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France Since 1871by John Merriman
European Civilization, 1648-1945by John Merriman
Holocaust Lecture Seriesby Beverly Asbury
Understanding the French Revolutionby Donald M.G. Sutherland
Queens of England Podcastby James Boulton
New Books in European Studies Podcastby Marshall Poe
Napoleon: The Man and the Myths Podcastby Andrew Roberts
History of the Great War Podcastby Wesley Livesay
History Ireland Show Podcast
A weekly podcast tracing the history of the Roman Empire, beginning with Aeneas's arrival in Italy and ending (someday) with the exile of Romulus Augustulus, last Emperor of the Western Roman Empire.
If you are new to Napoleon, then we hope this show will give you a taste to learn more. If you are already an experienced hand, then we hope you will enjoy hearing a couple of Napoleon geeks tell the story that you are already familiar with.
The year was 1944. The village of Sighet in Hungary had been grasped by the evil and unrelenting hand of Hitler, and its people...
Why did some Japanese soldiers keep fighting after World War II ended? What made Peter the Great so Great? Tune in and learn more Stuff You Missed in History Class in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.
BBC History magazine is the world’s leading History monthly. Check out the podcast, featuring, expert interviews.
The Irish Renaissance in the early 20th century was a remarkable period for arts, literature, and culture—and it sprang out of the legendary history of the nation.
HistoryPodcast is a show simply devoted to history. Anything and everything related to history will be covered. If you have a passion for history this is the podcast for you.
This is a compilation of highlights of some of the most well-known speeches of modern times, spanning the years of 1940-1987.
A overview of history of the world. Topics include Identities and Ideals...
Rick Steves' Audio Tours provide history and art commentary while navigating through sprawling museums and historic sites.