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The History Tavern produces informative and entertaining podcasts with leading scholars and historians on all kinds of history subjects.

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The History Tavern produces informative and entertaining podcasts with leading scholars and historians on all kinds of history subjects.

    Allen Packwood - Churchill's D-Day

    Allen Packwood - Churchill's D-Day

    Churchill Archives Centre Director Allen Packwood talks about his new book Churchill's D-Day: The British Bulldog's Fateful Hours During the Normandy Invasion. Countless historians and commentators have criticized Churchill arguing the British Prime Minister delayed and obstructed the plans for the Normandy invasion.

    Packwood and co-author General Richard Dannatt, offer a fresh perspective on Churchill’s experiences and actions leading up to D-Day.

    • 57 min
    Matthew Christopher Hulbert

    Matthew Christopher Hulbert

    Matthew Christopher Hulbert dropped by the History Tavern to talk about his book Oracle of Lost Causes: John Newman Edwards and His Never-Ending Civil War. John Newman Edwards was a popular newspaperman and a historian who grew up devouring heroic tales of knights and soldiers. He was also a Confederate and unapologetic supporter of the Confederate and Southern cause long after the Civil War ended.

    • 36 min
    Kylie A. Hulbert - The Untold War at Sea: America's Revolutionary Privateers

    Kylie A. Hulbert - The Untold War at Sea: America's Revolutionary Privateers

    Kylie Hulbert dropped by the History Tavern to talk about her book The Untold War at Sea: America's Revolutionary Privateers. Lacking a functioning Navy, the Continental Congress turned to privateers to wage war against the British on the high seas. In covering their story, Hulbert highlights the global nature of the struggle for American independence and the cultural exchanges produced by the war.

    • 30 min
    David N. Gellman - Liberty's Chain

    David N. Gellman - Liberty's Chain

    David Gellman talked about his book Liberty’s Chain: Slavery, Abolition, and the Jay Family of New York.

    • 55 min
    William Blair - The Record of Murders and Outrages

    William Blair - The Record of Murders and Outrages

    William Blair talked about his new book The Record of Murders and Outrages: Racial Violence and the Fight Over Truth at the Dawn of Reconstruction where he examines the role the Freedmen's Bureau played investigating widespread racial violence across the South during Reconstruction.

    • 25 min
    Kent Masterson Brown - Meade at Gettysburg: A Study in Command

    Kent Masterson Brown - Meade at Gettysburg: A Study in Command

    Kent Masterson Brown talks about Meade's actions during the Gettysburg campaign and his abilities as an operational commander.

    • 48 min

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