, was part of a debt ceiling and tax increase agreement for the Budget Control Act of 2011 and began March 1, 2013.

1 hours, 3 minutes | 94 Views

Cancer Research

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11:44:01 AM - 11:45:15 AM
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Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

White House Tribal Nations Conference Morning Session

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11:47:21 AM - 12:52:04 PM
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11:47:21 AM - 12:52:04 PM

White House Tribal Nations Conference Morning Session

White House Event

Vice President Joe Biden, Attorney General Eric Holder, Interior Secretary Sally Jewell, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, HUD Secretary Julian Castro, and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx spoke at the White House Tribal Nations Conference.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 332 Views

White House Tribal Nations Conference Afternoon Session

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12:53:19 PM - 1:48:04 PM
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White House Tribal Nations Conference Afternoon Session

White House Event

0 hours, 54 minutes | 89 Views

Cancer Research

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1:48:46 PM - 1:50:00 PM
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Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

Federal Buddget and the 2016 Presidential Campaign

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1:52:06 PM - 2:58:06 PM
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Federal Buddget and the 2016 Presidential Campaign

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Former Senators Bob Kerrey (D-NE) and Jack Danforth (R-MO) talked about Congress and the federal budget. Twenty years ago both were members of a bipartisan commission examining Social Security, Medicare, and tax reform. In this forum both senators agreed that the upcoming decade would be critical and urged 2016 presidential candidates to make the the budget the top priority of their political campaigns. After the senators left, the panelists discussed their comments further.

1 hours, 6 minutes | 133 Views

Cancer Research

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2:58:48 PM - 3:00:02 PM
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Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

South Korea, China, and U.S. Relations

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3:02:30 PM - 4:31:51 PM
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South Korea, China, and U.S. Relations

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Panelists talked about the multilateral relationship between the U.S., China, and North and South Korea.

This program was part of a day-long conference hosted by the Brookings Institution, Peking University and the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies.

“Emerging Challenges to the International Order and to U.S.-China Relations” was the first panel at the conference “Shared Challenges and Cooperation for Korea, China and the U.S.” hosted by the Brookings Institution’s Center for East Asia Policy Studies with the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies and Peking University’s School of International Studies.

1 hours, 29 minutes | 183 Views

Korea and the Major Powers

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4:33:37 PM - 6:02:11 PM
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Korea and the Major Powers

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Brookings Institution senior fellows and professors from universities in Beijing and Seoul talked about South Korea’s relationship with major powers including China, Japan, North Korea and the U.S.

“Korea and the Major Powers” was the second panel at the conference “Shared Challenges and Cooperation for Korea, China and the U.S.” hosted by the Brookings Institution’s Center for East Asia Policy Studies with the Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies and Peking University’s School of International Studies.

1 hours, 28 minutes | 84 Views

Cancer Research

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6:02:53 PM - 6:04:07 PM
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Cancer Research

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Drs. Francis Collins and Ronald DePinho talked about the state of cancer research and how close a cure may be.

0 hours, 1 minutes | 55 Views

Congress and Economic Growth

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6:06:44 PM - 7:36:04 PM
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Congress and Economic Growth

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Panelists talked about U.S. economic growth, including what the 114th Congress could do to spur the economy and the potential for changes to the U.S. tax code.

“And Now for a Congressional Growth Agenda” was an event at the Heritage Foundation.

1 hours, 29 minutes | 276 Views

National Menorah Lighting Ceremony

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7:37:37 PM - 7:59:33 PM
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National Menorah Lighting Ceremony

Public Affairs Event

Vice President Joe Biden attended the 35th anniversary of the National Hanukkah Menorah lighting ceremony. The ceremony was held on the White House Ellipse.

0 hours, 21 minutes | 836 Views

Communicators with Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson

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8:00:00 PM - 8:28:35 PM

Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson discussed the effect of video streaming on cable, satellite, and broadcast television. They discussed the development of web-streaming content by CBS and HBO in same manner as was being done by Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Several other companies such as ESPN, Sony, and DirecTV were also experimenting with video streaming.


Mr. Moffett and Mr. Nathanson participated by remote video from New York City.

