sd00:32Archival footage shows American suffragettes marching and campaigning for their rights (narrated in 1961). (1960s)
hd00:23Animated sequence using old and antique maps from my own collection. There is a travel narrative to the sequence. Created from maps from the Eighteen Hundreds and part of my own private collection.
hd00:17three young and energetic best friend girls talk together emotionally and lively with gestures and bright impression, laugh and smile while sitting on sofa at home during sunny day
sd00:52Evel Knievel performs an impressive stunt jump over a line of cars while Peter Fonda narrates in this motorcycle safety film from 1973. (1970s)
sd01:14We are shown the progression of mankind from the days of cavemen until the formation of the United States in this 1960s film
sd01:311950s - A narrator discusses the history of American dance and music during the 1950s with a focus on the post-World War 2 world
sd01:24Walter Kronkite narrates a montage of global evil in the 1930s, covering Nazism, Japan's invasion of China, and Mussolini's invasion of Ethiopia. (TheB)
sd02:471950s - A narrator discusses the history of American dance and music during the 1950s with a focus on the pioneers and western expansion
hd00:18Different layers of close-up of different pages of a book. Text moves on a paper very close up.
sd01:581960s - A narrator discusses the recent history of communism in Cuba with a focus on the Cuban missile crisis
sd00:33CIRCA 1960s - A narrator in the 1960s explains that film in the 1920s focused on the pleasures of life.
sd00:29Narrator predicts historians will look back on the research and development done by Westinghouse Electric in the 1930s as the beginning of a new frontier in electricity. (1930s)
4k00:23Turning pages of a superhero comic book graphic novel close-up - defocused out of focus blurry concept video
hd01:05CIRCA 1974 - As a Lockheed YF-12 is seen in flight, a narrator describes the relationships between its speed, altitude and temperature.
hd00:30CIRCA 1961 - Alan Shepard is prepared to be sent into space in light of JFK's assertion that Americans will travel to the moon (narrated in 2000).
sd02:231950s - Our substance, the narrator tells us, comes from grass blades, which is then eaten by pigs and served back to us as meat at the butcher's shop in this 1955 film.
hd00:30Funny couple who's relationship is set for a breakdown. Short video where divorce could be on the cards.
sd01:541950s - A narrator discusses the history of Communism just after the formation of the Soviet Union
sd04:181940s - Pete Seeger narrates this documentary in 1946 about the deep South and folk traditions there and of freight trains and railroads.
hd00:34CIRCA 1937 - Japanese forces bomb the American USS Panay, sailing in the Yangtze River (narrated in 1944).
4k00:08A re-created film frame from the silent movies era, showing intertitle text messages: Once upon a time.
sd01:21A narrator in the 1960s explains that George Orwell\xCDs 1984 was used as a propagandist tool. (1960s)
4k00:11nice mother gives an anterior kiss to her child before going to bed, gently hugs the child and cover her very sweetly with a blanket and turns off the lamp. 4K
sd00:39A narrator in the 1960s explains the controversial nature of the representations in The Birth of a Nation. (1960s)
sd01:371950s - A narrator discusses the history of Communism just before the formation of the Soviet Union
sd01:52CIRCA 1960s - A narrator in the 1960s explains that Triumph of the Will is released by Hitler to further Nazi propaganda.
sd01:201950s - A narrator discusses how American forces can affect communist Russia, even through the Iron Curtain in the 1950s
hd01:09CIRCA 1941 - The Flying Tigers fight off the Imperial Japanese Air Force over Kunming (narrated in 1953).
hd00:42CIRCA 1941 - After Pearl Harbor, FDR declares a state of war between the US and Japan (narrated in 1953).
hd01:24CIRCA 1945 - Men march and Major General Butler speaks at a graduation ceremony for Tuskegee airmen (narrated by Ronald Reagan).
sd01:161940s - Emily Post narrates this documentary about table manners from 1947 which teaches young women how to properly attend a dinner party.
sd01:08A narrator in 1970 describes 1940s footage of America and Russia's competing atomic weaponry. (1970s)
sd00:56A boy in a monkey mask experiences brake failure on his bike in 1963 and gets plowed by a truck (narrated by Edward Everett Horton). (1960s)
sd00:521950s: As many different types of Tupperware are shown, a narrator explains what they are made of and what they're used for in 1959.
sd02:211980s - A patriotic montage of Americana and technology in the 1980s narrated by Paul Newman.
sd00:35A poverty-stricken family of farmers eats a meager meal while the narrator solemnly describes their despondency in 1937. (1930s)
sd01:111950s - A narrator discusses the history of Communism and how Russia came to dominate eastern Europe
hd00:23Man writing in his diary at the beach while lying on the golden sand, close up view of the book and his hand holding a pen
hd00:31CIRCA 1940 - Inspired by Hitler's success, Mussolini sends troops to invade France; FDR denounces the move (narrated in 1943).
hd00:35CIRCA 1940s - As shots of Rockingham County, Virginia are shown, a narrator explains that tourists often drive through too quickly.
sd02:04An accident in a laboratory leads to the creation of your product, life in America is transformed for the better according to this 1960s film
4k00:37Group of laughing African-American friends having fun eating sandwiches and burgers drink coffee and then making selfie for social media in cozy cafeteria.
hd00:12Different layers of close-up of different pages of a book. Text moves on a paper very close up.
hd00:14The Quran (literally meaning 'the recitation') is the central religious text in Islam. Here, the book is opened on a study table, next to a prayer stone, and with colorful books in the background
sd02:441950s - A narrator discusses the American Dream while shots of every day Americans play during the 1950s
hd01:03CIRCA 1963 - A narrator chastises an American soldier for the kindly gesture of giving a cigarette to a POW.