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Welcome to "Casual History"
We are two casual history buffs who are constantly learning and wanting to explore new ideas and mysteries of the past.
We hope with our casual conversations you can learn something new.
We are no experts by any means, but through this process we hope to gain a deeper understanding and love for our shared history.

New episodes every Sunday!


Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a review if you enjoy what you hear!

- CH Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/casualhistory/support

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Welcome to "Casual History"
We are two casual history buffs who are constantly learning and wanting to explore new ideas and mysteries of the past.
We hope with our casual conversations you can learn something new.
We are no experts by any means, but through this process we hope to gain a deeper understanding and love for our shared history.

New episodes every Sunday!


Make sure to Subscribe and leave us a review if you enjoy what you hear!

- CH Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/casualhistory/support

    The Library Of Alexandria

    The Library Of Alexandria

    One of the most famous Libraries in classical antiquity, today we discuss the Library Of Alexandria.
    You're listening to Casual History..

    Find us on social media @CasualHistory & join our discord! 

    New episodes every week! 

    - CH 

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    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/casualhistory/support

    • 58分
    Newsboys Strike Of 1899

    Newsboys Strike Of 1899

    Today's podcast is based on the true story of the New York newsboys strike that became an inspirational tale on how kids, primarily orphaned boys, took on the publishing tycoons of 1899 & won.. this is Casual History



    New episodes every week! 

    Find us on social media & join our discord @CasualxHistory

    If you enjoy what you hear make sure to subscribe and give us a rating & review! 



    - CH 


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    • 41分
    The Spy Mystery Of 1985

    The Spy Mystery Of 1985

    London, May 17, 1985: Oleg Gordiev­sky was at the pinnacle of his career. A skilled intelligence officer, he had been promoted a few months before to rezident, or chief, of the KGB station in the British capital. Moscow seemed to have no clue he’d been secretly working for MI6, the British secret intelligence service, for 11 years. You're listening to Casual History.. 



    New episodes every week! 

    Find us on social media @CasualxHistory 



    - CH 


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    • 58分
    The Real Life Avengers

    The Real Life Avengers

    Many jews who survived the holocaust went to Israel and Palestine to start a new life after the war. However, there were those who were eager for revenge because they believed that the courts at Nuremburg did not lead to justice. They were ready to act independently & by radical methods to punish the guilty. Today, we talk about the real live avengers.. 



    If you enjoy what you hear make sure to give us a rating and review! 



    Find us on social media @CasualxHistory (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Tiktok) 



    New episodes every week! 



    - CH 


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    Mysteries In The Andes - Part 2

    Mysteries In The Andes - Part 2

    A Figure facing forward with outstretched arms holding staffs, its one of the best known Andean iconographic images. 

    This figure was depicted on all sorts of media, stone, textile and ceramic as well as colonial paintings. 

    The tradition can be traced back to Chavín culture with figures holding serpent staffs. The best known version of the staff deity is depicted on the gateway of the sun at Tiwanaku. Today we get into part 2 of the mysteries in the andes..



    New episodes every Sunday! 

    Check us out on social media @CasualxHistory 





    - CH 


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    • 58分
    Captain Henry Morgan

    Captain Henry Morgan

    Sir Henry Morgan was a British privateer known for his cunning & bravery. 

    He sacked cities & towns as he pleased and demanded the respect of those around him. 

    Fondly remembered today as the face of Captain Morgan's rum, today we learn about why the crafty sailor was for more than his logo.. this is Casual History. 



    Follow us on social media @CasualxHistory (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/TickTok) 



    New episodes every Sunday! 





    - CH 


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