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New podcast looks at protecting Hilter...

Ian Kershaw in the opening of his biography titled Hitler, presents the reader with the following question: “Has this been Hitler’s Century?”.
Ian Kershaw in the opening of his biography titled Hitler, presents the reader with the following question: “Has this been Hitler’s Century?”.
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Latest podcast looks at Constant Peg, the secret US project flying Soviet aircraft.

Starting officially in 1977, the U.S. Air Force implemented one of its most secretive, ambitious, and successful intelligence programs in its history, an amazing story that is still relatively unknown to this day.  Through the ten-year life of its…
Starting officially in 1977, the U.S. Air Force implemented one of its most secretive, ambitious, and successful intelligence programs in its history, an amazing story that is still relatively unkn...
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The Roman Conquest of Greece - The latest Ancient Warfare Magazine podcast is now available.

In this episode Angus is joined by regulars Josho, Murray, Lindsay and Mark with special guest Owen Rees. Its a lively discussion looking at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume, VIII issue 6 “The Roman conquest of Greece” “From the northern rivers and plains…
In this episode Angus is joined by regulars Josho, Murray, Lindsay and Mark with special guest Owen Rees. Its a lively discussion looking at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume, VIII issue 6 "The Roman...
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#ww1 podcast looking at the Battle of Le Hamel now available

By July 1918 the Australian Imperial Force or “AIF” was hardened by four bloody years of war – from the beaches and ravines of Gallipoli, to Fromelles, the Somme, Bullecourt, Messines, Passchendaele and Villers–Bretonneux – of the more than 295,000…
By July 1918 the Australian Imperial Force or “AIF” was hardened by four bloody years of war – from the beaches and ravines of Gallipoli, to Fromelles, the Somme, Bullecourt, Messines, Passchendael...
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New podcast available looking at Englandspiel, SOE during #ww2 in the Netherlands

The Abwehr, the German intelligence service during the second world war was not known for its resounding successes. But in Nazi occupied Netherlands its Operation North Pole, or “the England Game” was resounding success. Captured resistance agents tried…
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In the latest podcast we have a look at the July crisis of 1914... #ww1

It would be a mistake, and an injustice to junior doctors, to assume that the ‘July Crisis’ refers to a purported increase in adverse events attributed to their annual arrival each July on the wards of teaching hospitals. Instead, the ‘July Crisis’ refers…
It would be a mistake, and an injustice to junior doctors, to assume that the ‘July Crisis’ refers to a purported increase in adverse events attributed to their annual arrival each July on the ward...
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What do you know about Omar Bradley? Try this episode of the #ww2 podcast

Omar Bradley commanded more Americans in combat than any other General before or since, at its peak his 12th Army Group numbered 1.7 million men! In the pantheon of World War II leaders he is over shadowed by bigger characters such as Patton or MacArthur.…
Omar Bradley commanded more Americans in combat than any other General before or since, at its peak his 12th Army Group numbered 1.7 million men! In the pantheon of World War II leaders he is over ...
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First episode of season 19 is now available! Looking at the air war of #ww1

In August 1914 the airplane was seen as an interesting toy by the High commands of all the powers. The British Royal Flying Corps took five squadrons to France, consisting of some 60 planes of different varieties. The pilots being generally rich…
In August 1914 the airplane was seen as an interesting toy by the High commands of all the powers. The British Royal Flying Corps took five squadrons to France, consisting of some 60 planes of diff...
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New Ancient Warfare Magazine Podcast - The Jewish-Roman wars

In this episode Angus is joined by Josh Brouwers, Lindsay Powell, Mark McCaffery and Joseph Hall. We look at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume VIII, issue 5 “Rebellion against the Empire: The Jewish-Roman wars” “It is well known that in the opening…
In this episode Angus is joined by Josh Brouwers, Lindsay Powell, Mark McCaffery and Joseph Hall. We look at Ancient Warfare Magazine volume VIII, issue 5 "Rebellion against the Empire: The Jewish-...
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