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Notes On History

By Paul R. Stoetzel

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Description

Paul Stoetzel discusses a wide array of historical topics, from the Ancient World to Today.

Customer Reviews

I Am Thoroughly Enjoying This Podcast

As a frequent downloader of podcasts I have had spent countless hours listening to a variety of podcasts in multiple content areas. I discovered Notes on History and decided to listen to a few episodes. From the beginning I was hooked. The first two episodes on the Founding of Rome were original, insightful, and just plain interesting to any lover of history. In my opinion, Paul Stoetzel's style mixes just the right amount of historical fact and storytelling. I was never bored and thoroughly entertained. The podcasts are enjoyable to listen to and provide some worthy topics for thought and discussion. What more could you ask for? I encourage you to listen and I hope Mr. Stoetzel will continue to record more podcasts.

Short, Thorough, and Just Personal Enough

Like the previous reviewer, I listen to lots of podcasts. I also have been pleasantly surprised by Paul Stoetzel's excellent history podcasts. Never too long, he ranges around history looking for interesting examples through which to show us what history teaches us. Sometimes he tells us the history of a story as when he covered the history of Atlantis. Sometimes we are shown how economics affects history as when he discussed the denarius. Sometimes Paul is comparing two distinct historical figures and how they reacted in very similar situations though separated by culture, many years, and different conflicts. No matter what there is a good blend of personal opinion (always clearly delineated) and the facts. I look forward to enjoying many episodes of this fine podcast.

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  • Category: Higher Education
  • Language: English

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