100 episodes

Discussing a wide range of topics, WARTIME seeks to fill the void between objective academic discussion and casual, carefree history. Drawing on the latest scholarship and welcoming highly original interpretations, WARTIME pushes the boundaries of traditional history by bringing it directly into the public forum for all to share. WARTIME is published weekly.

WARTIME: A History Series Brady J. Crytzer

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 140 Ratings

Discussing a wide range of topics, WARTIME seeks to fill the void between objective academic discussion and casual, carefree history. Drawing on the latest scholarship and welcoming highly original interpretations, WARTIME pushes the boundaries of traditional history by bringing it directly into the public forum for all to share. WARTIME is published weekly.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
140 Ratings

140 Ratings

121664 ,

Titanic

Just listened to this and I loved it I laughed and laughed the guy has a great take on things

Gene-chan ,

Poorly researched, poorly presented.

I listened to this podcast more than three years after intially posted so, perhaps Mr. Crytzer has done more research into the Winter War of 1939? While I an certainly no expert on the WInter War of 1939, I have read many books on the subject, a few written by Finnish participants in that war. Unfortunately, any research that Mr. Crytzer may have done on this topic, prior to posting this podcast, comes across as something less than even a review of the Wikipedia page for "The Winter War of 1939". As another reviewer posted: Mr. Crytzer has an interesting take on the Winter War of 1939. If Mr. Crytzer believes that he must edit and reduce information in order to fit certain time constraints, and the Winter War of 1939 is a very dense subject, I believe that he could do a better job than the information which he chose tp relay in this podcast episode.

america2.0 ,

The battle of midway

Can you do one on Iwo Jima

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