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stream hunger waiting in vain for the drought to end. all right, that's all for now, but please do stay tuned. our doc film program is next presenting the longest voyage. how magellan global circumnavigation, 500 years ago, changed the way humanities all the world. and don't forget, you can always get all the latest news in headlines on our website. it's g w dot com and do check out our twitter and youtube pizzas. while i'm here until in berlin, thanks for joining us. and we're interested in the global economy. our portfolio d w. business. beyond here, the closer look at the project,
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our mission to analyze the fight for market dominance. get a step ahead with d. w. business beyond who ah ah. as they reached the wide south sea, which i believe no other vessels have sailed across before they entered it.
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an magellan seeing that dry land was north changed course towards that large and unknown sea. they sailed with favourable winds, but they never saw any land. only water and sky everywhere. ah ah, ah. somebody gland, sylvia alondo, i thought the circumnavigation men saw the world in a completely different way because it was a smaller world. at the seas were regarded as very dangerous places inhabited alone
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by monsters for and they were surrounded by land type that they were places to avoid. for their deny, magellan is a jewish figure in the history of global circum navigation is he was a formidable officer, was performed now who shall services for the portuguese crown and the meeting that accomplished a great explorer who gained a huge amount of expediency. expeditions on the other side of the world with you and i called you today. hello deluxe will be regarded as a successful entrepreneur. india is at yahoo, but i'm in. but in the middle known like a danish burden on magellan was a classic representative of the portuguese minor gentry. or do you do not? but he came from northern portugal, woodville and lived at a time of increasing portuguese presence in the indian ocean, which bus. so he was a nobleman and an officer usa and a person of his time it when a time of evolution year, a time of change to him. and he adapted himself to that change with,
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generally speaking, in the 16th century, the challenge for explorers was to find out what the world was likely mountain. it is. well, the spring or jiggle in spain were basically competing with each other. but that would be the treaty of troy to see us, he set down the rules of the game. this was one of the 1st time that a diplomatic treaty was signed up to avoid a war with gary rather than after a violent conflict. those items equal dislike, it's being stored, leaving. see grandma had the look at will cut out what she got emma slain. vince wanted to open a maritime route to india and this ice island now part of indiana latoya gonna see a lot more of a malacca. we're a veritable paradise for spice us. if you it was the only place to find clothes, but the rarest him was expensive. spice of all open loss is 50 years in a monthly basis for the most profitable commodity of the transition from medieval times to the modern age. so much if you wanted to make
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a fortune yolando you had to trade in spices of anthony while i yes, the sooner said he goes to gales a meal gives you the portuguese had already reached monica, and today's malaysia shand advanced as far as them a lucas division and 50 no 9 new magellan was already in this part of the world. josh valesh the bought duel. i told l i p as in mary don, i said that you are going spanish maritime expeditions setting sail westwood in search of the spice islands in boys encountered an impossible continental land mass . no, america would add a glen table to find the passage linking the atlantic ocean with the pacific and alone, people going out again. if you go down the man again, i had gibbons planned to look. he's a passage between the oceans, was the same as that of columbus to reach in lamar by sailing west santos, that after more than 20 years. they still haven't found it. and the portuguese are bringing pepper a spanish. i had to hurry up and find a new more efficient trading, routed glock of portuguese monopoly on the spice trade. but over the portuguese
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tang, this project made no sense firstly, because the regions had already been reached by the eastern escape route was used. and secondly, because he didn't want to compromise the treaty toward the c english as a case of magellan, went to spain and became a subject of carlos the 1st name a domain don't get time deville was evolving into a cosmopolitan city, when many foreigners came to make money, which was the city of maternity drapes, mana, and my farris e. my magellan found a cosmo, prefer someone who can supply his project with the necessary scientific county graphical knowledge. i posterior pro magellan and his navigator refill arrow offered to provide proof that the ma lucas were within the castilian demarcation as agreed at the treaty of tore to see us and that they would find a route to get there other than the one used by the portuguese, through a straight that they knew for omega gauge. adenine,
