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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.
 
This is a place for dialogue about 'Christians vs Pharisees: Choosing sides and how to fight for them in the Mormon Civil War' and other collaborations like 'The Loyal Opposition' where Peter Bleakley has teamed up with Nemo the Mormon. At current rates of decline in active membership the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will functionally cease to exist in Europe, most of the rest of the world and several regions of the USA in the next 10-15 years, so radical reforms need to happe ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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 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.
 
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!
 
America is divided, and it always has been. We're going back to the moment when that split turned into war. This is Uncivil: Gimlet Media's new history podcast, hosted by journalists Jack Hitt and Chenjerai Kumanyika. We ransack the official version of the Civil War, and take on the history you grew up with. We bring you untold stories about covert operations, corruption, resistance, mutiny, counterfeiting, antebellum drones, and so much more. And we connect these forgotten struggles to the ...
 
In this third book of Joseph Altsheler's Civil War series, Harry Kenton, a lieutenant in the Southern Army, is on scout patrol in the Shenandoah Valley. He has attracted the notice of the great General Stonewall Jackson after his regiment, the Invincibles of South Carolina, suffered great losses at the Battle of Bull Run. As the war continues, Harry meets each challenge that he faces with his close friends and fellow warriors. (Summary by Ann Boulais )
 
Treasure Outfitters is a video blog or vlog chronicling the adventures of real life treasure hunters. We will explore America's rich history. Emphasis will be placed on the southern states and the Civil War. Research and metal detectors will assist us on this journey. Our goal is to preserve the past one artifact at a time. All episodes of The Treasure Hunters were filmed on private property with landowner's permission. The digital device used is a Sony Cyber-shot digital camera.
 
Pax Britannica is a narrative history podcast covering the empire upon which the sun never set. Beginning with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of England, Pax Britannica will follow the people and events that created an empire that dominated the globe. Hosted by a PhD candidate in British Imperial history, and based on extensive scholarship and primary sources, along with interviews with experts in their field, Pax Britannica aims to explain the rise and eventual fall of ...
 
Join writer/director Jared Moshé and actors David Call and Barlow Jacobs for a moderated discussion with Brian Brooks about their new film, "Dead Man’s Burden." Set in the aftermath of the Civil War, the film tells the story of Martha (Clare Bowen) and her husband Heck (David Call), whose struggle to make ends meet on their New Mexico homestead is complicated by the return of Martha’s brother Wade (Barlow Jacobs), believed lost in the war.
 
Albert Richardson was a reporter for Horace Greeley’s New York Tribune when he volunteered to hazard an undercover journey through the American south, reporting incognito on the growing secession crisis in that region. With the outbreak of the Civil War in April 1861, he attached himself to the Union armies as a war correspondent, sending dispatches from the fields of battle for the next two years. Then, in May 1863, while attempting to pass a Confederate battery outside Vicksburg, Richardso ...
 
Edward Everett Hale (1822 – 1909) was an American author, historian and Unitarian clergyman. Hale first came to notice as a writer in 1859, when he contributed the short story "My Double and How He Undid Me" to the Atlantic Monthly. He soon published other stories in the same periodical. His best known work was "The Man Without a Country", published in the Atlantic in 1863 and intended to strengthen support in the Civil War for the Union cause in the North. Though the story is set in the ear ...
 
This video is a preview lasting 3:00 Minutes.TO SEE ALL 8 EPISODES IN THEIR ENTIRETY, PLEASE VISIThttp://www.celebrategreece.com/products/56-the-first-war-for-the-west"Go back 2,500 years to the wars between ancient Greece (West) and Persia (East). The Greco-Persian Wars 2,500 years ago were a clash between two peoples, two cultures,two systems of government and two continents. The first clash between East and West.A clash that has, sadly, continued all the way to today."-- Dr. Michael Scott ...
 
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 ...
 
