The present day term is derived from the Greek word “historia”, meaning inquiry or knowledge acquired by investigation. As a science it is concerned with the events that happened in the past. History preserves memory of these events, deals with the discovery of the past ones, collects and organizes them in a chronological fashion. The 5th century Greek historian Herodotus is today commonly recognized as the “father of history” along with his contemporary Thucydides.

As the result of the evolution of the science of history, different branches emerged with the purpose of thoroughly examining specific aspects of history such as religion, gender, military, environment, etc.

Since the 20th century there has been an ongoing debate concerned with the views on history. Some of the French historians associated with the Annales School argued that is a form of art, while others such as Fernand Braudel regarded it more as a social science. Contrary to these interpretations were the ones of the Marxist historians, who worked on the validation of Carl Marx`s theories. A somewhat different perspective on the matter was offered by the feminist historians such as Joan Wallach Scott or Claudia Koons considering the importance of studying the experience of women in the past.

The documentaries and video materials complied in this category are concerned with the matters of history and the factors that had influence on its very course.

Today we are celebrating Halloween by carving pumpkins and encouraging our children to dress up in scary costumes and go from door to door on a hunt for candy. See the ghoulish past of this holiday and learn about the origins of it.

See the new archeological evidence in support of the theory that a devastating Tsunami swept the eastern coast of Britain some 8000 years ago. Tony Robinson and his team examine the newfound evidence and also make a few discoveries of their own.

Learn about the French revolution and take a look at the course of events that lead to the execution of the last Queen of France, Marie Antoinette. It was a highly turbulent time for the entire France and a very violent one as well.

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In the time of the ancient Rome, ‘thermae’, derived from Greek meaning "hot", and ‘balneae’, were bathing facilities. Thermae was the name of the large imperial bath complexes and balneae were similar but smaller facilities. They could be public or private and were common throughout Rome.In September 1998, this group of engineers, archeologists, and historians met in Bath, England, the site of one of the best preserved baths from the Roman Empire. They came together to design and build an authentic Roman bath, one of the first buildings the Romans built wherever they went. After 2,000 years, NOVA will build a Roman bath and try to uncover the secrets of the most technologically advanced building of the ancient world.Tour the crumbling public baths of Rome to learn intimate details of what life was really like for ancient Roman citizens, and in the process, discover the engineering feats that made these baths such an impressive achievement.If you want to watch more history documentaries, click here.

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Taxi to the Dark Side
Taxi to the Dark Side

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This academy award winning film focuses on the murder in custody of an Afghan taxi driver named Dilawar, by United States Army. The film raises questions on how we treat our prisoners of war and if there should be limits to the amount of interrogation we put them through.

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Roman Bath
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In the time of the ancient Rome, ‘thermae’, derived from Greek meaning "hot", and ‘balneae’, were bathing facilities. Thermae was the name of the large imperial bath complexes and balneae were similar but smaller facilities. They could be public or private and were common throughout Rome.In September 1998, this group of engineers, archeologists, and historians met in Bath, England, the site of one of the best preserved baths from the Roman Empire. They came together to design and build an authentic Roman bath, one of the first buildings the Romans built wherever they went. After 2,000 years, NOVA will build a Roman bath and try to uncover the secrets of the most technologically advanced building of the ancient world.Tour the crumbling public baths of Rome to learn intimate details of what life was really like for ancient Roman citizens, and in the process, discover the engineering feats that made these baths such an impressive achievement.If you want to watch more history documentaries, click here.

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The Way of the Samurai
The Way of the Samurai

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In the early sixteenth century, Japan is a warlike society led by samurai and their daimyo warlords. At the point when Portuguese vendors touch base in 1543, they are the first Europeans to set foot in Japan. Preachers rapidly set out to change over the country to Christianity. In that year, a samurai kid named Tokugawa Ieyasu is destined to a low positioning daimyo gang. To demonstrate his family's dependability to their decision warlord, Ieyasu is given as a prisoner where he stays for the greater part of his adolescence. When he is at long last liberated, he recovers his family's space and partners himself with the most influential rulers in Japan: Oda Nobunaga, and his successor, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi honors him a little angling town named Edo, later to be known as Tokyo, and gives him an incomprehensible range to run the show. However Hideyoshi and Ieyasu are uneasy associates. Watch more history documentaries here.