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magellan had already traveled to india during these trips slow by studied cartography with francisco, alameda, alphonso albuquerque, did he gained crucial no arguments by which he basically handed over to portugal, arch rival spain. portugal tried to stop the expedition, thought his, please them the vigour elissa will. and elizabeth were the control centers of the seafaring races between spain and portugal. it would go all humans could do. obviously, any information obtained by either side was a closely guarded secret. what about that global zeal committed by a fierce casual present it? let him lead whitaker play of it. it's astonishing to see the similarities with the arms race and the space race between the former soviet union and the united states . and canada brother has really done it in both cases. it was about military dominance, you political and military prestige. and of course,
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financial interests. i don't understand. it is currently with, by the time we get to the 20th century with the mass knowledge about the world, it's matt. we know it's land and water masses, you know, and the new frontier is face a premier for the 1st milestone has attained in 1957 when the soviet union launch. what does it but one? it became the 1st artificial satellite put into space to orbit the earth vienna. that was a crushing blow for the united states. socially up there were several more milestones after that. the 1st human being to travel to space another so beat union success story in the form of astronaut eureka, jeremy, and further humiliation for the us that your foot is actually it was president kennedy who set a deadline of less than a decade to get to the lonely pope was out there,
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reco shop that meant doing things faster before the other superpower got there, shouted on, doesn't addressable, did it with me. so it was it risky. mission where justice magellan is, was asked 500 years ago. but we found that when in many dangerous arms, unexpected events, events, english, but i had a feeling during the cold war and audio the space race was one of the major conflicts between the 2 superpowers, the united states and the former soviet union. actually in the case of magellan and la cano 2 very also, there were 2 superpowers that divided the world up between themselves. anya, one of them, of spain dealer was even planning to compete against the other naval superpower. portugal went up to her. i entered co shahida as you can from the gel and managed to hire many supporters, relatives, and acquaintances. yours bought the spanish crown, also made shorter would have sufficient loyal followers on board. among them, officers like one they got diana, fyodor school was wondering if the printer but it good in the you to ensure that all orders would be followed garbage for soup for school. but he,
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he was her cousin gillian was the only captain general. so there had to be some one on hand to control him to a certain extent, eliminate the number o one. the katerina was appointed coo commander, as both men had to reach agreement over every important decision when it got gwinnett, although magellan retained slightly more authority as sole hamilton general. any of this was a source of friction. you've got to go to copy, dan canada. yes, he couldn't come frito. and as we know the relationship between magellan and caught, the hannah wasn't easy interested. blunders, bosco's comfort, others, others among the bask spanish section of the crew, hired for the expedition. we find one's them asked dan o'connell. yes, he was the master of one of the 5 expedition ships. lincoln concepcion, as soon as ship master. he was responsible for navigation and maintenance. i'm actually military. he was the most senior person on board with his it was often said that al gonna was a fugitive from justice. that he'd only joined the expedition to escape punishment
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of it. he had sold a ship to a foreign country, which was illegal at the time, is considered illegal, is member of income, no was descended from a family of maritime traders who sailed the seas in search of riches for glory, cumberland ana, eleanor elma, of is it. ready mister, the spanish people didn't want to work his crew ladles and many foreigners signed up for the will to, despite that tooth, is it the entire thing? we're spaniards. that is the remaining 3rd made up of foreigners, mainly from italy and portugal. you both wish i don't know what to do. it um, as well as sailor elizabeth magellan slee angelica that rekey of malacca was also on board mariani. he spoke malay language spoken across the entire region. when will i use a he was years as a translator, b. c. l at alaska denise had toys with
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looked about. the reservations for the trip began immediately after the signing of the expedition contract in via the lead. on the 22nd of march 1518. the came instructed his treasurer as to quit keep a few or 5 vessels for economy expedition. yes, i don't know. be on the line that they need after the flagship, trinidad, with surgeon and magellan, as captain. that's on the san antonio with captain klondike. katerina lacked the concepcion captain, flag hispanic asada, like the victoria left civilian captain to buy louise damon doretha. on the santiago her captain was one santano. ah! on the 10th of august 1519, the fleet with everything necessary on board, announced its departure from the port of seville with a salvo. on
