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BBC Motion Gallery: CBS News

BBC Motion Gallery: CBS News Do your project-making students needs a video clip of the Challenger explosion, the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Vietnam war protestors, or just about any significant event of the past 50 years? They can find all of this and much much more at this wonderful repository of
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BBC Motion Gallery: CBS News


Do your project-making students needs a video clip of the Challenger explosion, the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Vietnam war protestors, or just about any significant event of the past 50 years? They can find all of this and much much more at this wonderful repository of clips from the archives of CBS News. Clips may be downloaded and, under Fair Use practices, used in any not-for-profit classroom project.

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