Aristotle-to-Ricardo-to-Hayek turn the double play way better than Plato-to-Rousseau-to-Rawls
Here's one with a timeline.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71XjyUxPmvk
Ahh, but yours ends too early for the real fun of European state-lets forming and combining.
800 AD to 1812AD:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTVHeLwQpA0&feature=related1812 to 1943:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8siN2y2NVA&feature=relatedThere may be a video starting from 1943 but I can't find it.
I concur, a timeline is very much called for -- you lack any feel for WHEN certain clear shifts of power occurred.There's also issue to be had with the change of national colors -- does it actually signify anything or is it just an artifact of the mapmaking...? (ex.: Poland changes color several times during its existence. Does this represent a major shift in its internal arrangement?).I assume this was done using successive maps from the book series by the same name, but one which "flowed" (to show expansion and contraction more visually), rather than boink! -- boink! -- boink! would be a major improvement.Oh, and salad. There should be a free salad to go with it. :^D
The link now returns the message:"This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Centennia Software." Sigh. Late to the party again, & so I missed it.
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