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the 20th of september, we left san lucas sailing south west and on the 26th. we reached one of the canary islands called 10 aretha. we stopped there for 3 days to take on meet water and firewood. marian as he yo. after leaving the canary islands, magellan followed an unexpected route, hugging the coast of africa. the strange route when the tensions in the spanish captain's and magellan really matter, led to fears that magellan was heading for a portuguese colony and an african man is heavy to heed out at luna cordelia port to louis hang africa. not 11 in 3 miles you initially the relationship between magellan and al cannel seemed cordial, but it became more difficult once they set sail for if you do not have k farrakhan . maryland is the yankee that magellan should have given the other full captains, advanced warning of the planned route. that route took us,
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but he didn't. if and only 3 of them is yet a hen asked you, why have you changed course weirder. we had ambled whitfield legged and show vehicle magellan knew how to avoid the home conditions and find the winds to take him to the coast of brazil mean fees. so it was clear that open at this point janet caught the hannah didn't always agree with magellan. again uses in gala carter, hannah accused him of taking the wrong route protocol. absolutely, like magellan asserted his authority and overall command. good as well to regarding the finish was automate. lot of these will die. the king's orders were also unequivocal. at the end of the day, only the captains had to salute magellan and know could be danny it's i'd rather see after that voyage from the canary islands to brazil took around $75.00 day authority. they read that paradise like bay with calm waters
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borders with intensely green plants. here we stocked up on many hens, potatoes, sugar, kernan, and meat. we bartered things to our advantage for a hook or a knife. they gave us 5 or 6 hens, or a comb to geese for a small mirror, enough fish for 10 people to eat. they really liked brazil as you, but they sailed on towards the side of each month had passed since they had left seville. on the low cost to handle till america could see it. they followed the coast line of south america, which had already been explored by the expedition led by juan the as this elisa until they reached the rio that atlanta. they from that point on the coastline hadn't been mapped and they were quite literally sailing into the unknown of young every bay and, and let had to be thoroughly explored in case it was the passage they were looking
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for a boat. she said, what are they in boss o? gamelon was gunmen and you must have way out it whether got worse and worse in the winter was setting in on dunlab magellan decided to make a stop and obey and had a natural harbour what he named it's on holly on a m all portal. his uncle yan realizing they were in for the long haul, magellan issued orders that the food be distributed carefully so it would last longer. it was very cold and there was no hope of finding the end of that dry land, nor the passage to the other seat. they were seeking it in an orderly. magellan remained in sun wholly on harbor for 148 days, and no one understood why he stayed there for so long. august on it, that logic had been so me. doubts began to mount over magellan ability to lead such a long voyage. o h o is i don't reject all the captains
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of the other 4 ships plotted to assassinate captain magellan. the plot was uncovered. one man was dismember, and another stabbed to death. with us we've got o janos courses in italy. magellan wanted him hang along with 40 others, but he decided again what dunst o'clock is we to go because he needed the manpower to live. there is no to leave without a y. jelena didn't have the authority or social status to have that one day caught . the hannah killed is the only the king we could order his execution. but magellan could no longer trust him beach carter. hannah and the ship's bishop were arrested . it command of spanish on the island li, nebraska. another misfortune
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befell us there. the santiago, which had sailed ahead to shore to scout the area, was wrecked in the shoal. however, all the crew miraculously survived. the crew remained at the site for 2 months to salvage the wreckage and the goods that the sea tossed up on the beach from time to time. yet to plunder than i was healthy, a crew of december day was distributed among the remaining 4 shelter. subtle now which then sail diana jo on yom which of yes from there it took them just 2 days to reach a case and they named it the case of the $11000.00 the virgin. grandma told us all they needed that us on fame is written as they would later discover. okay, this cape marked the start of the strait of magellan. it gonna kill him. not knowing what it was we were entering. we sailed 5 leagues up it until nightfall. the crew firmly believed that the strait had no exit to the west. and in
