In this episode of Accessible Art History: The Podcast, I'm kicking off Season 10! To start things off, I'm discussing Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm, Number 30.  For images and sources: https://www.accessiblearthistory.com/post/podcast-episode-46-autumn-rhythm-number-30-by-jackson-pollock  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/accessiblearthistory/support... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Accessible Art History
William Bligh, the very same Captain probably best known for the mutiny on the Bounty, was to be recruited in his later life, as the Governor of the Colony of New South Wales. But it seems his days of attracting mutinous behaviour were not over.  Bligh would find himself again... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Australian History retold by AHP
This northern Ontario town has a recorded history that dates back to the 1770s with fur traders and from there it would prosper. From a pulp mill that supplies all the paper for the New York Times since 1921, to the WW1 Internment Camp, to its historic radar base, there... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Craig Baird
Subscribe to the podcast!https://podfollow.com/everythingeverywhere/   You’ve seen it in your science classrooms, and there was probably a copy of it on the inside cover of your chemistry book. Maybe if you are a real nerd, you might even have your own personal copy.  Yet its very creation was a revolutionary... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Gary Arndt
In an age of expanding railroads, steam-driven ocean liners, transnational telegraphs, and more, the world experienced its “First Wave of Modern Globalization.” In this episode, we discuss the ways it played out in the mid-19th Century, including massive waves of migrations, gold rushes, remittances, trade, foreign investment, international cooperation efforts,... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Dave Broker
Today we travel back into the 19th century to look at the "Meiji Restoration." This is essentially the beginning of "modern Japan" and is quite important for us if we are to understand the Japanese in the years leading to World War II. Fable Beard Company is the official beard... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Shawn Warswick
"This is Today" features the stories that make this day unique. It’s Monday, August 2, 2021, and here is what we talk about today:National Coloring Book DayNational Ice Cream Sandwich DayUnited States CensusWarren G. HardingAlbert EinsteinKevin SmithHelp to support this podcast:Become a Patron!This post was proofread by Grammarly.Subscribe to Learning More... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
Source: This is Today
By X Audio Podcasts
How do you lead a nation when half the country thinks you were fraudulently elected?  I'm not talking about 2021, I'm talking about 1877, when Rutherford B Hayes emerged the winner of an election that was so vigorously contested, he wasn't even officially declared the winner until two days before... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Kenny Ryan
Sophie (age 7) and Ellie (age 5) tell the history of the modern Olympic Games. After last weeks episode on the Ancient Olympic games the girls want to bring the story up to date. Greece was conquered and the Olympics seemed forgotten for 1,500 years. However, after Greece fought and... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Sophie (7) & Ellie (5) tell history for kids
When she died tragically at the age of 53, Constance Fenimore Woolson was ranked with the greatest female writers of all time, including Jane Austen, George Eliot, and the Brontes. What happened to her reputation after that? Did her friend Henry James sink her reputation as an author and a... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-02
By Jacke Wilson / The Podglomerate
Zwei Monate lang haben Bianca Walther, Laura Baumgarten und ich zu Frauen Im Widerstand recherchiert und sie auf Twitter und Instagram sichtbar gemacht. Zum Abschluss sprechen wir in einer Podcastfolge über die Biografien und ziehen Bilanz. Teil 1 unseres Gesprächs.... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
Source: HerStory
By HerStory
Book: theashlandtragedy.com/shopSponser Links:la-touraine.comhttps://partners.getearlybird.io/podcastOur Links:KentuckyHistory.copatreon.com/kyhistorypodpaypal.me/kentuckyhistoryYouTube: youtube.com/c/kentuckyhistorychannelFacebook: facebook.com/kyhistorypod Twitter: twitter.com/kyhistorypod Instagram: instagram.com/kentuckyhistorypodcast Email: jamesoncable@kentuckyhistory.co Audible: audibletrial.com/kyhistorypod... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Jameson Cable
In this weeks episode, we start another little mini series talking about Scotland UNESCO World Heritage Sites.This week we begin with The Old Town of Edinburgh.http://scothistorypod.comscothistorypod@gmail.comhttp://patreon.com/scothistorypod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Owen Innes
Today is emancipation day in the British Caribbean. But did the august 1st 1834 liberation really earn black people their freedom? Listen to find out... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Colour Your Life
In which we have Native American, Himanish Goel, join us to talk about the Trickster figure as a way to open on a central part of many Western Indigenous myths and British Columbia generally! We use Eden Robinson's Son of a Trickster to help us with some of the themes.... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Patrick Aura
This week we digress to bring you an update on the Flinders Street Station Ballroom. Opened briefly for an exciting new art exhibition, lockdowns have been the enemy to the Ballroom reopening. Make sure to check out our website for all that transcript and images goodness.destinationhistorypod.com... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Chantelle Bryant
