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1. Download This Grand Spectacle: The Battle of Chattanooga (Civil War Campaigns and Commanders

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Download This Grand Spectacle: The Battle of Chattanooga (Civil War Campaigns and Commanders

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4. Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 9: Massive surrounds

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Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 9: Massive surrounds

In this episode of Civil War Generals 2: The remnants of the Union army are being surrounded by superior Confederate forces. I better hurry up otherwise they're going to get their entire ironclad flotilla come up through the river and attack my army from the rear. Enjoy the video? Please hit Like to let me know! Subscribe for new Timelapse videos, Let's Play videos, and anything else that I end up making! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2m9qhvf Want to watch more Civil War Generals 2 videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURsyoSxdtCyzhwCWwdDs5Thx_Nusy3L3 Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/ Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Anyway, what happened is that I managed to capture a good amount of the Union Army before the start of the new year. The defense of the Union command ended up pretty much dying and routed in droves, letting my small yet... better? army advance was near impunity, but will they retreat? Nooo, why would they do that? They have one unit that is still functional even though all of their commanders are dead, half the men dead, and everyone else is either dead, captured, or ran away. You got it dude, don't worry. You can save the day. Background of the battle: After the Battle of Perryville on October 8, 1862, Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Army of Mississippi abandoned its invasion of Kentucky and withdrew to Harrodsburg, Kentucky, where it was joined by Maj. Gen. Kirby Smith's army of 10,000 on October 10. Although Bragg's newly combined force was up to 38,000 veteran troops, he made no effort to regain the initiative. Frustrated with his prospects in Kentucky and low on supplies, Bragg withdrew through the Cumberland Gap, passed through Knoxville and Chattanooga, turned northwest, and eventually stopped in Murfreesboro Tennessee. His army, joined with Smith's Army of Kentucky and together renamed the Army of Tennessee as of November 20, took up a defensive position northwest of the city along the West Fork of the Stones River. During a visit by Confederate President Jefferson Davis on December 16, Bragg was ordered to send the infantry division of Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson to Mississippi to assist in the defense of Vicksburg. The loss of Stevenson's 7,500 men would be sorely felt in the coming battle. Bragg commanded two corps, under Maj. Gen. William J. Hardee and Maj. Gen. Leonidas Polk. Bragg had to deal with a command problem that became typical for him during the war: a virtual revolt of his senior generals, who petitioned Jefferson Davis to relieve him in favor of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the commander of all armies in the Western Theater. Davis refused to relieve either Bragg or the rebellious generals. On the Union side, President Abraham Lincoln had become frustrated with Buell's passivity and replaced him with Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans, victor of the recent battles of Iuka and Corinth. Rosecrans moved his XIV Corps to Nashville, Tennessee, and was warned by Washington that he too would be replaced if he did not move aggressively against Bragg and occupy eastern Tennessee. However, Rosecrans took ample time to reorganize and train his forces (especially his cavalry) and resupply his army. He did not begin his march in pursuit of Bragg until December 26. By the time Rosecrans had arrived in Murfreesboro on the evening of December 29, the Army of Tennessee had been encamped in the area for a month. By nightfall, two thirds of Rosecrans's army was in position along the Nashville Turnpike, and by the next day Rosecrans's army numbered about 41,000 and Bragg's 35,000. The odds were closer than those figures would indicate. Bragg had the advantage of the detached, but cooperating, cavalry commands under Forrest and Morgan, who raided deeply behind Union lines while Wheeler's cavalry slowed the Union forces with hit-and-run skirmishes. On December 31, 1862, advancing forces fought a pitched battle with Braxton Bragg’s Army of Tennessee on the outskirts of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden ZydePunks: https://zydepunks.bandcamp.com/track/odessa-bulgar Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/


5. Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 13: The Last legs of the army

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Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 13: The Last legs of the army

