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The Unauthorized History of the Pacific War Podcast is the creation of Seth Paridon and Bill Toti. Seth is a World War II historian with over 20 years experience who's many roles also was serving as a chief historian for The National WWII Museum for 15 years. Bill is not a historian, but is a retired submarine commodore and military planner with a special interest in the Pacific War. Bill has a unique perspective to offer as one who spent more than a decade sailing those same waters where th ...
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"Elvis is history," Carl Perkins once said, "and anytime anyone or anything becomes history, whether it be Pearl Harbor or Elvis, it will never go away. The world will never tire of his songs." TCBCast is an unofficial fan podcast featuring co-hosts Gurdip Ladhar and Justin Gausman, along with regular guest co-hosts Ryan Droste and Bec Wyles, plus an array of Elvis fans and experts setting out to better understand that history, and those songs. Tackling topics from throughout Elvis's lifetim ...
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Published posthumously in 2010, Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy blows the top off a 70-year cover-up, reporting for the first time on long-suppressed interviews, documents, and corroborated evidence. Greaves provides comprehensive coverage on the history of U.S. and Japanese relations, the actions of the Roosevelt administration, the attack and the response on the ground, the investigations and cover-ups that began almost immediately and continue to this day. This audio book is ...
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Studying history, there are four questions to be asked and answered for every event in the timeline of mankind. The first question is what happened? The second question is when did it happen? The third question is how did it happen? The fourth question is why did it happen? When we study the Pacific Naval War, we ask these same four questions and we dig for the answers. We know that Japanese naval and air forces attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. As we look back, we know what happene ...
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The “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5", is a podcast based on the book of the same name written by Donald J. Young. It carefully details and rightfully places the blame for the unpreparedness of the December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor disaster, on the heads of the U.S. Navy and War Departments in Washington DC. “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5, “ is available on Amazon.com. Donald J. Young is a military historian, author and lecturer, who writes on the pre-Midway period of World War II in the Pa ...
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The HistoryExtra podcast brings you interviews with the world's best historians, on everything from the ancient world and the Middle Ages to the Second World War and the history behind current events. Produced by the team behind BBC History Magazine and BBC History Revealed, it offers fresh takes on history's most famous figures and events. Subscribe for the real stories behind your favourite historical films and TV shows, and compelling insights into lesser-known aspects of the past. Unlock ...
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History's Best Authors join host Jon Hagadorn to discuss their recent works on subjects that include heroes, legends, histories & mysteries. Some topics: WWII, stories and biographies, lost civilizations, paranormal events, unexplained disappearances, scandals, disasters, and more. Episodes weekly, providing incredible insights to history. Join us every Sunday night at 8 pm ET anywhere great podcasts are found. 1001 History's Best Authors is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Network. Website ...
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Pete Quiñones has hosted his show, The Pete Quiñones Show (formerly titled Free Man Beyond the Wall), since July 2017 and has concentrated on topics pertaining to liberation from the Progressive influence that has taken over Western governments. His current focus is on historical revisionism and how "local politics and activism" can help mitigate Progressive influence while starting to build what comes next. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-pete-quinon ...
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Get closer to the untold forgotten history of the Pacific Asia War with Damian Abernathy. Learn more about topics like bioweapon in Unit 731, Japan before Pearl Harbor, and more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pacific-atrocities-education/support
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Amy & Joe discuss true crime & pop culture and crazy events through history year by year. Amy takes a deep dive on something creepy while Joe tells us about wacky stuff that happened. Amy likes murder, Joe likes old sitcoms, and they podcast to escape the monotony of adulthood.
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The History Guy