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a spiritual flash glory, the currents were extremely strong in this straight. and there were many islands and channel as they got. it was very difficult to navigate in the mine when i started it. also, the weather was very volatile, with strong winds. wind up very quickly. i'm done muscle. and halfway through the strait, they encountered of course with no indication which was the right path to choose. so to be asked, magellan sent an advanced party of 2 ships located at the san antonio and the concepcion. now san antonio eagles at the of the helms men of the san antonio took advantage of the dark night to turn back the crew overpowered the captain, put him in chains and sailed back to spain. then
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captain general magellan gave orders to look for them everywhere. nobody else about the san antonio was too far ahead. they had no choice what to say along without him . i let me yoga. proceed noon. ah. the sailors on the recognizance boat came back on the 3rd day and told us that they had seen the cape where the st ended and that a great sea could be seen. the ocean. we all burst into tears of joy and very soon we named it the pacific ocean. was yen fussy, who at all the pacific ocean was uncharted territory. is that it? that's why magellan had been seeking romanella maritime routes, their addition. so i married, undertaken for financial reasons, became as lion terrific expedition. because i mean, we just deliveries when amazed,
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staring magellio, it turned out to be as great talk to them, chat love into it, and we thought that we can feel it something it was a pleasing, coincidentally, that centuries later. if one of the astronauts who made the 1st ever moonlight splashed down into the pacific on their return to earth through august was of the 4 days earlier. if it were, mankind had succeeded in setting foot on another world, be shot humans on the mount open. she, you'll be hit, wasn't historical milestone only distorted is what the united states ahead in its space race against the soviet union earlier
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than i am. but if he goes in, if you will, they exited the magellan straight free and entered the open waters of the pacific. either behind them out magellan quickly set sail to the north in a bid to leave this cold and rugged latitude behind and seek out areas with more favourable weather strongly mamma waiting them look at this point. they were already short on food or get la. this is because the san antonio antonio ship, that had deserted lot latin that was on its way back to spain by java was the larger ship supplying the fleet from us by now. what was left was strictly ration with the fuel and i can find the water we were forced to drink, was putrid, and stank. very often, the only food we had to eat was sawdust. even rats so disgusting for men. became such an expensive delicacy that each one went for half
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a do caught we sailed for 3 months and 20 days with no fresh food to eat. i do not think any person in the future will venture to set off on a similar journey. and then a man on the top sail cried land land. we were all so happy we thought those who concealed their joy must be mat awesome. lo longer, they eventually reached in alarm. i did well, which they named island of theodore. we'd have to live rice magellan wanted to take on provisions, but it wasn't possible because the islanders would come on board our ships to rob us. and we were unable to stop them. campbell,
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who put his olive garden on magellan felt compelled to show his lord was assaulted purdue furious. the captain went ashore with a group of armed men. they burned down 40 or 50 houses, as well as many canoes. 7 men were killed in douglas to feel close. the situation in guam was so tense they decided to sail on it. although they could have started up on fresh food unless you know, a little bit of what had been decided sailing from guam, the fleet made shoes, detours in the direction of the ma lucas mean off on moral gas it. but in the it looked as though magellan might have intended for sale through regions with undiscovered island, is in a later claimed them for himself or his descendants, as a way of boosting his profit daily basil if and anthea, i won't the boy. and if it is done not, then they hear about
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a city called c boob and head their angels willis as you learn how you use it when the wheel and chillin was enthralled by the islands lush vegetation which with and when he saw the natives wheel, especially the king thick old chains round their nets. he said, always this is the place where i want to stay and see to the lawyer mchuga. mm. magellan sent one of his assistance with enrique, the interpreter as ambassador to talk to the king of c boone. when they arrived in the village, they found a king surrounded by a crowd. frightened by the sound of the barrage, the interpreter began by coming down the king, telling him that it was our custom. and the din was nothing but a friendly salutation of peace. to honor the king as well as the island.
