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History is, indeed, a story. With his unique voice and engaging delivery, historian and veteran storyteller Fred Kiger will help the compelling stories of the American Civil War come alive in each and every episode. Filled with momentous issues and repercussions that still resonate with us today, this series will feature events and people from that period and will strive to make you feel as if you were there.
 
Explore the rich history of our past through the lens of our military institutions. From the settlement of North America to the present, this podcast encompasses traditional military history and goes the extra step to address the evolution of ideas and institutions. Join us!
 
The Civil War was the most important even in American history. That's because it decided what kind of nation America would be and whether or not the promise of universal liberty would be fulfilled. And what decided the outcome of the Civil War was its battles. Hosted by history professors James Early and Scott Rank, this podcast explores the ten most important battles in the Civil War. It features every major conflict, from the initial shots fired at the Battle of First Bull Run to the end o ...
 
Recollections of the Civil War records the events that took place during the American Civil war. It forms one of the most remarkable volumes of historical, political, and personal reminiscences which have been given to the public. Mr. Dana wrote these Recollections of the civil war according to a purpose which he had entertained for several years. They were completed only a few months before his death on October 17, 1897. Go to the e-book on this book's catalog page for some great illustrati ...
 
Held in the last year of the national commemoration of the Civil War Sesquicentennial, leading historians offer fresh perspectives on the turbulent conclusion of the conflict. Speakers discuss prominent political and military leaders, Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, and other episodes that helped bring peace but also foreshadowed a troubled reunion for the nation.
 
Directors Anthony and Joe Russo and actor Sebastian Stan discuss Marvel Studios highly anticipated Captain America: Civil War. The story unfolds as the Avengers fracture into two camps, one led by Steve Rogers' desire to remain free and the other by Tony Stark, as he takes the surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability. Hosted by Chris Hewitt at the Apple Store, Covent Garden in London.
 
During the sesquicentennial of the Civil War (spring 2011 through spring 2015), the Organization of American Historians is committed to bringing the best current thinking on this complex era to a wide audience. In keeping with our mission to promote excellence in the scholarship, teaching, and presentation of all American history, we aim to explore the war from its beginnings through its aftermath, especially mindful of the needs of history teachers and students, the challenges faced by publ ...
 
Hosted by Antonio Elmaleh, the author of the acclaimed novel The Ones They Left Behind, “Uncovering the Civil War” brings to life interesting, little-known, or even unknown, facts about the Civil War, and how people, places, and events during the Civil War impact our lives today. "Uncovering the Civil War” is especially created for anyone interested in American history, the Civil War/Reconstruction, educators, and students. Our goal is to get a “Wow! I never knew that! They didn’t teach us t ...
 
The period in French history from 1562-1598 is known as the French Wars of Religion, in which the country was torn by civil war and struggles for power between Catholics and Protestants. This podcast seeks to follow the conflict from its origins in the reigns of King Francis I and King Henry II, to its conclusion with the Edict of Nantes.
 
This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant will fund six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on the the Civil War Era and Digital Storytelling. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. Teaching scholars include Dr ...
 
An audio documentary featuring Dr. Peter Glazer and produced for Rhode Island's Future by reporter Andrew Stewart. They discuss the history of music produced in solidarity with the Second Spanish Republic during the Civil War of 1936-1939 and its impact on members of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. This material is produced as an educational endeavor for a non-profit organization. All rights reserved. All permissions granted for broadcast by nonprofit and educational organizations. No monies sh ...
 
With the election of the anti-slavery Republican candidate for President, Abraham Lincoln, the Southern states decided they had to take drastic action in order to protect their own interests. On December 20, 1860, a secession convention met in South Carolina and adopted an Ordinance of Secession from the Union. Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas quickly followed suit. These states sent delegates to Montgomery, Alabama and on February 8, 1861 adopted a provisional co ...
 
Published in 1866, Battle-Pieces and Aspects of the War is a collection of poems about the Civil War by Herman Melville. Many of the poems are inspired by second- and third-hand accounts from print news sources (especially the Rebellion Record) and from family and friends. A handful of trips Melville took before, during, and after the war provide additional angles of vision into the battles, the personalities, and the moods of war. In an opening note, Melville describes his project not so mu ...
 
