*OUTDATED* Crimean War (2/2) | Animated History

*Big thanks to Nick Gartley for Animating This Video!
Part 1:
trvision.net/detail/video-jCeh1RiBjBk.html
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Sources:
www.historyofwar.org/articles/wars_crimean.html
www.britannica.com/event/Crimean-War
www.history.com/topics/british-history/crimean-war
www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/victorians/crimea_01.shtml
Music:
John Williams: War Horse - Pulling the Cannon
John William: War Horse - The Charge and Capture

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  • The music was not intended to be as loud as it was, we apologize for the audio issues. Important corrections should be posted underneath this comment. Thank you, Griff

    The Armchair HistorianThe Armchair Historian3 yıl önce
    • Watching your past videos, don't necessarily study history but there very helpful

      3DWaffles3DWaffles3 aylar önce
    • No offense, dude, but your videos tend to be a little quiet. Again, I don't mean that to be ugly or unkind.

      Travis ReedTravis Reed3 aylar önce
    • @The Armchair Historian I think neglecting to mention her was fair because, whilst she was an excellent nurse who did great work, Nightingale pioneered modern nursing.

      Tommy ScottTommy Scott7 aylar önce
    • @marco m people tend to forget the black figures

      Vignesh SajithVignesh Sajith7 aylar önce
    • You shouldn't have the music anyway.

      RonJohn63RonJohn63Yıl önce
  • Who was here after the new Crimean war video was released

    Big DeeBig DeeAylar önce
  • There are a lot of butt hurt russians in here...

    WulfWulfAylar önce
  • Why no discussion on rifled muskets, Minni Ball, or other precursors to The American Civil War?

    Moxie MikeMoxie MikeAylar önce
  • Man this will be remastered

    România CountryballRomânia CountryballAylar önce
  • Man your quality of videos has really improved

    Who KnowsWho KnowsAylar önce
  • France and Britain in 1856: Russia, do not attack the Ottoman Empire Russia 22 years later : Guys, guess what

    Panda KoukPanda KoukAylar önce
  • Not strange that the russians feel besieged by the west. This assault is almost like a tradition in Europe. Not strange they don't trust the west. Even today the Turks are in Nato, when the Turks shouldn't be in Nato. Russia should be our ally not Turkey. Such a shame for Europe and the west

    El Txarro TxorraEl Txarro TxorraAylar önce
  • how pathetic... just to defeat Russia yall need 3 nations on 1.. Also.... a pointless war... should of allowed Russia to win and made History more fun for us ngl..

    ArtiomRYCArtiomRYC2 aylar önce
  • Funny how fast 'friendship' changed back then. Russia was allied with Britain and France in WW1 against the later's former ally, the Ottomans

    Miguel Rodriguez CiminoMiguel Rodriguez Cimino2 aylar önce
  • sad Mary seacol noises

    Nellmarie NaudéNellmarie Naudé3 aylar önce
  • When you sit in Sweden, rooting for the Russians to reconquer Constantinople.. That said, we missed an opportunity to reconquer Finland and the Baltics here. Although Sweden was very poor at this point in time.

    Erik SvenssonErik Svensson3 aylar önce
  • Nothing about the interesting Story of Mary seacole?!

    max samsonmax samson4 aylar önce
  • Y’all are forgetting Mary seacole

    Mateo RiosMateo Rios4 aylar önce
  • Can't believe you didn't mention Flashman. Also, look how far you've come!

    James SharpeJames Sharpe4 aylar önce
  • Hi. I from Sevastopol

    Даниил ЧукарёвДаниил Чукарёв4 aylar önce
  • This video is so old that he used to reply to comments

    I_ASED_II_ASED_I4 aylar önce
  • shame on you a disable person teaching a fake history, you will burned in hell for eternity.

    kostakis georgioukostakis georgiou4 aylar önce
    • Also how is it fake history?

      Dark MemesDark Memes2 aylar önce
  • Man even back then Russians didnt care about their men just threw them into the fire. Maybe if they had better generals/tactics they could have won.