Enjoy the video? Please hit Like to let me know! Subscribe for new Timelapse videos, Let's Play videos, and anything else that I end up making! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2m9qhvf Want to watch more Civil War Generals 2 videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURsyoSxdtCyzhwCWwdDs5Thx_Nusy3L3 Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/ Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental In this episode of Civil War Generals 2: After pretty much breaking the Union commander... again, My forces are still un-able to declare victory "But General! We have reinforcements expected, the iron clad navy will flow up this river and bombard our army away." HAHAHA " Oh my boy, you are very silly, the union commanders may think so, that or they are praying that the mongols or Russians will show up to teach us a lesson." After his successful Tullahoma Campaign, Rosecrans renewed the offensive, aiming to force the Confederates out of Chattanooga. In early September, Rosecrans consolidated his forces scattered in Tennessee and Georgia and forced Bragg's army out of Chattanooga, heading south. The Union troops followed it and brushed with it at Davis's Cross Roads. Bragg was determined to reoccupy Chattanooga and decided to meet a part of Rosecrans's army, defeat it, and then move back into the city. On September 17 he headed north, intending to attack the isolated XXI Corps. As Bragg marched north on September 18, his cavalry and infantry fought with Union cavalry and mounted infantry, which were armed with Spencer repeating rifles. Fighting began in earnest on the morning of September 19. Bragg's men strongly assaulted but could not break the Union line. The next day, Bragg resumed his assault. In late morning, Rosecrans was misinformed that he had a gap in his line. In moving units to shore up the supposed gap, Rosecrans accidentally created an actual gap, directly in the path of an eight-brigade assault on a narrow front by Confederate Lt. Gen. James Longstreet. Longstreet's attack drove one-third of the Union army, including Rosecrans himself, from the field. Union units spontaneously rallied to create a defensive line on Horseshoe Ridge, forming a new right wing for the line of Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, who assumed overall command of remaining forces. Although the Confederates launched costly and determined assaults, Thomas and his men held until twilight. Union forces then retired to Chattanooga while the Confederates occupied the surrounding heights, besieging the city. On September 21, Rosecrans's army withdrew to the city of Chattanooga and took advantage of previous Confederate works to erect strong defensive positions. However, the supply lines into Chattanooga were at risk and the Confederates soon occupied the surrounding heights and laid siege upon the Union forces. Unable to break the siege, Rosecrans was relieved of his command of the Army of the Cumberland on October 19, replaced by Thomas. McCook and Crittenden lost their commands on September 28 as the XX Corps and the XXI Corps were consolidated into a new IV Corps commanded by Granger; neither officer would ever command in the field again. On the Confederate side, Bragg began to wage a battle against the subordinates he resented for failing him in the campaign—Hindman for his lack of action in McLemore's Cove, and Polk for his late attack on September 20. On September 29, Bragg suspended both officers from their commands. In early October, an attempted mutiny of Bragg's subordinates resulted in D.H. Hill being relieved from his command. Longstreet was dispatched with his corps to the Knoxville Campaign against Ambrose Burnside, seriously weakening Bragg's army at Chattanooga. The battle was damaging to both sides in proportions roughly equal to the size of the armies: Union losses were 16,170 (1,657 killed, 9,756 wounded, and 4,757 captured or missing), Confederate 18,454 (2,312 killed, 14,674 wounded, and 1,468 captured or missing). These were the highest losses of any battle in the Western Theater during the war and, after Gettysburg, the second-highest of the war overall. Among the dead were Confederate generals Benjamin Hardin Helm (husband of Abraham Lincoln's wife's sister), James Deshler, and Preston Smith, and Union general William H. Lytle. Although the Confederates were technically the victors, driving Rosecrans from the field, Bragg had not achieved his objective of destroying Rosecrans, nor of restoring Confederate control of East Tennessee, and the Confederate Army suffered casualties that they could ill afford.


6. Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 10: You're the only ten I see

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Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 10: You're the only ten I see

