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The Everything History Podcast is a iTunes published show focused on history education. Published once a week and hosted by University of Illinois student Thomas Hendrickson. Everything History tells historical tales from several different angles and each episode focuses on a separate historical event unless in requires more episodes to flesh out. Hope you enjoy the show!


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Ep. 53: Introducing the YouTube Channel


Mon, Mar 13, 2017


This episode shortly introduces the podcast's newly created YouTube channel, entitled "Everything History Podcast." Please give it a look, and this episode also goes over how best to listen to episodes from YouTube and some semantics about future plans for the podcast's content. 

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Ep. 52: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor, Part Six (Audiobook)


Mon, Mar 06, 2017


The final reading from Victor's Liber de Caesaribus, sections 41 and 42. 

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Ep. 51: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor, Part Five (Audiobook)


Wed, Mar 01, 2017


Second to last episode of the reading of Liber de Caesaribus that covers sections 38-40. Victor is now coming near his own time period, the mid-fourth century, and begins to dispense more information accordingly. 

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Ep. 50: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor, Part Four (Audiobook)


Mon, Feb 20, 2017


This episode extends from section 29 of De Caesaribus to section 37.  

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Ep. 49: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor, Part Three (Audiobook)


Mon, Feb 06, 2017


A continuation of Sextus Aurelius Victor's abbreviated history concerning the emperors and their actions. 

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Ep. 48: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor (Part Two)


Mon, Jan 16, 2017


Audiobook of Sextus Aurelius Victor's De Caesaribus (Liber de Caesaribus; Book concerning the Emperors). Part two covers sections 8-17, from Emperor Vespasian to the assassination [by arm-lock] of Commodus.

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Ep. 47: De Caesaribus by S.A. Victor, Part One (Audiobook)


Mon, Jan 09, 2017


The first of a few short readings from Sextus Aurelius Victor's Liber de Caesaribus. This episode, part one, contains the first eight sections of his book. The book is an abbreviated history of each Caesar (emperor) and therefore these first eight sections cover the first eight emperors of Rome from Augustus Caesar to the Vitellius. 

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Ep. 46: Short Remarks on Marcellinus' 14th Book


Mon, Jan 02, 2017


I highlight a few points that I found interesting in the Res Gestae of Ammianus Marcellinus. 

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Ep. 45: Ammianus Marcellinus (Audiobook) 14.11


Mon, Dec 26, 2016


The end of Marcellinus' Book 14. He discusses the actions of Constantius Augustus against his junior emperor Constantius Gallus, actions that are quick and incredibly violent.  Section 11: Constantius Gallus Caesar is summoned by Constantius Augustus and executed.

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Ep. 44: Ammianus Marcellinus (Audiobook) 14.8-10


Mon, Dec 19, 2016


Ammianus Marcellinus addresses the Eastern provinces, the trials of innocent men by Constantius Gallus, and a brief conflict with the Alamanni by Constantius Augustus along the Rhine.  Section 8: Description of the Eastern Provinces. Section 9: Of Constantius Gallus Caesar. Section 10: The Alamanni sue for peace, which is granted by Constantius Augustus.

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Ep. 43: Ammianus Marcellinus (Audiobook) 14.6-7


Mon, Nov 21, 2016


Continuing with Ammianus' Res Gestae, picking up with the sixth section of his fourteenth book.  Section 6: The faults of the Roman Senate and People. Section 7: Atrocities and savagery of Gallus Caesar.

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Ep. 42: Gilman Scholarship + Bonus History


Wed, Nov 02, 2016


In this episode I take a moment to recognize the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. A program that I have participated in and benefited from. I detail the program in order to spread awareness of the opportunities made available my the scholarship and to encourage college students to apply for the scholarship. gilmanapplication.iie.org I also touch briefly on the history around a series of nineteenth and early twentieth century political crises that had massive ramifications on European politics and the current form of Europe and its nearby counterparts. 