The History Guy

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If you love history, this is the podcast for you! Stories of forgotten history, presented by Josh Geiger with Lance Geiger, The History Guy, from the hit YouTube channel The History Guy: History Deserves to be Remembered. Visit the channel here: www.youtube.com/TheHistoryGuyChannel We believe that history does not have to be boring. At its heart, history is storytelling, and we believe that it should be told with passion and genuine love for the material. History might be tragic, it might be ...
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Yankton’s Yardbirds is a podcast detailing the stories of WW2 veterans from Yankton, South Dakota and the Surrounding Area. Author and Podcaster David Hosmer shares his passion for their stories and the fruits of 165 interviews compiled over the last decade.
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History Analyzed is a podcast which investigates both history's biggest moments and best kept secrets. Your host, Mark Palmer, draws upon a history degree from the University of Notre Dame and literal decades of informal study. He explains not only what happened, but also why and how historical events occurred. At times, he examines how these events have shaped the present and continue to affect us today.
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Classic radio broadcasts from WWII. Relive history through radio broadcasts during the war. Listen to fireside chats, updates from all the fronts from this great historical period in America and the world.
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Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Media LLC

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Man Tools is a weekly men's issues podcast wrapped in comedic takes on news/current events, sports, history, and more! Eric Madrid and Trevor Lane have been passionate about developing boys into good men since 1994 when they first met as counselors at a Boy Scout Camp in Colorado. 25 years later this passion continues through Man Tools. New episode every Friday 3pm Eastern Time.
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The Professional Military Education (PME) podcast is where great books on war and history are analyzed and discussed with the author. Through in depth conversations, the PME podcast seeks to promote great books that will interest serious military thinkers. For people that might be interested in military topics and history, the PME podcast will get you hooked on this awesome field of study. Through in depth reading and serious scholarship, the PME podcast is proud to bring a great history sho ...
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Astounding real-life experiences of the people left behind after the Fall of The Philippines -- when America surrendered in early WW2. From the Bataan Death March to Japanese hell ship voyages to the Philippine Resistance, I research and share stories from this forgotten part of WW2 in the Pacific Theater. I’m your host, Anastasia Harman. I’m a researcher and writer turned podcaster ... on a mission to keep the legacies of these men and women alive. Heroes who gave their all, and all-too-oft ...
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The Book of Marshall

Marshall County History Club, Travis Hillis

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The Marshall County High School History Club proudly presents... The Book of Marshall. This is a student researched, written, produced, and hosted project dedicated to learning and preserving the history of Marshall County, Tennessee.
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War has played a key role in the history of the United States from the nation’s founding right down to the present. Wars made the U. S. independent, kept it together, increased its size, and established it as a global superpower. Understanding America’s wars is essential for understanding American history. In the Key Battles of American History, host James Early discusses American history through the lens of the most important battles of America’s wars. James is an Adjunct Professor of Histo ...
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US History Repeated

Jimmy LaSalle & Jeananne Xenakis

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History Repeated discusses important historical and political concepts that are essential to understanding and discussing U.S. history and politics. Topics and concepts that you should have learned in school, but weren’t interested at the time. History isn’t boring, but is often discussed with a political slant or bias. Our goal is to provide our listeners with the facts. Our podcasts avoid pushing a political agenda. We believe people are tired of being told what and how to think about a to ...
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In An Hour of our Time Podcast, we choose a new topic each episode. Topics range from sociopolitical, to scientific, to historical. We each perform an hour of research followed by a marginally focused one hour discussion. Featuring: Joe, Dave, and Mark. Fun for anyone who enjoys funny but sometimes frustrating tangents of referential conversation. For mature audiences.
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It Was Said

