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A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

Revolutions Mike Duncan

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A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

    10.37- The General Strike

    10.37- The General Strike

    That time everyone stayed home from work. 
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    • 34 Min.
    10.36- The Bulygin Constitution

    10.36- The Bulygin Constitution

    When you think you're out in the front of the pack, but really you're being lapped.  
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    • 32 Min.
    10.35- Sinking Ships

    10.35- Sinking Ships

    When you pray for a miracle and all God sends is a metaphor. 
    Voyage of the Damned Video
    Battle of Tsushima Video

    • 32 Min.
    10.34- The Wave of Protest

    10.34- The Wave of Protest

    Bloody Sunday triggered the largest popular protests the Russian Empire had ever seen.
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    • 34 Min.
    10.33- Bloody Sunday

    10.33- Bloody Sunday

    When people are crying out for help, maybe don't murder them in the streets. 
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    • 45 Min.
    10.32- The Union of Liberation

    10.32- The Union of Liberation

    The Russian Revolution of 1905 actually began in 1904. 
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    • 32 Min.

Kundenrezensionen

Pekka_de ,

Great stuff

I know Mike Duncan from his "History of Rome" podcasts - this podcast is no worse, it is highly recommendable, and grat fun to listen to! Most of the things I know about the history of Haiti come from this podcast, and that is already something. Just great stuff.

NickLeonard ,

A great start to what should be a fascinating series

Highly recommended. I began listening to the History of Rome in 2007 because I was looking for Roman history content. It was such an amazing series that I'll now listen to any podcast Mike Duncan produces, regardless of whether I have any previous knowledge/interest in the topic. Unlike Rome, I don't have any knowledge of the English Revolution (the first one he is covering in this series), but the first two episodes have been fascinating. I'm now quite intrigued by this period and looking forward to seeing how it progresses and ends. For the series as a whole, I'm eagerly awaiting Mike's podcasts about both the revolutions that I have already studied (Russia/China/Cuba) and the ones that I haven't.

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