Type Ctrl + Shift + N. Then type DIVIDED WE FALL and then click enter. Click a search result that takes you to YouTube. Go back to the search results. Retype "DIVIDED WE FALL by Valarie Kaur". Click enter. Click on the result that takes you to Vimeo. You see the full documentary there and watch it.
If all this were done on a normal window, it would be saved in your history tab (ctrl+h), regardless of you have a google account or not. Most likely, this search history will also be sent to Google, regardless of you delete it manually or not.
Will this happen if I use an incognito mode? That is, will Google see my "search journey" (i.e. what I searched for, what I clicked, what I retyped, what website I visited, what video I watched there...) if done in Incognito window? Does Chrome send search history to Google if the search is done in Incognito? If it isn't incognito, then surely the search history is sent to Google regardless of anything, but is that so for Incognito mode as well?