What the europeans did for their own history

In the years following the fall of the Berlin Wall, Europeans began to make a living from their own memories.

With the rise of Facebook and YouTube, they were able to share their own stories and memories of their lives, even if the memories were of a bygone era.

In an interview with The New York Times, French filmmaker and historian Jean-Marc Blanchard shared how he created a new version of the “Hansa Tapes” documentary series to chronicle the story of the europes rise to global power.

His first film, “The Rise of the Europes Power” (2000), premiered in 2007, but it’s since become a staple in history classrooms and popular documentaries, as the documentary focuses on the rise and fall of countries around the world.

It’s a great way to introduce a new generation to history, but the series is far from perfect.

Here’s what we learned from the documentary.