Are there transcripts for Crash Course videos?
How to Access the Transcripts for Crash Course Videos. The first step is to open Content and click the video link. Look below the video and click the three dots. The transcripts appears to the right of the video and a highlight box appears around what is currently being said.
What does John Green say was one of the keys to the American Revolution?
So one of the keys in the American Revolution was a breakdown in respect for authority.
Why does John Green say that the Spanish American war started?
The war started out because native Cubans were revolting against Spain, which was holding on to Cuba for dear life as the remnant of a once great empire.
What was the document John Green read called?
the Mystery Document
In place, John began a segment called the Mystery Document, in which he took advatange of the United States’ relative youth (and thus the abundance of written documents) by reading aloud a document that Stan had picked for him without his knowledge; he must then guess the author.
Are Crash Course videos reliable?
Most of the Crash Course videos are very accurate. However, in an effort to simplify content, some of the Crash Course Kids videos miss the mark.
How many Crash Course world history videos are there?
To date, there are 44 main series of Crash Course, of which John has hosted nine and Hank has hosted seven. Together with Emily Graslie, they also co-hosted Big History. A second channel, Crash Course Kids, is hosted by Sabrina Cruz and has completed its first series, Science.
What industry did John Green say was among the first publicly traded corporations because they sold shares in the company to the public?
railroads were among the first publicly traded corporations. by the public.
What was the basic motivation of the Seven Years war?
The Seven Years’ War resulted from an attempt by the Austrian Habsburgs to win back the province of Silesia, which had been taken from them by Frederick the Great of Prussia. Overseas colonial struggles between Great Britain and France for control of North America and India were also a cause of the war.
How did the Spanish-American War start?
On February 15, 1898, a mysterious explosion sank the battleship USS Maine in Havana Harbor, triggering a war between the United States and Spain. The United States supported their cause, and after the Maine exploded, demanded that Spain give Cuba freedom.
What led to the Spanish-American War?
On April 21, 1898, the United States declared war against Spain. The reasons for war were many, but there were two immediate ones: America’s support the ongoing struggle by Cubans and Filipinos against Spanish rule, and the mysterious explosion of the battleship U.S.S. Maine in Havana Harbor.
What is the mystery document and who is the author?
Federalist Papers. Who was the author of the MYSTERY DOCUMENT? Tecumseh.
Who is the author of the mystery document burned down Jamestown?
This engraving, attributed to Harry C. Mann, depicts the burning of Jamestown during Bacon’s Rebellion in 1676. Bacon’s Rebellion was named after its leader, Nathaniel Bacon, who was an outspoken opponent of Governor Sir William Berkeley.