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The Battle of Russia
The Battle of Russia

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This documentary is a part of a film series with the purpose of encouraging and convincing American soldiers to participate and maximize their efforts in the battle against the Axis Powers in the course of World War II. The name of the series is ‘Why We Fight’ and it represents the directorial debut of Frank Capra. These documentaries were issued by the Office of War Information or OWI in collaboration with George C. Marshall. Before the public release an edit was added to the film in a form of a comment by Henry L. Stimson, who was the Secretary of War, where he states that “the purpose of these films is to give factual information as to the causes, the events leading up to our entry into the war and the principles for which we are fighting”.The Battle of Russia is the fifth film of Frank Capra's Why We Fight series, and the longest film of the arrangement, comprising of two parts. The film was made as a team effort with Anatole Litvak as essential executive under Capra's watch. Litvak gave the film its "shape and introduction," and the film had seven authors with voice portrayal by Walter Huston. The score was carried out by Russian-conceived Hollywood writer, Dimitri Tiomkin, and drew vigorously on Tchaikovsky alongside conventional Russian society tunes and numbers.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more war videos, click here.

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The Nazis Strike
The Nazis Strike

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This documentary is a part of a film series with the purpose of encouraging and convincing American soldiers to participate and maximize their efforts in the battle against the Axis Powers in the course of World War II. The name of the series is ‘Why We Fight’ and it represents the directorial debut of Frank Capra. These documentaries were issued by the Office of War Information or OWI in collaboration with George C. Marshall. Before the public release an edit was added to the film in a form of a comment by Henry L. Stimson, who was the Secretary of War, where he states that “the purpose of these films is to give factual information as to the causes, the events leading up to our entry into the war and the principles for which we are fighting”.The Nazis Strike was the second film of Frank Capra's Why We Fight propaganda film series. It portrays Germany as a nation whose aggressive ambitions began in 1863 with Otto von Bismarck and with the Nazis as their latest incarnation.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more war videos, click here.

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Korean Civil War In Color
Korean Civil War In Color

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On June 25th 2010 was the 60th anniversary of the start of an armed conflict that threatened to bring the entire world to a nuclear war. This conflict has traumatized an entire nation so profoundly that it is still the cause for a bitter divide.This documentary was brought to you by the same people that are behind the extraordinary ‘In-Colour’ genre of documentary films, Adrian Wood and Stewart Binns. This film is presented using the trademark elements of Wood and Binns production, such as powerful imagery in terms of color, highly emotional musical background and a dramatized soundscape.The original color material, much of it was only recently exposed to the light of day, was transferred directly from the source film to HD. The materials were originally made with the 35mm camera and include, among other things, the access to the North Korean Archives in Pyongyang which is otherwise highly inaccessible. This documentary gives the viewers a unique insight into the conflict of the East and the West, communism against the liberal democracy and Korean fighting each other in a one of the bloodiest civil wars ever to happen.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more war videos, click here.

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The Breaking Of The Code
The Breaking Of The Code

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This documentary is revolving around the forgotten heroes of World War II. In 1943 two men, a 24-year-old math student and a GPO engineer merged their intellectual capacity in order to crack the personal super-code machine of Hitler himself. This system was far more powerful than Enigma, and Hitler referred to it as his writer of secrets.Their success in this endeavor has turned the tides in the Battle of Kursk, contributed to the D-day landing and played a crucial role in the end of the conflict in Europe. The fact that their achievements were used in the Cold War as well would mean only one thing; they will never be rewarded or acknowledged for their ground breaking work.Finally the time has come for these unsung heroes to receive the credits for their extraordinary work. The acknowledgement came in the form of this documentary, directed and produced by Julian Carey. It premiered on October 25th, 2011 in the UK.Watch this amazing documentary and discover the efforts of two people in order to better the odds against the enemy and the astonishing result that this collaboration yielded. If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to see more war videos, click here.

