HISTORY This Week
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This week, something momentous happened. Whether or not it made the textbooks, it most certainly made history. Join HISTORY This Week as we turn back the clock to meet the people, visit the places and witness the moments that led us to where we are today.
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FDR Tries to Pack the Court
Bonnie and Clyde’s Final Ride
A Teenage Girl Saves France
The Spy Who Fooled the FBI
The World’s First Budget Airline Takes Off
A Concubine Rises to Rule China
The Civil Rights Children’s Crusade
Ping Pong Diplomacy
148 Tornadoes in 18 Hours (Classic)
Bunnies, Baseball, and Aliens on the Moon
Fire in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
The Tragic Life of London’s Favorite Clown
Axis Sally’s Nazi Radio
Introducing: American Football (Episode 1: Canton, Ohio)
The Flight of the Concorde
The Cold War Gets A Wall
The Apollo Theater is Reborn
Anatomy of a Campus Heist
Britain Axes the Monarchy
You lost me in the 1st 10 seconds. Sept 2, 31 BCE? Before Common Era? You, and others, are trying to rewrite history. For Centuries mankind has measured time by Christ. This was 31 BC....Before Christ. Evil.
Aw, finished early. Bummer.
Incomplete episode .
I was crying when I was listening this story.
The bonus podcasts for other channels is nice but REALLY annoying how frequently it's been lately or even better why not make it an actual bonus in addition to the weekly episode not in replace of. Have this week's episode as normal because we wait all week only to find out we get nothing from History the week. Very disappointing.
the narrator is not right for this kind of podcast.
Hammerin' Hank Aaron was a GREAT ballplayer who, during his years on the field, never really received the credit for being a baseball superstar that he deserved! He might have been revered by the fans in Milwaukee and Atlanta, but it wasn't until it was obvious without any doubt that he was going to eclipse the Babe's home run record, that he was treated like the other superstars of the day - May's, Clemente, Mantle, Koufax, Gibson, just to name a handful - as a living, breathing GOD of the baseball diamond. That was an injustice to him!
You should look up Hannah Jumper.
oh look another podcast FULL of adds
not listening to is podcast anymore bunch of left thinking fucks
yet I still smoke
This podcast is pretty much the antithesis of what I want from a podcast. Short, full of ads, and uninspired. Don't get me wrong it's a very well produced, but in that hollow, artificial way. It would've been nice if we had something more like an actual podcast with people sitting down and analyzing/discussing history. This is cable television without video.
episodes are about half an hour long and I'd say at least half of that is just commercials, totally not worth listening to at all
the seed vault has got to be the most talked about location in the world. it is literally on every form of media and entertainment.
Great Podcast - I look forward to each new episode!
(Killing Fairness episode) There's a home depot commercial around the middle of the episode. I don't have a problem with this -- BUT how about better timing, not right in the middle of a sentence/thought.
😆❤🇺🇸👍lmao 'we were hoping SOMEBODY would be thinkn about us besides our family' LMAO!!😆👊 smh thats how those men from that era were made! They're certainly cut from a different cloth! They just arent made like him anymore. Men arent as modest as him these days. here this guy is making AMERICAN HISTORY, wondering if anybody aside from his loved ones would care lmao😆 little did he no, ehh?lol
I have throughly enjoyed every episode and can't wait for next weeks!