British General William Tryon leads a raid on Horneck Landing in Connecticut.  Continental General Israel Putnam mounts a defense, then makes a daring escape.  Following the raid, both armies settle into winter quarters: the British in New York City, and the Continentals in Watchung Mountains of New Jersey. Visit my... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Michael Troy
Hi everyone! We're starting a new video series over on our YouTube channel about Britain's 1931 crisis called The Crisis. In it, we'll be looking at the key figures involved, the decisions they made, and the events as they happened, week by week, and sometimes day by day. And don't... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
Source: History's Most
By Alexander Clifford and Peter Daisley
This episode we start talking about how Pre-European Māori were cooking their food and constructing their meals, with some stuff on feasting as well!Roroi recipe from Radio New Zealand.Here are some ways you can support HANZ!Become a Patron!https://www.patreon.com/historyaotearoaBuy some merch!https://teespring.com/stores/hanz-podcastCover photo taken from Wikipedia under Creative Commons Licence. ★ Support this... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
"To Jack, however, it was glorious drama. He stood there, his Macmillan kilt bright against the grey smoke, chin up, fingers working, left elbow rhythmically squeezing the sack, right foot tapping the beat - playing a wild, heathen dance to Vulcan, the Roman fire god.” In his life, John had... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By Evergreen Podcasts
The conquest of Egypt by Alexander and establishment of the Ptolemaic dynasty differed from previous foreign invaders like the Hyksos or the Persians. While the Ptolemies would very much present themselves as traditional pharaohs, they would bring thousands of Greek immigrants, founded poleis, and imported Greek culture en masse. For... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
By The Hellenistic Age Podcast
Sources:Chatterjee, Aroup. Mother Teresa: The Untold Story. FingerPrint!, 2016. Cooper, Kennth J. “Mother Teresa Dies at 87.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 1997, www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/inatl/longterm/teresa/stories/teresa0906.htm. Hitchens, Christopher, director. Hell’s Angel. YouTube, Https://M.youtube.com/Watch?v=NJG-LgmPvYA, 2012, 2012. Hitchens, Christopher. The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and in Practice. Atlantic Books, 2013. Jillette, Penn, and Teller.... Read more
Published on: 2021-08-01
Source: HistoryBoiz
Tenure of Office: 11 September 1789 – 31 January 1795 (Secretary of the Treasury) We begin our new special series with the first Cabinet member to assume office under the constitutional government – Alexander Hamilton! You may have seen the musical, but there are a few more parts of his... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
By Jerry Landry
In this bonus episode we talk about Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow's origins in both the comic books and the movies. We have done our best to avoid spoilers for the new Black Widow movie but be warned we do talk about it.  Find Gemma's online comic book shop on... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
Source: Sagas of She
By Sagas Of She
Want to know what Season One of the Lost Tapes of History podcast is all about? Check out our teaser trailer.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
By Since79 Productions
1649-1650Charles II attempts to balance his desire for revenge on the men who killed his father, and the need to build allies in Europe.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
By Greg Koabel
Join me this week as I start a series on the nine children who were the first to desegregate schools in the south. Elizabeth Eckford, Ernest Green, Terrence Roberts, Minniejean Brown, Jefferson Allison Thomas, Gloria Ray, Thelma Mothershed and Melba Pattillo were all just teenagers seeking the best education possible.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
Source: Civics & Coffee
By Alycia
Emperor Aurelian is best known for his success reuniting the Roman Empire. But how did he do it, when all others who tried failed? The post How Did Aurelian Reunite the Roman Empire? | 271AD-280AD appeared first on TGNR.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-31
By Paul K. DiCostanzo, Patrick Foote
On November 18, 1965, U.S. Navy pilot Willie Sharp ejected from his F-8 fighter after being hit while positioned over a target in North Vietnam. With a cloud layer beneath him, he did not know if he was over land-where he would most certainly be captured or killed by the... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Ian Sanders, James Chilcott & Eileen Bjorkman
In this round of the "Shots," Kelly, Luke, and Cullen join me to discuss and debate everything from "all men are created equal" to Civil War to Civil Rights in the "Battle for Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness," it's Thurgood Marshall v. Thomas Jefferson... with dash of Abraham... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Zachary DeBacco
Having laid waste to the once glorious city of Baghdad, Hulegu Ilkhan now sets his sights east of the Euphrates, to the fertile lands of Syria and Egypt beyond. But what's to follow will set of a momentous clash in Galilee, at a spring called Ain Jalut, that will shake... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Chris Stewart
About this episode:  In 1948, the Southern novelist, William Faulkner, wrote in Intruder in the Dust, ”For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it’s still not yet two o’clock on that July afternoon in 1863, the brigades are... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Fred Kiger
William Rowe served as the Leader of the Opposition for only a few short months in 1956, but he spent over 25 years in Parliament, was a lover of harness racing and even served as the Lt. Governor of Ontario for five years.  Support: www.patreon.com/canadaehx Donate: www.canadaehx.com E-mail: craig@canadaehx.com Twitter:... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Craig Baird
