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Army Group Center is surging ahead. But Stalin will keep throwing in entire armies to stop the invaders from reaching Moscow. By the end of June, Hitler is shocked to realize, there are still millions of enemy troops in front of him. Plus a bonus epi... more
Louise Endres Moore comes on to talk about her dad’s combat journey as she finds out he was more than a barber and translator. He operated a machine gun on the front lines. But you would never know it by what he didn’t say for the rest of his life. H... more
Still catching up to where we left off on the Eastern Front, now we turn to Army Group Center. At first, Moscow was not von Bock’s main goal, but rather the destruction of all Soviet forces in Western Russia. If that could happen, then victory was as... more
Chronological order brings a great perspective. I went back to the # 1 and have followed them while bike riding. Well done Ray
I love this show. Keep up the good work man, this is so excellent. I learn so much every episode.
A quick summary of WWII, without a lot of insight beyond the well known stories and stereotypes. Even where the podcast goes into more detail, the narrative tells you more about the host’s preconceptions and biases than about the history.
Good and interesting podcast but what a pity for the stupid commercial messages which are annoying and promoting questionable products.
Good podcast. Ray developed a sort of breathless, overwrought and “eyebrow raised” reading style over time that overshadows and upstages the stories and people I know he cares about and reveres. I hope over time he can return to a more direct, less flamboyant reading style.
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The History of WWII Podcast launched 12 years ago and published 450 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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