282 episodes

A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

Revolutions Mike Duncan

    • History

A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

    10.38- The Days of Freedom

    10.38- The Days of Freedom

    The Days of Freedom could be numbered in days.

    • 40 min
    10.37- The General Strike

    10.37- The General Strike

    That time everyone stayed home from work. 
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    • 34 min
    10.36- The Bulygin Constitution

    10.36- The Bulygin Constitution

    When you think you're out in the front of the pack, but really you're being lapped.  
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    • 32 min
    10.35- Sinking Ships

    10.35- Sinking Ships

    When you pray for a miracle and all God sends is a metaphor. 
    Voyage of the Damned Video
    Battle of Tsushima Video

    • 32 min
    10.34- The Wave of Protest

    10.34- The Wave of Protest

    Bloody Sunday triggered the largest popular protests the Russian Empire had ever seen.
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    • 34 min
    10.33- Bloody Sunday

    10.33- Bloody Sunday

    When people are crying out for help, maybe don't murder them in the streets. 
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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

Andbobuiop67 ,

Perfection

Have you ever wanted to know more about the American, French or Russian revolution? Somehow you learn an incredible amount about these world defining moments while being mind blown by the domino-like connections between these moments. And like any good book or TV show you are constantly surprised while being rewarded for your focus. Did you ever think hearing about a random French beauracrat in season one would connect dots in a season 4 of a history podcast?!

Goatminer26655 ,

Absolutely fantastic comprehensive history

So happy i found this during the Russian Revolution season, can’t wait to listen to all of Mike’s other work

Cow Cow Cocoa Cocoa ,

Revolutions , rocks🙂🙂🙂

I love this! The English revolution was an entertaining fun. Same with all 6 and 8/36 revolutions,
Question: Through episodes 3.51 &3.52, where was Napoleon Bonaparte?
Also, what was parliament’s reaction to Charles I’s collection of the “taxation”?❓❓
When the Second Coalition’s forces were in retreat, where was Suverauv? Didn’t you say he never lost a battle?
3.20, diplomatic revolution of 1765?, you mean 1756?
For the battle of Tsushima, was the Russian Revolution of 1905, directly, or indirectly caused by Mukden and Tsushima?
Define “ the virtue of “liberty”

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