    Brett KBrett K4 aylar önce
  • I know this is three years after the fact. Two small criticisms: Turn the music down, way down. And speak slowly. What's the rush?

    Red ShirtRed Shirt4 aylar önce
  • I could not understand anything because of the music.

    Ananya Imtiaz HussainAnanya Imtiaz Hussain4 aylar önce
  • As Ottoman Empire, the major power in central and eastern Europe throughout 16th and 17th centuries its utterly disappointing and shameful for us to become the sick man of Europe in less than 200 years

    Kaya GürcüKaya Gürcü4 aylar önce
  • После 2-й Мировой войны 10-мильонная Беларусь не досчиталась около 3-х мильонов своих жителей, однако околь 2-х миллионов были убиты еще до войны органами коммунистического НКВД. В Беларуси физически уничтожили 70 процентов всех белорусских писателей, убили ученых и художников. (Труппа Третьего Белорусского Государственного театра Владислава Голубка была арестована в полном составе. Почти все были расстреляны.) Убивали по национальному признаку. Ради этого был придуман ярлык "нацдем" (это значит - национальный демократ, хотя такой партии не существовало). Этот ярлык приклеивали ко всем белорусам, которых сталинисты планировали уничтожить. В недрах НКВД была придумана несуществующая антикоммунистическая организация СВБ ("союз освобождения Беларуси"). Под придуманный фантом энкавэдисты проводили аресты, вели воображаемое следствие, допрашивали, пытали, судили, потом ссылали в Россию и расстреливали невинных людей. После Рижского сговора в 1921 году Беларусь разделили между Польшей и Россией. Границу раздела провели недалеко от Менска. Существовал тайный приказ НКВД уничтожать всё белорусское население вдоль границы. Российские аккупанты хотели сделать здесь безлюдную зону. Уничтожение осуществляли пограничные войска. Довереным лицам выдавали винтовку и лопату. Когда такой солдат-пограничник встречал в безлюдном месте (на дороге, в поле, в лесу) одинокого белоруса или белоруску, или ребенка, он стрелял человека, тут же лопатой выкапывал яму и засыпал труп. Такова была инструкция. Люди в деревнях не так боялись "человека с ружьём", как солдата с лопатой. (Эти факты опубликованы в белорусской печати в начале 90-х годов.) В 30-х годах на 95-99 процентов (практически полностью) была уничтожена (сослана и расстреляна) белорусская коммунистическо-партийная и советская администрация. Уничтожали даже директорат и хозяйственных руководителей. На должности убитых администраторов и коммунистических начальников-белорусов присылали русских из России. Русские (так называемые "выдвиженцы") приезжали в Беларусь, занимали освобожденные должности, получали льготы, имущество, квартиры и первое, что они делали - закрывали белорусские школы, переводили их на русский язык, чтобы их дети могли учиться, не обременяя себя изучением, как они говорили, "никому ненужного" белорусского языка. Таким образом оккупанты создавали в Беларуси "русскоязычное население". Этноцид, лингвацид, мнемацид и геноцид проводзились большевиками одновременно. Уничтожение белорусов российским НКВД продолжалось и во времена немецкой аккупации. В июне 1941 года в первые дни войны коммунисты расстреляли в тюрьмах и на этапах тысячи заключенных. Только в Брестской крепости, где была страшная тюрьма НКВД, всех арестованных ликвидировать не успели, часть из них разбежалась. Тем временем большая группа надзирателей и функционеров НКВД была заблокирована в крепости немцами. Они сидели там около месяца, пока не вымерли. Лет через 20 после войны коммунисты придумали легенду о "героической обороне" Брестской крепости. Обращает на себя внимание тот факт, что широкое советское партизанское движение было организовано только в Беларуси и частично - на этнических белорусских землях, которые были в составе России (Смоленщина, Брянщина). В оккупированой России партизанского движения не было. Почему? Да потому, что продолжал действовать план уничтожения белорусской нации. Москва, используя органы НКВД, втянула массы гражданского белорусского населения в войну против немцев, и этим подставила белорусов под немецкий удар. Необходимое дело борьбы исходило из коварного замысла и осуществлялось подлыми методами. (Сталин хотел получить двойную выгоду.) Энкавэдисты специально около белорусской деревени убивали немца или делали другую провокацию, чтобы вызвать карательную операцию гитлеровцев (которые обычно сжигали всю деревню, чаще всего - вместе с людьми). Таким образом, кстати, в результате специальной провокации советских партизан была сожжена и известная Хатынь, которую коммунисты потом в 70-х годах разрекламировали на весь мир как типичную жертву фашистского зверства. В результате такой коммуно-фашистской совместной "работы" в Беларуси сожгли более 9 тысяч деревень. Москва не доверяла белорусам. Поэтому к концу войны, в результате специальной операции НКВД, многие белорусские командиры были посланы на смерть, отстранены от командования, убиты и репрессированы. Их места занимали русские, присланные из Москвы, и верные энкавэдисты. Летом 1944 года, когда "красная армия" заняла Беларусь, русские провели мобилизацию в армию на белорусской территории. Десятки тысяч молодых белорусских мужчин, почти без подготовки, бросили на передовую линию фронта. Русские командиры поднимали их в ненужные атаки под огонь немецких пулеметов, не дав даже оружия в руки, или с винтовками, но без патронов. Они гибли тысячами, как трава под косой. А те, что бежали назад, попадали под пули энкавэдистских "заградотрядов". Впрочем, заградотряды стреляли и в спину. Так продолжалось уничтожение белорусов на войне, руками немцев и русских одновременно. Как говорили коммунисты, "в борьбе за советскую родину". В 40-х годах русские вывезли в Сибирь и там замучили всех лесников и так называемых "кулаков" из Западной Беларуси. Вывозили вагонами, по разнорядках.