No, the title doesn't really serve any true purpose other then to say that we are finally out of Tennessee (Huzzah) Enjoy the video? Please hit Like to let me know! Subscribe for new Timelapse videos, Let's Play videos, and anything else that I end up making! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2m9qhvf Want to watch more Civil War Generals 2 videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURsyoSxdtCyzhwCWwdDs5Thx_Nusy3L3 Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/ Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental In this episode of Civil War Generals 2: The remnants of the Union army are being surrounded by superior Confederate forces. I better hurry up otherwise they're going to get their entire ironclad flotilla come up through the river and attack my army from the rear. Anyway, what happened is that I managed to capture a good amount of the Union Army before the start of the new year. The defense of the Union command ended up pretty much dying and routed in droves, letting my small yet... better? army advance was near impunity, but will they retreat? Nooo, why would they do that? They have one unit that is still functional even though all of their commanders are dead, half the men dead, and everyone else is either dead, captured, or ran away. You got it dude, don't worry. You can save the day. Background of the battle: After the Battle of Perryville on October 8, 1862, Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Army of Mississippi abandoned its invasion of Kentucky and withdrew to Harrodsburg, Kentucky, where it was joined by Maj. Gen. Kirby Smith's army of 10,000 on October 10. Although Bragg's newly combined force was up to 38,000 veteran troops, he made no effort to regain the initiative. Frustrated with his prospects in Kentucky and low on supplies, Bragg withdrew through the Cumberland Gap, passed through Knoxville and Chattanooga, turned northwest, and eventually stopped in Murfreesboro Tennessee. His army, joined with Smith's Army of Kentucky and together renamed the Army of Tennessee as of November 20, took up a defensive position northwest of the city along the West Fork of the Stones River. During a visit by Confederate President Jefferson Davis on December 16, Bragg was ordered to send the infantry division of Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson to Mississippi to assist in the defense of Vicksburg. The loss of Stevenson's 7,500 men would be sorely felt in the coming battle. Bragg commanded two corps, under Maj. Gen. William J. Hardee and Maj. Gen. Leonidas Polk. Bragg had to deal with a command problem that became typical for him during the war: a virtual revolt of his senior generals, who petitioned Jefferson Davis to relieve him in favor of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the commander of all armies in the Western Theater. Davis refused to relieve either Bragg or the rebellious generals. On the Union side, President Abraham Lincoln had become frustrated with Buell's passivity and replaced him with Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans, victor of the recent battles of Iuka and Corinth. Rosecrans moved his XIV Corps to Nashville, Tennessee, and was warned by Washington that he too would be replaced if he did not move aggressively against Bragg and occupy eastern Tennessee. However, Rosecrans took ample time to reorganize and train his forces (especially his cavalry) and resupply his army. He did not begin his march in pursuit of Bragg until December 26. By the time Rosecrans had arrived in Murfreesboro on the evening of December 29, the Army of Tennessee had been encamped in the area for a month. By nightfall, two thirds of Rosecrans's army was in position along the Nashville Turnpike, and by the next day Rosecrans's army numbered about 41,000 and Bragg's 35,000. The odds were closer than those figures would indicate. Bragg had the advantage of the detached, but cooperating, cavalry commands under Forrest and Morgan, who raided deeply behind Union lines while Wheeler's cavalry slowed the Union forces with hit-and-run skirmishes. On December 31, 1862, advancing forces fought a pitched battle with Braxton Bragg’s Army of Tennessee on the outskirts of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.


7. Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 8: Three videos in one

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  • Channel: videogames
Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 8: Three videos in one