0 hours, 28 minutes | 67 Views

Book Discussion on Worthy Fights

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8:28:35 PM - 9:46:10 PM
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Book Discussion on Worthy Fights

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Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta talked about his book, Worthy Fights: A Memoir of Leadership in War and Peace, in which he discusses his career in public service, ranging from his years as a U.S. representative from California to his post as Secretary of Defense. During this event hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore, Mr. Panetta spoke with Mike Allen, chief White House correspondent for Politico.

1 hours, 17 minutes | 624 Views

Book Discussion on Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War

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9:46:10 PM - 10:50:12 PM
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Book Discussion on Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War

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Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates spoke about his memoir, Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War. In the book, Mr. Gates, who served as secretary of defense under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, talks about his management of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and shares stories about his relationship with the White House and Congress. Mr. Gates was interviewed by Chris Mondics and responded to questions submitted by members of the audience. This was a Town Hall program at the National Constitution Center.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 5,762 Views

Book Discussion on Stress Test

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10:50:12 PM - 11:48:45 PM
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Book Discussion on Stress Test

Public Affairs Event

Timothy Geithner talked about his book, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises, in which he discusses dealing with the 2007-2008 financial crisis as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and later as President Obama’s Treasury Secretary. During this event Mr. Geithner was interviewed by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 281 Views

Book Discussion on Worthy Fights

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11:48:45 PM - 1:06:20 AM
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Book Discussion on Worthy Fights

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Former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta talked about his book, Worthy Fights: A Memoir of Leadership in War and Peace, in which he discusses his career in public service, ranging from his years as a U.S. representative from California to his post as Secretary of Defense. During this event hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore, Mr. Panetta spoke with Mike Allen, chief White House correspondent for Politico.

1 hours, 17 minutes | 624 Views

Book Discussion on Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War

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1:06:20 AM - 2:10:22 AM
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Book Discussion on Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War

Public Affairs Event

Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates spoke about his memoir, Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War. In the book, Mr. Gates, who served as secretary of defense under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, talks about his management of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and shares stories about his relationship with the White House and Congress. Mr. Gates was interviewed by Chris Mondics and responded to questions submitted by members of the audience. This was a Town Hall program at the National Constitution Center.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 5,762 Views

Book Discussion on Stress Test

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2:10:22 AM - 3:08:55 AM
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Book Discussion on Stress Test

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Timothy Geithner talked about his book, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises, in which he discusses dealing with the 2007-2008 financial crisis as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and later as President Obama’s Treasury Secretary. During this event Mr. Geithner was interviewed by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 281 Views

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6:00:15 AM - 6:02:12 AM

American History TV in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana

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C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

Programs included in the American History TV segment were:

Amelia Earhart Collection at Purdue University
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Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan Exhibit
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Aviation and Space Exploration
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Growth of Lafayette, Indiana
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Railroad Relocation in Lafayette, Indiana
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Battle of Tippecanoe
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C-SPAN Video Library
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0 hours, 1 minutes | 53 Views

Amelia Earhart Collection at Purdue University

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6:02:12 AM - 6:29:20 AM
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Amelia Earhart Collection at Purdue University

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Sammie Morris speaks about the George Palmer Putnam Collection of Amelia Earhart Papers at Purdue University, the world’s largest collection of papers related to the American aviation pioneer. Ms. Morris showed selected items from the collection, including poems and letters, as well as an un-official prenuptial letter Ms. Earhart gave to husband, George Putnam, on their wedding day. Ms. Morris also spoke about Ms. Earhart’s time at Purdue. Ms. Earhart worked in West Lafayette as she prepared for the round-the-world flight funded by Purdue. Amelia Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan disappeared during this flight in 1937.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed.

0 hours, 27 minutes | 73 Views

Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan Exhibit

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6:29:43 AM - 6:46:56 AM
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Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan Exhibit

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Tracy Grimm gave a tour of the Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan exhibit, “Steps to the Moon,” on display in the Stewart Center at Purdue University. She talked about the items in the exhibit and explained why the Purdue University was honoring these two men. Purdue graduates Neil Armstrong and Eugene Cernan were the first and last men on the moon.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 17 minutes | 21 Views

Aviation and Space Exploration

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6:47:36 AM - 6:57:56 AM
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Aviation and Space Exploration

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John Norberg talked about the role Purdue University has played in the history of flight and aeronautical engineering in the United States. Mr. Norberg spoke about major aviation events in the country and traced them back to Purdue. The Purdue University School of Aeronautics and Astronautics was formally established in 1945. Purdue and M.I.T. have graduated more astronauts than any other non-military university in the country.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 10 minutes | 24 Views

Growth of Lafayette, Indiana

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6:58:28 AM - 7:01:03 AM
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Growth of Lafayette, Indiana

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Joe Krause talked about the importance of geography, the railroad, and the Wabash and Erie Canal to the growth of Lafayette, Indiana. In the 1840s the canal stimulated trade in Lafayette and affirmed the city’s importance to the region. In the 1850s, railroads arrived and connected Lafayette to large American cities such as Chicago and New York.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 2 minutes | 55 Views

Railroad Relocation in Lafayette, Indiana

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Railroad Relocation in Lafayette, Indiana

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Elizabeth Solberg talked about the Lafayette, Indiana, railroad relocation project. She explained what it took to get the project started, what makes the project remarkable and the importance of the bi-partisan, coordinated effort that it required. The project was a 29-year long effort to relocate two railroads that dissected downtown Lafayette. Work on the project finished in 1994 ending 142 years of train service down Main Street.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 8 minutes | 33 Views

Battle of Tippecanoe

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7:10:28 AM - 7:22:42 AM
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Battle of Tippecanoe

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Rick Conwell talked about the Battle of Tippecanoe and how it impacted westward expansion. William Henry Harrison led forces against a growing group of Native Americans living in Prophetstown, a village located in the Wabash valley. On the night of November 7, 1811, the group of native americans, led by Tecumseh and his brother Tenskwatawa, attacked U.S. forces camped outside of Prophetstown. The battle was seen as a catalyst for the War of 1812, and was used as part of a campaign slogan during William Henry Harrison’s 1840 presidential campaign.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. 

0 hours, 12 minutes | 40 Views

C-SPAN Video Library

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7:23:14 AM - 7:42:45 AM
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C-SPAN Video Library

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Robert Browning gave a tour of the C-SPAN Video Archives, which has digitally archived more than 200,000 hours of public affairs programming. He spoke about the importance of making C-SPAN’s materials available to the public, and explained the process of digitizing C-SPAN’s programming. The archive created the C-SPAN Video Library, which won the Peabody Award in 2010. The archive is located in West Lafayette, Indiana.

C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2014 LCV Cities Tour” in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, from November 16-20 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast cable local affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 19 minutes | 59 Views

1950 Film Cuba: The Land and the People

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7:44:35 AM - 7:55:22 AM
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1950 Film Cuba: The Land and the People

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This 1950 educational film designed for the classroom surveyed the history, culture, economy, and geography of Cuba using maps, and a bus journey from one end of the island to the other.

0 hours, 10 minutes | 18 Views

Octagon Museum and the Treaty of Ghent

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7:55:40 AM - 7:59:18 AM
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Octagon Museum and the Treaty of Ghent

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American History TV visited the Octagon Museum near the White House to mark the 200th anniversary of the December 24, 1814, signing of the Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812. A group of officials visited from Belgium, the neutral negotiating nation, to plant symbolic Treaty of Ghent rose bushes. The group also toured the National Historic Landmark that became President Madison’s Executive Mansion after the British burned the original Executive Mansion in August of 1814.

0 hours, 3 minutes | 56 Views

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

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8:01:43 AM - 8:19:52 AM
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8:01:43 AM - 8:19:52 AM

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

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As part of the introduction to a symposium on the World War I centennial, professor Maura Hametz spoke about the historical background of World War I and scenes were shown of a color guard ceremony.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 18 minutes | 7 Views

Royal Countdown to War

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8:21:10 AM - 9:14:27 AM
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8:21:10 AM - 9:14:27 AM

Royal Countdown to War

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Catrine Clay talked about the relationships among royal cousins George V of England, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and Nicholas II of Russia on the eve of World War I.

