99 episodes

This history podcast tells the story of Belgium's history, in a non-chronological order. Every two weeks, we'll cover Belgian history and take the bits and pieces we like, to entertain and inform the listeners.
Our place on the web: rhob.be

Random History of Belgium M. Van den Eynde

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    • 4.6 • 32 Ratings

This history podcast tells the story of Belgium's history, in a non-chronological order. Every two weeks, we'll cover Belgian history and take the bits and pieces we like, to entertain and inform the listeners.
Our place on the web: rhob.be

    Trappist WestVleteren

    Trappist WestVleteren

    EP130 for this episode, I looked at the Trappist abbey of WestVleteren, their Cistercian religious order and their famous Trappist beers. We look at the early history of the site and their beer, while drinking a nice #Trappist

    • 42 min
    Black Sunday

    Black Sunday

    EP129 We look at the November 1991 election day, we look at the previous governments in charge, the way they wen down. The rise of new parties, and a few older ones that gained power, we talk about the aftermath and impact of this important elections and their key players like CVP/PSC, SP/PS, Volksunie, Vlaams Blok and ROSSEM.

    • 49 min
    Jean-Pierre Van Rossem - Moneytron

    Jean-Pierre Van Rossem - Moneytron

    In EP128 we'll take a look at author, politician, macro-economic and "enfant terrible" of the early 1990s in Belgium: Jean-Pierre Van Rossem. We look at his Moneytron system, his media image, fraud allegations, political party and downfall.

    • 51 min
    Belgians in Korea

    Belgians in Korea

    In EP127 we'll take a quick look at the Belgian volunteer corps during the Korean war, we'll look at how Belgium got involved, who was sent there and what their impact and actions.

    • 45 min
    Georges Lemaître and the universe

    Georges Lemaître and the universe

    In EP126 we talk about abbé, Georges Lemaître, the begin behind the expanding universe theory. We look at his life, his connection with Albert Einstein and why he's been important in Belgian and even world history.

    • 36 min
    The Walloon movement

    The Walloon movement

    EP125 is the last episode on our political institutions and movements for now, and deals with the Walloon movement, the language law of 1932. We talk about Jules Destrée, Julien Delaitte, letters to king Albert I, the struggle for the French language privileges and much more.

    • 52 min

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