    Adam RadziwillAdam Radziwill5 aylar önce
  • Okay video but the numbers are bullshit, Russian casualties were not nearly as high

    Lucius ArtoriusLucius Artorius5 aylar önce
  • 160 years later Russia takes Crimea from Ukraine.

    Grayson TGrayson T5 aylar önce
  • So glad I found your channel. I subscribed and watched the ads to show appreciation to this awesome vid.

    Cathe Travel AdventuresCathe Travel Adventures5 aylar önce
  • At least we got a kickass iron maiden song out of this war

    GrimmonthaGrimmontha5 aylar önce
  • Russia imperium, turkey orcs, france dark eldar, britain chaos. Sevastopol - Cadia

    Capitan BlackCapitan Black5 aylar önce
  • Mate what I don’t get is, how did the Crimean War contribute to the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire 🤔 In fact it’s the total opposite, the Crimean war made the Ottomans a European power rather then a Muslim enemy on the borders to Europe. Turkish diplomats now would sit on the same table as the french, British, Austrians, Russians or Prussians.

    mehmetalipasamehmetalipasa5 aylar önce
  • I hate how every Crimean war video talks or mentions Florence Nightingale but doesn't mention or talk about Mary Seacole.

    Titan ProdactionsTitan Prodactions5 aylar önce
  • Is it just me ,or do the French generals look the same.

    lilly zhonglilly zhong5 aylar önce
  • I died in this

    Jack ShshdJack Shshd6 aylar önce
  • Africans Supports Russia in the fight for global oeace

    CmmonwealthCmmonwealth6 aylar önce
  • can't hear anything you say with sfx and music on- who did the mixing? bad job

    AnthonyAnthony6 aylar önce
  • The music and sound effects are way to loud in comparison to your voice in many places!

    AdityaAditya6 aylar önce
  • RUSSIA?!

    A LinA Lin6 aylar önce
  • Hey, you should lower music sound and increase mic volume. There are time music overlap the speech volume...

    purple_stuffpurple_stuff6 aylar önce
  • crimean war was a wake up call for post wellington british military.

    doug marcusdoug marcus6 aylar önce
  • I felt the background music was a bit louder than the narration.

