Ep53: SPECIAL - Isandlwana
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On the 142nd anniversary of the ill-fated Battle of Isandlwana, Peter and Gary tell the story of this dark chapter of the British Army.

Presenters: Peter Hart and Gary Bain Publisher: Mat McLachlan Producer: Jess Stebnicki

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Secrets & Spies: The Dry CleanerCast
Secrets & Spies: The Dry CleanerCast
Secrets & Spies: The Dry CleanerCast
Everything you wanted to know about COVID but were afraid to ask
On this special COVID-19 episode of “Secrets and Spies”, we are joined by author and expert Dan Kaszeta We discuss what is known about COVID-19, we take a look at the vaccines now available and we tackle some of the myths and conspiracy theories that have grown online since the pandemic began. Dan is a Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) security specialist. He previously served in the US Army and the US Secret Service. Dan is also the author of 'Toxic' which looks at the history of nerve agents from Nazi Germany through to Putin’s Russia. So we are in good company on this episode! You can get a copy of Dan’s book “Toxic” here: www.hurstpublishers.com/book/toxic/ And you can connect with Dan on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/DanKaszeta Our film “The Dry Cleaner” has been released! Check out the trailer here: youtu.be/j_KFTJenrz4 And you can buy the film here: www.drycleanercast.co.uk/watchthefilm Music Music on this podcast is provided by Andrew R. Bird (Andy Bird) You can check out his work here: www.monsteromnibus.com/?fbclid=IwAR0…BdNQbuCvt9KWU Please support this podcast Patreon Become a “Friend of the podcast”  on Patreon for £3 www.patreon.com/SecretsAndSpies Visit our new memorabilia shop: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/60934996 Connect with us here: TWITTER twitter.com/SecretsAndSpies FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/secretsandspies
1 hr
History Impossible
History Impossible
Alexander von Sternberg
The Muslim Nazis I: Early Adventures with Imperial German Islamophilia
"The peoples of Islam will always be closer to us than, for example, France. ... Had Charles Martel not been victorious at Poiters, then we should in all probability have been converted to Mohammedanism, that cult which glorifies the heroism and which opens up the seventh Heaven to the bold warrior alone. Then the Germanic races would have conquered the world." -Adolf Hitler   The first episode of History Impossible's first series introduces one of the most controversial aspects of Nazi Germany's strategy in the Second World War: its implementation of Muslims. Where one could simply write it off as mere opportunism--a claim that isn't without some truth--there was a much deeper connection between the two cultures fabricated by figures operating within them.   In this series premiere, the Islamic soldiers who would fight for Hitler's army and even begin to develop a reputation are introduced and then the early days of Imperial German-Islamic allyship is explored. There are visits to the tomb of Saladin by the Kaiser, frantic diplomatic trips full of mishaps undertaken by German Orientalists during the First World War, and the introduction of probably one of the most underappreciated figures in both the Second World War and in the history of Israel and Palestine.    This is the history of the so-called "Muslim Nazis."   History Impossible has been made possible by the following generous supporters on Patreon and PayPal: * Benjamin Bernier * Elias Borota * Miklos Buksa * Matthew Dakus * Kyle Dillon * Gavin Edwards * Peter Hauck * Devin Hreha * Mike Kalnins * Benjamin Lee * Tyler Livingston  * Jose Martinez * Mike Mayleben * Judy McCoid * Monica * Kostas Moros * Molly Pan * Jake Petersen * John Pisano * Edmund Plamowski * Brian Pritzl * PJ Rader * Gleb Radutsky * Sailus * Alison Salo * Sam * Emily Schmidt * Cameron Smith * Jared Cole Temple * Steve Uhler * Ricky Worthey * F. You
1 hr 32 min
Plastic Model Mojo
Plastic Model Mojo
A Scale Modeling Podcast
Plastic Model Mojo Episode 32: Squirrels and Rabbit Holes
*Support the show* (https://www.paypal.me/plasticmodelmojo) Mike and Dave are join by Jim Bates from "A Scale Canadian T.V."  to discuss  Squirrels and Rabbit Holes in the context of scale modeling. John Miller's Model Paint Solutions is now a sponsor of Plastic Model Mojo *Mail Bag!* Join the Mail Bag my emailing the show at plasticmodelmojo@gmail.com or sending us a message via Facebook Messenger system from the Plastic Model Mojo Facebook page.  If you do, please tell us where you are from.  We like to know! *Countdown to Vegas: **2021 IPMS USA National Convention Web Site** **2021 IPMS USA National Convention Trophy Sponsorships** More Podcast Goodness to get you through the week! *Finally, please have a listen and subscribe to our fellow podcasts in the scale model space. We all have our own take on the hobby and enjoy cooperating with each other for our mutual success.  