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Revolutions

Mike Duncan
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A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

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4.8 out of 5 stars from 16k ratings
  • Outstanding Podcast

    I really wish I could give both the Revolutions and History of Rome 10 stars. It is one of the truly outstanding history podcasts out there. Mike Duncan really does his research and is very well spoken. I spent a great deal of the spring and summer on my front porch listening to the History of Rome podcast while working on projects and I was riveted by the information and learning. When we were in Paris, we spent an afternoon at the Carnevalet Museum and I was frustrated by my own ignorance of t... more

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    He crushed it with History of Rome all those years ago. The Russian Revolution season 10 is taking a while but it needs it.

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  • The best

    Simply the gold standard for history podcasts. Extensively researched, presented in a engaging, friendly, interesting, sometimes funny way. He always nails exactly how much detail to include so you’re never bogged down with it but you feel like you’re getting the entire story. I’ve listened to the English Civil War one and Venezuela one many multiple times each!

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