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Tanner is studying to be a high school history teacher and likes history so he's gonna practice teaching it here and if you wanna listen you can

Tanner Talks About Stuff that Happened Tanner Tate

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Tanner is studying to be a high school history teacher and likes history so he's gonna practice teaching it here and if you wanna listen you can

    The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, 1911

    The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, 1911

    On a cold, Saturday afternoon in March of 1911, a cigar butt was tossed into a bin of scraps in a clothing factory. The tragic aftermath would create a movement to protect workers that led to safety procedures that we still abide by in our modern workplaces.

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    • 19 min
    Burning Man

    Burning Man

    Burning Man is an annual gathering taking place in the Black Rock Desert region of Nevada. Originally established in 1986 as a counter-culture gathering centered around self-expression, it has become something far different in recent years.



    DISCLAIMER: I started school two weeks ago and have been making a significant adjustment between school, work, and this podcast, along with other writings I have been doing, so this podcast is a bit shorter than usual.


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    • 20 min
    The Industrialization of Warfare

    The Industrialization of Warfare

    Between 1776 and 1914, a series of transformations took place in the global military ecosystem that revolutionized the way war was fought between nations. These transformations would cost the human race millions of lives.

    TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains dramatizations of warfare, and may be a trigger for listeners suffering from PTSD or Schizophrenia.


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    • 25 min
    When Metallica Took Down the Soviet Union

    When Metallica Took Down the Soviet Union

    Less than three months before the Soviet Union dissolved, the largest single-day rock concert in history was held in Moscow, in a country where, only five years before, western rock music was effectively outlawed. It is remembered as being a symbol of revolution in the once-feared communist country as it died with a whimper. 

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    • 22 min
    Vikings

    Vikings

    At the tail end of the 8th Century CE, a group of raiders from Norway plundered a sacred priory off the coast of Scotland, instigating what is now known as the "Viking Age." Who were these terrifying warriors, and were they really as horrific as we are led to believe?


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    • 20 min
    The Great Leap Forward

    The Great Leap Forward

    Why do Western powers hate communism so much?

    Following World War II, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, and the United States all had economic booms fueled by the new industrial revolution, and freshly communist China wanted in on that action, so Chairman Mao Zedong set into action a five-year plan that was designed to match the economic output of the United Kingdom as quickly as possible.

    It was one of the worst humanitarian disasters in history.


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    • 28 min

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