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that put every one at ease is settled, kill him, but you should night we're at the point of transition between the middle eighties and the modern ale, child woman believe adam the magellan himself. it was the perfect embodiment of this generational magazine gotten wound to play. i killed though he was a military man at 1st and foremost, i won't kill you all. he was also hugely curious about all aspects of maritime travel and trade. nichoela gurgled joetta. and this time, old religion was the last resort that every one could claim to wrench winter. consequently, religious rituals were often part of the daily routine on these long trips you twice for we shall school as fool bristle nieces here our people were very joyful. the people of cebu also seemed happy. the king of the island and his wife became
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christians after only a little persuasion. and in less than a fortnight, over $10000.00 people on this island became christians. all recalling 2 jewish were all magellan. it was important to convert a future pardoner to christianity y'all. lord king home. up on me. he wanted to strengthen a bond of loyalty friendship, an alliance with a powerful ally. little's leo. by any shall ye wolf, magellan wanted to develop a good relationship with king whom a bond with a view to perhaps sealing an alliance with the king of castiel and claiming he blew for spain. rusty i go for mar, up out of it. a magellan had agreed with king carlos the 1st on it that he'd be the governor of all the islands. he might find on his journey. they last year last april, the 8 i'd and gone up. okay. okay. my yet much evelyn wanted to be a traditional noble and lumpy what very wealthy with servants and subordinates and
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you live us. i use it comes put here to buy in the n danielle, they gained an ally on the boy, a trading partner to exchange its products for their seams. but they also inherited a new partners in old enemies novel. yet the king of c, boone was quite happy to be converted to christianity without gaining any thing in return. what he did gain was the obedience of lords on the surrounding islands. the captain ordered the lords to be brought before him. he told them that if they did not obey the king of cebu, he would order their execution and confiscate their properties. based with this threat, all the lords promised to recognize his authority. vedo vin on him bro, i am one lord on a nearby island, continues to cause problems refusing to obey mcellen's orders without the last interview at about noon. only one law had the arrogance
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not to come. when he was summoned, his name was lapi labo and he lived on a small island north of c boot called mountain. insulted, magellan made a public announcement that the offense would be avenged. a man who ran an enterprise of such importance had no need to prove his power. the mission of his fleet was more important. magellan assembled 40 men and headed for muck town on small boats. the king of c booth warned him not to fight the king of c bu went with 2000 armed men just to watch the battle. the captain general had ordered them to be spectators and watch us fight wagon. his magellan disembarked his villa, his legs were unprotected sex unit, a spaniard body armor didn't you on the legs, a black velvet modems and when the oven there were 1500
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islanders. as soon as they sauce, they charged us making a terrible noise. 2 battalions attacked on our plank and a 3rd from the front. feeling confident that they out numbered us, they threw swarms of spears at us, sticks, stones, even soil, and we struggle to defend ourselves. when the natives realised that their blows to our heads and bodies did not hurt us because of the armor, but our legs were unprotected. they threw arrows, spears and stones at our legs. as they knew our captain magellan, most of the attacks were directed at him. ah,
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that's how our guiding might. our pillar died. that was the only that it got his medical to wait on my janice instead of a charismatic leader such as magellan and when we took his jeopardize the entire expedition to somebody he austin was used for emily. one as soon as he was gone to listen to the point that the crew now didn't know what to do next, so they knows how to be in a coma continuum. for lambert bit after magellan death, a group of men who had been loyal to magellan took over the leadership of the expedition gillespie. the king of sabrina invited them to a banquet, the king of mac tan rally the other local rulers, and issued
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a threat to the king of say, bu go. you don't get rid of the spaniards? no, we'll get rid of you any more. the d i will go to captains and 25 crewmen attended the banquet on 1st. they were assassinated, massage and got on a flat panel was said can didn't goofy. that's how i think a theta was winded and didn't who either which but most who did attend died. yeah. you see can the amazon right. i mean guy and that's when the terror sent in as usual, they'd already lost their captain general meyer. yeah, most of the expeditions leaders were dead. they were afraid of being killed with an arrow. they're suffering a shipwreck during the night warning or been betrayed over the bay. and i need a gun in the in a moment on, i guess i'll in they, they, if they will, as they fled, see blue following this treachery on. they realised there weren't enough sailors for their 3 ships nowadays. so they had to get rid of one, they sat there say to it,
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it was common practice to sacrifice the ship in the worst condition. but other provisions could then be distributed to voyage continues to suggest gave them the concepcion so it wouldn't fall into the hands of the portuguese or any other seafaring nation. crew members within reassigned to the remaining 2 ships. trinidad and the victoria 930 ah ah i say if you are, i am from that point on confusion ranged a little door. so they were headed for some islands on the equator. la. that's all they knew like well or yes or no. so i mean is that they don't even know their exact position when done
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located. they decided to set sail for them, or lucas, whichever way he about me this moment, thought they would board any ship they encountered on the high soonest, to ask how to get there. if there was any one who knew the route, he would be taken along on board alone, let alone. and that's how they managed to reach them. a lucas within a month in his plan. they mean on the, on the moral guessing was gentlemen, let me explain it. and in victoria, with the only she asked that, realised the expeditions goal yet, i reached malackle 2 years after leaving seville. eat, gabriella? once they got there, they looted the 2 vessels up with spice on this part of the car who was for the king and part of it for the crew that will about it. we were well received, we did everything we could to do business with them. and we spent many days loading
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the ship in. yeah. please, wanda odus to fill the whole eggs on the loo canada and had immediately to spain in the upcoming opinion. on saturday, december 21st 1521. everything was ready for us to leave the monarchs of them, a lucas came to say good bye. the sales of the victoria were unfurled 1st and she sailed off shore, where she waited for the trinidad, which raised anchor with difficulty. the sailors realized there was a leak. they could hear water flowing in faster and faster as if through a pipe. we couldn't see where it was coming in. avenue. yes, it is fullness. trinidad was sinking in both of his latest. i get deleted. she'll be hung. i didn't sales this elaine with jealousy, the victoria, to report that to the king and that they had to reagan, the spice island in some i may have observed that he did humble, that plan was to sail back in a westerly direction would have so that was the portuguese roots,
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if they were caught though that would be the end of the bumper thinking me, see, let me see other a few people. it took 3 months to cross the pacific ceiling across the indian ocean to cape verde, through the atlantic ocean, where it took almost 5 people, 5 months without going through orders. his clothing collisions, dorothea seattle . they wanted to go ashore, but they couldn't because the cliffs were to stamp and the wind was driving them against the rocks. if a ship is pushed against the shore line for the wind is usually the end in a very dangerous situation with israel monthly goes. we sailed for months and months with no rest. during that time we lost 21 men.
