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In the wake of the January 6th insurrection in D.C., Robert Evans and co-host Propaganda take a look at fascist insurrections throughout history. They also unpack the evolution, successes, and failures of antifascists in Italy, Germany, and Spain.

Behind the Insurrections Cool Zone Media

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3 • 429 Ratings

In the wake of the January 6th insurrection in D.C., Robert Evans and co-host Propaganda take a look at fascist insurrections throughout history. They also unpack the evolution, successes, and failures of antifascists in Italy, Germany, and Spain.

    The Business Plot: When Rich Fascists Almost Took Over America

    The Business Plot: When Rich Fascists Almost Took Over America

    In the early 1930s a consortium of America's wealthiest men conspires to overthrow President Roosevelt and institute a fascist state. This is the story of how they almost succeeded.

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    The (French) Capitol Insurrection

    The (French) Capitol Insurrection

    The (French) Capitol Insurrection

    • 1 hr 38 min
    How Fascism Won The Spanish Civil War, Part 2

    How Fascism Won The Spanish Civil War, Part 2

    How Fascism Won The Spanish Civil War, Part 2

    • 1 hr 51 min
    The Birth of Spanish Fascism, Part 1

    The Birth of Spanish Fascism, Part 1

    The Birth of Spanish Fascism, Part 1

    • 1 hr 39 min
    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 2

    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 2

    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 2

    • 44 min
    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 1

    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 1

    Hitler's Munich Beer Hall Putsch, Part 1

    • 1 hr 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
429 Ratings

429 Ratings

peaceloveandrockets ,

Audience expansion

This is important - more people need to know this history.
Both hosts are clearly genius, yet the narrative flow is continually interrupted by the co-host. I have listened to hours on end of Robert Evans, but I find Prop very distracting.
I feel like this show should be done at least 3 more times. Same narrative, different hosts from various perspectives. Like Pakman , Rogan, and some fascist wannabe. With extra time available for debate/school time with Robert. Kinda wish Matt would pull the chalkboard out a bit more with his guests.

It struck me when Prop said ‘oh, so the white man caused the problem,’ that there are A LOT of us just like Robert and that we are now the (potential) solution.
It Could Happen Here

s37erasmus ,

“Not a fan of Joseph Stalin…”

What a ringing denunciation! Sort of like the half-hearted condemnation of the Anarchist practice of murdering priests and nuns, burning churches, and digging up the graves of nuns and standing up the corpses on street corners. Not barbarism…. Just “bad optics.”

Still, I have to give him props for giving an erudite and very fair review of the lead-up to the Spanish Civil War. He had the good sense to cite Stanley Payne rather than Paul Preston.

redpodcast ,

Excellent

Robert Evans is very well informed. I learned some things I didn’t know about the rise of Hitler. Prop puts a hilarious spit on the happenings, but not in a disrespectful way.

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