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History Of The Great War

Wesley Livesay

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History of the Great War is a weekly podcast that will cover the First World War that occurred from 1914 and 1918. Every week we will be discussing the events that occurred exactly 100 years ago. We will journey from the borders of France in the blistering heat of 1914, to the shores of Gallipoli, to the banks of Somme, to the final knockout attempt by the German army in the spring of 1918.
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Gallipoli and the Great War

La Trobe University

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The Anzac involvement in the Gallipoli Campaign has had a lasting cultural impact in Australia. Why is it considered such sacred ground? These podcasts will draw together different perspectives on Gallipoli, the ANZACs and the Great War.
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Canada's Great War

Craig Baird

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A chronological deep dive into how the First World War changed Canada forever. This isn't just a look at battles, but what was going on at home, from the politicians leading the country to the people left behind at home, worrying about their loved ones overseas. It will follow the war and how it changed Canada, digging deep into a fascinating period of our history.
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They Call Us The Flying Circus: Two West Virginians In The Great War

Michael Coker with LaRon Jones, Ethan Powels, and Professor Kevin Eagles

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The Great War, World War I, changed the lives of millions in the U.S. Michael Coker, a Master’s in Public History student at NKU University recently discovered a trove of letters written by Cecil “Zeke” Gabriel and Louise Marsh during this period. Coker is working and annotating these documents, dating primarily from 1917-1919. This correspondence provides an intimate window into the lives of two West Virginians separated by a conflict which forever altered the course of history. Zeke became ...
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From Camp Lee to the Great War: The Letters of Lester Scott & Charles Riggle

From Camp Lee to the Great War podcast Archiving Wheeling in partnership with the Ohio County Public Library and the Wheeling Academy of Law & Science

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World War I soldiers from Wheeling, West Virginia, Lester Scott and Charles "Dutch" Riggle were drafted in 1917 and trained at Camp Lee, Virginia. Lester Scott served as a Wagoner (mule team driver) in the 314th Field Artillery Supply Company, Battery “A,” 80th (Blue Ridge) Division in France. Dutch Riggle was a PFC with the same unit. These are their letters home. "From Camp Lee to the Great War: The letters of Lester Scott and Charles Riggle" is brought to you by http://archivingwheeling.o ...
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The Great Chameleon War

Justin Hellstrom

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Welcome to the Nesting Zone: a surreal rim of jungle around Mt. Tahoma prowled by transdimensional reptiles. The Amanuensis catalogues his expedition up the volcano slope and records stories of explorers caught in the evolving dreamscape. Paleo-mythic lizard pyromancy. Blood whisper secrets. Carnivorous astronauts. Cursed poem hallucinations. Staying sane is not an option: a fiction podcast by Justin Hellstrom - rated M for mature.
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From the creators of the acclaimed fan film Severus Snape and the Marauders comes a 12 part audio drama, The Great Wizarding War. The Great Wizarding War is a non-profit fan-based production. Harry Potter and The Wizarding World are properties of Universal, Warner Bros. and J.K. Rowling.
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Great Britain at War