Audacy Studios | The HISTORY Channel

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It Was Said, the 2021 Webby Award winner for Best Podcast Series, takes a look back on some of the most powerful and timeless speeches in history. Written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winning and best-selling historian Jon Meacham, this documentary podcast takes you through generation-defining speeches. Meacham, along with top historians, authors and journalists, offers expert insight and analysis into the origins, the orator, and the context of the times each speech was given, and reflect ...
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Welcome to the Janet Lim podcast, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by Morgan Sessions on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@morgansessions
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Why did Japan attack the US at Pearl Harbor? It’s important to first consider the history between Japan and the US. Political relations between the two countries have a complicated past. Unlike it’s Pacific neighbor, China, Japan had been successful in isolating itself from the Western world. Japan was building an empire and by 1905, they had just …
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67 Minutes PG-13 Josiah Lippincott is a former Marine officer and is currently a PHD candidate at Hillsdale College. Josiah joins Pete to share some information from his PHD thesis on the causes and effects of the United States war with Japan. Josiah's Substack Josiah's Author's Page at American Greatness Josiah's Telegram Page Get Autonomy Support…
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Pearl Harbor was one of the worst attacks in U.S. history. In this episode, The History Club explores the stories of five Marshall County veterans who witnessed and survived the attack... Morris Looney, William Haynes, Rufus Foster, Swanson Stammer, and Lewis Wilson. This... is their story.By Marshall County History Club, Travis Hillis
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On December 7, 1941, Japanese air and naval forces attacked the American naval and air base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, killing 2400 Americans and heavily damaging the US Pacific Fleet. Over the next 5 months, Japan conquered several European and American possessions in southeast Asia, including Guam, Malaya, Wake Island, Hong Kong, Burma, Singapore, …
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Learn more about the Alabama Unionist soldiers in the Civil War with this exclusive interview from History Unplugged, hosted by Scott Rank. Continue listening to History Unplugged: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3Ysc7Zg Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3j0QRJy Parthenon: https://www.parthenonpodcast.com/history-unplugged-podcast…
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In this episode, Dave and James discuss and review Part 1 of the epic 2010 HBO miniseries The Pacific, which follows the lives and wartime actions of three well-known Marines who served in the Pacific Theater: John Basilone, Robert Leckie, and Eugene Sledge. In Episode 1 of The Pacific, we are introduced to the three main characters and we witness …
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67 Minutes Safe for Work Pete starts reading and commenting on Peter Thiel's best-seller, Zero to One. In this first episode, Pete covers the first three chapters: 1. The Challenge of the Future; 2. Party Like It’s 1999; and 3. All Happy Companies Are Different. Get Autonomy Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscrib…
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This week the boys discovered that Rumble Studio doesn’t mute their mics during videos as they discussed a massive rescue of rats from Colorado College by Coloratto, the first US moon landing since 1972, a COVID prophecy from 1981, and more… This episode is brought to you by: Madrid Maintenance - Floors, tile, kitchen and bath Reno starting @ $45 h…
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Join Dave as He tells the Stories of our Troops Defending Austrailia. Vets featured in this episode are: Warren Hatch, Robert Hanley, Don and Harold Modreger, Butch Colgan, Otto Kabeisman, Arnold Albrecht, and Cliff Hicks. Support the show If you'd like to be a Sponsor of future episodes of Yankton's Yardbirds please contact Dave Hosmer at davidhos…
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What secrets can medieval human remains unlock? With exciting new developments in the science of palaeopathology, researchers are able to glean much more from human bones than ever before. Speaking to David Musgrove, Professor Alice Roberts explores what the study of these bones can tell us about disease and violence in medieval Britain – consideri…
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58 Minutes PG-13 Mark Weber is the director of the Institute for Historic Review. Mark joins Pete to examine the American "order" from WW2 to the present day. IHR.org Get Autonomy Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar Pete's Venmo Pete's Buy Me a Coffee Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter Become a supporter of…
