Achievements Videos

The extraordinary accomplishments of individuals and groups instruct and inspire, becoming legends in or across cultures.

Born on the 12th of February, in 1809, Abraham Lincoln was America's 16th president. For many people, this man with humble beginnings was the greatest...

Being U.S. President, during America's Civil War, required Mr. Lincoln to make difficult strategic decisions.

Shepard was the first American in space when he blasted off in a Redstone rocket on May 5, 1961.

While his father was still alive, Alexander (who was not-yet called "The Great") tamed a beautiful horse, called Bucephalas, whom no one else was able...

Alice Paul and Lucy Burns work hard to build their Congressional Committee.

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Protesting the treatment of women, and still advocating for women's suffrage by reminding President Wilson of his own words (applied in a different co...

The "Superb Lyrebird" is an extraordinary creature capable of astonishing feats, including hard-to-believe mimics of unexpected sounds.

Amelia Earhart tells us what it was like to be the first female to fly across the Atlantic. She took-off five years to the day after Lindbergh's trans...

This animated video depicts the three space telescopes which send back amazing pictures to Earth.

On the 15th of March, 1962, five research groups announced the discovery of anti-matter. What is anti-matter? Can scientists create it? Learn more in...

Apollo 11's Lunar landing is a dangerous mission without alarms going off. Getting close to the Moon's surface, the astronauts receive a program warn...

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