Leander Stillwell was an 18-year-old Illinois farm boy, living with his family in a log cabin, when the U.S. Civil War broke out. Stillwell felt a duty “to help save the Nation;” but, as with many other young men, his Patriotism was tinged with bravura: “the idea of staying at home and turning over senseless clods on the farm with the cannon thundering so close at hand . . . was simply intolerable.” Stillwell volunteered for the 61st Illinois Infantry in January 1861. His youthful enthusiasm ...
 
April 15, 1865. President Lincoln is dead and the country in turmoil. Secretary of War Edwin Stanton takes control, determined to bring the assassin to justice—but the hunt for John Wilkes Booth isn’t all that grips Stanton. Lincoln’s successor, Vice President Andrew Johnson, is likely to bend to southern interests and undo the very progress for which Lincoln died. Edwin Stanton must employ every bit of political wile he can muster to secure the future of the freed slaves, and the nation. Co ...
 
Don Trumbull: former air carrier owner, civilian defense specialist and founder of the Safe State Project presents the unknown story that many of our politicians are eager to reveal in 2021. If you think “we the people” are in a trap, it’s worse than we know, and it’ll take a miracle to get us out, this podcast is for you. What if there was a special threat, a special defense and our only salvation hiding under the surface? What if an EMP attack is now the preferred war strategy of our enemi ...
 
Epic stories of Black people who fought for their liberty and transformed America after the Civil War. Using first-hand accounts from diaries, newspapers, speeches, and letters, this is a narrated docu-drama about the failures and successes of the Reconstruction era, told by those who made it happen.
 
A weekly podcast from AlertsUSA, Inc expanding on SMS alerts sent as part of the National Threat and Incident Notification Service for Mobile Devices. Topics covered include terrorism, border security, nuclear and radiological emergencies, civil unrest, embassy warning messages, major public health threats such as epidemics and pandemics and more. Each weekly episode is a fast paced roundup of threats, developments and practical advice directly impacting your safety and security.
 
Public radio's game show of bluff and bluster, words and whimsy. The warmest, wittiest cocktail party - it's spirited and civil, brainy and boisterous, peppered with musical interludes. Fast paced and playful, it's the most fun you can have with language without getting your mouth washed out with soap. Our motto: It's not important to know the answers, it's important to like the answers!
 
'Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-2023' is a project run by Dr Marie Coleman and Dr Dominic Bryan at Queen's University Belfast. The project, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, examines approaches to the upcoming centenary of the partition of Ireland and is one of a number of funded research projects being undertaken at Queen's University Belfast linked to the commemoration of the Irish 'decade of centenaries'. Speakers at 'Commemorating Parti ...
 
History's Most is a podcast that delves into interesting, under-reported and controversial topics in history and applies superlatives to them. We deep dive headfirst into a variety of topics, from history's most guilty man, to the most disasterous voyage, to complicated wars and confusing politicians.
 
The Virginia History Podcast covers the rich history that has made the Commonwealth what it is today. Events covered during this podcast will include - Colonial Era American War for Independence Pre-Civil War Civil War Reconstruction Early Modern Virginia During the World's Wars Cold War Virginia Contemporary Virginia Along the way, I will blog, mostly small notes, resources, and pictures to supplement the history at www.vahistorypodcast.com
 
🎥 +🍻 Does the world need another movie podcast? No – it needs this one, dammit! A couple of Okies & their buddy in the bayou host in-depth discussions about the latest films, pit seminal classics against one another, and catch up the cinematic staples they’ve somehow overlooked. PLUS! beer + movie pairings, recommendations, and a whole lot more!
 
How can we prevent a country from returning to civil war? When and how should external parties intervene in serious conflicts? This album looks at the decade of violence and destruction that occurred in Sierra Leone in the 1990's. Now that peace has finally come about through the efforts of the international community, it's time to debate whether the root causes of war have been adequately addressed, and what lessons can be learned. 50% of Sierra Leoneans are under 15 and unskilled. Lack of ...
 
The History of the Cold War Podcast will cover the Cold War from the period of roughly 1945 to 1991 and the fall of the Soviet Union in bi-monthly instalments on the first and fifteenth. This Podcast will examine the Cold War from a number of different perspectives including political, diplomatic, cultural, ideological etc. This series is intended to be a grand narrative of the conflict exploring it from its early origins to its final moments and its effects on the world today. Please join u ...
 