In this episode of Civil War Generals 2: Yes, the first four minutes of this is actually two episodes sped up until I finally realize that me being me, my commentary had died and I didn't realize until the third video in. Well, damn, what can we do? Enjoy the video? Please hit Like to let me know! Subscribe for new Timelapse videos, Let's Play videos, and anything else that I end up making! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2m9qhvf Want to watch more Civil War Generals 2 videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURsyoSxdtCyzhwCWwdDs5Thx_Nusy3L3 Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/ Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Anyway, what happened is that I managed to capture a good amount of the Union Army before the start of the new year. The defense of the Union command ended up pretty much dying and routed in droves, letting my small yet... better? army advance was near impunity, but will they retreat? Nooo, why would they do that? They have one unit that is still functional even though all of their commanders are dead, half the men dead, and everyone else is either dead, captured, or ran away. You got it dude, don't worry. You can save the day. Background of the battle: After the Battle of Perryville on October 8, 1862, Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Army of Mississippi abandoned its invasion of Kentucky and withdrew to Harrodsburg, Kentucky, where it was joined by Maj. Gen. Kirby Smith's army of 10,000 on October 10. Although Bragg's newly combined force was up to 38,000 veteran troops, he made no effort to regain the initiative. Frustrated with his prospects in Kentucky and low on supplies, Bragg withdrew through the Cumberland Gap, passed through Knoxville and Chattanooga, turned northwest, and eventually stopped in Murfreesboro Tennessee. His army, joined with Smith's Army of Kentucky and together renamed the Army of Tennessee as of November 20, took up a defensive position northwest of the city along the West Fork of the Stones River. During a visit by Confederate President Jefferson Davis on December 16, Bragg was ordered to send the infantry division of Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson to Mississippi to assist in the defense of Vicksburg. The loss of Stevenson's 7,500 men would be sorely felt in the coming battle. Bragg commanded two corps, under Maj. Gen. William J. Hardee and Maj. Gen. Leonidas Polk. Bragg had to deal with a command problem that became typical for him during the war: a virtual revolt of his senior generals, who petitioned Jefferson Davis to relieve him in favor of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the commander of all armies in the Western Theater. Davis refused to relieve either Bragg or the rebellious generals. On the Union side, President Abraham Lincoln had become frustrated with Buell's passivity and replaced him with Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans, victor of the recent battles of Iuka and Corinth. Rosecrans moved his XIV Corps to Nashville, Tennessee, and was warned by Washington that he too would be replaced if he did not move aggressively against Bragg and occupy eastern Tennessee. However, Rosecrans took ample time to reorganize and train his forces (especially his cavalry) and resupply his army. He did not begin his march in pursuit of Bragg until December 26. By the time Rosecrans had arrived in Murfreesboro on the evening of December 29, the Army of Tennessee had been encamped in the area for a month. By nightfall, two thirds of Rosecrans's army was in position along the Nashville Turnpike, and by the next day Rosecrans's army numbered about 41,000 and Bragg's 35,000. The odds were closer than those figures would indicate. Bragg had the advantage of the detached, but cooperating, cavalry commands under Forrest and Morgan, who raided deeply behind Union lines while Wheeler's cavalry slowed the Union forces with hit-and-run skirmishes. On December 31, 1862, advancing forces fought a pitched battle with Braxton Bragg’s Army of Tennessee on the outskirts of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden ZydePunks: https://zydepunks.bandcamp.com/track/odessa-bulgar Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/


8. Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Book Download Free

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Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps  Book Download Free

Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Book Download Free Donwload Here http://tinyurl.com/qadzvey Feature * "For readers addicted to histories or novels about the Civil War, a common challenge is the lack of adequate maps. This excellent volume satisfies that need, once and for all: It's the clearest, fullest collection of strategic and tactical maps available, a fine volume on its own and an indispensable aid to understanding many another book. Few works truly are 'must-haves' for a Civil War collection, but this one's essential." --Ralph Peters, author of Cain at Gettysburg and Hell or RichmondThe Civil War: The Story of the War with Maps combines the colorful, detailed maps of an atlas with the vivid storytelling of the best narratives to piece together the nation-spanning jigsaw puzzle of the American Civil War. See the conflict develop from a few small armies into total war engulfing the whole South.The campaigns and battles are all here, with maps zooming in on the maneuvering and attacking armies: Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chickamauga, Chattanooga, the Wilderness, Atlanta, and more.The nationwide perspective--absent from so many other books and shown here on full-page maps--connects these dots into a cohesive story of the entire war, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River, from Pennsylvania to the Gulf of Mexico. Distilling events into their essentials, the text focuses on the military history of the conflict and its cast of colorful commanders--Lee, Grant, Sherman, McClellan, and Stonewall Jackson.Captures all the war's intensity and human drama, its epic sweep from Sumter to Appomattox.The result is a unique book that educates, enlightens, and entertains. An ideal introduction for newcomers, refresher for buffs, and companion to other books during the war’s 150th anniversary and beyond. Donwload Here http://tinyurl.com/qadzvey Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps PDF Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Kindle Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Android Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Full Ebook Download Civil War, The: The Story of the War with Maps Free


9. Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 7: Battle of Stones River

  • Duration: 1394
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Let's Play Civil War Generals 2 Part 7: Battle of Stones River