Collectively, we are bringing you about 12 hours of content a month. *On the Bench* Web: https://otbmodellerspodcast.libsyn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/On-the-Bench-817919571710526/ *Scale Model Podcast* Web:  https://scalemodelpodcast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ScaleModelPodcast/ *Plastic Posse Podcast* Web: Plastic Posse Podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PlasticPosse/ *Just Making Conversation *Web (Spotify): Just Making Conversation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/justmakingconversation *Model Geeks Podcast* Web: Model Geeks *And some Vlog and Blog Action for you as well! **Chris Wallace's "Model Airplane Maker**" **Steven Lee's "Sprue Pie with Frets"** **Jim Bates' "A Scale Canadian TV"** **Jeff Groves' "Inch High Guy" * Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/plasticmodelmojo)
1 hr 18 min
SOFREP Radio
SOFREP Radio
iHeartRadio
Episode 554: Sean "Buck" Rogers, Former Green Beret and Author of 'Rising Above'
This week on SOFREP Radio we welcome former Special Forces Green Beret Sean "Buck" Rogers. Sean Rogers join the military at the age of twenty-one. After a serious injury during Ranger selection, he changed course and went on to Special Forces. As a Green Beret he served two combat deployments to Afghanistan. When his military service was complete, he returned to serve his community as a member of the Denver Police Department. Always challenging himself, Sean earned a master's degree and committed himself to running ultramarathons. Today, he uses his experience to help the next generation of Special Forces hopefuls through his podcast, The FNG Podcast, and his YouTube channel, FNG Academy This week, Sean also tells us about his new book, Rising Above: A Green Beret's Story of Childhood Trauma and Ultimate Healing, which was just released. About Rising Above: A simple car accident changed the path of six-year-old Sean Rogers’s life forever. His single mother checked into the hospital as a vibrant young woman and checked out as a full-blown opioid addict. From that day forward, Sean’s life became a silent nightmare of abuse, neglect, chronic hunger, and slow, helpless withdrawal from everything and everyone he loved. In Rising Above, Green Beret Sean Rogers chronicles the toughest battle of his life: the long, painful fight to confront his darkest fears and reclaim his life. After struggling as a young man to accept the raw trauma of his past, he eventually learned to understand and embrace it, ultimately using it to become an elite Special Forces operator. Through this profoundly honest and inspiring memoir, Rogers explores what it means to make the pain of your past work for you, showing you how to harness the truth of your own reality and take control of your destiny. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
1 hr 6 min
History on Fire
History on Fire
Daniele Bolelli
EPISODE 67 Ripples of History
“If I knew the way, I would take you home.”  From the song Ripple by the Grateful Dead  “The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation.” Bertrand Russell  “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.” Michael Jordan  “A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” Tao Te Ching  In most fields, we are taught that people in your same profession are your competitors, and you need to do whatever you can to prevent them from rising above you. In podcasting I found the opposite attitude—people helping each other out and doing whatever possible to facilitate things for other podcasters in the same field. In this spirit, today we’ll do something unique: six history podcasters cooperating, with each one tackling a segment, to create a super-episode together. As the host, yours truly will get the ball rolling setting the theme and offering some examples of ‘historical ripples’—events that end up having unforeseen consequences years, or decades, or centuries after they take place. Alexander Rader Von Sternberg (History Impossible) will chat about how a man who died feeling like he had failed to make his mark in history ended up—possibly more than any other—shaping the culture of several Asian civilizations. CJ Killmer (Dangerous History) will tackle the Bacon’s Rebellion and its ramifications. Sebastian Major (Our Fake History) will play with the myth and lasting impact of Homer’s telling of the Trojan War. Sam Davis (Inward Empire) will be discussing the impact of Henry David Thoreau’s essay Civil Disobedience on the Civil Rights Movement about a century later. And Darryl Cooper (Martyrmade) will make a case for the Japanese origin for suicide bombings in the Middle East.
2 hr 55 min
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