A Brief History
Napoleon once said, “My success and everything good that I have done, I owe to my mother.” Today, I wish my and all of the other great mothers out there a Happy Mother’s Day, and I also want to give you a brief update about this site’s YouTube channel.
First, I have on my site a “Schedule of Video Adaptations of Our Articles.” You should notice that I am going to be shifting slightly from my current upload pattern. I plan to continue having my usual new video for the first Tuesdays of each month on my channel but for the last week of the month, I will, instead of posting a new video on my channel, be making a video exclusively for Armchair History TV. I have already made two videos for that site that you can view by signing up with a membership.
Second, I am also making some guest appearances on another YouTube Channel named the “Study of Antiquity and the Middle Ages.” I already appeared in a video called “Were the Nazis Socialists? Historians DEBUNK and EXPLAIN” and will next appear in one about the “Lost Cause of the Confederacy.”
Finally, I once again want to say thank you to all of the marvelous mothers out there for what they do for all of us! Question for students (and subscribers): What is your favorite thing that your mother ever did for you? Also, do you have any fun plans for Mother’s Day? Please let us know in the comments section below this article!
Your readership is much appreciated!
For more information, please see…
Ciampa, Matt, Rob Ciampa, Theresa Go, and Rich Murphy. YouTube Channels For Dummies, 2nd Edition. For Dummies, 2020.
Tuccillo, Phillip. Here’s The Real History Of Mother’s Day: Definition, Symbols, History: Mother’s Day Book. Independently published, 2021.
You can also watch a video version of this article on YouTube.