In this Episode of Civil War Generals 2: The Union commander decides to break all of my misconceptions and play much more like they did in OTL (kind of, sort of, not really) Attacking my right flank while I storm their center. Also of not, my mic cut out part way through the video and the rest of the commentary past the ten minute mark is from a different mic. Because no one would have known the difference if I didn't say anything (I was kidding, haha, you laugh now) Enjoy the video? Please hit Like to let me know! Subscribe for new Timelapse videos, Let's Play videos, and anything else that I end up making! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2m9qhvf Want to watch more Civil War Generals 2 videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLURsyoSxdtCyzhwCWwdDs5Thx_Nusy3L3 Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/ Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Background of the battle: After the Battle of Perryville on October 8, 1862, Confederate General Braxton Bragg's Army of Mississippi abandoned its invasion of Kentucky and withdrew to Harrodsburg, Kentucky, where it was joined by Maj. Gen. Kirby Smith's army of 10,000 on October 10. Although Bragg's newly combined force was up to 38,000 veteran troops, he made no effort to regain the initiative. Frustrated with his prospects in Kentucky and low on supplies, Bragg withdrew through the Cumberland Gap, passed through Knoxville and Chattanooga, turned northwest, and eventually stopped in Murfreesboro Tennessee. His army, joined with Smith's Army of Kentucky and together renamed the Army of Tennessee as of November 20, took up a defensive position northwest of the city along the West Fork of the Stones River. During a visit by Confederate President Jefferson Davis on December 16, Bragg was ordered to send the infantry division of Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson to Mississippi to assist in the defense of Vicksburg. The loss of Stevenson's 7,500 men would be sorely felt in the coming battle. Bragg commanded two corps, under Maj. Gen. William J. Hardee and Maj. Gen. Leonidas Polk. Bragg had to deal with a command problem that became typical for him during the war: a virtual revolt of his senior generals, who petitioned Jefferson Davis to relieve him in favor of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, the commander of all armies in the Western Theater. Davis refused to relieve either Bragg or the rebellious generals. On the Union side, President Abraham Lincoln had become frustrated with Buell's passivity and replaced him with Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans, victor of the recent battles of Iuka and Corinth. Rosecrans moved his XIV Corps to Nashville, Tennessee, and was warned by Washington that he too would be replaced if he did not move aggressively against Bragg and occupy eastern Tennessee. However, Rosecrans took ample time to reorganize and train his forces (especially his cavalry) and resupply his army. He did not begin his march in pursuit of Bragg until December 26. By the time Rosecrans had arrived in Murfreesboro on the evening of December 29, the Army of Tennessee had been encamped in the area for a month. By nightfall, two thirds of Rosecrans's army was in position along the Nashville Turnpike, and by the next day Rosecrans's army numbered about 41,000 and Bragg's 35,000. The odds were closer than those figures would indicate. Bragg had the advantage of the detached, but cooperating, cavalry commands under Forrest and Morgan, who raided deeply behind Union lines while Wheeler's cavalry slowed the Union forces with hit-and-run skirmishes. On December 31, 1862, advancing forces fought a pitched battle with Braxton Bragg’s Army of Tennessee on the outskirts of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Music was added for this episode, Music added: From the game Sluggish Morss (offers a free download of the game on the main Bandcamp page): https://jackking-spooner.bandcamp.com/track/come-into-my-garden ZydePunks: https://zydepunks.bandcamp.com/track/odessa-bulgar Rail Yard Ghosts: https://railyardghosts.bandcamp.com/track/instrumental Follow me on my Twitter page: https://twitter.com/Tipsyfishs Follow me on my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Tipsyfishs/


10. Changing of the Guard, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi

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Changing of the Guard, Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi

