Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228
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Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228

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In which John Green teaches you about nonviolence and peace movements in the 20th century. What is nonviolence? What is a peace movement? .

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23 thoughts on “Nonviolence and Peace Movements: Crash Course World History 228

  1. @crashcourse and @thoughtbubble British Raj employed Indians to serve in the British Raj Army and Police. The white, British soldiers depicted at 4:41 and 4:56 are kind of misleading – a huge part of the civil unrest was the Indian soldiers realizing the atrocities they were a part in executing on their fellow Indians.

  2. Well young John Green is a different man and I don’t mean the other John Green in this video but if you watch your Your European history crash course then you will know that John Green I mean he is amazing I have not seen his movie your Lakk read his book but he’s just like so good in his videos he’s such a natural

  3. Gandhi was nonviolent but beat his wife and kid.
    His legacy is perpetuated in the west because nonviolent protest never works in the u.s.
    Never.
    Only the threat of violence can make "nonviolent" activism possible.
    I forget the writer/thinker but she explicitly cites each instance in u.s. history that the citizenry has only gained through violence.

  4. Alexander Dubček was a Slovak, not a Czech. Despite of common state of Czechoslovakia, there were these two still close, but distinctive nations. Actually, the federalization of Czechoslovakia was one of important reforms of the Prague Spring and the only one that was brought into practice.

  5. Bro Leo Tolstoy said Indians should try non violence approach which is mentioned in their own (Indian) philosphy/religion… same with Thoreau who had read Bhagavad Gita which somewhat influenced him to write civil disobedience…

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