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The navy Germany had at the outbreak of the Second World War was only a small fraction of what the Allies had arrayed against it. But the Fall of France and the entry of Italy into the war changed things dramatically and created opportunities at sea ... more
In 1940, the British government was in the frustrating position of funding research on a number of promising projects that would be valuable to the war effort, but with the Battle of Britain in full swing, British factories had to turn out fighter pl... more
Italy's invasion of Greece was disastrous. With the British also advancing in North Africa, and a surprise air attack disabling three Italian battleships, it was no longer possible to pretend that Italy was a equal of Germany.
Whether you’re looking for a refresher on all the history you forgot or a laundry list of things you weren’t taught, this is the podcast for you. Unlike high school history teaching a few highlights, this podcast has a natural flow. You don’t just get Teddy Roosevelt, you get The Spanish American War leading into McKinley’s assassination leading into Roosevelt, with a sidebar on Booker T Washington and Scott Joplin. The dry Dad humor is a bonus. I wish this man would do the 19th century next!
Excellent and thoughtful writing and long term planning. The premise of a chronology of such a well-documented period as the 20th century seems almost impossibly hard to execute but believe it or not, he’s doing it.
I heard about this podcast while listening to the History of Byzantium podcast. I thought it might not be that interesting because of all of the things I was taught in school and knew about this time period already. Boy was I wrong! Mark Painter took me places that I never knew existed, and brought to life the people and characters of this time period in a way I’ve never seen. (I also enjoy the musical interludes.) For anyone who loves history-but especially the history of the last century-I hig... more
This is an essential Podcast for modern history fans. Simply brilliant.
One of my favourite podcasts. Each podcast is well researched and Mark has a very engaging delivery -whimsical with an edge of irony. With a background in law and engineering, he has a real knack of explaining technical matters clearly and effectively. (I wish he had been my Science teacher!) He is also one of the few podcasters who is able to successfully integrate music into the podcast naturally so it is enhanced. I particularly enjoy his sense of humour and his ablility to link back to previ... more
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The History of the Twentieth Century launched 8 years ago and published 343 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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