    Nikhilesh SurveNikhilesh Surve6 aylar önce
  • So basically these wars made all the technological advancements possible..niceee.. people needed some motivation to work harder..

    Vignesh SajithVignesh Sajith7 aylar önce
  • Battlefield Crimean War now that would be a good game

    Brad CoxonBrad Coxon8 aylar önce
  • Sevastopol wasn't 'taken', russians just retreated cuz... reasons

    Unemi RyuneUnemi Ryune8 aylar önce
  • Apparently volunteers from US also fought in the war from the Russian side.

    Nikhilesh SurveNikhilesh Surve8 aylar önce
  • 4:18 They kept the churches protected despite being the religion of the obvious enemy right near them, having integrity. But Russia did not respect that and wanted to go to war with them cause they wanted full dominance over the region. That's what it means. I don't know what language that treaty was signed in, so I don't know whether you mean "being morale" integrity (which is the one I just argued for), or "being undivided"integrity, which I would too believe doesn't make sense.

    MomentousCrazynoobMomentousCrazynoob8 aylar önce
  • Excellent series!

    William RomeroWilliam Romero8 aylar önce
  • In Victoria, Australia there is a suburb called Balaclava, a Main Street called Inkerman Rd, another called Alma Rd, and a small street called Crimea St., all in honour of this war.

    AnarchsisAnarchsis8 aylar önce
  • Nothing about looting bombing and burning of finnish ports :(

    Topias VillaTopias Villa8 aylar önce
  • 3 vs 1

    DJEDz TVDJEDz TV8 aylar önce
  • Ys, very good, but leave the music out please, it adds nothing and is distracting

    Paul ScottPaul Scott8 aylar önce
  • Y’all forgot Mary seacole

    Mateo RiosMateo Rios8 aylar önce
  • Nice video. Glad I know more about this war. Because I've only known bits n piece's up till now.

    Broken BridgeBroken Bridge9 aylar önce
  • I think it would be good to mention British and French forces being defeated in Solovets monastery and in petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy? Just to balance out the opposing sides and making the video less driven to one side

    Nikita GukassovNikita Gukassov9 aylar önce
  • I NEED HELP! I can't hear the audio very well and I have homework from this video. What are u trying to say in this part ( 0:58 ) It is famous.... Please can u help me?!

    Melody MMelody M9 aylar önce
    • it is famous for - "Charge of the Light Brigade " and then gives info about it ; you can read about it on wikipedia

      Antonii PavlovAntonii Pavlov5 aylar önce
  • Surprised there was nothing about Mary Seacole.

    Big Boy JBig Boy J9 aylar önce
  • Very well made video except for few details. Such as in part 1 were religion seems to be the major cause of the war while it was clearly a mere excuse and nothing more. And I find disappointing that you didn't mention the intervention of the Kingdom of Sardinia. Although it didn't give a very important contribute it is still worth a little since Piedmont involvement in the Crimea war is a fundamental step in the process of Italian unification

    Michele SantoliniMichele Santolini9 aylar önce
  • It's no SER VAST TO PAL It's SERV A STOPE ALL Can't watch this when you are calling it that

    Too Legit To QuitToo Legit To Quit10 aylar önce
  • В буржуйских роликах никогда не вспоминают про Камчатку и как пиздячек получили там и французы и британцы.

    Я НелицоЯ Нелицо10 aylar önce
  • Ottoman Empire once was strongest but now our lovely turkey 🇹🇷 didn't scared of anyone 😋 long live turkey 🇹🇷 long live Tayaab Erdogan sir

    Aaryan QureshiAaryan Qureshi11 aylar önce
  • The video is great, but I found one thing that is worth mentioning, namely - the act of Russian sailors, who’d deliberately get sunk their battleships in the Bay of Sevastopol in order not to allow allies fleet to get in. (The ships had had long masts so that it became impossible to get into the bay, since they literally blocked the entrance). This was the heroic act and the respect to it is expressed in the Monument to The Sunken ships in Sevastopolm

    ___GRIG ______GRIG ___11 aylar önce
  • Make a part 3

    Ramazan FodRamazan Fod11 aylar önce
  • Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to do and die. Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred.