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The Story Of Dieter Dengler
The Story Of Dieter Dengler

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This documentary is primarily made for the German television broadcasting purpose. The director and writer of this film is Werner Herzog and the production credit goes to Werner Herzog Filmproduktion. Herzog also made a movie called “Rescue Dawn” that is based on the real events portrayed in this documentary.The story is revolved around the Vietnam veteran and a Navy pilot, Dieter Dengler, with whom Herzog could identify and relate to. The life of Dengler is full of hardships, from the childhood in the war devastated Germany, to the frustration caused by the struggle for the pilot position in the aviation forces to the crash landing of his plane and capture in Laos. Herzog and Dengler collaborate on this project and together they travel to Vietnam, which was a very emotional trip for Dengler due to his traumatic experiences as a captive. The goal of Herzog is to try and record, as accurately as possible, the life and the ordeals of Dengler. The Hollywood version of this extraordinary and emotional documentary is released on July 24th in 2007 and the role of Dieter Dengler was played by Christian Bale.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to see more war documentaries, click here.

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Letters From Vietnam
Letters From Vietnam

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This documentary is concerned with the letters from American soldiers, fighting in Vietnam, addressed to their beloved ones. It is directed by Bill Couturie in 1987 and was given the prestigious awards such as Grammy and the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film festival.The letters from this documentary were written between 1954 and 1975 and are addressed to the family members, friends and sweethearts. A number of actors participated in this documentary by reading these letters thus creating an emotional narrative. It is accompanied by a slideshow of archived footage of that period.Among the actors that contributed to this documentary were Tom Berenger, Ellen Burstyn, J. Kenneth Campbell, Richard Chaves, Josh Cruze, Willem Dafoe, Robert De Niro, Brian Dennehy, Matt Dillon, Robert Downey Jr., Michael J. Fox, Mark Harmon and Elizabeth McGovern.The documentary gives us a profound insight into the experiences of the American soldiers that participated in the Vietnam War. They conveyed these emotions into these letters and expressed their thoughts on war, family, life, love and peace to their loved ones.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more war videos, click here.

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The Mystery of Voynich Manuscript
The Mystery of Voynich Manuscript

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If you ever have a chance to go to the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library in the Yale University, there you will find, under the MS 408 code, a book so peculiar that to this day there is no explanation for its origin and the content is shrouded in a veil of mystery as well.This extraordinary book is called the Voynich manuscript. It was named after its finder, Wilfrid Voynich. He was born on October 31st, 1865 in the town of Telsze, which was at that time a part of the Russian Empire. Voynich was a bookstore owner, an antique book dealer and a revolutionary, best known for his astonishing discovery of the mysterious manuscript in 1912.The book is written in a most peculiar language, and there have been a number of attempts to decipher it, unfortunately with no success. It also contains a large amount of illustrations, depicting celestial bodies, different herbs, human figures and what appears to be a collection of recipes. The manuscript passed from Voynich to Hans P. Kraus, who in turn, donated it to the library of the Yale University in 1969. The Voynich manuscript is still puzzling scientists and cryptographers around the world. It also served as inspiration for a number of popular fiction works. If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more mystery videos, click here.

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The Oldest Cave Paintings
The Oldest Cave Paintings

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This is a documentary about the Chauvet Cave, located in southern region of France, where the oldest man-made paintings were found. These impressive paintings were estimated to be over 32,000 years old. These drawings were discovered by a group of scientists and explorers in 1994. The state they were in was practically flawless. After the discovery, the French government has limited the access to the cave to only a selected few scientists, with the task of examining, documenting and dating the drawings. The maker of this extraordinary documentary, Werner Herzog, was able to gain a limited access in order to document these beautiful drawings and present them in his film. He decided that the documentary will be done in 3D technique, which will allow the viewers to embark on an incredible journey to the past. In the course of making this documentary, Herzog interviewed a number of scientists and historians in order to be able to provide an adequate image of our ancestors, thus linking the past and the present. The first screening of the documentary was on September 13th, 2010 at the International Film Festival in Toronto. Unfortunately, the projection was interrupted approximately five minutes before the end.

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The Saffron Revolution in Burma
The Saffron Revolution in Burma

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This documentary is concerned with the protest of the people in Burma, also known as Myanmar, against the ruling regime. The Buddhist monks join the protest, and what began as non violent protest will turn into the aggressive outburst of the military forces in order to suppress the protest. A series of events in August 2007, including the arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi, an elected official and a favorite of the people, will lead to a peaceful march. Because of the characteristic color of the monks’ robes, who participated in the protest, it was called the “Saffron Revolution”. Among the participants of the “Saffron Revolution” were political activists and students. In the course of the following three months there have been several thousands of arrests and an estimated 31 fatal casualties. The detained protesters were eventually released. The documentary contains footage that was smuggled from Burma with the help of a number of journalists and political activists. At the time of the protests, the country was in complete isolation and there was almost no communication with the outside world. The crucial role in the information updates, during the protests, played the members of the Democratic Voice of Burma.