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By early 1864, POW populations in Civil War prison camps had exploded, and conditions in the camps were abysmal. In an attempt to liberate captured Union soldiers held at nearby Belle Isle prison, Gen. Judson Kilpatrick and Col. Ulric Dahlgren plan a daring raid on Richmond. When the raid doesn't go as planned, suspected ulterior objectives lead to…
 
In the podcast i chat with James Evans whos ancestor's all served and fought in the union army in the american civil war in the video we discuss his 4x great great grandfather's and 2x great grandfather's hope you enjoy. (robert lewis tadlock who was in 60th illinois volunteer infantry regment.) (Tomas jefferson junkins who was in the 12th kansas v…
 
About this episode: It was a Tuesday, April 11, 1865 - only two day after Robert E. Lee had surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia. Down in North Carolina, with Major General William T. Sherman’s relentless blue wave only some 30 miles to the southeast of Raleigh, NC, Confederate General Joseph E. Johnston’s men of the Army of Tennessee began to…
 
The Civil War was as much as struggle to keep armies supplied as it was to vanquish an adversary. Logistics during the Civil War had many modern qualities, in particular, using railroads to supply and move armies around the country. Both the Union and the Confederacy used their railroad networks to keep their armies fed. Unfortunately, the Confeder…
 
A besieged party office on Great Strand Street, a planned ambush from the rooftops of Westmoreland Street, a riot in Glasnevin Cemetery and a march on Leinster House abandoned at the eleventh hour. These events are all part of the story of Dublin and the road to the Spanish Civil War. Historian Fergus Whelan joins me on this edition of the show.…
 
In this episode, we are joined by fellow podcaster Chris Stewart of The History of China to discuss one of the bloodiest wars in all of human history: the Taiping Rebellion. We take a look at a timeline of the conflict, from the formation of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom by its leader, Hong Xiuquan (a man who believed himself to be Jesus's brother),…
 
In this week's update we look into the details of an attempted intrusion, and follow on shooting, at CIA Headquarters in Virginia. An expanded written version of this update can be found within our weekly Threat Journal newsletter. You can subscribe for FREE by simply visiting https://www.ThreatJournal.com . A link to this issue will immediately be…
 
In April and May 1941, Dublin bravely answered the call of Belfast, after bombs reduced much of the city to rubble. It remains an inspiring moment of human heroism, all the more important to remember against the backdrop of the current political situation in the North. This edition of the podcast is dedicated to the memory of Joe Fallon.…
 
After the highs and lows of Revenge of the Sith, it felt like we were due to even back out with some mid-tier content. And hey, good news, the Blue Shadow Virus is nothing if not mid. One one hand, it spends some solid time characterizing nearly every one of our leads. On the other, its combination of mad scientist stock villain, half-developed Ber…
 
Today on the show: Biden flip flops on immigration numbers in response to a national protest against the administration's attempt to back pedal on asylum numbers and the amount of children that will be taken into the country. Also, City College of San Francisco is in a fight for it's life. We'll feature an extended dialogue with an instructor and a…
 
In the second of our three prologue episodes, we meet General Grant, who finds himself ensnared in the political battle between Stanton and Johnson. In this Inside the Episode bonus feature, hear co-executive producer Robert McCollum interview the creators Steven Walters and Erik Archilla about the true history behind the podcast. Listen early and …
 
General Ulysses S Grant finds himself caught in the middle of the struggle between Stanton and Johnson. 1865 is an Airship production. Starring Jeremy Schwartz as Edwin Stanton and James Black as Ulysses S Grant. Also featuring (in order of appearance): David Charles R Bruce Elliot Chris Salazar John Tyson Blake Hackler J Michael Tatum David Coffee…
 
Today on show: On World Press Freedom Day, we examine the U.S. Government’s hypocrisy on the subject of the free press as it relates to noted political prisoner, and wikileaks publisher Julian Assange. And we’ll hear a rousing eulogy from All Sharpton regarding the back of the head police-assassination of Andrew Brown Jr in North Carolina…
 
The 13th Amendment abolished slavery in 1865, but African Americans knew the “freedom” of emancipation was incomplete without universal citizenship and rights protected by law. Learn how their insistence on having a full stake in American freedom helped transform federal policy and codify the rhetoric of “liberty” into law. Support the show: https:…
 
In this week's update we look multiple federal intelligence briefings warning of domestic extremist and jihadist threats to the homeland. An expanded written version of this update can be found within our weekly Threat Journal newsletter. You can subscribe for FREE by simply visiting https://www.ThreatJournal.com . A link to this issue will immedia…
 