This talk was part of a symposium marking the centennial of World War I, hosted by the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 24 Views

1914 Battle of the Marne

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9:16:21 AM - 10:04:38 AM
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9:16:21 AM - 10:04:38 AM

1914 Battle of the Marne

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Holger Herwig, author of The Marne, 1914: The Opening of World War I and the Battle That Changed the World, talked about how the battle prevented a quick German victory. He also spoke about French tenacity in the face of early losses and the differening command styles of the military leaders. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 48 minutes | 10 Views

Catastrophe of World War I

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10:08:46 AM - 11:02:14 AM
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10:08:46 AM - 11:02:14 AM

Catastrophe of World War I

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Sean McMeekin, author of July 1914: Countdown to War, talked about the events that led up to World War I and how things might have turned out differently. He argued against the idea that an arms race between Germany and Britain provoked war, instead describing a series of decisions made by heads of state that had a domino effect.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 51 Views

Japan During World War I

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11:04:50 AM - 11:56:30 AM
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11:04:50 AM - 11:56:30 AM

Japan During World War I

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Frederick Dickinson, author of World War I and the Triumph of a New Japan, 1919-1930, talked about Japan’s military involvement and rise as a global power during World War I. He described Japan as one of the few countries pulled into the conflict as an ally rather than because of a colonial relationship. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 51 minutes | 2 Views

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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11:59:14 AM - 1:01:39 PM
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11:59:14 AM - 1:01:39 PM

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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Mark Stout talked about the history of espionage during World War I. He focused on four American agencies that participated in spying: the Navy Department, the War Department, the State Department, and the Expeditionary forces abroad, including the U.S. Army. The Kansas City Public Library and the Truman Library Institute co-hosted this event.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 384 Views

U.S. Navy in World War I

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1:02:51 PM - 1:32:45 PM
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1:02:51 PM - 1:32:45 PM

U.S. Navy in World War I

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Lee Craig, author of Josephus Daniels: His Life and Times, talked about the World War I secretary of the Navy and the U.S. Navy’s wartime role. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

Professor Craig was interviewed by remote video while he attended the MacArthur Memorial’s 2014 World War I Centennial Symposium, held in partnership with the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the Old Dominion University Department of History November 14-15 in the MacArthur Memorial Visitors Center in downtown Norfolk, Virginia.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 77 Views

World War I Images

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1:33:33 PM - 2:00:00 PM
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World War I Images

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Robert Enholm and Stephanie Dagherty toured the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C., and highlighted its exhibit featuring a Brown University collection of World War I paintings and other art works that were among those helping to shape public opinion before America entered the war.

0 hours, 26 minutes | 359 Views

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

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2:00:51 PM - 2:19:00 PM
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2:00:51 PM - 2:19:00 PM

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

Public Affairs Event

As part of the introduction to a symposium on the World War I centennial, professor Maura Hametz spoke about the historical background of World War I and scenes were shown of a color guard ceremony.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 18 minutes | 7 Views

Royal Countdown to War

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2:21:41 PM - 3:14:58 PM
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2:21:41 PM - 3:14:58 PM

Royal Countdown to War

Public Affairs Event

Catrine Clay talked about the relationships among royal cousins George V of England, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and Nicholas II of Russia on the eve of World War I.

This talk was part of a symposium marking the centennial of World War I, hosted by the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 24 Views

1914 Battle of the Marne

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3:16:21 PM - 4:04:38 PM
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3:16:21 PM - 4:04:38 PM

1914 Battle of the Marne

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Holger Herwig, author of The Marne, 1914: The Opening of World War I and the Battle That Changed the World, talked about how the battle prevented a quick German victory. He also spoke about French tenacity in the face of early losses and the differening command styles of the military leaders. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 48 minutes | 10 Views

Catastrophe of World War I

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4:07:22 PM - 5:00:50 PM
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4:07:22 PM - 5:00:50 PM

