28 episodes

A production of Broken Glass Media, the History in Ten Podcast is a Timeless inspired history podcast for the non-historian by the non-historian. Tune in each week to take a look into historical events, people, movies, and periods that aren't taught in school, or that are forgotten by history - in just 10 short minutes! Looking to get in touch? Have ideas? Email us at historyin10podcast@gmail.com! Want to support this podcast so we can keep it "on the air"? Check out our Patreon page and pledge your support here: www.patreon.com/historyin10

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A production of Broken Glass Media, the History in Ten Podcast is a Timeless inspired history podcast for the non-historian by the non-historian. Tune in each week to take a look into historical events, people, movies, and periods that aren't taught in school, or that are forgotten by history - in just 10 short minutes! Looking to get in touch? Have ideas? Email us at historyin10podcast@gmail.com! Want to support this podcast so we can keep it "on the air"? Check out our Patreon page and pledge your support here: www.patreon.com/historyin10

    Episode 27: Danish History Part 1

    Episode 27: Danish History Part 1

    Today’s episode is part one of a series on Danish history. As I prepare for my first trip to Denmark, the country my paternal grandparents emigrated from in the mid-20th century, I wanted to know more about the history of the country - from the first inhabitants, to the Vikings, monarchy and the culture that led to current day Denmark.

    • 11 min
    Episode 26: UNESCO Heritage Sites

    Episode 26: UNESCO Heritage Sites

    When the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris caught fire a few weeks ago, it was mentioned that it was a UNESCO Heritage Site.

    What is a UNESCO Heritage Site? And what are some that we know, or maybe don't know?

    • 10 min
    Episode 25: World's Fairs

    Episode 25: World's Fairs

    Timeless fans and readers of Eric Larson's "The Devil in the White City" may know the history of the Chicago World's Fair (the World's Columbian Exhibition) well, but do you know that there were other major exhibitions around the world that featured major architectural, industrial, and artistic feats?

    • 11 min
    Episode 24: Architecture of Chicago

    Episode 24: Architecture of Chicago

    Chicago's history is fascinating, but what's even more intriguing is its architectural history. Listen in as we discover just a fraction of what Chicago's architectural history has to offer.

    • 11 min
    Episode 23: Early Female Computer Programmers

    Episode 23: Early Female Computer Programmers

    As March comes to a close and we begin to wrap up women’s history month, let’s take some time to recognize two female computer programmers who made an incredible impact on what we see and use on a daily basis.

    • 11 min
    Episode 22: Laura de Force Gordon

    Episode 22: Laura de Force Gordon

    March is Women’s History Month and there are SO many incredible women in history to highlight! Today we’re looking at Laura de Force Gordon, an American lawyer, suffragist, newspaper publisher, and a passionate advocate for women’s rights.

    • 11 min

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