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History of the Second World War is a weekly podcast which will cover World War 2, beginning with the tumultuous years after the First World War, continuing into the descent into war during the 1930s, through the war years, and then into the post war aftermath.
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World War I Podcast

MacArthur Memorial; Amanda Williams

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World War I created many of the political, cultural, and economic fault lines of the world today. Produced by the MacArthur Memorial, this podcast explores a wide variety of topics related to World War I.
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The World War 2 Radio Podcast

Brick Pickle Media LLC

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The goal of this podcast is to deliver radio broadcasts as you would have heard them 80 years ago, during the days of World War 2. Our episodes will be a mix of entertainment, news and other information. You’ll hear each episode as close to the original date as possible, with some additional bonus episodes thrown in that include related content.
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This podcast series, produced in cooperation with the subcommittee of history of Second World War of Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Central European University, introduces cutting edge publications by the members of the subcommittee and other authors. It's aim is to change the ways we talk about the history of the Second World War. The series features both English and Hungarian podcasts.A Közép-európai Egyetem és az MTA második világháború története albizottság közös podcastjában az albiz ...
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We live on WeaponWorld. Why not PeaceWorld? How would it work? What should we expect? Has that transition been discussed to your satisfaction or has it been suppressed? PeaceWorld is my gift to you. --- Nous habitons la terre en armes. Pourquoi pas le monde paisible ? Comment marcherait-il ? Cette transition a-t-elle été discutée de façon satisfaisante ou supprimée ? A toi, mon offrande du monde paisible.
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The Battles of the First World War Podcast goes in-depth into the battles of the Great War of 1914-1918. The goal is to really go into the details of how and why these battles unfolded and happened as they did. In telling the narrative of these clashes we can revisit some of the stories of the men and women who lived, fought, and died during the first titanic struggle of the 20th Century, for these people have stories that deserve to be told.
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World War II Chronicles

Radio America

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World War II Chronicles is a weekly look back to 'This Week in World War II, 75 Years Ago.' Originally produced in coordination with the National Archives to mark the 50th anniversary of the war, World War II Chronicles features original newsreel reports and archival footage to tell the story as it happened, week by week. Hosted by famed World War II newsreel anchor Ed Herlihy, World War II Chronicles is produced by the American Veterans Center.
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World War ll

Jemma Riordan

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This podcast contains information about World War ll communication. It also contains information about how Nazi Germany used the Enigma to send secret messages during the war. Lastly, this report covers how the Allies cracked the Enigma code. Cover art photo provided by Benjamin Behre on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@hellothisisbenjamin
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2014 marks the one hundredth anniversary of the First World War, whose war dead still cascade down the north wall of the entrance to Christ Church Cathedral, and which continues to haunt the imagination of contemporary Britons, shaping our views of armed force, of authority, and of patriotism. This lecture series looks at aspects of the First World War. Sponsored by the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Life, and Christ Church Cathedral
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First World War Poetry Digital Archive

Oxford University

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Podcasts created by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive Project at Oxford University. This project is digitising the manuscripts of the major British poets of WW1 and making them freely available online, along with a set of teaching resources. The project is funded by the UK's Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) - and run by Oxford University's English Faculty and Computing Services (http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ww1lit).
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For every history lover World War II was a major event that is filled with history from the beginning to the end. This podcast talks about all fronts, all divisions, and all branches. We even talk about the home front and how different they are in each country involved. Each year and event that took place we cover. Cover art photo provided by DAVIDCOHEN on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@dcp
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Key Battles of World War One

James Early & Scott Rank, PhD

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World War One is the watershed moment in modern history. The Western World before it was one of aristocrats, empires, colonies, and optimism for a future of unending progress. After four years of hellish trench warfare, shell fire, 10 million combat deaths, and another 10 million civilian deaths, the world that emerged in 1918 was irrevocably changed. Nation-states came out of the rubble, along with a push for universal rights. New technologies emerged, such as tanks and fighter planes. But ...
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World War America Podcast

