VideoSaddam Hussein’s elite Republican Guard forces were on the run from American and British Army armored divisions. After the allied victory at the Battle of Medina Ridge, Saddam was afraid that the...
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VideoThe United States and the United Nations responded quickly to Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait. With multiple United Nations sanctions, and chances to leave, Saddam refused to withdraw his military...
VideoIraqi dictator Saddam Hussein earned notoriety for his brutal suppression of political dissidents, oppression of Kurds living in northern Iraq, and his desire for nuclear weapons. World criticism did...
VideoSaddam Hussein instigated the Persian Gulf War with his invasion of Iraq’s next door neighbor Kuwait on August 2, 1990. The introductory segment of this edition of History In A Nutshell sets the stage...
VideoAt a time in history when teaching enslaved Africans to read and write was a punishable fine, Dave the Potter is recognized as the first to inscribe this work.
VideoPlaying an important role in the civil rights movement, Septima Poinsette Clark understood the role that education could play in a community.
VideoKnown as the patron saint of Camden, King Hagler, chief of the Catawba Native American Indian tribe, had a reputation as a peacekeeper with other tribes and colonists.
VideoKnown for its giant hardwoods and towering pines, Congaree National Park is home to a floodplain forest that includes one of the highest canopies in the world.
VideoAll right! See if you can find the queen bee! Do you see her? What about here? Still nothing? (Ding) Good job! You must "bee" an expert!
VideoLocated in Columbia, the Harriet Hancock Center is one of the few LGBTQ+ facilities in South Carolina providing a safe place and a variety of resources for its community, allies, and neighbors.