Says You! 2404 from Syracuse, NY with host Dave Zobel Stereo Left: Carolyn Faye Fox, Murray Horwitz, Guest Panelist: Farah Jadran Stereo Right: Tony Khan, Lenore Shannon, Barry Nolan Rounds Played Round 1: Dictitious Round 2: Bluffing - messuage Round 3: Build our knowledge Round 4: Whangee Round 5: Frequently misheard lyrics…
 
Today on show: Francisco Herrera joins us tonight from Washington D.C. to talk about a major national action in support of the children planned for Saturday in the nation's capitol. Also, we’ll have a report on An Oakland MAY DAY celebration that will support low wage workers, protest police violence, and demand housing for all, And we’ll also hear…
 
Today on the Show: A Judge in North Carolina refuses to release the video tape that would show the sheriff’s firing squad killing of: yes say his name, Andrew Brown Junior. Also the Modi government refuses crucial pandemic aid from US based seek group. And the massive disinformation campaign against China continues unabated, as do the attacks again…
 
If you went back and looked at every foreign policy decision Joe Biden made — every single one — would you be any closer to understanding him? This week on Intercepted: Our editor-at-large and senior correspondent Jeremy Scahill and reporter Murtaza Hussain examined the past 50 years of Biden’s decisions, poring over hundreds of pages of archival c…
 
During the 1930s China would experience a devastating invasion. This invasion was launched by the Japanese who were trying to obtain greater access to the natural resources available in Manchuria and northern China. The result would be the start of the Second Sino-Japanese War, a devastating conflict, and perhaps the start of the Second World War.…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Professor Alan McPherson to discuss the assassination of Orlando Letelier: the topic of his book Ghosts of Sheridan Circle: How a Washington Assassination Brought Pinochet's Terror State to Justice. In September 1976, former Chilean ambassador and human rights advocate Orlando Letelier was killed in a car bombing o…
 
Today on show: We continue our drumbeat coverage of the assassination style killing of Andrew Brown Jr in North Carolina, by as many as 8 sheriff’s deputies firing automatic weapons. Also, a closer look at the Ocscar-Nominated film based on the Trial of the Chicago 7, real, or a fantasy degrading to the real importance of the history…
 
In the first of our three prologue episodes, we flashback to the events leading up to President Andrew Johnson’s impeachment, starting with a famous dinner between Edwin Stanton and Charles Dickens. In this Inside the Episode bonus feature, hear co-executive producer Robert McCollum interview the creators Steven Walters and Erik Archilla about the …
 
Edwin Stanton sits down with a famous scribe to tell the story of the events that led to Johnson’s impeachment. 1865 is an Airship production. Starring Jeremy Schwartz as Edwin Stanton Also featuring (in order of appearance): David Charles R Bruce Elliot J Michael Tatum Blake Hackler John Tyson Chris Salazar Created by Steven Walters and Erik Archi…
 
Today on show: Are the police in North Carolina covering up the 10 bullet shooting of another unarmed black man. We'll hear from the family and their attorneys for Andrew Brown Jr. Also, the immigration nightmare for thousands of asulum seekers mostly children, continues unabated as kids and families continue to flood at the border. And the hungry …
 
The Reverend shares what church has meant to the Black community, both historically and currently, as well as how to find God in times of struggle and injustice. Support the show: https://www.pledgecart.org/pledgeCart3/?campaign=9D88F97A-621A-46C0-98FA-3BC3199AE799&source=#/home See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With what can only be described as "season finale energy," today we detour from our Clone Wars journey in order to (re)visit the final film in George Lucas' much derided Prequel Trilogy: Revenge of the Sith. Do we debate at length where the final blame for Anakin's downfall lies? Yes. Do we dream up ways that things could have gone differently? Abs…
 
Today on the show: In the wake of the conviction George Floyd’s murderer, we consider what a real transformation of policing policy might look like. Also, BP’s penchant for deadly deep water explosions have been getting the attention of investive reporter Greg Palast. And City College again under the budget knife of city administrators…
 
Today on the Show: A huilty verdict in the George Floyd trial. What is the real significance? Also, protestors take to the streets in Oajkand, California, to celebrate and to continue the natonal Black Lives Matter struggle against police terrorism. Later, we talk about a protest against KQED public radio, for it's dis=information reporting on the …
 
Today on Flashpoints: On a special editon of the show, Miguel Gavilan Molina and The Flashpoints team reports from San Diego and the US/Mexico Border. We continue to document the battle for humane immigration reform in this country and the Biden Administration's attempts to turn it's back on the children.…
 
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