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What was it like to sail the high seas in the Victorian age? In the second episode in our new series on Bob Carlisle, a widely forgotten but larger-than-life character of the 19th century, David Musgrove transports listeners back to the dangers and daring exploits of life in the Victorian Royal Navy. With the help of maritime historian Martin Wilco…
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The Japanese realized that if the U. S. were able to hold and utilize the airfield on Guadalcanal, Japan’s strategic objectives in the South Pacific would be foiled. Consequently, Japanese air, naval, and land forces immediately began trying to retake the airfield, recently renamed Henderson Field by the Americans. In August, Japanese bombers began…
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From Maastricht to Brexit, the European Union's first three decades have entailed plenty of political and economic drama. Danny Bird speaks to Dermot Hodson about his new book, Circle of Stars, which focuses on some of the key individuals that helped shape the history of the EU, from advocates of European integration to dyed-in-the-wool Eurosceptic…
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55 Minutes Some Strong Language Vincent James is the host of Daily Veracity with Vincent James. Vincent joins Pete to discuss the corruption involved in the 2020 election and what he expects from this coming year's election. Daily Veracity with Vincent James Get Autonomy Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribesta…
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Ryan returns this week to look back on his time and findings exploring the world of Elvis bootlegs, from soundboards and audience recordings to studio material and fan-made spliced takes. Justin takes the opportunity to loosely discuss some of the history of Elvis bootlegs and try to contextualize where Elvis bootlegs have fit within the larger roc…
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This week Seth and Bill are rejoined by good friend Dave Holland to wrap up the bloody Operation STALEMATE II, the fight for Peleliu. This week the team gets into the stories of Eugene Sledge's K-3-5, the story of Medal of Honor recipient Arthur Jackson, more of the bloody fighting for Bloody Nose Ridge, and the tragic death of Sledge's company com…
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Rudyard Kipling is beloved by many for his children's books and inspirational poems. But he was also called the "Bard of Empire", known for writing The White Man's Burden. For today's Life of the Week episode, Professor Janet Montefiore tells Rebecca Franks more about the life and contested legacy of the writer of The Jungle Book, If, the Just So S…
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This week Seth, Bill and Tommy discuss Masters of the Air Part 6. The guys get into the nuts and bolts of escape and evasion, the POW interrogations of John "Bucky" Egan and Allied prisoners, Flak Houses, and the emotional toll taken on the airmen of the 8th Air Force and others in the skies over Europe.Image courtesy Apple TV#wwii #wwiihistory #ww…
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In his public life, Dr Winthrop Bell was a Harvard professor and wealthy businessman. But as a secret agent, reporting from Germany in the aftermath of the First World War, he was one of the first to warn of the Nazi plot for racial supremacy that would lead to the Second World War. Speaking to Elinor Evans, Jason Bell discusses this Canadian profe…
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71 Minutes Strong Language Jason Mironchuk from the 2Bit podcast asked Pete to come on his show and talk about how the promotion of individualism, liberalism, and even libertarianism has led to the fracturing of civilization. 2Bit Podcast on Rumble 2Bit Podcast on YouTube Get Autonomy Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete'…
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1001 Interviews author Sally Mott Freeman about her father's search for his missing and wounded younger brother, who has been captured by the Japanese during the invasion and occupation of the Philippines.. In this gripping factual novel, author Freeman details the efforts of her father, a Navy Intel Officer assigned to Roosevelt's War Room at the …
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What was the Arts and Crafts movement? How far was it associated with radical politics? And is it alive and well today? The Victorian cultural movement was transformative in our understanding of the importance of the maker in the artistic process, and Suzanne Fagence Cooper joins us for this 'Everything you wanted to know' episode to answer your qu…
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To mark LGBT+ history month, we're revisiting a classic episode on a pivotal moment in LGBTQ+ history. Speaking to Matt Elton in 2019, historian Chris Parkes explored the background to the 1969 Stonewall riots, when LGBT protests erupted at New York’s Stonewall Inn. The HistoryExtra podcast is produced by the team behind BBC History Magazine. Learn…
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Join Dave as he tells the Stories of Vets George Gyllenhammer, Ed Johnson, Bob Steinbeck, Cliff Hicks, Bob Bailey, Delmar Strunk, Bill Dayhuff, and Ken Custis. This episode covers the stories of people that stepped up and worked in the US when our young men went off to war. Others mentioned on this podcast are Art and Herman Giege, John Brady, Dale…
