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The topic for the new #ancient #warfare #podcast is Death, Dying and Killing in the Ancient World...

In this episode we’re going to be discussing the concept of death, dying and killing, how is described and perceived, in the ancient world. It’s thanks to Wim Sonnemans, one of our patrons for suggesting the topic. Joining Angus are stalwarts of the…
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We're back with another Wargames, soldiers and Strategy podcast!

After a unintentional hiatus over the summer the WSS gang get the band back together and compare notes on what’s new. Guy also has a chat with Craig Cartmell, from the Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare about their new game Thud and Blunder. >Download
WSS18 - Whoops Hiatus
WSS18 - Whoops Hiatus
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The latest podcast looks at the #French Campaign in Egypt and Syria 1798-1801...

The French invasion of Egypt in the summer of 1798 was the first great seaborne invasion of the modern era. With 335 ships and almost 40,000 men, it was the largest seaborne force ever launched in the Western world – at least since Xerxes’ vast fleet…
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September 2018 marks the 80th anniversary of the Munich agreement, where the British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain, flew to Germany to meet Hitler; in an attempt to avert war. He famously returned with an agreement which he believed would deliver…
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Hurrah, a new episode of the Medieval Warfare Podcast - Museums and the Middle Ages... #history

This summer we had the chance to take in several museums and their medieval collections. We talk about how to show the Middle Ages with Elisabeth Taburet-Delahaye, director of Musée de Cluny in Paris, and Bianca Gendreau, who curated the ‘Medieval Europe…
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‘Remember Scarbrough’: A countdown to Total War - A new episode of the podcast...

As some of you may know, after working on the podcast for the last twelve years it has inspired Angus to return to University to undertake a Master Degree… Along the way he’s been pondering the attacks the German’s made on the North East coast in December…
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The American built M3 tank was one of the first tanks purchased and supplied in large numbers to the British army in WWII, where it was known as the 'Grant' or the 'Lee'.

The American built M3 tank was one of the first tanks purchased and supplied in large numbers to the British army in WWII, where it was known as the ‘Grant’ or the ‘Lee’. In this episode Angus is joined by prolific tank writer and former employee of…
The M3 'Grant' Tank
The M3 'Grant' Tank
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We're back with Season 25! To Kick off things off we've a look at the Battle of Monongahela. If you've enjoyed the podcast for the last 24 seasons, and want to help keep it going, why not become at patron? https://www.patreon.com/thehistorynetwork

In 1753, the Governor of the colony of Virginia sent George Washington, who was a twenty one year old major in the Virginia militia, to the French Fort LeBoeuf near Lake Erie in the Ohio Valley, to demand the French leave the area. This ultimatum was…
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