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This podcast discusses the major players involved in the treaty and their motivations in creating it.
This podcast is designed for AP European History to help students better understand the role of Martin Luther in the Reformation.
This podcast traces the wars of religion in France and the rest of Europe culminating in the 30 Years War.
This is the first installment of King Henry the 13th the 2nd's World History Podcast.
In this episode we investigate where we find truth and what we can learn from the Scientific Revolution.
This podcast explores the long-term and short-term causes of the French Revolution.
This podcast explores the causes of World War II including the rise of fascism, the economic crises brought about by World War I, and the inaction of many European powers in the face of aggression from other countries.
Listen now to “VE Day 75 Years Later, World War II Veterans Look Back” from TODAY as Harry Smith talks to some men who were present when the fight ended.
Listen now to “President Harry Truman's speech for Victory in Europe Day” as America’s National Churchill Museum shares the address from the Oval Office.
Listen now to “Victory in Europe, VE Day Celebrated Across The Globe” from the History Channel series which follows the celebrations erupting across the world.
Listen now to “V E Day in London, 1945” as British Movietone shares Churchill’s broadcast, King George VI’s Speech, and Londoner’s celebrating in the streets.
Listen now to “VE Day” from the History channel series WWII in HD which follows people who participated and experienced the historical day in 1945 first-hand.
Listen now to “V E Day in America” as British Movietone outlines the historical end of WWII and the crowds of people gathered on Broadway to celebrate.
Listen now to “VE Day Celebrations” as Imperial War Museums shares a compilation of film from IWM Archives, showing thousands of people gathering in England.