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The United Nations: History and Functions
Founded in 1945, this international organization is committed to world peace and safety, as well economic development and social advancement. WatchMojo learns about the history and functions of the United Nations.

The United Nations: History and Functions
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The United Nations: History and Functions

in: Politics and History, 20th century, african history, american history, asian history, european history, ww2February 21, 2011The United Nations: History and Functions
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Founded in 1945, this international organization is committed to world peace and safety, as well economic development and social advancement. WatchMojo learns about the history and functions of the United Nations. PLAY VIDEO

Malcolm X: Life and Death

in: Politics and History, 20th centuryFebruary 16, 2011Malcolm X: Life and Death
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
He is known as one of the most influential and controversial proponents of African American rights. WatchMojo learns more about the life, accomplishments and assassination of Malcolm X. PLAY VIDEO

Ronald Reagan: Life and Death of a President

in: Politics and History, 20th century, american history, american presidents, biographiesFebruary 2, 2011Ronald Reagan: Life and Death of a President
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
He was nicknamed The Gipper, Teflon Ron and The Great Communicator. WatchMojo learns more about the life and accomplishments of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan. PLAY VIDEO

Martin Luther King Jr: Life and Death

in: Politics and History, 20th century, biographiesJanuary 11, 2011Martin Luther King Jr: Life and Death
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
He is an iconic figure in the history of African American civil rights. WatchMojo learns more about the life, accomplishments and assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. PLAY VIDEO

Year in Review: 2010

in: Politics and History, 21st centuryDecember 22, 2010Year in Review: 2010
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
2010 has been a busy year, full of natural disasters, political minefields, triumphs and tragedies. WatchMojo recaps the year that was: 2010. PLAY VIDEO

How Billionaires Ruin Democracy

in: Business and Technology, author interviewsDecember 13, 2010How Billionaires Ruin Democracy
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
WatchMojo chats with journalist Linda McQuaig about her book "The Trouble with Billionaires," as well as how having super-rich in society undermines democracy, and why philanthropy isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. PLAY VIDEO

World War II: Attack on Pearl Harbor - History

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww2December 2, 2010World War II: Attack on Pearl Harbor - History
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
This event spurred the United States into joining the Second World War. In Part 4 of our series on WWII, WatchMojo learns more about the years leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, and about the results of this historic event. PLAY VIDEO

What is Veterans Day

in: Politics and History, 20th century, american historyNovember 5, 2010What is Veterans Day
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
World War I finally ended after four years of battle on November 11th, 1918, with the signing of an armistice. WatchMojo learns more about Veterans Day, and how this important occasion is honored throughout the world. PLAY VIDEO

Branches Of The U.S. Military

in: Politics and History, american historyNovember 5, 2010Branches Of The U.S. Military
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
The United States military is one of the world's largest, and is steeped in history and tradition. WatchMojo explores the differences between the five branches of the U.S. armed forces. PLAY VIDEO

Ken Dryden on Politics vs. Sports

in: Politics and HistoryNovember 2, 2010Ken Dryden on Politics vs. Sports
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Canadian politician and NHL Hall of Fame goalie Ken Dryden chats with WatchMojo about Canadian identity in terms of his two areas of expertise: sports and politics. PLAY VIDEO

Ken Dryden on Canadian Stereotypes

in: Politics and History, author interviewsNovember 2, 2010Ken Dryden on Canadian Stereotypes
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Canadian politician and NHL Hall of Fame goalie Ken Dryden chats with WatchMojo about the idea of Canadian stereotypes and the limits they place on the country, as discussed in his book, Becoming Canada. PLAY VIDEO

The History of Greenpeace: Environmental Activists

in: Politics and History, retrospectivesOctober 19, 2010The History of Greenpeace: Environmental Activists
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Founded in 1971, Greenpeace is an international environmental organization with the aim of saving the world. WatchMojo learns more about the history and evolution of this group. PLAY VIDEO

Interview With Megadeth on Endgame

in: Music, music interviewsAugust 26, 2010Interview With Megadeth on Endgame
hosted by Stephanie Ng Wan
WatchMojo speaks with drummer Shawn Drover of Megadeth about 'Endgame,' his experiences with fans and finally about the controversy the band has seen over its almost 30-year career. PLAY VIDEO

Interview With Shawn Drover of Megadeth

in: Music, music interviewsAugust 19, 2010Interview With Shawn Drover of Megadeth
hosted by Stephanie Ng Wan
WatchMojo speaks with drummer Shawn Drover of the band to find out how he perceives Megadeth’s evolution and reuniting with David Ellefson. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - Weapons and Technology

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1July 26, 2010World War I - Weapons and Technology
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
While they may seem primitive now, the weapons of World War I completely revolutionized warfare. In Part 6 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo profiles the weapons and technology used in the First World War. PLAY VIDEO

World War II: The Rise of Hitler - Biography

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, biographies, european history, ww2July 19, 2010World War II: The Rise of Hitler - Biography
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
This infamous man started life in poverty and quickly rose through the ranks of the German elite to become one of the most powerful and feared men in the country. In Part 1 of our series on WWII, WatchMojo profiles Adolf Hitler. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - The Aftermath

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1July 12, 2010World War I - The Aftermath
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
As a direct result of the First World War, over 16 million people across the world lost their lives. In Part 5 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo explores this and other lasting effects of the war. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - Treaty of Versailles

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1July 5, 2010World War I - Treaty of Versailles
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Signed in June of 1919, the Treaty of Versailles ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers. In Part 4 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo learns more about the controversial Treaty of Versailles. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - How Did It End?

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1June 29, 2010World War I - How Did It End?
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
Several key events are considered crucial in the effort to bring to a close this bloody military conflict. In Part 3 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo explores how and why the First World War ended. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - Which Countries Fought

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1June 21, 2010World War I - Which Countries Fought
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
In Part 2 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo finds out who was fighting whom during the First World War. PLAY VIDEO

World War I - How Did It Start?

in: Politics and History, 20th century, 20th century wars, american history, asian history, european history, ww1June 14, 2010World War I - How Did It Start?
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
The murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand is credited with sparking the war, though a battle was inevitable. In Part 1 of our series on WWI, WatchMojo explores how and why the First World War began. PLAY VIDEO

The History of The American Empire

in: Politics and History, 20th century, american history, world empiresJune 7, 2010The History of The American Empire
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
The term empire may not be a technically accurate way of describing the U.S., but there is no denying this nation’s influence on the world. WatchMojo looks at the rise, and dominance of this world power. PLAY VIDEO

Tips When Travelling To a Dangerous Country

in: TravelMay 27, 2010Tips When Travelling To a Dangerous Country
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
WatchMojo speaks with Frommer's editor Gene Shannon to get some tips on traveling to a dangerous place. PLAY VIDEO

All About UNICEF

in: Politics and HistoryApril 26, 2010All About UNICEF
hosted by Rebecca Brayton
UNICEF helps children and women worldwide in terms of equality, health, education and safety. WatchMojo learns more about this international foundation. PLAY VIDEO

Richard Branson on Green Technology

in: Business and Technology, living greenApril 12, 2010Richard Branson on Green Technology
hosted by WatchMojo Business
In this WatchMojo video Sir Richard Branson talks about the responsibilities of major corporations to innovate with eco-friendly technology. PLAY VIDEO

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