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Ep. 41: Ammianus Marcellinus (Audiobook) 14.1-5


Mon, Oct 17, 2016


This episode kicks off the beginning of the text reading from Ammianus Marcellinus, specifically Book 14 sections 1-5. If you're curious why this text reading does not begin earlier see Ep. 40. The events described by Marcellinus were written in the late fourth century C.E. and those in this episode date to c. 353-4.  Section 1: Cruelty of [Constantius] Gallus Caesar Section 2: Inroads of the Isaurians Section 3: An Unsuccessful Plot of the Persians Section 4: Inroads of the Saracens; their customs. Section 5: The torture of the followers of Magnentius.

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Ep. 40: Overview - Augustus to Diocletian


Tue, Oct 04, 2016


The podcast is shifting to the histories of Ammianus Marcellinus. This is a great shift in time, over three centuries, and in this episode I give a quick overview of the events within the Roman Empire during those centuries. Specifically 14 CE - 337 CE.  

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Ep. 39: The Reign of Augustus


Mon, Sep 19, 2016


This episode covers the imperial reign of Augustus. Including how he managed the provinces, dealt with Republican problems, managed the economy, looked over a literary golden age, and much more. This is also the final episode on Augustus and the episode concludes with a quoted passage from Augustus' own writing, from his Res Gestae. 

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Ep. 38: The Transformation into Augustus


Mon, Sep 05, 2016


In this episode Octavian Caesar is now atop the Roman world but he is forced to learn how to maintain such a status. As he does so he transforms not only the Roman world but his own personal image. Thus he becomes Augustus Caesar in 27 BCE. 

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Ep. 37: The Battle of Actium


Mon, Aug 08, 2016


Octavian and Antony finally go to war. The two sides muster two massive forces and loyalties are split between the two former triumvirs. Octavian has made sure to make all of his actions legal in the lead up to the war, and the war is settled in a bizarre engagement off the coast of western Greece, Actium. 

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Ep. 36: Reemergence of Cleopatra & the Sicilian Revolt


Mon, Aug 01, 2016


This episode covers 42-36 BCE. Octavian and Antony, not so much Lepidus, begin to put the Roman Republic back together. Octavian manages the West and Antony the East. Along the way Marc Antony meets Cleopatra, loses his wife to jealousy and illness, and gets married again to Octavian's sister Octavia. Caesar also deals with the difficulties of settling his veterans, appeasing the people, and a war instigated by Lucius Antonius--Antony's brother. Caesar calls up his good friend Marcus Agrippa to lead his forces and together they take on Sextus Pompey to solidify Octavian's control of the Roman Republic's West. 

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Announcement


Mon, Jul 18, 2016




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Ep. 35: The Battle of Philippi


Mon, Jul 11, 2016


The Second Triumvirate is officially formed and they begin to formulate and enact a plan of action to defeat Brutus and Cassius in the East. The plan includes many deaths along the way, by means of the dreaded proscriptions. The forces of Octavian and Antony finally converge, however, on Brutus and Cassius in the decisive Battle of Philippi in October of 42 BCE. 

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Ep. 34: The Second Triumvirate


Tue, Jul 05, 2016


The Second Triumvirate of Octavian Caesar, Marc Antony, and Marcus Lepidus is unofficially formed in this episode. To make this happen I detail the story of how Octavian repositioned himself politically in order to regain the advantage from the Senate and the supporters of the Conspirators. 

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Ep. 33: Appearance, Person, and Habits of Augustus Caesar


Mon, Jun 27, 2016


The title exactly. This episode covers Octavian/Augustus Caesar as he really was, not his great deeds but his naturally daily habits. The primary source for this episode is the ancient biographer Suetonius. 

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Ep. 32: The Mutina Civil War


Mon, Jun 20, 2016


Marc Antony, Octavian Caesar, and the Roman Senate (led by Marcus Cicero) continue to struggle. Antony and Caesar are at each others throats and Antony desires an early takeover of the province of Cisalpine Gaul. Antony's rashness leads to a civil war and Octavian finally requires an office, but as Octavian and Antony battle the Senate gains the advantage. 