Anderson Thomas

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Hi, I’m Anderson Thomas and I’m attempting to re-write the book on the modern citizen journalist. I’m offering a behind-the-scenes look at active political corruption investigations. Some are on the biggest names and organizations in American politics. As director of the Government Integrity Project at NLPC, my research sparked investigations that led to prosecutions of elected officials on every level of government, from federal to local and state over the last fifteen years. I’m hoping to ...
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This is a new series of episodes that are designed to solve one problem, this podcast is going to take a long time. One side effect of the amount of content the podcast needs to cover is that there are times when there is information from previous episodes or series that originally released years in the past which is now important background inform…
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A review of Lawrence Kaplan’s new book, “Pershing’s Tankers: Personal Accounts of the AEF Tank Corps in World War I,” and a couple of excerpts from men of the AEF 301st Tank Battalion. Book link here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=Pershing%27s+Tankers Order it from your local bookstore so that you support your local businesses. The BF…
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Pető Andrea a legtöbbet idézett és legtöbb nemzetközi díjjal kitüntetett magyar történész. Munkássága előtt tisztelgő kiadvány jelent meg Aki kimondja, amit ki kell mondani címmel, visszautalva egy korábbi kötetének címére (Elmondani az elmondhatatlant) a Balassi Kiadó gondozásában és Virányi Péter és Klacsmann Borbála szerkesztésében. Ezt a kötete…
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How does World War I poetry help us understand the complexity of the experience of the war? Why was poetry so important then? Why does the poetry of World War I continue to have such resonance? To answer these questions, the World War I Podcast hosted two subject matter experts: Dr. Connie Ruzich, Professor of English at Robert Morris University an…
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Between 1932 and 1945, hundreds of thousands of women and girls across Asia were forced into sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army. Referred to as "comfort women", they were taken from countries including Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines and Indonesia to be raped by Japanese soldiers. Today, the issue remains a source of tension between…
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Today we have the April 9, 1944, episode of Ceiling Unlimited. The series ran from 1942 to 1944 and was sponsored by the Lockheed Corporation. It dramatized stories of aviators in the war, as well as offering music and other entertainment. Visit our website atBrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts. Subscribe to the ad-free version at https://podcasters.spot…
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The campaign was almost over, but for the people of Norway the war was just beginning. Contact advertising@airwavemedia.com to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Today we have NBC’s War Telescope as it aired on April 8, 1944. The series was broadcast from London and offered weekly updates on the war every Saturday, as well as looking at what could be coming in the weeks and months ahead. Visit our website atBrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts. Subscribe to the ad-free version at https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod…
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Today we have an April 5, 1944, NBC news special. It offers an inside look on how NBC was planning to cover the upcoming D Day invasion of Western Europe by the Allies. Visit our website atBrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts. Subscribe to the ad-free version at https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldwar2radio/subscribe…
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Contact advertising@airwavemedia.com to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesWesley Livesay
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Today we have the April 2, 1944, edition of CBS World News Today. It includes analysis and updates on the war from Naples, London, Pearl Harbor, Washington and New York. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find us on Facebook at facebook.com/ww2…
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This is a release of a former Patreon-only episode. The Germans and Russians are ready to fight, and each gives battle. The Russian 1st Army invades East Prussia from the east, and meets German 8th Army forces at Stallupönen. Both sides clash again at Gumbinnen, where the Germans suffer a stinging defeat that sets off a panic within 8th Army headqu…
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Today we have an address from British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on recent victories by the Allies and the course of the war. It was delivered on March 26, 1944, over the BBC. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information.…
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In the areas around Narvik the fate of northern Norway would be decided. Contact advertising@airwavemedia.com to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesWesley Livesay
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Today we have the March 26, 1944, edition of CBS World News Today. It includes analysis and updates on the war from Naples, London, Pearl Harbor, Washington and New York. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find us on Facebook at facebook.com/ww…
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Today we have the March 24, 1944, edition of the NBC News of the World, with reports on the potential invasion of India by Japanese forces, along with updates from London, Cairo, New York and Washington. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find …
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Today we have the March 20, 1944, issue of the Crisco RadioNewspaper. Hosted by Bernardine Flynn and Durward Kirby, these daily news update were broadcast over CBS and sponsored by Crisco. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find us on Facebook …
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While the Norwegians were trying to hold back the German attacks, they believed that help was on its way. Contact advertising@airwavemedia.com to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Today we have an address from U.S. Vice President Henry Wallace on the role of free enterprise, delivered on March 17, 1944. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find us on Facebook at facebook.com/ww2radio.…
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The Mount Vesuvius eruption that buried Pompeii in 79AD is well known, but far fewer people know about the last time the volcano erupted in 1944. It was World War Two, and families in southern Italy had already lived through a German invasion, air bombardment, and surrender to the Allies. And then at 16:30 on 18 March, Vesuvius erupted. The sky fil…
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Le développement soutenable de technologies paisibles. Activisme, commentaire social, prévision du futur, prophétie politique, théorie politique, écologie paisible, idéalisme, renouveau urbain, fédération globale. La représentation du monde paisible qui nous manque. Prier lire "L'Avenir" d'abord.mark
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WORLD WAR COVID From WeaponWorld to PeaceWorld Learner, begin - CONCLUSION - “It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.” An Upton Sinclair quote taken from the column of Mike Mailway (pseudonym for L.M. Boyd of regretted memory) syndicated by the Seattle Post Intelligencer of regrett…
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When most people think of World War I on the Western Front, they probably think of trenches. Trench systems were present along most of the 475 miles from the English Channel to the Swiss Alps. It wasn’t just one straight continuous line, however. The system had many layers that supported the daily life and movement of millions of soldiers. If laid …
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As the Germans invaded Norway, in Paris and London decisions had to be made about how to respond. Contact advertising@airwavemedia.com to advertise on History of the Second World War. History of the Second World War is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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In this episode, I speak with Jason Bell, author of Cracking the Nazi Code. This book tells the true story of Winthrop Bell, a Canadian philosopher who worked for MI6 between WWI and WWII as a spy, providing important intelligence. You can purchase this book through this Amazon affiliate link. You can find out more about Jason Cole at his faculty p…
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Today we have the March 12, 1944, edition of CBS World News Today. It includes analysis and updates on the war from Naples, London, Rio de Janeiro, Madrid, Pearl Harbor, Washington and New York. Be sure to visit our website at BrickPickleMedia.com/podcasts, where you can find links to past episodes and other information. You can also find us on Fac…
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