Dan Carlin S Hardcore History public
[search 0]
More
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
The Rest Is History

Goalhanger Podcasts

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
The world’s most popular history podcast, with Tom Holland and Dominic Sandbrook. Join The Rest Is History Club (www.restishistorypod.com) for ad-free listening to the full archive, weekly bonus episodes, live streamed shows and access to an exclusive chatroom community. Here are some of our favourite episodes to get you started: WATERGATE/NIXON apple.co/3JrVl5h ALEXANDER THE GREAT apple.co/3Q4FaNk HARDCORE HISTORY'S DAN CARLIN apple.co/3vqkGa3 PUTIN & RUSSIA apple.co/3zMtLfX
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Fan of History

Dan Hörning & Bernie Maopolski

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly
 
Dan Horning and Bernie Maopolski discuss the events of ancient history all over the world, decade by decade, starting at 1000 BC and moving forward. We love history! History, History, History! That’s all we think of … History in the morning, History for lunch, History for dinner… even history right before bed! And we talk about all the key people in Ancient History – Julius Caesar, Gilgamesh, Jesus, Budha, Lao Tzu, Confucious, Solon, Pythagoras, Alexander the Great, Plato, Socrates, Aristotl ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Weekly+
 
Want to know what comes next in politics, culture, and libertarian ideas? Reason’s Nick Gillespie hosts relentlessly interesting interviews with the activists, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, newsmakers, and politicians who are defining the 21st century.
  continue reading
 
Comedian Shane Todd and author and director Hazel Hayes are on a mission to understand the colourful past of the island they call home. From the Bronze Age to Bono, Paganism to St. Patrick, every Tuesday they share a new tale from Ireland's history and have plenty of craic while they’re at it. So pull up a chair, pin back your ears, and get ready for an education in life on the Emerald Isle. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
  continue reading
 
It's Not Even Past: A History of the Distant Present is a history podcast looking at the world we currently live in, built in the mode of Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History, but without the extended run time. The news today is troubling, and though much of it seems to come out of nowhere, there is actually a mostly logical course that has carried us to the headlines of today. Evan Tucker knows the story behind the headlines and wants to help you understand that many of these stories have been a l ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
The U.S. was cast into a spiralling panic following the economic depression of 1873, and waves of paramilitary violence swept through the south as the debates surrounding Reconstruction swirled on. Amidst this uncertainty, the government, under the leadership of Ulysses S. Grant and his chief advisors, began drawing up a cold blooded plan to strike…
  continue reading
 
In the wake of the barbaric Washita River massacre, George Custer found himself drifting; addicted to gambling, at odds with his wife, and failing in his efforts to take advantage of the American gold rush in New York. Finally, Custer was sent to Kentucky to suppress the terrible post war fighting there, but again found himself alienated from many …
  continue reading
 
Today's guest is Kat Murti, the new executive director of Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP), the country's oldest and most influential student group challenging the war on drugs. Before taking the helm at SSDP, Kat was a longtime staffer at the libertarian Cato Institute, a founder of Feminists for Liberty, and an SSDP chapter head at the Un…
  continue reading
 
In classic Fan of History style we give you Cyrus the Great's conquest of Babylon. No spoilers... Check it out! Links Herodotus: https://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/E/Roman/Texts/Herodotus/1d*.html This is a podcast by Dan Hörning and Bernie Maopolski. If you like what we do you can support the Fan of History project on https://www.patreon.com/fan…
  continue reading
 
"What would you do if your home was attacked? You would stand up like a brave man and defend it. That is our story." Following the bloody Fetterman Fight, which saw the Lakota warlord Crazy Horse and his warriors ambush and massacre American troops, the American public was left stunned, its government and civilian population hungry for revenge. In …
  continue reading
 
Of all the great characters entangled in the story of George A. Custer and the American Indian Wars, few are as captivating as Crazy Horse. A mighty warrior of the Lakota Sioux, and a tremendous military tactician, he was a charismatic but enigmatic figure. The Sioux, of which the Lakota are a subculture, are groups of Native American tribes and Fi…
  continue reading
 
Today's guest is Noam Dworman, the owner of New York's Comedy Cellar, the most influential—and controversial—comedy club on the planet. Dave Chapelle, Louis C.K., Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman, Chris Rock, Andrew Schulz, and many others not only broke out from this club, but they also regularly return to try out new material. Trained as a lawyer, Dw…
  continue reading
 
Bernie and Gil discuss the Babylonian Intelligence Service and the destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians. The first time around didn't go so well for the Assyrians but maybe the Babylonians had an ace in hole? Listen to find out! This is a podcast by Dan Hörning and Bernie Maopolski. If you like what we do you can support the Fan of History p…
  continue reading
 
With the American Civil War coming to a close in April 1865, George Custer, cavalry commander in the Union army, and a man of dubious political leanings for a unionist officer, was sent to Texas. Reckless, daring and bloodthirsty, the conclusion of the war came as a disappointment to him. Then, having allied himself with the new, anti-Reconstructio…
  continue reading
 
“Come on, you Wolverines!” The story of the American Indian Wars of 1862-68 is an enthralling tale of hubris, politics, recklessness, and the merciless assault of industrialisation and modernity on an old world, nearly extinguished. An immense tragedy, it is also a story of great adventure, with formidable heroes and villains on both sides. No two …
  continue reading
 
Stephen Wolfram is, strictly speaking, a high school and college dropout: He left both Eton and Oxford early, citing boredom. At 20, he received his doctorate in theoretical physics from Caltech and then joined the faculty in 1979. But he eventually moved away from academia, focusing instead on building a series of popular, powerful, and often epon…
  continue reading
 
The Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, the Habsburg dynasty's mightiest ruler, was at once King of Spain, Archduke of Austria, Lord of the Netherlands and Duke of Burgundy. With a lineage supposedly stretching back to Noah’s Ark, and a name born in Ancient Rome, the Habsburgs are one of the most influential dynasties in all of European history, shaping …
  continue reading
 
Today's guest is comedy writer Rob Long, who served as a writer for and producer of the great sitcom Cheers for years, writes the weekly Martini Shot commentary, and cohosts the GLoP Culture podcast with Jonah Goldberg and John Podhoretz. He is a columnist for Commentary and a cofounder of Ricochet, the online community and podcast platform. At a l…
  continue reading
 
I've heard Dan Carlin say if it happened in Western history it probably happened even more so in Chinese history. In that vein we give you Lu Pu Pie's House of Drinking and Wife Swapping. (locations opening soon in Scranton, PA USA and Stockholm, Sweden) Special guest: Cornelia Boberg from the Swedish history podcast Nu blir det historia! ENJOY! Th…
  continue reading
 
"The First Emperor will die and his land will be divided….” The First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, left behind him a monumental legacy: an Empire which would last millennia, the foundations of the Great Wall of China, and an eerie Terracotta Army - 8000 warriors who would protect the Emperor in the afterlife. His deeply autocratic reign, and th…
  continue reading
 
Rumours surrounding Lord Byron’s scandalous divorce rippled throughout the world. Finally, he had no choice but to abandon England in disgrace and flee to Italy, an exile but still the most famous man in Europe. Then, in the summer of 1816 in Geneva, he met a young poet named Percy Bysshe Shelley, and one of the most iconic literary friendships of …
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide