Stories of the Second World War

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Today I chat with historian, James Bourhill about the story of Provence during the Second World War. Support the show and visit our sponsor The Killing Fields of Provence: Occupation, Resistance and Liberation in the
Today I speak with historian, Peter Fritzsche about Adolf Hitler's rise to power and the first one hundred days of Nazi Germany. Support the show and visit our sponsor Hitler's First Hundred Days: When Germans Embrac
Today, I'm proud to be joined by Sir Nicholas Young. Nick is the son of British Major, Leslie Young and the former executive of the British Red Cross. In this episode, we discuss the remarkable war story of his father.Support the show and visit
Today I chat with New York Times best-selling author, Jim DeFelice. We discuss the remarkable story of Omaha Beach hero, Ray Lambert.Support the show and visit our sponsor Every Man a Hero: A Memoir of D-Day, the Fir
Today I chat with distinguished podcast producers, Julian Smith and Joe Wegecsanyi. We discuss the Dutch resistance and the Netherlands during WWII.Support the show and visit our sponsor Legacy Collectibles on YouTub
Today I chat with award-winning journalist and historian, Carl Molesworth. We discuss the story of Bill Reed a fighter ace with flew with the legendary Flying Tigers in China during WWII.Support the show and visit our sponsor www.legacy-collect
I am pleased to announce the release of my new history podcast Victoria's World! You can find the podcast on all major podcasting platforms and via the links below.Victoria's World on Apple PodcastsVictoria's World on SpotifyPress Release Intro
Today I chat with military historian, Robert Forczyk about the Nazi-Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939. We discuss the most common myths surrounding the Polish army and the difference between the German and Soviet invaders.Case White:The Invasio
Today I chat with Jonny, WWII internet legend and founder of the historical YouTube channel Potential History. We discuss Operation Barbarossa, how the German army compared to that of the Soviet Union in 1941, why the campaign resulted in a Naz
Today I chat with Saul David, a military historian, and broadcaster who has written a new book titled The Force: The Legendary Special Ops Unit and WWII's Mission Impossible. We discuss the highly effective yet unknown Allied unit responsible f
Today I chat with acclaimed author and historian Giles Milton. We discuss the history of D-Day and his new book on the subject titled Soldier, Sailor, Frogman, Spy, Airman, Gangster, Kill or Die: How the Allies Won on D-Day. Subscribe to Giles'
Today I speak with Steven Zaloga about the Hitler Youth Panzer Division and his new book Smashing Hitler's Panzers: The Defeat of the Hitler Youth Panzer Division in the Battle of the Bulge.Follow Stories of the Second World War on Twitter htt
Today I chat with bestselling author James Bradley about his book Flyboys: A True Story of Courage and the remarkable story of American airmen shot down in the Pacific.Follow Stories of the Second World War on Twitter
Today I chat with Second World War historian Guy Walters. Guy and I discuss the final days of Nazi Germany, the Nazis who managed or attempted to escape Germany after the war, and the process of hunting these war criminals. Check out Guy's book
Today I chat with historian, author, and broadcaster James Holland. We discuss his new book, Big Week: The Largest Air Battle of World War II, and the desperate situation facing the Luftwaffe during the entire conflict. Follow Stories of the Se
Today I chat with fellow WWII podcaster, Ray Harris Jr. Listen for a fascinating discussion on Operation Compass, the Italian army in the Second World War, and British General Richard O’Connor. Subscribe to Ray's show The History of WWII Podcas
Today I chat with Bernhard - the creator of the Military History Visualized YouTube channel. With an audience of well over 400,000, Bernhard’s YouTube channel is one of the world’s most popular sources for military history and World War II. We
Today’s episode features an in-depth conversation on the life of German field marshal Erwin Rommel. My guest is Daniel Allen Butler, an acclaimed military historian who has written an excellent book titled Field Marshal: The Life and Death of E
Today I chat with Professor Andrew Roberts, a leading military historian and Churchill biographer. He’s the author of a new book titled Churchill: Walking with Destiny. We discuss the defining aspects of Churchill’s life, his political and mili
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