The area of Fort Qu'Appelle has a deep history that is fascinating. From its three forts, to the signing of Treaty 4, to its importance in the North West Resistance of 1885. The town has seen three Royal Family visits, and is the birthplace of both Eddie Shore and Buffy... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Craig Baird
Il quinterno di scritturazione ha rappresentato un elemento di formazione permanente per generazioni di Carabinieri. Si trattava in buona sostanza di far migliorare i Carabinieri, ma anche gli appuntati e i vicebrigadieri, nelle loro capacità di scrittura in una società che era ancora profondamente analfabeta. In questo senso il quinternetto... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Flavio Carbone
Subscribe to the podcast!  https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/ I’ve had many episodes where I talked about a country being a “republic”. In fact, we often use the word but many people have a mistaken idea about what exactly a republic is.  So what exactly is a republic, and how does it differ from... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Gary Arndt
This is Today features the stories that make this day unique. It’s Wednesday, October 27, 2021, and here is what we talk about today:Navy DayNational Black Cat DayNational American Beer DayTime for ChoosingETHelp to support this podcast:Become a Patron!Subscribe to Learning More Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
Source: This is Today
By X Audio Podcasts
Toxic masculinity is a real thing and it permeates our pop culture, politics, social media, the workplace, and many other aspects of daily life. On this episode Greg leads a great conversation about how toxic masculinity affects our society, what we need to do about it, and what it really... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By The Sonar Network
On September 30, 1938 one of the more controversial events of the interwar period would occur. But first, some background.... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Wesley Livesay
One day four boys went into the woods looking for birds eggs.  What they found was not birds eggs.  It was a body.   Welcome to Episode 75 - Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm    We got merch!  Shop now: HorrifyingHist1.redbubble.com   www.horrifyinghistory.podbean.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horrifyinghistory Instagram: https://instagram.com/horrifying_history Twitter:... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Brenda Ganske
Show notes:Host: Carol Ann LloydGuest: Professor Suzannah Lipscombsuzannahlipscomb.comfacebook.com/sixteenthCgirl/ twitter.com/sixteenthCgirlinstagram.com/sixteenthCgirlpodcast: Not Just the Tudors on HistoryHitCreative Director: Lindsey LindstromMusic: Historical Documentary licensed through Audio Jungle/Envato MarketsSummary:Professor Suzannah Lipscomb is an author, historian, broadcaster, and now podcaster. Her expertise covers a wide range of topics, including witchcraft. Her latest book is What is... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-27
By Carol Ann Lloyd/Suzannah Lipscomb
It's October and this month we have two Halloween themed After Darks heading your way. This time Emily looks at some superstitions that surround death. Join us to learn more about the Victorians, the mortsafe and why some US towns were digging up their dead. We now have merch! Find... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
Source: Sagas of She
By Sagas Of She
Here’s a question: What do you think of when you hear the phrase “public art”? What is it? Who is it for? What is its purpose, anyway? In this episode we’re going to be exploring all of these questions with archaeologist and educator Laura Aitken-Burt, on the topic of ancient... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By LittleFire
It’s almost Halloween folks so it’s time to dive into another spooky lady. Ines de Castro is probably the most famous Queen of Portugal that you have never heard of. Why is that? Well she had been dead for a few years when she was declared Queen and her body... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Ayden Fitzgerald
Now that every possible faction in Bulgaria's chaotic political system has angered every other faction, it seems only two things can now unite them: a desire to restore the Tarnovo Constitution and to show their anger towards Russia. Now it remains to be seen just how they will go about... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Eric Halsey
We dig into the dubious story of Winston Churchill's naked encounter with the ghost of Abraham Lincoln. Then we welcome author, paranormal investigator, and New England Legends host Jeff Belanger for a fascinating conversation about the long history of reported hauntings in the White House, why New England has so... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Howard & Jessica Dorre
Shrines and Painting. Tutankhamun's Burial Chamber is a beautiful space. The decorations, though "simple," convey a meaningful series of events. The King's ascent to the sky, his entry to Osiris' kingdom, and his meeting with various gods, forms a beautiful journey in the afterlife. Also, the King's shrines (wood and... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Dominic Perry
d States began to establish official commercial relations with Tahiti, the government and the sailors who visited there thought that the U.S. consuls would be able to help them get the most out of their visit. But instead, the first two U.S. consuls destroyed the reputation of the United States... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
Black soldiers, airmen and sailors contributed hugely to the Allied war effort. Al Murray and James Holland are joined by John Concagh, who has extensively researched the subject, to explore the role of African, Caribbean and black British forces in the Second World War.A Goalhanger Films productionProduced by Harry LinekerExec... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-26
By Goalhanger Films