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Ep. 31: Prof. Laurence


Thu, May 05, 2016


Joining the podcast today is Professor Karen Laurence. She is currently guest lecturing at the University of Illinois with the Classics department. Her full-time occupation is as an archaeologist of ancient Greece. Today I interview her on the material world during the Age of Augustus Caesar. 

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Ep. 30: Caesar Reborn


Mon, Apr 25, 2016


In this episode Octavian receives word of his adopted father's assassination and makes his way to Rome to enter public life, gathering forces and allies as he goes. Marc Antony and the Senate wrestle for power and something very interesting occurs during Octavian's funeral games for his father (Caesar). This episode covers March-August 44 BCE. 

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Ep. 29: Intro to Augustus Caesar


Mon, Apr 18, 2016


This episode introduces the first emperor of Rome, Augustus Caesar. To do so we follow the history of the First Triumvirate and Julius Caesar in particular, Augustus' adopted father. Learn the fascinating historical context of the Roman Republic during its twilight years. 

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Ep. 28: The Rise of William III


Mon, Mar 14, 2016


William III launches his invasion across the English Channel and lands his diverse army at Torbay in southern England. William and James II then organize their forces, will it be a brutal war of revolution or will it be over in a flash? Listen to find out on Everything History. 

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Ep. 27: The Downfall of James II


Tue, Feb 23, 2016


This episode picks up right after the accession of James II to the Crown. In this episode the narrative quickly covers several shaky years of James II's rule as tensions slowly mount within not only the British Isles, but all of Europe. The episode concludes with a momentous decision by William of Orange. 

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Announcement


Tue, Feb 09, 2016


Update on upcoming episodes.

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Ep. 26: Prelude to the Glorious Revolution with Prof. Rabin


Tue, Feb 02, 2016


Episode 26 serves as an introduction to the English Revolution of 1688 so you know what's happening and why it's happening. I also get some assistance from Professor Rabin at the University of Illinois. 

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Ep. 25: Listener Questions


Mon, Jan 25, 2016


I answer fan/listener questions that have been sent to the podcast. Especially those concerning the French Revolution. 

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Ep. 24: The "End" of the French Revolution (Aug.1794 - Oct.1795)


Mon, Jan 18, 2016


We conclude the history of the French Revolution of 1789 with the creation of the French Directory in late 1795. This episode covers the Thermidorian Reaction, the White Terror, and the creation of the Constitution of 1795. The importance of the French Revolution as a whole is also addressed. 

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Ep. 23: The Reign of Terror (Nov.-Aug. 1794)


Mon, Jan 11, 2016


The climax of the entire French Revolution, but not for any good reasons. Episode 23 explains the stories and history of the horrifying Reign of Terror. During which the French revolutionaries and republicans butcher hundreds of thousands of their own citizens and Robespierre completes his rise to become a tyrant. 

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Ep. 22: The Execution of the Girondins & Marie-Antoinette (April-Nov. 1793)


Mon, Jan 04, 2016


Episode 22 takes us through more turmoil and directly up to the Reign of Terror. Listen and learn how the sans-culottes pressured the National Convention with force to expel the Girondins out of the Convention itself. Then learn how Terror became "the order of the day".

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Ep. 21: The Execution of King Louis XVI (Sept-March 1793)


Mon, Dec 28, 2015


The National Convention takes control of the new French Republic and is tasked with steering revolutionary France through its economic, political, and wartime struggles. Four more nations pit themselves against France and the Convention decides the fate of Louis XVI after a month-long trial. Learn the story of Louis' last days before the guillotine.

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Ep. 20: A Revolutionary War & the First French Republic (Jan-Sept 1792)


Mon, Dec 21, 2015


France continues a downward spiral into 1792 under the leadership of the Legislative Assembly. War with Austria and other northern kingdoms is provoked and an insurrection occurs during the summer of '92. Will the Constitution of 1791 survive? Will the monarchy survive? Find out in Ep. 20 of the Everything History Podcast.