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James Cameron: The Titanic Story
James Cameron: The Titanic Story

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RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. This tragic event caused the deaths of more than 1,500 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. The RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time it entered service. On her maiden voyage, she carried 2,224 passengers and crew.James Cameron, who has made more than 30 dives to explore the Titanic, brings together a team of engineers, naval architects, artists, and historians to solve the lingering mysteries of why and how an “unsinkable” ship sank. With their combined expertise, they examine the feature film and determine what technology has revealed since its release. An investigation of this magnitude has never been attempted before, and some of the revelations alter the fundamental interpretation of what exactly happened to the Titanic on April 14, 1912.

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History of Scotland
History of Scotland

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One of the countries that form the United Kingdom is Scotland. Its Gaelic name is Alba, and it encompasses the land which was inhabited and controlled by the Scottish tribe called the Picts. The geographic position of Scotland is on the northern third of the island of Great Britain. It borders with England to the south, and the remaining borders are the Atlantic Ocean. The North Sea is the eastern border and the North Channel and Irish Sea make up the south-western. Aside from the mainland, Scotland has more than 790 islands and among those are the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.It was in the Early Middle ages that Scotland was united under one banner. The Kingdom of Scotland exists independently until May 1, 1707, when it forms a union with England to form the Kingdom of Great Britain. The History of Scotland is documentary about important times and figures in history, historic places and people, archaeology, science and education. Watch this exciting documentary and discover Scotland such as you never seen before.

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Radical Islam and Nazism
Radical Islam and Nazism

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Almost 70 years ago, Europe found itself at war with one of the most sinister figures in modern history: Adolf Hitler. When the last bullet of World War II was fired, over 50 million people were dead, and countless countries were both physically and economically devastated. Hitler’s bloody struggle sought to forge the world anew, in the crucible of Nazi values. How could such a disaster occur? How could the West have overlooked the evil staring it in the face, for so long, before standing forcefully against it?Today, we find ourselves confronted by a new enemy, also engaged in a violent struggle to transform our world. As we sleep in the comfort of our homes, a new evil rises against us. A new menace is threatening, with all the means at its disposal, to bow Western Civilization under the yoke of its values. That enemy is Radical Islam.Islam is being hijacked by radical extremists, who actively seek to destroy the shared values we stand for. The world should be very concerned.This is a documentary film about Radical Islamic terror, a dangerous ideology, fueled by religious hatred. It's important to remember, most Muslims are peaceful and do not support terror. This is not a film about them.

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The Legend Of The Ninja
The Legend Of The Ninja

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A ninja or shinobi was a mercenary warrior class that originates from 15th century Japan. Some of the basic operations of the ninja included infiltration, espionage, sabotage, assassination and also open combat if needed. In the troubled times of the Sengoku period, between 15th and 17th century, a class of mercenaries and spies for hire emerged in the Province of Iga and the surrounding area of the village of Kōga. The contemporary knowledge that we have on ninjas is provided from the clan records of these two areas. The figure of the ninja poses a central character in a number of folklore tales and legends, and as a consequence it is often difficult to tell the difference between historical fact and myth. Among the extraordinary abilities attributed to the ninja were the control over the elements in nature, invisibility and the ability to walk on water. That, in turn, twisted the perception of the ninja in western popular culture in the 20th century. The view on these warriors of the night is ever so often based on various legends and folklore rather than on the historical facts about them.Watch this documentary and see the truth behind the legends of the ninja warriors. Discover the mindset of people that devoted themselves to such a lifestyle of danger and discipline.

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The Rape of Nanking: Nanjing Massacre II
The Rape of Nanking: Nanjing Massacre II

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The slaughter of Nanking, commonly known as the Rape of Nanking, was an infamous genocidal war crime committed by the Japanese army in Nanjing, then capital of the Republic of China, after it fell to Imperial Japanese Army on December 13, 1937.The duration of the slaughter is not clearly defined, although the violence lasted well into the next six weeks, until early February 1938.During the occupation of Nanjing, the Japanese army committed numerous atrocities, including rape, looting, arson and the execution of prisoners of war and civilians.Although the executions began under the pretext of eliminating Chinese soldiers disguised as civilians, it is stated that a large number of innocent men were intentionally identified as enemy combatants and executed-or simply killed outright-as the slaughter gathered momentum.A large number of women and children were also killed, as rape and murder became more widespread.

