The History of North America: Every Year

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EmperorTigerstar : Finally finished. Next stop is a new video over the entire history of Oceania.

Ollie Bye : Nearly all the regions have been done now :)

george bicho : Es el primer video de historia anglosajón que realmente sabe de historia del Imperio Español. Enhorabuena

Dougy : Spain and Russia met and no one is saying anything.

Jake Mapping : History of 'Murica

Soar-ed Recreational : Was Spain trying to push Russia out of Alaska?

William short Film : France really had the most at one point.

Harrison Shone : It's sad knowing that my country has thousands of years of history that we'll never know about because the Natives never developed writing.

Alpha Beta : I like how the Netherlands are coloured orange

Jonathan Gonzalez : And that's why English and Spanish are the 2nd and 3rd most spoken languages in the world.

GalacticPenguinTV : Excellent work as always!

Rizky Aiman : I think I have weird boner watching the states creation

xSayresthx : I'm gonna need to ask about that random Knight's of Hospitaller settlement...

Kim Jong un : Spain grew a lot during the 15th century

GottaPaytheTrollToll : Why does literally every comment section turn into a festering tumor filled with culture/race wars and name calling? Seriously, this is an informative history video, not a high school cafeteria. Have some class.

Smeetheens : What was going on with the Kalmar Union in the Hudson Bay in the 1400s?

Exalted Naava : US: Wouldn't it be cool if... we were, like, really big? Mexico: pls no

Miguel Benitez : 0:48 Norway: Uh... Hello?

FNXVassili : Glory Spain!!

Liz Morrissey : Fantastic map. Is there a reason you didn't colour Teotihuacan?

Madball NY : 2:53 WOWWW SPAIN!!!! INSANE

Jaime Jiménez : I saw several mistakes. It doesn't show the Adam onys treaty between Spain and USA of 1819. The biggest mistake is that México is not an unitary state. You show the creation of the States in USA and the Provinces in Canada but skipped the creation of the 12 mexican states after its independence (Mexico started with 19 states = 31 states)

Dutchy : when New York was still New Amsterdam feelsbadman *Goes back to smoking weed, riding bycicles and arresting Kebab Ministers kek*

Matteo Liuzzi : Wow! Spain was strong!!!! Almost all a continent for just one little country. Awesome! !!

cubankid1959 : Spain= the fire nation

Nationalist From Canada : Why did Spain not take last of Maya til the late 1600s?

Яков Финкельштейн : We Russians should have claimed modern California/Oregon/Washington state territory

foranyen : thought experiment: turn entirety of mexico into a giant canal

n64wilbert : You left out Mexican states and various rebellions like Yucatan and Rio Grande

Fatiga Maxima Total : Aztec empire: Our colonization is slow but it's effective. Spain: Hello.

Nonconvex Great Rhombicosidodecahedron : Lol Japan took an island

Lupus : Just a little mistake: The Panama Canal zone was officialy abandoned by American soldiers in december 31st, 1999. Although it's a wonderful video and it's really accurate. Thanks for this excellent content

Griggs Gibs : 1:23 natives: come fite me 1v1 spain spain: uwotm8 USA: hold my beer

Jack Sample : First map to have data on Greenland

Francisco Calvache : America is a continent.

Lok Shin : 1498 where the plague came from................

Dominic the Defiant : Imagine if the Confederates won the American Civil war. That map would have been changing a lot more in the 1800s.

DŽEMFIXX axn : 2:47 Spain gett super strong #vamos_Eśpana

ServirLaPaix : And the french settlements in Florida??? :'/

Christian Alexander the Great : *VIVA ESPAÑA*

Historical Mapping : I'd like to say my video is the predecessor to this but I cannot lie! ;-) Great work as always!

Harrison Shone : Few people realize what a fascinating and rich history our beautiful continent has!

Bat Cat : Mexico have states

And So It Goes On : Thank you for adding the "Ongoing Wars" section. It makes it much easier to understand why the area is developing the way it is

Historicus : Very nice! Vermont declared independence from Britain and New York in 1777, and was an independent republic until joining the union 14 years later in 1791.

Michael Tansey : I thought Americans STOLE their land from the redskins? Looks hard won to me (lookin' at you liberals)...

Jesus Heberto Castro Maldonado : ¡Viva el imperio español!

Inspire6 : Is the Mexican drug wars still going on today? Is it more deadly than the Cola wars? (coke v Pepsi)

Boulangiste : Too bad we the French we're not that interested in the new world compared to the UK, during the 7 years war we ended up at 1 against 10 in America...Fortunately we helped the US get independance as a revenge hehe *laugh in sarcastic french*

Generation of Revenge : Hail Europa!