Unlock bonus content: https://anchor.fm/the-napoleonicist/subscribe All the angles on all the people form the period 1775-1815, this podcast offers a rich array of interviews, narratives and opinion pieces on a vast range of topics. Ideal for specialists and newcomers to the period alike. You can support this content & get exclusive perks at: www.patreon.com/thenapoleonicwarspod
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Absolutely love this podcast. All the interviews with experts on various topics are much appreciated and always insightful; enjoyed Alexander Mikaberidze and Andrew Field in particular. And any time you can have Rachael on is superb; as a Marshalate fanatic myself, I love her episodes the most. Keep up the great work. PS: do Marshal Bessieres next !
I can assure Mr. Jones that the host is maybe the most gentlemanly man I have ever met. He cautions against the “jump on and cheer Napoleon bandwagon gang,” but does so with a wink. Zack and I are close; I am from the US and nothing he has ever said do I find insulting to America or the Army in which I taught officers for two decades. Perhaps one might pose him questions and test his mettle before slamming him on this forum.
I am in what the host calls the middle ground on Napoleon. I was surprised when the very first thing the host did was put down the people who love Napoleon. Ok, maybe the host has a personal issue there. Then the host, who is not from the US, insulted my country. I’m a refugee to the US from a prison state, and you can just take your anti-Americanism and you know what you can do with it. more
Love the podcast wish part 2 was available to listen expect patreon
This is a brilliant podcast for anyone interested in Napoleon or the wider period, from new recruits to seasoned campaigners. Guests are always fascinating, with some real heavyweight experts in the field, and the host does a great job to keep conversation rattling along. The range of topics is really impressive, covering very new as well as traditional areas of study. Fun, informative, scholarly and accessible - highly recommended!
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