    Arran ClarkArran Clark11 aylar önce
  • If you sum up all the casualties of French,Turkish, French vs Russians, you will see that the number is actually on par!!!

    Top SpotTop Spot11 aylar önce
  • I read the comments and no one understood that Turkey is the main loser. She was forced to give the Crimea)))

    sava oreloksava orelok11 aylar önce
  • trvision.net/detail/video-nmerMGv81Kc.html This is the real account of events. Read captions.

    dimatruedimatrueYıl önce
  • You forgot Mary seacole extra credits made a video about her

    The brave BoboThe brave BoboYıl önce
  • thanks for the 2nd half of the story ///

    johnbeechyjohnbeechyYıl önce
  • Subtitles?

    the diggerthe diggerYıl önce
  • Were You in a great hurry? Reporting a yearlong war in 5 minutes? Besides,native speakers tend to gnaw,spit and maim the words instead of speaking distinctly and carefully.They should undergo training,to make their speech enjoyable for non natives,or at least understandable.

    Peter PimPeter PimYıl önce
  • The Crimean war was fought between the Russian Imperial Empire against the Turkish Ottoman Empire and their allies: Meanwhile, Historical picture of ownership == Two countries want Crimea today, currently with a predominantly Russian population: Crimea from 2000 BC to 1 AD:: Crimea was ruled most likely by various Greek powerful kingdoms. Crimea from 1 AD to 800 AD == Crimea was most likely ruled by the Roman empire, and subsequent eastern Holy Roman empire of Roman era . Crimea from 800 AD to 1000 AD: Crimea was ruled by various Slavic tribes, such as Magyars, Bulgarians and BeloRusian Slavic tribes. Crimea from 1000 AD to 1783: Crimea was overrun by Islamic militants led by the Crimea - Khanate (Khan of Crimea), and had been a protectorate of the Ottoman empire who protected Crimean Tatars from hordes of attacking Cossack warriors and resistance Cossack fighters on horseback, in Crimea as well as other areas such as Kyiv. Some Tatars were re-settled into Crimea by the Ottoman empire. 1783 AD to 1791 AD == Crimea was ruled directly from Moscow by generals of Imperial Russia under Romanov Dynasty, after liberating those areas of Ottoman rule by Queen Catherine the Great of the Russian Federation. Croimea from 1791 to 1992 or so: Crimea was part of the Russian Federation after a population count in 1791 or earlier, though not directly ruled by the Romanov dynasty. Queen Catherine the Great, an ethnic German and Queen of Russian Empire made Crimea a part of Russia as the population of Crimea mostly wanted to be part of Russia as per a population count of 1791 or 1783 Crimea from 1954, to 1992,:with salaries of Town Hall employees and budget money, coming from Kyiv, instead of Moscow (Both villages were far away from Crimea). 1992 to 2014: Town Hall salaries of Crimea and budget money of Crimea kept coming from Kyiv, despite fall of communism. Crimea was an autonomous province within the Unified Russia. 1954 to 2014: Employees of mayors and town hall employees and municipal employees from Kyiv instead of Moscow. Khrushchev told visiting Crimeans in his Moscow office that he was innocent and that he never gifted Crimea from Russia to Ukraine: He says he requested or arm - twisted their MP's (Members of Polit-bureau =Soviet lawmakers) to change salary source of town hall employees of tiny Crimea from Moscow funds to Kyiv funds / coffers. It wasn't a gift, he said to the Crimean delegates. Former U.S. ambassador to UNO Nicki Nimrata Haley had asked Russia to vacate Crimea, as she thinks that it previously belonged to Turks and Tatars from 1000 AD to 1783. In response, Russian ambassador, Mr BaldMan, may have asked Mrs. Haley and husband to vacate the western hemisphere, as it belonged to native Americans for 783 years, he sez. Who is right is anybody's guess, in this small Russian majority province of Crimea.

    John Snow KumarJohn Snow KumarYıl önce
  • What happened to the video about effects of the Crimean war?

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