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We're finally tackling that war that always seems to pop up in our conversations: The Spanish Civil War. We talk leftist unity, mujeres libres, anarchism, the totally coincidental connections between the church and the military as repressive forces, and more. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail:…
 
Geographically, to this point, most of our focus has been on the campaigns in the Mississippi River Valley and the mid-Atlantic states. In this episode we explore what was happening in the far west. In 1862, a Confederate force launched an offensive into the territory of New Mexico. The plan was bold, but risky. The Confederates were going to depen…
 
- MY INVITATION TO AN APOSTASY TRIAL - THE WOMEN AT IT AS WELL - THE SHAME GAME - MRS B TRIES TO BE A PHARISEE - REASONED PROGRAMMING - THE C WORD - PETER THE PERSECUTED CULTIST - MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER AND HOW IT WAS MEANT TO BE FROM HUGH B My part on the Mormon Civil War is heating up as I have been invited to a trial for Apostasy, but this provide…
 
About this episode: From the Battle of Gettysburg, there are as many stories as participants. For this episode, selections from the first day: stories about the first shot, the arrival and instantaneous death of a Union corps commander, the desperate struggle for a flag, an unlikely 69-year-old volunteer, and two infantry regiments savagely engaged…
 
I was joined for a chat by Mike Somerville The president of American Civil War roundtable UK 🇬🇧 In the podcast we talk about how mike first became interested in the American Civil War aswell as the history of the organisation and its future after covid And what you benefits you can expect by becoming a member of the roundtable uk Mike also talked a…
 
The indirect approach wins. The direct approach loses. Are we headed for another civil war in America? Dealing with a poor superior. Dealing with the fear of blood. Jiu Jitsu: I may have a substandard academy and not know it. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exclusive-content…
 
A few episodes ago, John Spencer spoke to retired Colonel Leonard DeFrancisci about his Marine Corps civil affairs detachment's role during the Second Battle of Fallujah. He joins the Urban Warfare Project Podcast once again to continue the conversation, this time describing the massive coalition effort to rebuild the city after intense fighting an…
 
Accepting a painful reality. How to control a rowdy bunch of 13 y/o. Dealing with an alcoholic spouse. When it clicks that you're on THE PATH. The most helpful thing a wife can do. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exclusive-contentPar Jocko DEFCOR Network
 
On Cool Science Radio , Joining the show is Avi Loeb, Chair of Harvard's Department of Astronomy. In late 2017, scientists at a Hawaiian observatory glimpsed an object soaring through our inner solar system, moving so quickly that it could only have come from another star. Loeb contends it was not an asteroid; it was moving too fast along a strange…
 
On Cool Science Radio , Lynn and John speak with Chris Fischer, Founder and Chairman of OCEARCH. OCEARCH, has just returned from its 40th ocean research expedition off the coast of the Carolinas. Ocearch has collaborated with 42 scientists from 28 research institutions, and collected data for 23 science projects about sharks.…
 
It's time for another art history episode! This time Christine is teaching us about the Federal Art Project, a division of the WPA. You can find the slideshow of artworks discussed on our social media. Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmecommunism@gmail.com Patreon: Patreon.com/teachmecommunism And like and subscribe…
 
Who is the media meant to serve? And why does it matter today, arguably, more than ever? 50 years ago, National Public Radio began as a small, scrappy news organization with big ideals and a very small footprint. Over the subsequent years of coverage and programming, NPR has grown and evolved into a mainstream media outlet, with a mission of servin…
 
Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate For this episode, I found the following publications particularly useful: Kishlansky, M, Monarchy Transformed Macinnes, Allan, The British Revolution, 1629-1660 Harris, T. Rebellion Michael J. Braddick. The Oxford Handbook of the English Revolution D…
 
Opening: Getting Humbled VS Getting Humiliated. How to effectively council someone. Can you learn leadership too early? How to avoid injuries in Jiu Jitsu. How to make leadership and your team's environment fun. How does it feel for Jocko to be a celebrity? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exclusive-content…
 
