A Brief History
Hello, everyone! As today (September 23, 2023) marks the ten-year anniversary of the debut of our website in September of 2013, we are here presenting our YouTube channel’s ten most popular adaptations of our articles in their historical chronological order.
Our first video in this compilation was made as part of a collaboration on the history of women.
Our second video in this compilation was made as part of a collaboration on the history of India.
For our third video in this compilation, we leave behind ancient history and enter modern history.
For our fourth video in this compilation, we enter the nuclear age.
For our fifth video in this compilation, we explore a tragic moment in the history of sports.
Our sixth video in this compilation once again concerns modern warfare.
Our seventh video in the compilation concerns a natural disaster.
Our eighth video in this compilation showcases an amazing accomplishment for humanity.
Our ninth video in this compilation concerns a frightening aspect of flying in the twenty-first century.
Finally, our tenth video in this compilation, the most watched video on this channel, concerns a tragedy still memorable to many even twenty years later.
Question for students (and subscribers): What is your favorite video on my channel? Please let us know in the comments section below this article.
Your readership is much appreciated!
The featured image in this article is a screenshot of our YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/@HistoryandHeadlines/videos). For image, music, and other credits and attributions for components of the individual videos in this compilation, please see the descriptions of their respective videos.
I also encourage you to check out my friend Bryan’s channel on YouTube called YourParanormal (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Pvl7u-wwb1ZnZ5aT4Nzag).
You can also watch video versions of this article on YouTube.
NOTE: I thought the audio in the Blanche Monnier and Trinity Test sections of the first version of this compilation that I uploaded were too quiet compared with the other sections, so I tried to make those two segments louder for the second version to be somewhat more consistent with the rest of the compilation. As those who have been following me for a while can probably tell, I have tried different microphones and volume levels over the years.