In this episode of Accessible Art History: The Podcast, I'm discussing the life and works of Artemisia Gentileschi. She was a Baroque artist that used her pain to create stunning and powerful feminist works of art.  For images and sources, please go to this blog post: https://www.accessiblearthistory.com/post/podcast-episode-53-artemisia-gentileschi --- Support this... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Accessible Art History
In this episode I'm continuing the #NightofTheLivyDead Halloween tradition with a look at witches and demons in ancient Mesopotamia. How were they viewed? What made a witch? How did you counter a demon? And how does a magical river battle figure in all this? Listen and find out! Music by... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By AncientBlogger
Pope Johannes has a secret.... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
Source: PONTIFACTS
By Pontifacts
Chester A. Arthur is the most corrupt politician to ever become president. For years, he made a fortune making sure enough money disappeared from the New York City customs house to keep his patron in power. When a backroom deal made him vice president and an assassin's bullet ended James... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Kenny Ryan
In Italia, il potere si è consolidato infine nelle mani di un re, il primo, vero re di un regno italiano dei Longobardi, non il capo tribù del suo popolo. In questo episodio, andremo nel regno dei Visigoti e alla corte dei Franchi, sulla frontiera persiana e nei Balcani, ma... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
Source: Storia d'Italia
By Marco Cappelli
By the summer of 1485, Maximilian of Habsburg had quashed the first major revolt against his rule and regained control over Flanders, in the name of his young son Philip. He then set off for Germany to become King of the Romans, leaving the administration of his realms in the... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Republic of Amsterdam Radio
Sophie (age 7) and Ellie (age 5) celebrate Hallowe’en by telling Ghost stories from history.----more----   They start with stories from ancient times. They tell how Odysseus went down to the underworld after winning the siege of Troy and met with ghosts. Aeneas, a Trojan prince, was fleeing Troy. He... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Sophie (7) & Ellie (5) tell history for kids
Charles Hamilton was every young girl's dream. Handsome and dashing, he could have his pick  of the eligible ladies for his wife. And he did. Not once. But 14 times! Leaving each one once he'd taken what he wanted. But that wasn't the most sensational aspect of the tale... THIS... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By The Backtracker
The ladies are wrapping up spooky season with stories that range from delightful to downright dark. First, Emily shares the legend of the selkies, half human, half-seal creatures that were known for being forced to become wives by men, or seduced lonely women. Then, Kelley tells the twisted true tale... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Wining About Herstory
The American poet Dana Gioia calls Charles Baudelaire "the first modern poet," adding "In both style and content, his provocative, alluring, and shockingly original work shaped and enlarged the imagination of later poets, not only in his native France but across Europe and the Americas." In this episode, acclaimed translator... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Jacke Wilson / The Podglomerate
Obras de Velázquez, Rubens, Vermeer o Goya fueron la atención de ladrones de arte para poder venderlas, o del IRA como herramienta política. Esta inmensa mansión construida por el Conde de Milltown en 1775, se fue llenando de obras de arte adquiridas a tratantes de toda Europa. Pero tanta riqueza... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
By Dani CarAn
https://books2read.com/matchlockbook1 Listen to When Diplomacy Fails HERE http://www.wdfpodcast.com/matchlock Check out the podcast website Check out Pax Britannica Merch! Facebook | Twitter | Patreon | Donate Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-25
Source: Pax Britannica
By Samuel Hume
Welcome to Nursery Rhymes Part Two with Ye Olde Crime Podcast! Brace yourself for some dark origins of two more tales: Three Blind Mice and Ring Around the Roise! Join Patreon NOW to watch the episodes LIVE & comment along! www.patreon.com/historicalafpod Review the podcast and you can win an "If you... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
By historicalafpod
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf entfloh dem Missbrauch ihrer Ehe, wurde für Kritik an der liberianischen Regierung zweimal inhaftiert, machte in der Weltfinanzszene Karriere und wurde schließlich erste demokratisch gewählte Präsidentin Afrikas. Aber auf dem Weg dahin traf sie mitunter problematische Entscheidungen, die auch ihren Friedensnobelpreis fragwürdig machen.... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
Source: HerStory
By Jasmin Lörchner
Sources:Bly, Nellie. Ten Days in a Mad-House. BLURB, 2019. Editors. “Blackwell's Island Asylum.” Blackwell's Island Asylum - Asylum Projects, 2021, http://www.asylumprojects.org/index.php/Blackwell%27s_Island_Asylum. Horn, Stacy. Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad & Criminal in 19th-Century New York. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, a Division of Workman Publishing, 2019. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
Source: HistoryBoiz
Sponser Links:la-touraine.com use promo code KHPhttps://linktr.ee/Kyhistorypod... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
By Jameson Cable
Year(s) Discussed: 1806-1808 With a diplomatic resolution to the Chesapeake/Leopard affair looking increasingly unlikely and the threat of war looming, President Jefferson and his administration worked in late 1807 to devise an alternative to war while also preparing for the nation’s defense. Meanwhile, James Monroe’s frustrations continued in London while... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
By Jerry Landry
