29 min

What Is 1956‪?‬ 1956: The Eventful Year

    • Society & Culture

1956 - The Eventful Year is a brand new series designed to bring you closer to the events of this incredible year in history. While on the surface, 1956 may appear like any other year of the 20th century - perhaps with less to offer than many other candidates - it is in fact rich with intrigue, fascinating characters,struggles, triumphs and tragedies. After over five and a half years of history podcasting, my name is Zack Twamley and I will be your host. For what, exactly? Well, this series is actually a PATREON exclusive series, for supporters of this podcast at the $5 level or higher on When Diplomacy Fails' Patreon page. However, all listeners here will be able to listen, for free, to four episodes out of this exclusive series. Two of which will be available from launch day.


The question of what 1956 actually is can be answered by a quick gander at its structure - the series will be split into two distinct parts, since so much goes on, it only makes sense to approach the year in this way. The first part examines life after Stalin, and asks what happened in the Soviet Union when Nikita Khrushchev assumed power. The second part traces the eruption of the Suez Crisis, largely from the British perspective.


I can't wait to bring this new series to you guys, so make sure you listen in to the sample episodes to see if you'd like to join me in telling the rest of the story, where you can also join hundreds of other history friends who have taken the jump to our Patreon, and now feast on some quality audio goodies! Remember that this series can be accessed by visiting https://www.patreon.com/WhenDiplomacyFails and signing up for a Diplomat or $5 per month membership NOW! I hope to see you there, but otherwise, thanksss for listening, and I'll be seeing you all, soon.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1956 - The Eventful Year is a brand new series designed to bring you closer to the events of this incredible year in history. While on the surface, 1956 may appear like any other year of the 20th century - perhaps with less to offer than many other candidates - it is in fact rich with intrigue, fascinating characters,struggles, triumphs and tragedies. After over five and a half years of history podcasting, my name is Zack Twamley and I will be your host. For what, exactly? Well, this series is actually a PATREON exclusive series, for supporters of this podcast at the $5 level or higher on When Diplomacy Fails' Patreon page. However, all listeners here will be able to listen, for free, to four episodes out of this exclusive series. Two of which will be available from launch day.


The question of what 1956 actually is can be answered by a quick gander at its structure - the series will be split into two distinct parts, since so much goes on, it only makes sense to approach the year in this way. The first part examines life after Stalin, and asks what happened in the Soviet Union when Nikita Khrushchev assumed power. The second part traces the eruption of the Suez Crisis, largely from the British perspective.


I can't wait to bring this new series to you guys, so make sure you listen in to the sample episodes to see if you'd like to join me in telling the rest of the story, where you can also join hundreds of other history friends who have taken the jump to our Patreon, and now feast on some quality audio goodies! Remember that this series can be accessed by visiting https://www.patreon.com/WhenDiplomacyFails and signing up for a Diplomat or $5 per month membership NOW! I hope to see you there, but otherwise, thanksss for listening, and I'll be seeing you all, soon.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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