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The Y in History

Ajay Kaul
Society & CultureHistory

Analyzing events in history to understand why they happened. The factors that led to various events at different times in history. The show picks certain eras like post-World War II and tries to connect events that happened across the globe around that time.


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    Brings to light an aspect of Indian history I’d occasionally wondered about but had no idea what had actually transpired. The narrative is compelling, undiluted by overt bias. The speaker identifies opinion on the rare occasion it’s offered, sticking to historical facts and exploring causation, timing, key players with the choices presented to them and the factors surrounding those choices and, ultimately, their horrific consequences. more

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