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Nella storia dei paesi che si affacciano sul Mediterraneo c’è un buco di circa quattro secoli, che va dal 1200 all’800 a.C. In varie zone scomparvero la scrittura, l’arte figurativa e le città. Eppure i secoli precedenti erano stati un’epoca di grande prosperità e ricchezza diffuse per il mondo occidentale, dall’Afghanistan fino alla penisola iberica, in cui le persone e le cose si muovevano come mai prima di allora, tanto che qualcuno l'ha definito il primo periodo di globalizzazione nella storia umana.
E quindi: cosa successe intorno al 1200 a.C.? Perché molte di quelle civiltà così solide e complesse collassarono su se stesse? Fu davvero colpa dei cosiddetti Popoli del mare, come abbiamo creduto per decenni? Cosa hanno scoperto gli studi degli ultimi anni?
This year marks Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, her 70th year as Queen of the United Kingdom. As the world prepares to celebrate an icon, the British royal establishment is working quietly behind the scenes to prepare the stage for Prince Charles to replace his mother and become King. It’s the moment he was born destined for – and at 73, he’s been waiting a long time. But as his moment approaches, so does widespread apprehension: Can Prince Charles fill his mother’s shoes? Will the people accept him as king? Is there even a place for monarchy in our modern world? In Born to Rule, NBC’s Keir Simmons talks to journalists and royal insiders who’ve followed Prince Charles for decades to help us understand this man who will be king.
From the jungles of Guatemala to the dunes of Arabia, history is full of men and women who battled the tide of change.
Join Elliot Gates to uncover the forgotten stories of those who shaped our world!
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This is the story of Ramayana the epic of India for kids. Story told by Grandma Savitha Rajagopal in a simple way so that kids can understand the story. It's narrated like Bed time stories.
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This podcast series will endeavour to cover the story from both the British and Argentinian points of view.
It was an odd war, fought with the same weapons, NATO weapons. But bullets don’t recognize nationalities, neither do torpedoes and missiles and both sides were going to brutalise each other with western arms.
That was only one of many unusual facts about this short sharp war that has left the veterans on both side wondering what it was all for. As we watch Russia invade Ukraine claiming ownership, this is surely a moment to reflect on the Falklands where 255 British military personnel died, along with 649 Argentinians and 3 Falkland Island civilians.
In comparison and after 5 days of fighting in the Ukraine, Russia has admitted to at least 500 deaths and thousands of casualties. As I put together this show the numbers in Europe were startling – a million refugees have fled the Ukraine and the war is going to lead to millions more.
GK Chesterton wrote once that “The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.”
For the Argentinian’s there was a lot of military historical water under the bridge and that bridge was built on the Malvinas. We must investigate these because they all add up to a crescendo that became a war. For the British it was the same motivation.
The 200 islands in the Falkland Group lie 480 miles north east of Cape Horn straddling the line of 52 degrees latitude and comprising around 4 700 square miles of land.
The theme music "Devastation and Revenge" is composed by Kevin MacLeod and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.
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History podcast run by two GCSE history fanatics. Join Jonah and Charlie for chilled chats around the GCSE course, delving deeper into some fascinating stories. Appearing as guests, several renowned and intriguing expert historians help us explore further into some of their specialist areas, before a short political section joined by many other young people with burning questions.
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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 Pacific. His books on the subject include "The Battle of Bataan," "The First 24 Hours of War in the Pacific," "Final Hours in the Pacific," "The Bitter End," and "Fall of the Philippines." He has also authored a dozen stories in military history magazines, including "Aviation History," "Military Heritage," and "WWII Magazine."
Mr. Young is also the co-founder and first director of the Fort MacArthur Museum in San Pedro, California, which highlights its distinguished role in the defense of our nation.
Welcome to the podcast where we talk about the unanswered questions of history and unravel the mysteries and many questions we ask about our past. Join us as we interview some of the foremost authorities on the brink of solving some of the worlds most enduring questions. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jacob-m-drake/support
Describes the challenges faced during the war and the outcome of the war
Join hosts Sam and Clay as they dive into the background, strategies, and lore behind history's greatest battles. New episodes will be posted every Wednesday and responses from viewers are always welcome. Follow us on social media for more content and to discuss each week's episode!
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Liquor and Liqueur Connoisseur is a podcast for anyone that enjoys distilled spirits!
Built on the premise of drinking, discussing, and discovering the world of distilled spirits, each episode features consistent tastings and much more. The featured spirit's backstory is covered, including history of production, marketing, availability, notable events for the spirit, as well as personal stories on enjoyment.
This podcast features new episodes at least weekly, and is the work of host Matt Birchard, who created the podcast as a way to keep a new year's resolution to himself - which was to drink more!
So enjoy each episode whenever you have time, but it's recommended you enjoy a liquor or liqueur during the show!
Tarihle alakalı her içeriğe kulak kesildiğimiz günümüz Dünya'sında; M. Can Bilge'nin konuklarıyla yaptığı sohbetler, Lafazan ismiyle sizlerle buluşuyor. Merak edilen ve konuşulmayan pek çok tarihi detay, Lafazan'da dinleyicilerle buluşuyor!
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This is the stuff they never taught us in history class.
Ever wonder why famous historical figures like Aaron Burr, George McClellan, Douglas MacArthur, Cato the Younger, Julius Caesar, and many others fell from the great heights to which they had ascended to end up in death or disgrace?
History's Trainwrecks explores the self-destructive tendencies of historical figures who lose everything even when the prize of a lifetime is in reach, often costing them a treasured place in history.
History is full of trainwrecks, and we can’t look away.
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The guide for life we wish we had...
In a similar approach to the Marcus Aurelius' Meditations for Modern Life podcast, but with the shared thoughts of co-hosts Adam Bates and Jamie Keeling adding the dynamic of two way conversation and their combined experiences through life!
For most episode the theme will centre around a different piece of text or quote from a well known Stoic philosopher from those attributed to Socrates through the words of Plato, or to Epicurus, to Seneca or others.
The aim is to bring you the guide for life, a life of happiness and fulfilment.
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We chat with some of the bravest and toughest people in the world. Listen to some of the most incredible stories and people that you can hear.