Brief Description: Just the June 2022 Update, mostly just saying the channel is alive, and should be back within a couple weeks.
MY YOUTUBE CHANNELS
- Things You Should Know: My channel for educational/historical videos.
- A Girl’s War Room (formerly SSG): My military video game LP channel, formerly Second String General and Strangewhispers in various formats since 2012 or earlier. It has been AGWR since March 2022.
- A Girl’s Let’s Play Youtube Channel: My channel for the majority of my LPs, dealing with non-military game let’s plays.
- A Girl’s Long Plays: The place to go for unedited, unvoiced LPs that may show you what I did and cut. Mostly for those who want to see how I got somewhere or did something but edited out of final version. All long plays are linked to the respected edited LPs to assist in finding which one you are looking for.
MY WEBSITES (INCLUDING YOUTUBE WEBSITES)
- My Personal Blog: My personal website and center of my insanity on the web.
- Things You Should Know: The website for my educational channel.
- A Girl’s War Room: My military games LP website.
- A Girl’s Let’s Play Website: My non-military games LP website.
- A Girl’s Long Plays: Location of all my uncut LPs since March 2022, if you need to see what I did but I edited out of the final LP, this is where you go.
- Second String General: My old military games LP website archive.
- Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humat_ad-Diyar HUMAT AD-DIYAR
- Composition: Mohammed Flayfel (1936)/Khalil Mardam Bey (1936)
- Performance: United States Navy, Concert Band; Recording: United States Navy, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
- Performance Date: 3 May 2003 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:National_Anthem_of_Syria.ogg
Direct Information Pertaining to Copyright per source:
- Composition: Public domain This work is in the public domain because it was published in the United States between 1927 and 1963, and although there may or may not have been a copyright notice, the copyright was not renewed.
- Work: Public domain This work is in the public domain in the United States because it meets three requirements:
- it was first published outside the United States (and not published in the U.S. within 30 days),
- it was first published before 1 March 1989 without copyright notice or before 1964 without copyright renewal or before the source country established copyright relations with the United States,
- it was in the public domain in its home country on the URAA date (January 1, 1996 for most countries).
- Performance: Public domain This file is a work of a sailor or employee of the U.S. Navy, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, it is in the public domain in the United States.