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Trivial Warfare is the podcast that takes the pub quiz out of the pub and brings it home to you. Trivial Warfare is a weekly game shared by people all over the world that features all the same banter, jokes and fun that you share with your friends at your local quiz nights. TW is your gateway to a larger world of trivia and your invitation into an awesome community of people who love trivia games just as much as you do. Give the show a try and have fun with Jonathan, Chris, Carmela and Ben a ...
 
The Irregular Warfare Podcast explores an important component of war throughout history. Small wars, drone strikes, special operations forces, counterterrorism, proxies—this podcast covers the full range of topics related to irregular war and features in-depth conversations with guests from the military, academia, and the policy community. The podcast is a collaboration between the Modern War Institute at West Point and Princeton's Empirical Studies of Conflict Project.
 
Discover how to combat the works of Satan, his demons and witchcraft as Apostle DoQuoi Green equips you with kingdom strategies and teaches you how to effectively and strategically pray and engage the enemy in spiritual warfare. It’s time to walk in your God given power and authority! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spiritualwarfarenetwork/support
 
From Napoleonic battles to Cold War confrontations, the Normandy landings to 9/11, this podcast opens up fascinating new perspectives on how wars have shaped and changed our modern world. Each week, twice a week, war historian, writer, and broadcaster, James Rogers, teams up with fellow historians, veterans, and experts to reveal astonishing new histories of inspirational leadership, breakthrough technologies, and era defining battles. Together they highlight the stark realities and conseque ...
 
A history podcast about the Middle Ages and warfare during those times. From knights to Vikings, crusaders to kings, we will explore the medieval world and its military history. Hosted by the editor of Medieval Warfare magazine, this podcast features guests discussing various topics about warfare, including battles, sieges, weapons, military organization, chivalry and more. We will have conversations with the leading historians and archaeologists in the field, who can tell us about the lates ...
 
Romance underlines Corporate Warfare – a fast paced novel that deals with corporations bidding on a US proposal. A scheming foreign conglomerate has other intentions. With their international genetic patents secured, Project Abacus' success now hinges on the exploitation of the proposal to realize a unique human identification system. A genetic social security number. And corporate espionage entangles the love triangles. But with Anthony's hands tied will fate prevail?
 
Hosted by Brandon Thorn, Trench Warfare will take a deep dive into offensive & defensive line play. This is a podcast for coaches, players and students of the game. Brandon will also discuss other relevant topics around the NFL and feature a variety of football guests.
 
John Putignano, a former officer at Alexander Correctional in NC, has seen a lot of corruption during his seven years with the prison system. After a traumatic brain injury on the job he was let go and is now disabled. His new mission is to expose the crooked leadership and damaged system through his book “North Carolina’s Correctional Warfare” and this Podcast.
 
The Rosary Shrine of Saint Jude is located at Saint Dominic Church in Washington, DC. This Shrine was founded to promote devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Jude Thaddeus. Over the years, The Rosary Shrine of Saint Jude has become a sign of hope and a source of comfort and consolation for many Catholics as well as non-Catholics during moments of desperation and times of crisis. More than ever we need the power of the rosary and the intercession of Saint Jude!
 
Introducing Guerrilla Warfare: Tactical Foreclosure Training Here at Fortiment, we take an “outside of the box” approach to the foreclosure process. We don’t just wait for the banks in predatory lending to lay out the verdict on the fate of our homes as we work and slave away to pay them, leaving ourselves with little or nothing to take home to our loved ones. Did you know that you can launch an offensive strike against foreclosure? Your home can generate enough income to stay current with y ...
 
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Beginning with his birth in 1915 in Sierra Leone, the life of John Henry Smythe OBE MBE is almost unbelievable. From becoming a navigator in the RAF during the Second World War, to being held captive in a German POW camp, to being the Senior Officer making key decisions about the futures of the people aboard HMT Empire Windrush and becoming Attorne…
 
This week we are thrilled to present our 2021 PRIDE episode. Even though the recording fell on an odd number slot this year there was no way we were holding this back as a patron only show. This week we are joined by special guest host Liz Thaler who runs the game between the teams of Carmela and JP Adams vs Dane Kyle and Justin Mott. Enjoy! And HA…
 
Dr Roger Hodkinson is a pathologist by training, with a wealth of knowledge in infectious disease, virology and evidence-based medicine.He was educated at Cambridge University and University College Hospital Medical School in London, before moving to Canada in 1970 and training at the University Of British Columbia.…
 
A new US administration is eager to reengage with both allies and competitors, reasserting the role of global leader that the United States has claimed since World War II. At the same time, former partners wary of indications of US withdrawal from the global stage no longer look to the United States for leadership and current adversaries emboldened…
 
The following is a link to the Nelson-Atkins Museum's Discriminating Thieves Exhibition. 4:15 How Discriminating Thieves exhibition came about 6:20 Title of Discriminating Thieves exhibition came from correspondence by Nelson-Atkins’ first director Paul Gardner 7:30 One of the four works in the exhibition: painting by German Expressionist Emil Nold…
 