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Polio was one of the scourges of the 20th century. And it mainly struck children. All of a sudden a person contracted polio and suffered terribly for several days; sometimes they recovered, sometimes they died, and sometimes they were left permanently disabled. The most famous polio victim of all time, Franklin Roosevelt, hid his disability from th…
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What led two teenagers from Canton province in China to emigrate to California in the late 19th-century? And what lives awaited them on America's west coast? Speaking to Elinor Evans, Hugo Wong discusses the interlocking stories of two of his ancestors, who left China as young men in the late 19th century for the riches of California. Met by both o…
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A guy we went to middle School with. Aaron Crane episode: Recorded March of 2023. Aaron Crane is a father, a husband, a Vice President of Operations, a Miami University Redhawk, a son of an elementary school teacher, and a guy we went to middle school with. We haven’t spoken to him since 8th grade graduation, as his parents made him go to a differe…
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Friend Check: Aaron Sinclair (Episode 217) This episode is the third of a series of episodes called Friend Check. Listen while Joe goes through his Facebook Friends list and "checks" in with each person that is willing to record an hour long conversation along with co-host Gruff. Who are these people? Why are we Facebook Friends? Are we ACTUALLY fr…
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Bob Carlisle was a Victorian influencer and minor celebrity; a global seafarer, circus clown and lion tamer, and Britain’s original long-distance ‘wheelbarrow pedestrian’. This new six-part series sees David Musgrove recover the story of this widely forgotten and larger-than-life character. In this first episode, David talks to historians Valerie S…
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The Tiger Tamer who went to sea, from HistoryExtra, is the story of one remarkable Victorian man who lived the life of a dozen men. His adventures as a global seafarer and as a circus clown, showman and yes, tiger tamer would be fascinating enough. However, he was also a celebrated athlete, and Britain’s original long-distance wheelbarrow pedestria…
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On August 7, 1942, elements of the First Marine Division landed on Guadalcanal. They met little opposition and quickly captured their initial objective, an airfield that the Japanese had recently built. The Marines got to work establishing a perimeter and preparing for the inevitable Japanese counterattack. Soon after, Japanese and American naval f…
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Daniel Cowling talks to Spencer Mizen about the British occupation of Germany from 1945-49, and describes how the young officials tasked with rebuilding a broken nation navigated acute privation, a traumatised population and scepticism among their compatriots back home to help set Germany on the road to democracy. (Ad) Daniel Cowling is the author …
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60 Minutes PG-13 Thomas777 is a revisionist historian and a fiction writer. Thomas joins Pete to continue a short series on the 1990s Balkan Wars. Thomas talks about the hostilities, Slobodan Milošević, Franjo Tuđman, and others. Thomas' Substack Thomas' Book "Steelstorm Pt. 1" Thomas' Book "Steelstorm Pt. 2" Thomas on Twitter Thomas' CashApp - $7h…
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This week Seth, Bill and Tommy take a look at Masters of the Air Episode 5. The trio breaks down the episode and get into the historical detail regarding the October 10, 1943 8th Air Force mission to Munster, Germany. The third in a row for the Mighty Eighth, Munster was the worst of them all for the 100th Bomb Group and a new emerging hero, Robert…
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Oh yeah, we went there. Gurdip & Justin sit down with the 1978 compilation album, intended for children but so often cited by Elvis fans who were around at the time as one of the worst and most misguided projects Colonel Tom Parker ever spearheaded... but is it, really?! Closer examination may be necessary! (Note: the guys ponder why the presence o…
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This week Seth and Bill welcome back an old friend from Season 1, Dave Holland to talk about the 1st Marine Division's tragic fight for Peleliu. The trio gets into the fight starting at D Plus 1 and goes through the bloodletting and destruction of the 1st Marines on Peleliu. Tune in and see what the boys have to say about the end of the fight for T…
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In the list of famous explorers, the name of Christopher Columbus stands out. Seen for many years as the man who supposedly 'discovered' the Americas, his heroic legacy is now being challenged and critiqued. Speaking to Paul Bloomfield, historian Julia McClure considers the exploits, achievements and failings of the explorer and navigator – from pa…
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