Catastrophe of World War I

Public Affairs Event

Sean McMeekin, author of July 1914: Countdown to War, talked about the events that led up to World War I and how things might have turned out differently. He argued against the idea that an arms race between Germany and Britain provoked war, instead describing a series of decisions made by heads of state that had a domino effect.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 51 Views

Japan During World War I

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5:03:26 PM - 5:55:06 PM
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5:03:26 PM - 5:55:06 PM

Japan During World War I

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Frederick Dickinson, author of World War I and the Triumph of a New Japan, 1919-1930, talked about Japan’s military involvement and rise as a global power during World War I. He described Japan as one of the few countries pulled into the conflict as an ally rather than because of a colonial relationship. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 51 minutes | 2 Views

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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5:57:50 PM - 7:00:15 PM
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5:57:50 PM - 7:00:15 PM

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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Mark Stout talked about the history of espionage during World War I. He focused on four American agencies that participated in spying: the Navy Department, the War Department, the State Department, and the Expeditionary forces abroad, including the U.S. Army. The Kansas City Public Library and the Truman Library Institute co-hosted this event.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 384 Views

U.S. Navy in World War I

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7:02:50 PM - 7:32:44 PM
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7:02:50 PM - 7:32:44 PM

U.S. Navy in World War I

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Lee Craig, author of Josephus Daniels: His Life and Times, talked about the World War I secretary of the Navy and the U.S. Navy’s wartime role. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

Professor Craig was interviewed by remote video while he attended the MacArthur Memorial’s 2014 World War I Centennial Symposium, held in partnership with the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the Old Dominion University Department of History November 14-15 in the MacArthur Memorial Visitors Center in downtown Norfolk, Virginia.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 77 Views

World War I Images

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7:33:33 PM - 8:00:00 PM
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7:33:33 PM - 8:00:00 PM

World War I Images

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Robert Enholm and Stephanie Dagherty toured the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C., and highlighted its exhibit featuring a Brown University collection of World War I paintings and other art works that were among those helping to shape public opinion before America entered the war.

0 hours, 26 minutes | 359 Views

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

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8:00:51 PM - 8:19:00 PM
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8:00:51 PM - 8:19:00 PM

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

Public Affairs Event

As part of the introduction to a symposium on the World War I centennial, professor Maura Hametz spoke about the historical background of World War I and scenes were shown of a color guard ceremony.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 18 minutes | 7 Views

Royal Countdown to War

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8:21:41 PM - 9:14:58 PM
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8:21:41 PM - 9:14:58 PM

Royal Countdown to War

Public Affairs Event

Catrine Clay talked about the relationships among royal cousins George V of England, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and Nicholas II of Russia on the eve of World War I.

This talk was part of a symposium marking the centennial of World War I, hosted by the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 24 Views

1914 Battle of the Marne

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9:16:21 PM - 10:04:38 PM
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9:16:21 PM - 10:04:38 PM

1914 Battle of the Marne

Public Affairs Event

Holger Herwig, author of The Marne, 1914: The Opening of World War I and the Battle That Changed the World, talked about how the battle prevented a quick German victory. He also spoke about French tenacity in the face of early losses and the differening command styles of the military leaders. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 48 minutes | 10 Views

Catastrophe of World War I

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10:07:22 PM - 11:00:50 PM
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10:07:22 PM - 11:00:50 PM

Catastrophe of World War I

Public Affairs Event

Sean McMeekin, author of July 1914: Countdown to War, talked about the events that led up to World War I and how things might have turned out differently. He argued against the idea that an arms race between Germany and Britain provoked war, instead describing a series of decisions made by heads of state that had a domino effect.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 51 Views

Japan During World War I

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11:03:26 PM - 11:55:06 PM
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11:03:26 PM - 11:55:06 PM

Japan During World War I

Public Affairs Event

Frederick Dickinson, author of World War I and the Triumph of a New Japan, 1919-1930, talked about Japan’s military involvement and rise as a global power during World War I. He described Japan as one of the few countries pulled into the conflict as an ally rather than because of a colonial relationship. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 51 minutes | 2 Views

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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11:57:50 PM - 1:00:15 AM
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11:57:50 PM - 1:00:15 AM

