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only listened to the Haitian Revolution series (season?) but i love how engaging it is, and how it avoids the Great Man theory of history while still painting an intimate picture of various pivotal individuals involved
Jun 6th, 2019
As the follow up to The History of Rome, Mike Duncan stumbles somewhat in the beginnings as he struggles to make it mangable to follow the many characters introduced in a short period of time. However, it doesn't take long for him to find his feet and bring the show to even higher levels than its predecessor, with capticating retellings of different revolutions through history. The advantage of the format is that every series is filled with something new to keep things interesting, while the interwoven nature of the big revolutions never ceases to amaze.
Jun 30th, 2017
I almost made it through the first season but I'm an idiot and can't keep track of all of the characters and relationships. It's a good podcast though. Maybe just don't listen to it while doing anything else because you need to focus.
Jun 30th, 2017
Mike Duncan of THoR is back and better than ever. Tracing a series of revolutions, from the English Civil War, to the American Revolution, through France, Haiti, South America, and onward, the history is every bit as well-researched as you expect from Mike Duncan and the delivery has, if anything, gotten even better.
Jun 14th, 2017
Mike Duncan's second podcast. Very, Very good.
Jun 13th, 2017
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