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336. Ireland: Celts, Conquest and Cromwell
335. The Freemasons: History's Greatest Conspiracy Theory
334. Athens and the Birth of Democracy
333. The Republic of Britain: Life under Cromwell
332. King Solomon's Mines
331. American Witches
330. Herodotus: The Birth of History
329. Coronations: Chaos, Ceremony and Empire
328. Coronations: Sex, Holy Oil and Civil War
327. Coronations: The Deep History
326. The Year of Revolutions: 1848
325. Fall of Saigon: Apocalypse Now
324. Fall of Saigon: The Nightmare Begins
323. History's Greatest Dogs
322. East Germany: Life Behind the Iron Curtain
321. Hundred Years' War: A Storm of Swords
320. Hundred Years' War: The Black Prince
319. Hundred Years' War: Triumph of the Longbow
318. Hundred Years' War: A Game of Thrones
317. African Amazons
if only the Beaumont children disappearance could also be solved
this story was amazing and needed. there was a sentence that said this is the only account from Auschwitz. Have you done anything with Viktor Frankl material before?
All of Mary Renault novels, especially 'The Last of the Wine" about the Peloponnesian War.
Thoroughly enjoying this podcast! Given the current climate, could you do an episode on the history of unions and/or strikes? You also mentioned Rudolf Hess recently - would he be an interesting subject?
thats funny how you totally ignore East in your conversations, and make it as if science only existed in europe in middle ages
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Nice show guys. Any chance of an Anglo Irish series? I don't see one in your back shows and having non Irish people with more (any) knowledge would be good.
You both need to watch the movie Stalingrad. A very good film.
good researchers but Muppet nerds who often don't respect the subject when talking about it. it would be a good read - edited by an adult.
I'm crying 😂 16:25
Just listened to the 3 Trafalgar episodes. Brilliant.
I'm amazed that this is one of the most popular podcasts around. Compared with the BBC's "You're Dead to Me", which is not only informative, but also entertaining, this is very dry, and has the same two, very British, upper middle class, voices all the time. It can have some interesting content (once you have skipped past the six minutes of promotional material at the beginning), but it is rather a chore to listen to: and I generally like dry, factual programmes!
I have never heard of this story before, I've already downloaded the book and halfway through. Absolutely fascinating and heartbreaking in equal measures.
The end of this episode is cut off :(
Thanks. A great listen@
shouts out to an anus.
Great show ! please, give more time to others world parts like you do with western history. There is so much to talk about ! Machou Pichu, Xhaka Zulu, Kongo Kingdom, Lalibela, Viêtnam, Angkor Vat, Colombia,... thanks for your amazing work.
capitalism is an abomination.
Henry Wallace being replaced on the ticket was one of the worst U.S. political machinations of all time. The U.S. absolute should have adopted a cooperative posture towards the Soviets instead of monkeying around in Berlin, Korea, etc. Of course, this would have been the end of our military industrial complex and we couldn't have that.