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10 Colorized Videos That Bring American History to Life 🏛️ Smithsonian Channel

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Using digital colorization technology, these clips — from Prohibition to the moon landing — bring American history to life.

0:00 – Intro to 10 Colorized Videos
0:23 – 1920s: Prohibition Drives Drinking Underground
2:40 – 1920s: Iconic Skyscrapers Go up in Manhattan
4:48 – 1930s: FDR Runs for Office
7:09 – 1930s: Einstein Seeks Sanctuary in the U.S.
9:03 – 1930s: ‘Gone with the Wind’ Premieres
11:45 – 1940s: Japanese-Americans Are Forced into Internment Camps
14:20 – 1960s: America’s 1st Televised Presidential Debate
16:56 – 1960s: The Freedom Riders Protest the Segregated South
20:16 – 1960s: MLK Jr. Marches in Birmingham
22:04 – 1960s: The Moon Landing is Televised

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