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Exploring various topics of history and government with a feeble attempt at humor. Don't worry I lack the storytelling ability of a Dan Carlin, the commitment to a fast pace and consistent release schedule of a Mike Duncan. Nor do I have the calm and reassuring voice of a Robin Pierson. What I do have is some spare time and boredom and want to talk about random things in history.
 
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With the Central Soviet banning the use of ciphers in diplomatic cables we sort through the cables and reading the tea leaves a bit about what was said and what was being said between the lines. Don't worry, we finally get there, the Polar Bears arrive.저자 Ryan VanDyke
 
The Secretary of State to the Allied Ambassadors: Aide Memoire The whole heart of the people of the United States is in the winning of this war. The controlling purpose of the Government of the United States is to do everything that is necessary and effective to win it. It wishes to cooperate in every practicable way with the allied governments, an…
 
The western front, we talk about troop levels, lack of manpower reserves at home, and the Americans arriving. Also discuss Germany and its logistics, ability to move troops and the events as they unfold in Russia as we post our final preparation episode into what is happening for background before the American Expeditionary Force in North Russia (A…
 
The US was not interested in involving itself in a European Affair. At least that was the consensus overall in the United States. This feeling was especially strong in the West. Woodrow Wilson seems to have been a dove with a hawk cabinet. What changed the nation's mind to send its boys "over there"? How did a Mexican bandit get the US Army ready f…
 
After answering the question "Did Napoleon ever say which general he regarded as his best opponent? If yes, who is it?" I shared it with friends when the subject came up and thought it had humor and was interesting. So I decided to share it here **Episode was republished on 15 August 2020 from the original recording and posting 8 January 2020 to re…
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
The Frequency of Laughter is a six-part history of radio comedy, covering 1975-2005, presented by journalist and radio fan Grace Dent. In each episode she brings together two figures who were making significant radio comedy at the same time, and asks them about their experiences. This is a conversational history that focuses on the people who were …
 
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