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

Public Affairs Event

Mark Stout talked about the history of espionage during World War I. He focused on four American agencies that participated in spying: the Navy Department, the War Department, the State Department, and the Expeditionary forces abroad, including the U.S. Army. The Kansas City Public Library and the Truman Library Institute co-hosted this event.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 384 Views

U.S. Navy in World War I

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1:02:50 AM - 1:32:44 AM
Close

1:02:50 AM - 1:32:44 AM

U.S. Navy in World War I

Call-In

Lee Craig, author of Josephus Daniels: His Life and Times, talked about the World War I secretary of the Navy and the U.S. Navy’s wartime role. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.

Professor Craig was interviewed by remote video while he attended the MacArthur Memorial’s 2014 World War I Centennial Symposium, held in partnership with the Hampton Roads Naval Museum and the Old Dominion University Department of History November 14-15 in the MacArthur Memorial Visitors Center in downtown Norfolk, Virginia.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 77 Views

World War I Images

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1:33:33 AM - 2:00:00 AM
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1:33:33 AM - 2:00:00 AM

World War I Images

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Robert Enholm and Stephanie Dagherty toured the President Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C., and highlighted its exhibit featuring a Brown University collection of World War I paintings and other art works that were among those helping to shape public opinion before America entered the war.

0 hours, 26 minutes | 359 Views

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

Airing Time:

2:00:51 AM - 2:19:00 AM
Close

2:00:51 AM - 2:19:00 AM

World War I Centennial Symposium, Introduction

Public Affairs Event

As part of the introduction to a symposium on the World War I centennial, professor Maura Hametz spoke about the historical background of World War I and scenes were shown of a color guard ceremony.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 18 minutes | 7 Views

Royal Countdown to War

Airing Time:

2:21:41 AM - 3:14:58 AM
Close

2:21:41 AM - 3:14:58 AM

Royal Countdown to War

Public Affairs Event

Catrine Clay talked about the relationships among royal cousins George V of England, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and Nicholas II of Russia on the eve of World War I.

This talk was part of a symposium marking the centennial of World War I, hosted by the MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 24 Views

1914 Battle of the Marne

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3:16:21 AM - 4:04:38 AM
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3:16:21 AM - 4:04:38 AM

1914 Battle of the Marne

Public Affairs Event

Holger Herwig, author of The Marne, 1914: The Opening of World War I and the Battle That Changed the World, talked about how the battle prevented a quick German victory. He also spoke about French tenacity in the face of early losses and the differening command styles of the military leaders. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 48 minutes | 10 Views

Catastrophe of World War I

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4:07:22 AM - 5:00:50 AM
Close

4:07:22 AM - 5:00:50 AM

Catastrophe of World War I

Public Affairs Event

Sean McMeekin, author of July 1914: Countdown to War, talked about the events that led up to World War I and how things might have turned out differently. He argued against the idea that an arms race between Germany and Britain provoked war, instead describing a series of decisions made by heads of state that had a domino effect.

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 51 Views

Japan During World War I

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5:03:26 AM - 5:55:06 AM
Close

5:03:26 AM - 5:55:06 AM

Japan During World War I

Public Affairs Event

Frederick Dickinson, author of World War I and the Triumph of a New Japan, 1919-1930, talked about Japan’s military involvement and rise as a global power during World War I. He described Japan as one of the few countries pulled into the conflict as an ally rather than because of a colonial relationship. 

The MacArthur Memorial in Norfolk, Virginia, Hampton Roads Naval Museum, and Old Dominion University hosted symposium marking the centennial of World War I.

0 hours, 51 minutes | 2 Views

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

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5:57:50 AM - 7:00:15 AM

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5:57:50 AM - 7:00:15 AM

Intelligence and Espionage During World War I

Public Affairs Event

Mark Stout talked about the history of espionage during World War I. He focused on four American agencies that participated in spying: the Navy Department, the War Department, the State Department, and the Expeditionary forces abroad, including the U.S. Army. The Kansas City Public Library and the Truman Library Institute co-hosted this event.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 384 Views