The CATHOLIC MONARCHY | Secret Files of The Inquisition | Reel Truth History Documentaries

The CATHOLIC MONARCHY | Secret Files of The Inquisition | Reel Truth History Documentaries

Based on previously unreleased secret documents from European Archives including the Vatican, Secret Files of the Inquisition unveils the incredible true story of the Catholic Church’s 500-year struggle to remain the world’s only true Christian religion.

Filmed in High Definition, this 4-hour series spans medieval France in Episode 1, 15th century Spain in Episode 2, Renaissance Italy in Episode 3 and mid-nineteenth century Europe in Episode 4. Historians, experts and Church authorities advise on the handling of this controversial subject matter.

At the dawn of the second millennium Europe was slowly emerging from the blackness and ignorance of the Dark Ages. There were no nations and the people were loyal only to their immediate community and to God. The keeper of God’s word was the Catholic Church, the only religion in all of Christendom.

The supreme religious leader, the Pope in Rome, crowned the Kings who became rulers of the Holy Roman Empire stretching from Sicily north to Poland. The Emperor was ruler of the temporal world while the Pope and his Bishops reigned supreme over the Spiritual world.

By the 12th and 13th century, cracks began appearing in this ordered world. Emperors no longer submitted to being crowned by the Pope and across Europe Kings demanded the right to select their own Bishops. But for the Pope the most terrifying threat came from upstart Christian sects who challenged church doctrine and the absolute power of the Roman Pope.

To preserve the purity of the faith and the unquestioned authority of the Pope, the Church began to crack down on all dissenting with a new weapon: the Inquisition. For over half a millennium a system of mass terror reigned. Thousands were subject to secret courts, torture and punishment.To be the first to watch more full length documentaries, subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb7xZQi7F3RW7BNtR57cNnA?sub_confirmation=1

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VICTORIAN Serial Killer | Murder Maps | Reel Truth History Documentaries

VICTORIAN Serial Killer | Murder Maps | Reel Truth History Documentaries

At the time of Jack The Ripper, London was home to some of the most terrible individuals the city has ever seen. One of the very worst was the elusive Borough Poisoner, George Chapman.

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Full History of Prussia – Documentary

Full History of Prussia - Documentary

In this video, we explore the history of Prussia, from its earliest beginnings with the Teutonic Knights, to its role in forming Germany.

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The Founder of Travelocity Shows How to Beat the Coronavirus Disruption

With every economic downturn, there is always a large disruption for most small businesses and their customers. If there is one area that is really a mess during the Pandemic of 2020 it’s the travel industry; air travel alone is down 96%.  How can these industries beat this latest disruption and what can other small business learn from it?

On the Small Business Radio Show this week, I interviewed Terry Jones, who is the founder of Travelocity.com and founding chairman of Kayak.com, and the author of the new book called “Disruption OFF”. Terry began his career as a travel agent, jumped into two startups and then spent 20 years at American Airlines, serving in a variety of management positions including Chief Information Officer. While at American he led the team that created Travelocity.com, served as CEO for six years, and took the company public. After Travelocity, he served as Chairman of Kayak.com for seven years until it was sold to Priceline for $1.8 billion.

Terry insists that there are always changes that are going on in every marketplace. He emphasizes that “innovation and disruption are just two sides of the same coin”; if your competitor makes the big change, you call it a disruption, if you are able to bring that change to the market, you call it an innovation!

Dealing with Disruption

However, this current disruption is different than other past ones that have been caused by advancing technology because it happened so quickly. While some industries will snap back, businesses that provide in person services may have more of a problem. It’s these companies, Terry explains, that need to start to rethink their business models.

Terry believes businesses will need to focus on safety; this will include less lower occupancy on airplanes, in restaurants and at movie theaters. He thinks that RV and Airbnb type accommodations will become more popular since the traveler will have more control over their travel surroundings. Terry thinks people will continue to work safely from home and Amazon Go Stores (with no store check out clerks) will gain in popularity.

According to Terry, it’s time for any changes your small business has put off in the past to start implementing them now. For example, what else needs to be included in your company’s digital transformation? What new technologies do you need to implement? How can you shorten your supply chain?

Terry suggests that all small businesses start to think like a start up again. While you have an advantage of having a brand, customers and a staff, every company will need to take more risk to discover what will be successful in the future.

Listen to the entire interview on the Small Business Radio Show.

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The Nazi extermination camps at Auschwitz in Poland were photographed in extraordinary detail from the air. The vast site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp was only 8km from a large synthetic oil and rubber manufacturing plant. The film raises some uncomfortable questions – if Allied aircraft could photograph the concentration camps in detail, why did they not destroy them?

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