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Ep. 19: Professor Mathisen


Mon, Dec 14, 2015


Joining Everything History is Professor Ralph Mathisen, who specializes in everything Roman. We talk about his path to higher education, what it meant to be a Roman, barbarization, and what exactly happened during the often misunderstood years of the Late Roman Empire. 

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Ep. 18: Constitution & the Legislative Assembly (June-December 1791)


Mon, Dec 07, 2015


This episode continues the tale of the French Revolution right after the Royal Family's disgraceful return to Paris. Political clubs begin drafting petitions and instigating violence, and the National Guard and the National Constituent Assembly comes down hard on extreme activists in July and August. Afterwards the Jacobin Club fractures, elections are held for the Legislative Assembly, and the Constitution of 1791 is completed. By early December though the newly inaugurated Legislative Assembly is on the brink of war with Austria.  

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Ep. 17: Professor Hertzman


Mon, Nov 30, 2015


Prof. Hertzman joins us, he is the acting Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Illinois' Department of History and a lecturer in Latin American and Brazilian History. We discuss his path to higher education, Brazilian samba, the African Diaspora, slavery and gender in relation to modern Brazilian history, and how race has manifested itself in Brazil. 

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Ep. 16: Flight to Varennes (April-June 22, 1791)


Tue, Nov 24, 2015


This episode takes us into the summer of 1791. The Jacobin Club is fracturing and a revolt breaks out in the colony of Haiti. Maximilien Robespierre is gaining prominence and, of course, the story of the Flight to Varennes is fully explained. Listen to invigorating primary sources from the people of history themselves and learn why King Louis XVI and Queen Marie-Antoinette wanted to escape at all. What did they hope to gain? What did they have to lose? 

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Ep. 15: Professor Morrissey


Mon, Nov 16, 2015


Joining us is Professor Morrissey, a lecturer on Early American and Environmental History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. We discuss historical research, what interested him in history and his specific discipline(s), and engage in a broad conversation about the American Revolution/War of Independence. 

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Ep. 14: Death of Mirabeau & the Birth of Radicalism (Jan-April 1791)


Tue, Nov 10, 2015


In this episode we delve into the year 1791. The political clubs are getting stronger and adapting rapidly to French politics. This, coupled with various other factors, leads to a rapid rise of radical political ideologies in France. Many French politicians and leaders, like Mirabeau and Lafayette, attempt to slow the rise of radicalism but it becomes near impossible when Mirabeau dies in April. The people then begin turning against the King and Queen and the new nation is on the precipice of another revolution.

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Ep. 13: Patriotism & the Rise of Political Clubs (May-December 1790)


Thu, Nov 05, 2015


In this episode the National Assembly conducts a patriotic celebration on July 14, 1790, nobility is abolished, and the political clubs are explained. These clubs include the Jacobins, the Society of 1789, and the Society of the Friends of Rights of Man.

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Ep. 12: The Dechristianization of France (October-May 1790)


Mon, Oct 26, 2015


In this episode the National Constituent Assembly continues building a new French constitution. Mirabeau and Talleyrand propose measures to nationalize the Church and this sets off a religious struggle between the Roman Church and the National Assembly. The Assembly also begins issuing paper currency and reforming local government. Election days are also set for July 1790 and the Assembly announces who exactly will receive the vote.

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Ep. 11: Rights, Conspiracies, and the October Days (August-October 1789)


Mon, Oct 19, 2015


This episode takes a look at the developing government of France under the combined leadership of the National Constituent Assembly and the King. A French Declaration of Rights are constructed, but when the King attempts to block certain parts of the Assembly's legislation everything goes off the rails in October...ushering in the October Days.

