More than 150 years after the final shots were fired, few historical events are as hotly debated as the American Civil War. Sadly, the human element of the war often gets overlooked.
Factional disputes, midnight spy meetings, and a little light treason conclude the story of Benedict Arnold.
Benedict Arnold is often regarded as America's first true villain. Is there more to the story?
Armchair historians often say it's a bad idea to invade Russia in the winter. The Mongols aren't armchair historians. This episode discusses how the Mongols conquered Russia and why they were so successful.
The Holocaust was one of the most brutal and despicable events in World History. What can one child's journey into the heart of darkness teach us?
World War I was arguably the greatest tragedy in human history. The Battle of the Somme was it's darkest moment. To start the episode, you might wonder who won the battle. By the end of it, you might wonder how anyone could win this calamity.
This podcast tells the unbelievable story of the first all women's combat unit in history. What started as a watershed moment in women's history ends in tragedy.
Reflecting History is an educational history podcast that explores significant historical events and themes without losing track of the ordinary people involved. Covering a wide variety of topics, it is a narrative driven podcast that delves into the connection between history, psychology, and philosophy on a personal level.
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