Interviews, musings and extra material from the makers of Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. If it did not fit in the HH feed it's probably here
Gladwell and the Bomber Mafia
Revisionist History host Malcolm Gladwell joins Dan to discuss the development of U.S. precision bombing ideas, Curtis LeMay and the firebombing of Japanese cities.
1. Bomber Mafia by Malcolm Gladwell
2. Revisionist History
3. Dan Carlin's Destroyer of Worlds
4. Dan Carlin's Logical Insanity
5. Dan Carlin's Logical Insanity Extra
6. "The wizards of Armageddon" by Fred Kaplan
Wolf Pack Hunting with Hanks
Tom Hanks joins Dan to talk about his new Second World War naval-themed film “Greyhound”. This is an hour-long conversation with two fans of History geeking out over the past.”
Greyhound, The Good Shepherd by C.S. Forester
Canadian television personality, radio and podcast host Jeff Marek takes over the show and interviews Dan.
31 Thoughts Podcast
In a world that can sometimes be obsessed with the current threat du jour, author Fred Kaplan reminds us that one of the all-time great threats to us all hasn't gone anywhere.
Glimpses of Olympias
Description:Philip II of Macedonia and his son Alexander the Great are two of the most impressive figures in history. Few could contend with either man. One woman held her own with both of them. Alexander's mother Olympias.
Caesar at Hastings
Could militaries separated by ten centuries compete on a battlefield? In this alternative history experiment two armies that successfully invaded Britain a millennium apart are matched. Which side would you bet on?
Dan Carlin is amazing
I love the way he talks about history, he makes me feel likeminded with someone in a world that really doesn’t care much for history.
Brings history to life
Dan makes history come alive and helps you understand your place in it. I particularly like his ability to see both sides of a conflict or an issue.
If more college professors taught like Dan, history would be a must-take elective. Dan pulls you in, tells amazing stories, and finds incredible anecdotes to humanize major historical events. After listening to 10 hours on a particular event, you still find yourself wanting more.