All the material prohibited by this rule can be submitted in the weekly Low Hanging Fruit sticky. Sir Francis Drake is the other. Sometimes a bit rambling though, curious on how much he speaks off the cuff or from a script. Ed History is what man is and this shootout between the Ostheeren and Soviets was the largest war ever. It was noticeable in Stalingrad but I recall Berlin reading like Soviet War Crimes feat. Dan releases content as soon as he can, and has discussed this ad nauseam in his podcasts. I don't know what mp3 or itunes is.
This isn't a completely serious historical sub. I'd be very interested to hear what people think of the series, i. It took 17 days to completely destroy the city. He puts out a podcast called Hardcore History about once or twice per month. Hannibal is one of my favorite historical figures. Compared to those 3 it was much shorter in length.
Like all of his works he doesn't recite the facts and glorify or vilify any side but tries his best to convey what suffering the people on all sides went through in this most extreme of conditions while making the whole thing entertaining for the reader. Once a professional radio host, Carlin eventually took his show to the Internet, and he now hosts two popular independent podcasts: Common Sense and Hardcore History. But Beevor said that 13,000 were executed in the Stalingrad front i. I grew up in the west and we hear so little about the eastern front. Having been brought to America as a child after the Soviet Union collapsed as refugees fleeing anti-semitism, having this history playing like a movie in my head just floored me.
Never going to get the full picture and you'll most likely end up with huge gaps, do the leg work and read. Only something like 20 out of 431 pages go into much detail about Soviet raping and massacres, though it may seem like he exaggerates the crimes when very little has been written about it in English. Some accounts even said that they plowed salt into the earth so the land could never be used again. Lots of hair raising moments. You can virtue signal all you want and defend homosexuality, transgenderism, and race mixing. This is important historical information that should be available to as many people as possible. A breadth of knowledge and depth of emotion unsurpassed in modern history.
Also tends to go not all Germans are nazis belief and death if you disobeyed orders nonsense. Istnieje możliwość zmiany ustawień przeglądarki internetowej w sposób uniemożliwiający przechowywanie plików cookies na urządzeniu końcowym. However there is a fundamental problem with pop-historians that pop-scientists don't have, it isn't immediately obvious when the content they are presenting isn't factually accurate and as such, we run into the problem above: they can have their cake and eat it too. After listening to this series I finally realized how wrong I was in that thinking. I have read that that fact is disputed by some historians.
There is just something about one man changing the world that fascinates me. Oh and a personal note, calling nazis monsters and that way making them not human is not a very good history lesson. Those that do not will be removed automatically by the AutoModerator and you will have to resubmit your thread or have your reply reapproved by a moderator. This graphic episode is not for young ears. It is still taught at West Point. I taught my 6th graders about Hannibal. Especially if they're disinclined to actually educate themselves further and remain at a level where all they contribute is wrong, and encourages other people to include wrong information? In this particular case, that humanist approach of attempting to make sure the listener can identify with everyone in the story I think somewhat backfires as he takes both historians of the Cold War era and first hand accounts from German sources a bit too closely at their word.
Could war ever be this horrible again? Useful links: Similar podcasts: While waiting for Dan's new show why not check out these? He takes knowledge, emotions, and master story telling to keep you glued to the podcast. He has worked as a television news reporter, an author, a columnist, Dan Carlin is an American political commentator, amateur historian, and podcaster. And while this might not seem directly related to anarchism, I guarantee after you finish these episodes you will be searching for a stronger philosophical ground than statism. And definitely an eye opener. Dan is awesome and deserves better.
Especially the part about the Milgram experiments. Można również usunąć pliki cookies, dokonując odpowiednich zmian w ustawieniach przeglądarki internetowej. Lots of hair raising moments. W przypadku braku twojej zgody na akceptację cookies niestety prosimy o opuszczenie serwisu chomikuj. Dan Carlin is an American political commentator, amateur historian, and podcaster. The further east he went the worse it became. An absolute must-listen for anyone interested in human drama, the limits of the human experience, the horrors of traditional warfare and the effects of it on the global community.