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SEASON FINALE! This week Paul and Kyle get World War 2 author, historian, podcaster and Director of Chalke Valley history Festival James Holland on, and barely get a word in. James pet hate? Its the myth that the Battle of Britain was some sort of cl... more
This week Paul and Kyle welcome best-selling author, Ambassador for the National Centre for Military Intelligence, President of the Friends of the National Archive and Honorary Member of the Association for Jewish Refugees, Dr. Helen Fry and Helen wa... more
Thank you for you interest in History Rage. We are the podcast that invites historians to get angry about the myths people should just stop believing. more
This is the best history podcast idea yet. I love hearing the issues as to what anger historians ! Rage it out!
I loved hearing history!
Fun and compelling show!
I love history and mad people lol
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History Rage launched 5 months ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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