Not quite Buckingham Palace, but our own version that's fast developing... The Change of Guard is a military tradition the origins of which are deeply rooted in the past. From time immemorial, guards and sentries at palaces, forts and defence establishments have been changed at regular intervals to enable a fresh body of troops take charge. A ceremonial change of guard is held at the official place of residence of the President of India or The Rashtrapati Bhavan. The old and fresh guard consists of troops from the President's Body Guard or the PBG) and another squad from one of the numerous regiments of the Indian Army. A military band is also present and performs at the event. The change of Guard ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan was first opened to the public in the year 2007. After the assumption of office by the current President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, the ceremony has been reconditioned and relocated to make it more visually appealing and people friendly. A horse-riding display by the Presidents' Body Guard has been added to the ceremony and the venue has been shifted to the Forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, to grant easier access to the public. The equestrian or horse riding display presents the horse and man in ceremonial regalia, performing in harmony with the music of a military brass band. The 30 minute ceremony commences with the PBG troops, astride their caparisoned, sleekly muscled, powerful and well groomed horses advancing from behind the Jaipur column to the tune of 'Maa Tujhe Salaam' played by the Army Brass Band. The Army Guard contingent then marches in and the new guard replaces the old guard. Once the New Guard has formed between the Dominion columns of the North Block, sentries are nominated and the respective guards are inspected by their officers as the band plays 'Sammaan Guard' or The Honour Guard. The New Guard forms up along with the Old Guard and awaits the formal salutation of "Salami Shastra" or Presentation of Arms by the latter to the former to formally signify readiness for the change-over. Accompanied by music, the handing over of keys is performed by the Junior Commissioned Officers of the Old and New Guard patrol, symbolizing transfer of responsibility of commanders during this changeover. The men of the President's Bodyguard consist of the old warrior classes of the Rajputs, Sikhs and the Jats. Recruitment standards are strict and the minimum height requirement for the troops is six feet. The sentries of the Old Guard and the Junior Commissioned Officers return to their posts. The Old Guard marches off to the tune "Saare Jahan Se Achcha". The New Guard assumes charge and the rest of the of the troops march off while the band plays "Amar Jawan" or Immortal Soldier. The day's ceremony ends with an equestrian display by the PBG before they ride away towards the Rashtrapati Bhavan to the tune of the National Anthem. The Change of the Guard at the Rashtrapati Bhavan is a colourful and regal spectacle which involves great pageantry. The ceremony lasts for about 30 minutes and has been popular with visitors to New Delhi. This ceremony is something that every proud Indian as well as a person from any other nationality who wants to see a regal and awe-inspiring India truly must experience at least once in a lifetime. This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and [email protected]


11. Young fan gives decoy ball to pretty lady

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  • Channel: tv
Young fan gives decoy ball to pretty lady

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12. IDÉE REÇUE #25 : L'urine et les piqûres de méduse (feat. Professeur Feuillage)

  • Duration: 308
  • Channel: school
IDÉE REÇUE #25 : L'urine et les piqûres de méduse (feat. Professeur Feuillage)

Retrouvez-moi à l’EUROPÉEN de Paris pour 3 représentations de mon Encyclo-spectacle : les 15, 16 et 17 janvier 2018 ! Infos et réservations : http://bit.ly/2y4FUgi - - - - - - - - - - - Pour commander mon livre "Max Bird dézingue les idées reçues" C'est ici : http://amzn.to/2fR6SxU Ou encore ici : http://bit.ly/2y4CHN Nouvelles séances de dédicaces : à BESANCON le 25 novembre de 15h à 18h à la librairie l'Intranquille (59 rue des Granges) à MONTREUX (en Suisse) le 2 décembre de 9h à 12h à la libraire de Payot (avenue du Casino 49) à RENNES le 17 février 2018 à l'espace culturel Leclerc - - - - - - - - - - - Merci aux guests Mathieu Duméry et Lénie Cherino de la chaîne Professeur Feuillage ! La chaîne de Professeur Feuillage : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGl2... Le livre de Professeur Feuillage : https://www.editionsfirst.fr/professe... - - - - - - - - - - - Rejoignez-moi sur les réseaux sociaux : https://www.facebook.com/MaxBirdOffic... https://twitter.com/MaxBirdOfficiel - - - - - - - Épisode écrit par : Max Bird Réalisé par : Alienor Patoux et Max Bird Monté par : Mickaël Panio (Sixtine) et Max Bird Merci à François Sergent pour sa salle de bain ! Merci à Anthony F pour son aide précieuse lors des recherches de cet épisode ! Merci aux spécialistes Louise Montgomery et Jamie Seymour pour avoir répondu à mes questions. SOURCES : http://bit.ly/2AqQiBh Animations issues de la vidéo TED-Ed : How does a jellyfish sting? - Neosha S Kashef https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu_ijC8HFRU


13. Un bar sous-marin pour des touristes en mal d’oxygène

  • Duration: 69
  • Channel: news
Un bar sous-marin pour des touristes en mal d’oxygène

