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History on the Run

By Daniel Froehling

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History on the Run is a Podcast dedicated to giving historical stories their chance to shine. Each episode is about 20 minutes long and will come out each Friday every Friday. Each show will be in a series of five episodes that follow a similar historical theme. Not only will the history be discussed, but the deeper meaning behind these events will also show how history is applicable to today.

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this podcast is fantastic!! it is INFORMATIVE and ENTERTAINING. i listened to it over and over again...

"You know"

There are so many good history podcasts around, that I wonder wny he took this on. If you've listened to "The History of Rome" or "The British History Podcast" this becomes hard to stay with.Yes, it's always nice to hear a different take on events, but if I hear, "you know" one more time, I'll scream. Or "now" or "so to say", or "ah/er/the-the-the". Any body else think he rambles? Also you better love the 1812 Overture cause you're going to hear it full blast both coming and going. Sorry, it's my take..

I listened to The Aztec Empire as my intro

Decent information, not much new. I do not appreciate the anti-Western viewpoint. After all, he just told us the Aztecs 80,000 prisoners were sacrificed - more daily deaths than a Hitler concentration camp, as he said -0 but he labels the Spaniards as the brutal side(well, they were more advanced & had better weapons, are they supposed to surrender them? NO ONE knew about microbial bacteria, so myths about the Brits & others leaving smallpox blankets behinds to infect the Indians when it was NOT known to science at that time is ludicrous. Also let's not remember that the New World gave us deadly syphilis. Also a parting shot about the USA needing NOT to "rule" from fear, but from love, is specious. Where are our colonies? Why didn't we annex Western Europe after WWII? The USA stopped that practice, except for Pacific Islands, in WWII. Instead we instituted the revolutionary Marshall Plan. If his other viewpoints are as stilted, I will leave them as ghosts & not download them.

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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