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"In 1972, the International Railway Union celebrated their 50th anniversary. To mark this jubilee, they created InterRail, a rail pass that allowed travellers to explore Europe freely for the period of 30 days. What started as a mere travel product, became in a new way for European youngsters to not only discover the continent they live in but also interchange with other peoples and cultures, playing also an important role in Europe’s unification and even the resolution of conflicts like the cold war or the Youguslav wars.Filmed in 20 countries, with the testimonials of more than a dozen travelers from different nationalities, this documentary illustrates the impact of the InterRail phenomenon in Europe in the past 40 years."

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"A Different Pitch is a documentary film giving a moving and poignant insight into the effect was has on generations.Filmmaker Doug Aubrey follows football coach Scotty Lee undertake a voyage to Kosovo, a country scarred by NATO’s war and inter-ethnic hatred and find a football dream even in the midst of the on-going Balkan war, subtly reminding that Football, the people’s game, is not just a way of life, but can actually help save lives."

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Former Conservative MP, Michael Portillo pushes his body to the brink of death in an investigation into the science of execution.As the American Supreme Court examines whether the lethal injection is causing prisoners to die in unnecessary pain Michael sets out to find a solution which is fundamentally humane. To do this, he examines the primary methods of execution available today, and he discovers why convicts could catch on fire in the electric chair, learns how simple it is to mess up a hanging and inhales a poisonous gas to experience first-hand the terror of the gas chamber.Armed with some startling evidence Michael considers a completely new approach. Will it be the answer? There is only one way of finding out – to experience it himself.

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National Geographic When Aliens Attack
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At some point of our lives we considered the life on other planets rather than earth. Every person has a different view and theories about their appearance, behaviour or abilities. But what if that life stood against us? Would we be able to win this extraordinary war? Do we even stand a chance? There's alot of unanswered questions which bother even the greatest planet minds. 'National Geographic – When Aliens Attack' is a documentary created in 2011 with intentions of answering these questions. One thing to remember is that these speculations are just theories created by greatest minds. None of us knows the truth and what's behind outer space life.

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We've picked our top ten Premier League goals from Thierry Henry in the wake of the Arsenal legend's retirement. Do you agree with our choice? For more match action, highlights and training videos, make sure you become a digital member and sign up to Arsenal Player. It's FREE and is the Home of the Game: http://po.st/YTArsenalPlayer Subscribe to the Official Arsenal YouTube Channel:https://www.youtube.com/Arsenal Follow us on Facebook: http://po.st/facebookyt Follow us on Twitter: http://po.st/twitteryt Follow us on Instagram: http://po.st/instagramyt Follow us on Soundcloud: http://po.st/soundcloudyt This is the Official YouTube channel for Arsenal Football Club. This channel will aim to showcase the personality of Arsenal Football Club and give fans more of an insight into what it's like to be at this fantastic club. This channel will look behind the scenes and get closer to the likes of Lukas Podolski, Theo Walcott, Wojciech Szczesny, Jack Wilshere, Mikel Arteta, Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla and more. ABOUT ARSENAL FC Arsenal Football Club were formed in 1886. They have amassed 13 League titles, 11 FA Cups and many other major trophies since then. Their greatest players include: Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Robert Pires, Liam Brady, Cliff Bastin and Charlie George.

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Football Daily counts down the Top 10 Most Prolific Premier League Goalscorers of All-Time - for Shearer to Sturridge! Source: Opta, best minutes-per-goal ratio in Premier League history since 1992 for players with 20+ goals Subscribe: http://bit.ly/12gLHoR This is Football Daily, bringing you all the latest and greatest from the world of football - featuring FOOTBALL DAILY WEEKLY, TRANSFER TALK, TOP 10s, VERSUS and ALL-TIME XIs. Get involved and SUBSCRIBE now to be part of Football Daily - one of the beautiful games largest and most passionate communities! Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/YaRzlu Like us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/10pugRr Follow us on Google+: http://bit.ly/10pRPdT

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