Jeffery Farnol by Podiobooks.com

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The book follows Jeffery Farnol as he visits a number of key locations around Britain and on the continent, each demonstrating how members of English society have come together to work towards the goal of "defeating the hun". On a visit to a naval dockyard, he reports on how the ships are being constructed, takes us on a tour of a destroyer and introduces us to the crew. He also visits a machine gun factory, and discovers how the great guns are built. His tour continues onto the continent wh ...
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This is Part 4 of the new Great War Revisited project. This episode is an expanded, rewritten, and rerecorded version of the Member Episode released in 2019. It was a time for change, and the agent of that change was Sir John "Jackie" Fisher. His views on the future of naval warfare would result in drastic reforms for the Royal Navy and for its fut…
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This is Part 3 of the new Great War Revisited project. This episode is an expanded, rewritten, and rerecorded version of the Member Episode released in 2019. Any naval expansion program would have to contend with the power of the Royal Navy, but inside of the behemoth of the seas there were challenges that would need to be addressed. Contact sales@…
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This is Part 2 of the new Great War Revisited project. This episode is an expanded, rewritten, and rerecorded version of the Member Episode released in 2019. With Tirpitz in control of the Imperial German Navy and it was time to put his plans into action. But to do so, he needed political and public support. Contact sales@advertisecast.com to adver…
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This is Part 1 of the new Great War Revisited project. This episode is an expanded, rewritten, and rerecorded version of the Member Episode released in 2019. Great War Revisited will be a continuing series of brand new content for History of the Great War in which I go back to the First World War and pick out events and themes to revisit. This is t…
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On January 4, 2023, staff of the Ohio County Public Library sat down with Daryl Clausell, Tressie Fitzhugh, Karla Wood, Ron Johnson, Kathy Fuller, Betty Gordon, and Delores Long to record this oral history for the Wheeling Memory Project.From Camp Lee to the Great War podcast Archiving Wheeling in partnership with the Ohio County Public Library and the Wheeling Academy of Law & Science
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We conclude the Fort Donelson battle in the episode, which represents the first major victory of the war for the Union army. Grant captured an entire Confederate army for the first time and came to be know as "Unconditional Surrender" Grant.Andy Jones
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To begin my Verdun series I'm first taking steps back in history to talk about what sparked the animosity between France and Prussia. This will begin with the Middle Ages discussing Charlemagne's rule over Europe to the cause of the France-Prussian (German) War. Enjoy!Richard Cantu
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In this episode, we discuss the aftermath of Belmont and the first big battle of his career, Fort Henry. Before this, we cover Grant's relationship with his wife Julia as well as Henry Halleck. And we discuss a topic that plagued his time in the deep South, the illicit cotton trade and corruption in the war dept.…
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In this special Veteran's Day 2023 episode I look at the efforts of the US WW1 Centennial Commission and work to help continue the memory of the First World War. The United States World War One Centennial Commission: https://www.worldwar1centennial.org/ Doughboy Foundation: https://doughboy.org/ Medicine in World War 1: https://www.worldwar1centenn…
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In this episode, we begin our exploration into U. S. Grant's life starting when he assumed command of the 21st Illinois Regiment in June 1861. We will cover his early camp life experiences, his command at Cairo IL, and the capture of Paducah KY. We end with his first battle in Belmont, MO against Leonidas Polk and Gideon Pillow.…
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In this final episode of the Stonewall Jackson series, we briefly cover the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg. Then we spend most of our time on Jackson's and Lee's masterpiece at Chancellorsville. Stonewall Jackson's career ended the same way it began: With a rebel yell and a complete rout of the enemy.…
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A Member of Parliament, Lt. Col. Samuel Sharpe raised a battalion in his hometown and went overseas. He fought in some of the biggest battles of the war including Passchendaele, Hill 70 and Vimy Ridge. He returned home dealing with severe PTSD and ended his life in Montreal. He was mostly forgotten for a century until the 21st century when he was f…
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Fought by Newfoundland troops, it was a muddy mess but it resulted in a victory for the Allies, but at the cost of many lives. Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: www.canadaehx.com/shop Donate: canadaehx.com (Click Donate) E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com Twitter: twitter.com/craigbaird Mastadon: @canadaehx@canada.masto.host Tiktok: https://www.tiktok…
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With casualty numbers mounting and recruit numbers declining, the government of Sir Robert Borden began to implement conscription. To do so, his government weighted the 1917 election in their favour, and nearly broke Canada into two over the Conscription Issue. Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: www.canadaehx.com/shop Donate: canadaehx.com (Clic…
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It was one of the most important battle victories for the Canadians during the First World War, but it is often lost in the shadow of Vimy Ridge. The battle saw thousands of casualties, but was the first time the Canadian Corps were led by a Canadian general. Support: patreon.com/canadaehx Merch: www.canadaehx.com/shop Donate: canadaehx.com (Click …
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This episode covers Jackson's taking of the Union supply depot at Manassas Junction and the Battle of Second Bull Run. Then we finish with the Battle of Chantilly. Some believe this was Jackson's masterpiece, others believe it was Chancellorsville. You be the judge.Andy Jones
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