ILE DE COZUMEL (MEXIQUE) – 16 MAI 2015. C’est un bar d’un nouveau genre qui vient d’ouvrir sur l’île mexicaine de Cozumel. Au Clear Lounge, pas besoin de réserver une table ni de commander à boire. Les clients n’ont qu’à venir en maillot de bain, puis s’équiper d’un casque à oxygène qui libère de l’air aromatisé, menthe ou citron, pour des effets décoiffants. « Ce qu’on fait, c’est qu’on envoie 70 % d’oxygène dans le casque. Vous avez aussi le choix de respirer des parfums aromatiques. En ce moment, nous avons menthe ou citron ; ainsi, pendant que vous êtes sous l’eau occupé à des activités, vous avez votre dose d’oxygène, vous vous sentez revitalisé, rafraîchi et rajeuni », explique Julie Ferrara, la directrice. Dans ce grand réservoir, les touristes peuvent s’adonner à des jeux de société, tirer avec des canons à bulles, danser la salsa ou se prendre en photos. Seul moyen de communiquer avec l’extérieur : écrire sur de petits panneaux. Et visiblement, les touristes sortent ravis de ce bar sous-marin. « Nous avons joué au jenga, c’était super. C’est une sensation différente, on sent que les pièces flottent mais en même temps elles sont là. C’est génial », confie Grace Ann Pinero, une touriste. Les passants assistent ébahis à la scène. Et comme au cinéma, ils contemplent cet étrange spectacle en dégustant de délicieux smoothies.


14. Un bar sous-marin pour des touristes en mal d’oxygène

  • Duration: 69
  • Channel: news
Un bar sous-marin pour des touristes en mal d’oxygène

ILE DE COZUMEL (MEXIQUE) – 16 MAI 2015. C’est un bar d’un nouveau genre qui vient d’ouvrir sur l’île mexicaine de Cozumel. Au Clear Lounge, pas besoin de réserver une table ni de commander à boire. Les clients n’ont qu’à venir en maillot de bain, puis s’équiper d’un casque à oxygène qui libère de l’air aromatisé, menthe ou citron, pour des effets décoiffants. « Ce qu’on fait, c’est qu’on envoie 70 % d’oxygène dans le casque. Vous avez aussi le choix de respirer des parfums aromatiques. En ce moment, nous avons menthe ou citron ; ainsi, pendant que vous êtes sous l’eau occupé à des activités, vous avez votre dose d’oxygène, vous vous sentez revitalisé, rafraîchi et rajeuni », explique Julie Ferrara, la directrice. Dans ce grand réservoir, les touristes peuvent s’adonner à des jeux de société, tirer avec des canons à bulles, danser la salsa ou se prendre en photos. Seul moyen de communiquer avec l’extérieur : écrire sur de petits panneaux. Et visiblement, les touristes sortent ravis de ce bar sous-marin. « Nous avons joué au jenga, c’était super. C’est une sensation différente, on sent que les pièces flottent mais en même temps elles sont là. C’est génial », confie Grace Ann Pinero, une touriste. Les passants assistent ébahis à la scène. Et comme au cinéma, ils contemplent cet étrange spectacle en dégustant de délicieux smoothies.


15. Paulo l' humoriste - la vaccinaction

  • Duration: 253
  • Channel: fun
Paulo l' humoriste - la vaccinaction

Bonus web ! Paulo l' humoriste - la vaccinaction chanson sur la grippe A ou grippe H1N1 Découvrez le DVD de Paulo " A travers champs "! pour connaitre les dates de spectacle ou commander le dvd, tablier, cd, ... rendez-vous sur 30prod.fr


16. Bossa Nova Bruxelles

  • Duration: 101
  • Channel: shortfilms
Bossa Nova Bruxelles

Chez Bossa Nova, offrez-vous un voyage culinaire au Brésil ! Situé Rue Haute à Bruxelles, le restaurant vous accueille 7j sur 7, à midi et au soir. Régalez-vous avec leur buffet à volonté composé de différentes spécialités : légumes, riz, paëlla, semoule, pâtes, calamar, croquettes, pains à l'ail, ainsi que différentes préparations brésiliennes. Le midi, n'hésitez pas à opter pour la formule simple buffet à volonté et le soir, le buffet à volonté vous est également proposé avec, en plus, de délicieuses viandes grillées au charbon de bois qui vous sont servies et découpées à table. Tous les samedis, l'ambiance est assurée en soirée avec de charmantes danseuses qui vous offrent un spectacle de danses brésiliennes. Le restaurant vous propose également des cocktails ainsi que des jus de fruits naturels, réalisés à partir de fruits tropicaux venant directement du Brésil. Vous pouvez manger sur place ou commander par téléphone pour emporter. INFO Rue Haute 395 1000 Buxelles 02/324.76.08 02/537.33.21 http://www.restaurant-bossanova.be