This week''s story takes us from Aldeburgh to Plymouth on the trail of a man and a large sum of money via a chance sighting through a telescope. Buy Coastal Stories a pint here: https://ko-fi.com/coastalstories Coastal Stories on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastCoastal... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
Source: Coastal Stories
By Charlie Connelly
Todays episodes sponsor is Hello FreshHead to Hello Fresh here to receive $80 Discount ($50 - $20 - $10) Including Free Shipping on your First Box! with the code HFAFF80Todays book recommendation is Persian Fire by Tom Holland The Greco-Persian Wars:The Greek and Persian wars would be a defining moment in... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-30
By Mark Selleck
In this episode, I recount the harrowing survival story of Vladek Spiegelman, a Polish Jew who narrowly escaped death during the Holocaust. This episode is based on the amazing Graphic Novel, “Maus,” which takes a unique approach to describing Spiegelman’s story. In Part 1, I recount Vladek's story starting from... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Matthew Motes
Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel shares insights about the signature game of his career – leading Texas A&M to a victory at Alabama in 2012. Host Jackson Michael guides listeners through key moments of the game. Learn more about The Game Before the Money at https://TheGameBeforeTheMoney.com... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Jackson Michael
Thurgood Marshall—perhaps best known as the first African American Supreme Court justice, He also had a profound contribution to the NAACP with his pursuit of racial justice and promoting racial equality during the civil rights movement. As a practicing attorney, Marshall argued a record-breaking 32 cases before the Supreme Court,... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Countryboi
Who was the only power that the Romans were really afraid of? Join us for the first of a two parter on the EPIC North African powerhouse - Carthage. We'll find out why Dido didn't go down with her ship, why you shouldn't get a war elephant drunk and why... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By CTDEA Team
In his last years Konrad tries to further strengthen his power, first by fighting the Hungarians, unseating the duke of Carinthia and a second Italian expedition. Al three of these endeavours backfire. The Hungarians win the war, the duke of Carinthia gets unexpected support from Konrad's son Henry III and... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Dirk Hoffmann-Becking
How Wang Zuo and Yuan Wencai’s forces were brought into the Red Army, and Mao cemented the loyalty of the locals by marrying the Two-Gunned Girl General.Further reading:Stephen Averill, Revolution in the Highlands: China’s Jinggangshan Base AreaPang Xianzhi and Jin Chongji, Mao Zedong: A Biography, vol. 1: 1893-1949Christina Gilmartin, Engendering... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Matthew Rothwell
In today’s letter, Elinore sets out to hire some help, and ends up being a big help herself. She also educates Mrs. Coney about the proper cookware for a camp-fire breakfast.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By American Epistles
The final task of assaulting the Arakan Peninsula as part of the Burma campaign was given to the British 3rd Commando Brigade. Their challenge was to cut off the Japanese supply and escape routes to Rangoon.Historian Lucy Betteridge-Dyson, whose grandfather fought in Burma, joins Al Murray and James Holland to... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-29
By Goalhanger Films
We are back to our regularly scheduled programming with the early reign of Cleopatra. Now that we know all the moving parts happening, both in Rome and in Egypt, everything comes to a head when Pompey arrives on Egyptian shores. Bad advisors, Caesar being Caesar, and some daring actions myths... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By Madeleine Smith
En el programa de hoy el compañero Von Hammer (Antonio Salmerón) nos lleva a volar con el Lyon Air Museum Web: https://lyonairmuseum.org/ Más episodios: ivoox.com/podcast-motor-al-aire_sq_f1117313_1.html Contacto: motoryalairepodcast@gmail.com Facebook: facebook.com/motoryalaire Twitter: @motoryalaire Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By Motor y al Aire
On November 5th 1937 a meeting would take place where Hitler would outline the situation in Europe as he saw it, and why Germany would soon have to go to war.... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By Wesley Livesay
In the final episode of this "season", we revisit disaster on the open ocean.  Inclement weather, over three hundred yachts, the history of boats, and just so many reasons to never set foot in the ocean.   Peter's song pick:: Dreams by The Cranberries https://open.spotify.com/track/4JGKZS7h4Qa16gOU3oNETV?si=23984130963e4d2d Leigh's song pick:: Chaos by... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By This Is A Disaster
Welcome to Fairy Tales Part Three with special guest Serena (aka @CheyenneHist from the Power of Paisa Podcast)! This week we dive into some wild and random fairy tales and the importance of the number 3! Join Patreon NOW to watch the episodes LIVE & comment along! www.patreon.com/historicalafpod Review the podcast... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By historicalafpod
The power of play is very important in helping a child thrive.  It is more than a chance to have fun, but it is also vital to a child’s health and development which enriches a child’s brain, body, and life in many ways.  Now games usually should not result in... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By Brenda Ganske
In 1800, Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, erected the first known Christmas tree at Windsor Castle. She hosted a party for the children of Windsor families. According to Dr. John Watkins, who wrote a biography of Queen Charlotte, the large yew tree stood in a tub in the middle... Read more
Published on: 2021-07-28
By Carol Ann Lloyd