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Ep. 10: The Bastille and the Great Fear (July 14-August 1789)


Sun, Oct 11, 2015


Episode eleven picks up on July 13th with the Revolution underway in Paris and Versailles. The Citizen Patriots attack the Bastille in a tremendous, symbolic statement and after their victory the French Patriots devolve into violence and anarchy. King Louis XVI submits to the authority of the National Assembly and this ushers in a period of anarchy known as the Great Fear.

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Ep. 9: The Heart of the French Revolution (June 27-July 13, 1789)


Sat, Oct 03, 2015


This episode takes Everything History into the heart of the French Revolution. King Louis XVI makes a series of mistakes and the people of Paris, Versailles, and the countryside begin to arm themselves. There are waves of desertions from the soldiers of the French Guard. 48,000 Citizen Patriots are armed and dangerous and the King has called 20,000 soldiers to reassert "order." Listen to learn the full story!

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Ep. 8: The Estates-General (May-June 27, 1789)


Sun, Sep 27, 2015


The Estates General finally begins and from the beginning it fails to live up to the expectations to French people had. Listen to how the Three Estates and the King attempted to bypass the political gridlock. In June the delegates of the Third Estate create their own body, the National Assembly. Make sure to listen to learn how the National Assembly, with the help of the people, was made the national legislature of France by the King himself.

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Ep. 7: The Rise of the Third Estate (November-May 1789)


Sun, Sep 20, 2015


During this episode people of the Third Estate demand change. They demand double the representation at the Estates General, which was set to convene in May 1789. Will they get it? Listen to find out how the elections for the Estates General go, and also learn about the horrible winter of 1788-89 as well the Reveillon Riots.

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Ep. 6: The Fall of the French Ancien R?gime (May-November 1788)


Sat, Sep 12, 2015


With Episode Seven of Everything History the French Revolution is approaching fast. In this episode King Louis XVI attempts a last ditch effort to reform the Kingdom of France. The monarch is opposed on all sides and the situation only worsens as the summer of 1788 drags on. In August the King agrees to convene the Estates-General as France slides, increasingly quickly, towards a complete collapse.

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Ep. 5: The Decline of the French Ancien R?gime (1787 - May 1788)


Fri, Sep 04, 2015


This is the tale of the French Revolution of 1789 that overthrew the French Old Regime, or the Ancien R?gime. Episode six takes us through the early days before the revolution had begun. In this episode you will learn why France's society was buckling. Follow along as King Louis XVI and his trusted ministers attempt to pass a series of recovery reforms.

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Ep. 4: The Causes of the French Revolution


Fri, Aug 28, 2015


Everything History now shifts its focus to the French Revolution of 1789. Want to know why it occurred in the first place? That is exactly what this episode does, it explains exactly why France exploded into social anarchy in 1789. Havea listen!

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Ep. 3: The American Revolution (Part Three)


Thu, Aug 20, 2015


Want to hear an explanation of the military campaigns of the American Revolution? This is the episode for you! Part Three is a conclusion of Everything History's explanation of the American Revolution. The episode covers the War of Independence/Revolutionary War from April of 1775 to the Treaty of Paris in 1783. Have a listen and learn how the United States earned its independence through bloodshed.

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Ep. 2: The American Revolution (Part Two)


Wed, Aug 12, 2015


Want to learn why war broke out between America and Great Britain? Then listen to Part Two of the American Revolution where the story picks up where it left off after the Boston Massacre in March of 1770. This episode will take us through the escalation in the American colonies from 1770 to May of 1775. It begins with discontent in 1770 and ends with the beginning of the War of Independence/Revolutionary War by the summer of 1775!

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Ep. 1: The American Revolution (Part One)


Wed, Aug 05, 2015


In this episode I take on the beginning of the American Revolution. This is first of two episodes on the American Revolution. The causes of the separation are varied and I begin as the 7 Years' War is winding down throughout the world in the year 1761. This episode covers the events and growing tension between Great Britain and the American Colonies from 1761-1770. Come back for part two to learn what spurred America to declare independence and exactly how the War of Independence was won.

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