17. lampe en lévitation ALTHURIA PURELINE noire (WWW.PING-DECO.FR)

  • Duration: 215
  • Channel: lifestyle
lampe en lévitation ALTHURIA PURELINE noire (WWW.PING-DECO.FR)

Ping vous dévoile tous les secrets de cette lampe en lévitation !!! Alliant le design et la technologie, cette lampe en lévitation fera tout son effet auprès de vos amis et convives. Elle apportera sa touche moderne qui conviendra à une déco intérieure qui se veut chic et élégante. Cette lampe anti-gravité vous offre un spectacle original et magique avec son abat-jour littéralement en sustentation dans les airs. Conçu et designé par la société française INOVAXION, cette lampe en lévitation est un véritable condensé de technologie : - Eclairage par des LEDs créant un éclairage uniforme et puissant - Cette lampe dispose d'un simple et unique bouton tactile et sensitif qui vous permet de commander l'éclairage. - Plusieurs mode d'éclairage vers le haut ou le bas ou les 2 à la fois - Lévitation de l'abat-jour grâce au principe d'induction électromagnétique - Mise en rotation naturelle de l'abat-jour Cette lampe déco et high tech, ainsi que d'autres modèles de lampes anti-gravité sont disponibles sur la boutique en ligne : WWW.PING-DECO.FR : la boutique online consacrée à la déco intérieure et aux bien-être au quotidien (bougie, tableau, soliflore, horloge, vase, bougeoir, éclairage, cadre photo, diffuseur d'huiles essentielles, fontaine interieur et fontaine exterieur) LE SERVICE PING DECO , C'EST AUSSI : * FRAIS DE PORT UNIQUE (QUELQUE SOIT LE NOMBRE DE PRODUITS COMMANDES) * LIVRAISON GRATUITE A PARTIR DE 60 € D'ACHAT * TRAITEMENT DES COMMANDES ET EXPEDITION EN 48H * PAIEMENT PAR CARTE BANCAIRE SECURISE (3D SECURE), PAYPAL, CHEQUE


18. BEST OF 2012 bande annonce

  • Duration: 515
  • Channel: auto
BEST OF 2012 bande annonce

Voici la bande annonce de notre DVD BEST OF 2012 qui dure 2h de pur spectacle avec des passages chauds, des freins à mains et des sorties de route en tout genre...Vous pouvez commander le DVD sur notre site : www.rallye-concept.com via paypal ou par chèque


19. Alexander the Great Official Trailer #1 - Fredric March Movie (1956) HD

  • Duration: 171
  • Channel: shortfilms
Alexander the Great Official Trailer #1 - Fredric March Movie (1956) HD

He was a fierce military commander who led huge armies into battle without a single defeat; a magnificent warrior who many believed was part god - this was Alexander the Great (Richard Burton), the legendary Greek hero hailed by his countrymen as "The King of Kings". Born in 356 B.C. into a turbulent world of political unrest, educated by Aristotle (Barry Jones) and chosen to lead his people in the grand tradition of his powerful father (Fredric March), this glamorous world conqueror rose above all conflict to unite the continents of Europe and Asia to become one of the most celebrated rulers of all time! Written, produced and directed by Oscar - winner Robert Rossen and featuring the extraordinary Claire Bloom and a remarkable cast of thousands, this stunning portrait of one of history's most fascinating figures is colossal entertainment and an amazing spectacle.


20. BEST OF rallye 2006 à 2011

  • Duration: 584
  • Channel: auto
BEST OF rallye 2006 à 2011

Voici la bande annonce de notre DVD Best of 2006 à 2011...5 ans de rallye 5 ans de spectacle 5 ans de plaisir...Vous pouvez commander sur notre site www.rallye-concept.com via paypal ou par chèque