On Cool Science Radio , science writer Jocelyn Zuckerman comes on the show to talk about palm oil. Did you know palm oil accounts for 1/3 of the total global vegetable oil consumption? Palm oil is not only found in our toothpaste, shampoo and makeup, it also makes its way onto our dinner plates. Find out how this oil is quietly taking over every fa…
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn are speaking with biologist Jonathan Balcombe about his book, Super Fly and The Unexpected Lives of the World's Most Successful Insects. Balcombe illustrates the essential role that flies play in every ecosystem in the world as pollinators, waste-disposers, predators, and food sources. He also discusses how the…
 
When, why, and how did the Supreme Court get the final say in the law of the land? The question of the Court's role, and whether its decisions should reign above all the other branches of government, has been hotly debated for centuries. And that's resulted in a Supreme Court more powerful than anything the Founding Fathers could have imagined poss…
 
During the recent outbreak of fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, many of the Israeli strikes targeted Hamas tunnels. That raises a range of important questions. What advantages do subterranean environments lend to combatants? What military challenges do tunnels pose? More broadly, why is underground warfare occurring increasingly frequently…
 
The recent violence that engulfed Gaza and Jerusalem began with an issue that's plagued the region for a century now: settlements. In East Jerusalem, Palestinian residents are facing forced removal by Israeli settler organizations. It's a pattern that has repeated over the history of this conflict. Historian Rashid Khalidi guides us through the his…
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn speak with Astrophysicist Dr. Emma Chapman, who has written: First Light: Switching on Stars at the Dawn of Time . Chapman shares information on how the first stars were formed, why they were so unusual, and what they can teach us about the Universe today. They also discuss state-of-the-art telescopes that will…
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn have a conversation with Leah Harter, Director of Counseling at the Christian Center of Park City. Harter is a licensed Mental Health Counselor and has been a practicing therapist for more than 20 years. She comes on the show to discuss a fascinating technology she and other therapists use to help treat insomni…
 
Back to the mailbag! This week’s topics: an addendum on Ireland, a definition for liberalism, healthcare, L3Cs, tips for young communists, and children’s rights in a communist society. And in our intro segment, Christine gives us the horoscopes of famous commies. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gm…
 
0:00:00 - Opening 0:01:49 - Combat Lessons 7, Rank in File in Combat. 1:27:19 - Final thoughts. 1:28:10 - How to stay on THE PATH. 1:47:46 - Closing Gratitude. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/jocko-podcast/exclusive-contentPar Jocko DEFCOR Network
 
From Walnut Hill School for the Arts with host Dave Zobel Stereo Left: Carolyn Faye Fox, Murray Horwitz, Dr. Nancy Berg Stereo Right: Arnie Reisman, Delaney Nolan, Barry Nolan Rounds Played: R1: Out of In-Words R2: Bluff (haboob) R3: Acceptance Speeches R4: Bluff (plewd) R5: What's Going On in the Song?…
 
On Cool Science Radio, John and Lynn bring Jennie Romer on the show to talk about the science of recycling. Recycling rules vary widely from place to place, and Romer assists communities in drafting meaningful legislation that helps produce less waste, especially single-use plastic.Par claire@kpcw.org (Claire Wiley)
 
On Cool Science Radio , John and Lynn discuss Scientific American’s most current science stories with journalist Lee Billings. These stories include Space X´s plans to put thousands of satellites in the sky so that the whole world has wifi, the genetically modified mosquitoes recently released in Florida, and why the cicada hatch is especially stro…
 
Communist Movie Night is back and this time, we brought a friend: Noam Chomsky! Well, not literally. We’re just watching a movie about him, Manufacturing Consent, which explores the bias in the media and how it plays into capitalism and imperialism. Check us out on social media: Instagram: @teachmecommunism Twitter: @teachcommunism Gmail: teachmeco…
 
The Arab Spring erupted ten years ago when a wave of "pro-democracy" protests spread throughout the Middle East and North Africa. The effects of the uprisings reverberated around the world as regimes fell in some countries, and civil war began in others. This week, we remember the years leading up to the Arab Spring, and its lasting impact on three…
 
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