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israel guilford horserace under the gun captain by one sebastian o'connor. i was to victoria under 26 months voyage through partially unchartered waters. i'm looking for finally arriving back at santa hooker. that was the greatest nautical achievement of this expedition. so never before had any one sealed such a huge distance up over 3 different oceans without stopping. it was truly a ruin. law is lug around the system. on saturday, the 6th of september, we entered the bay of sun luke out of the 60 men that made up the crew. when we left the mo lucas, only 18 survived, and most of them were sick. ah ah, well next he done. the moly, it was
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a tremendous success. he almost as many unknown ladies had been discovered info from 2nd, but the death toll was she, chairman. if you think about it, when you do wonder, wasn't it well then? and there's so many dac isn't what that's for history to say, leslie olivia a little little besides, she had a different story to tell that. alas, we know only one managed to sail around the world and make it to saying, no wonder the victoria now don't get on. i thought you essays, they said the money they on the 6th of september 1522. they finally arrived and saw
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look oddly about it. i made up your alley. that's when elk arno wrote to the king to report his arrival time. we won a time when it's a wonderful short letter that briefly lists all the achievements of the expedition to either of those i am most outstanding was to have completed the 1st circum navigation of the globe. one of your greatest success at this boy. it was perhaps that it provided the 1st actual proof that the earth is round. y'all look here. so the letter means globe oldham was in the wake of this coiled funeral collapse, and maritime roots underwent a drastic change owner. the uncles were you look at the columbus expedition, had enabled the mapping of america's atlantic coast. but he hadn't sailed south towards brazil was healed to what magellan expedition allowed. the mapping of large areas of the pacific new countries were also discovered. yeah. which greatly expanded our perception of the world on blue norman men. i, you'll get what else it. the seasons,
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magellan and o'connell can't be understated squawk, not only for few tricks, additions, but also the challenges facing scientific exploration deutschen prudence. frankscalsky s. s. the v. as in pretty glad on this voyage of scientific knowledge and exploration were of paramount importance. if you go you seals without this knowledge, the progress isn't possible. senior screen cement and without scientific progress, we can't understand the world. feared old twitter far too much to overcome the middle, if i will for later i began in the mediterranean social, then we cross the oceans and now we're exploring space. i can see a human constant there who are perpetually searching for new horizons. new experiences, new fields of expansion. assume you he could. i'd say that 500 years ago magellan opened a gateway, a gateway to a new world and exploration. buddhism and that's gateways being open at the center
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. please glue sure it's motivated us to keep exploring. to launch satellite in place, pray daily to map the mouth and the moon, he adams alone. that was the starting point. and for as gateways a plan here and will never clim. how can i get, my sure, is she me or the number one in my view, magellan was voyage, can become a haired with a potential future event. people here i would, for example, with us traveling through a worm, whole border all. now imagine that one day, the president of the united states, mr. russian scientists, leaders who proves the fold and universal by and warm healthy earrings folder percent on the scientists shows the president the location of a worm, whole house that was on the president of n orders. nasa to send 5 spi ships with the best astronauts to fly into the worm hole and as i'm and if they disappear without a trace. and one day after 3 years, one of the species returns with just a comma survivors on board. when the east survivors tell of a world what is a far cry from her,
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we might have imagined it. this would change our perception of the universe eloquence in precisely the same way as el condos return of changed. our perception of the world is the same story. 5 ships, a 239 people on board set sail on an adventure that he might not survive them. the loos that did changed. humanity's view of the world. you know, my, my distinguished highness. you need to know that only 18 men made it back and only one of the 5 vessels that your highness sent out to discover the spice islands. with captain fed and on magellan. god rest his soul. as your highness, sailing westbound and coming back east bound. we have discovered and gone around the whole world. ah.
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parched soil. as far as the i can see in east africa, millions of people are suffering from famine and drought. in their desperation,
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farmers are slaughtering their weakened animals. if it does not rain soon, their livelihood will be lost forever. global 3000 in 30 minutes on d, w. e. go africa and you can only protect what you know is the motto for now maybe as to rev conservation is as many people know are too little about these animals and doesn't get in group of keith. and when they see and it was, for example, if you can use an infant, the giraffe conservation foundation wants to change this eco africa in 90 minutes on d. w. oh, you will get an architect, go all in or not at all women in architecture. why are they so
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invisible to the larger public? we decided to ask them, messes, and what is the poetry? the secret of the house i'm housed about, their struggles and dreams. if the responsibility is hugely has so much, de leon, shattering the glass ceiling. women in architecture, this will just have to be really, really good. start september 30th on d, w. ah, this is did up your news, and these are our top stories. the united nations nuclear watchdog is calling for security zone to be established run ukraine's epa region nuclear power plant. the i . e. a says the current situation is untenable.


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