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History of the brand Studebaker, by Discovery documentary
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tenminhistory Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4973164 This episode of Ten Minute History (like a documentary, only shorter) covers the birth, rise, stagnation and swift fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Beginning with the 1848 Revolutions through the 1867 compromise this episode will take a look at the political and social issues the empire had. It covers the reign of Ferdinand, Franz Joseph and Karl I (Charles I) and how the empire launched the First World War which would ultimately be its downfall. The episode finishes by cover the treaties which were signed after the war and carved up the empire into the nations of eastern and central Europe. Ten Minute History is a series of short, ten minute animated narrative documentaries that are designed as revision refreshers or simple introductions to a topic. Please note that these are not meant to be comprehensive and there's a lot of stuff I couldn't fit into the episodes that I would have liked to. Thank you for watching, though, it's always appreciated. Recommended books: A Concise History of Austria - Steven Beller. A fantastic book which covers all of Austrian History whilst pointing out the relevant parts of Hungarian history, too. The Last Years of Austria-Hungary - Mark Cornwall.
Studebaker Car history
This 1959 Studebaker pickup is a four-wheel drive three-quarter ton sent across the country by Studebaker to generate fleet sales, with a NAPCO conversion.
Turbo Hydramatic 350 Transmission. This is Part-1 of a THM-350 on a Pontiac Trans Am. This video covers the disassemble part of this unit covring what is the most common failures of it. Part-2 will be, depending on the owner, probably a High Performance build. So if you're not subscribed yet, please do so now. Thanks for watching.
This documentary I managed to pull out of the bowels of the Internet not too long ago. It was supposedly first aired on the Discovery channel, but I would take this with a grain of salt. It's still very good though!
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