The American Revolution Podcast was recorded live onsite in Quakertown at the grand opening of the new Liberty & Co Store. We discuss local history, including the Walking Purchase, smuggling the liberty Bell, the Doan Gang, and Fries Rebellion.  ... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
By Michael Troy
As a little break between our two Stonehenge episodes, we are fascinated by carved stone balls found throughout Scotland but we've got no idea what they're meant to be. Come along as we check out this interesting mystery. For images and more head on over to our website: destinationhistorypod.com Included... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
By Chantelle Bryant
Maize, or corn, is grown all over the globe.  But it wasn’t always this way.  This plant has its origins in southern modern-day Mexico, with its parents being teosinte and tripsacum.  But the off-spring of these two parent plants was quite different than the maize we know and love today,... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-24
Some may be shocked to find that there are many Long Islands out there, each with its own fascinating history. We've taken up the challenge of finding those who are passionate about their own Long Island and bringing them here. We're starting in Casco Bay, Maine, speaking with Karen... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-23
By Long Island History Project
1652-3Oliver Cromwell struggles to hold the disparate elements of the Commonwealth coalition together, but the mounting pressure seems to make a break all but inevitable.... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-23
By Greg Koabel
Did you know the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 was not the largest to hit the United States? Tune in as I discover a series of devastating earthquakes, known as the New Madrid Earthquake Sequence. For a few months in 1811 and 1812, residents of the small community were left... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-23
Source: Civics & Coffee
By Alycia
We reflect on the reforms Bligh had introduced and note the rising aggravation amongst the 'trading group', who were beginning to lose some of their previous dodgy income streams and privileged arrangements.  Many were challenging Bligh's authority, particularity through the courts and with appeals directly to England, and as tensions... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-23
By Australian History retold by AHP
I talk with the writers and editors of Terrorism in the Cold War a new two volume book that uses a wide range of case studies including Polish Military Intelligence and Its Secret Relationship with the Abu Nidal Organization and Gladio – Myth and Reality: The Origins and Function of... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Ian Sanders, Thomas Riegler, Przemyslaw Gasztold and Adrian Hänni
It's Bird of the Year time again! This year the pekapeka-tou-roa, New Zealand long tailed bat, was added into the running. So I decided to chat to Aotearoa's bat expert to so he could tell us all about them!Become a Patron!https://www.patreon.com/historyaotearoaBuy some merch!https://teespring.com/stores/hanz-podcast★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
It's the Season 2 Battle Royale!Only on DGMH could you find a conversation that compares Thurgood Marshall to Isabella of Castile, the Marquis de Lafayette to Abraham Lincoln, King Charles II to Winston Churchill...  It's bound to be a beautiful mess!  Cheers! Support the show here and get access to... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Zachary DeBacco
What is an investiture controversy? What does it have to do with the Early Modern Period? Will this episode have a defenestration? For that last one, yes. But for the rest you will have to listen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Benjamin Jacobs
Starting out as an ambassador, then a cabinet minister, Lucien Bouchard's falling out with his friend Brian Mulroney would result in the creation of the Bloc Quebecois. From that point, Canadian politics would change forever. On top of that, Bouchard served as the premier of Quebec and led the Non... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Craig Baird
The Age of Warfare dies with King Naresuan. The final years of his reign were marked by the reestablishment of Ayutthayan supremacy across the region. Old vassals were restored to subservience, trade routes were brought back under central control, and rebels were snuffed out in an instant. But King Naresuan... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Cody Michaels
**Give Away details**To coincide with this episode release I will be running a giveaway where I will be offering up 2 copies of Eric Cline’s Book, 1177 BC the Year Civilisation Collapsed, where winners will be drawn on the 1st of November 2021. 1 copy I will be offering as... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-22
By Mark Selleck / Eric Cline
Would you ever think Thomas Edison, George Easton, Ian Fleming and Bill Blass all took part in deception? In the World's Greatest Con?  It's the story of James Bond, Inflatable Tanks, Celluloid Film and a WW2 Ghost Army. Sit back and be amazed at this story of America's most respected... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-21
By Dan R Morris
According to contemporary John Hayward, ‘no one knew better than Elizabeth I (1558-1603) the art of commanding men.’ Even at 17 her tutor said the constitution of her mind is exempt from female weakness and she is endued with a masculine power of application. No apprehension quicker, no memory more... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-21
By Jonny Langton
Where was London's first railway line? How was crisis adverted? Why was the project a Project Manager's nightmare?  Join Hazel as she explored this often forgotten history. Learn things about London that most Londoners don't even know in a 20 minute espresso shot episode of London history with a splash of... Read more
Published on: 2021-10-21
Source: London History
By LondonGuidedWalks.co.uk