Patron of the podcast Louis asks, what were the impacts of the introduction and subsequent spread of Christianity on the Roman military's practices and that of its opponents? Were there any improvements in the treatment of the defeated, taking into account that most barbarians were also christians although of a different denomination? Or maybe chan…
 
Apostle DoQuoi Green teaches part 1 of the series, "Destroying Evil Altars." Connect with Apostle DoQuoi Green: Subscribe to our email list: https://emailnotifications.spiritualwarfarenetwork.com/optin Get a copy of Apostle DoQuoi Green's book, "Spiritual Assassin," https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578660172 Deliverance and Soul Healing: emailnotificatio…
 
A few episodes ago, John Spencer spoke to retired Colonel Leonard DeFrancisci about his Marine Corps civil affairs detachment's role during the Second Battle of Fallujah. He joins the Urban Warfare Project Podcast once again to continue the conversation, this time describing the massive coalition effort to rebuild the city after intense fighting an…
 
The Monday Warfare Podcast Returns! Host Ray Russell explains his time away in the hospital fighting Covid Pneumonia and his rehab at home after. He's joined by co-host Steven Eckstat as they talk about Monday Warfare's return to the airwaves as we prepare for WCW Nitro going to 2 Hours, Scott Hall's debut, and so much more!…
 
Dr Andrew Kaufman is a natural healing consultant, inventor, public speaker, and forensic psychiatrist with training from MIT and Duke University School Of Medicine, among others.He is constantly being censored because of his views. And these days, being censored means you’re probably doing something right. (I know all about being censored.)…
 
After 12 years of battles against the French Republic’s various neighbours, this was Napoleon’s final stand. Although many associate its name with a Eurovision winning hit from 1974, the Battle of Waterloo was in fact devastating to the Republic and its Allied opposition. 24 thousand French and 19 thousand Allied soldiers died on this battlefield. …
 
Twenty years after it first aired, Band of Brothers continues to be remembered as a remarkably accurate portrayal of a US parachute infantry company in the European Theater during the Second World War. Damian Lewis is an English actor and producer who played U.S. Army Major Richard Winters in the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers. At the Chalke Valle…
 
Erwin Rommel, the ‘Desert Fox’, known as such because from 1940 until the end of 1942, he led his troops across the deserts of North Africa and towards the Middle East with an often uncanny sense of his enemies' plans and weaknesses. In this episode, we uncover the secret to this success. Gershom Gorenberg has been investigating the Nazi’s use of i…
 
This week Harvey Silikovitz is back and he's teaming up with Chris again. Last time they were paired up this dynamic duo was excellent together. This week they go up again the 3 person team of Jonathan, Kellie McClure, and Derick Schroeppel. Justin Wentz from Trivia:30 is guest hosting. Enjoy!بقلم Oakes Media Group
 
Below is the email for Dr. Jacques Schuhmacher: j.schuhmacher@vam.ac.uk The following is a link for more information on the Victoria & Albert Museum's Concealed Histories Exhibit. SHOW NOTES 3:30 importance of provenance research regarding potential for Nazi-looted art in collections outside of countries that had been occupied by the Nazis 7:35 pro…
 
As the Allies advanced through Europe in early 1945, the Nazis embarked on one final escalation of the Holocaust. Hundreds of thousands of prisoners, already weak and starving from their treatment in the camp system, were forcibly marched away from the possibility of liberation. For this episode, James welcomes the curators of the Wiener Holocaust …
 
Murray and Mark talk to James Romm about his new book The Sacred Band: Three hundred Greek lovers fighting to save Greek freedom. The Sacred Band highlights a monumental era in history, one marked by war, ideological divide, the rise of eros in Greek public life, and the end of freedom. Romm reintroduces the tale of the Sacred Band—previously suppr…
 
Charlie Higson and Ben McIntyre talk about the facts and fictions of working in espionage. Having both encountered the recruitment process for the British Intelligence Services, they discuss the process of getting recruited or, as in both of their cases, not getting recruited. They go on to explore the history and traditions of this institution, wh…
 
Few days hold such a strong position in history as D-Day. However, as David O'Keefe tells us in this episode, 6 June 1944 was followed by 76 days of continued advances into Normandy. Hear about the position of the Allies after D-Day, and how they proceeded into France and towards victory. David is a leading military historian. He has released a new…
 
How did the United States leverage local partners in the fight against the Islamic State? What were the unique dynamics of partnering with the Kurdish People’s Protection Units, particularly the Women’s Protection Units? What can this case teach us about warfare, will, and relationships? Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, author of the New York Times best-selli…
 
It’s 77 years since D-Day but it might never have happened at all without one very specific piece of new technology; the resonant cavity magnetron. Atomic bombs or the Colossus supercomputer may come to mind when thinking about innovations which changed the course of WW2, but without this technological breakthrough, history would have been very dif…
 
The D-Day landings of June 6 1944 were the largest amphibious landing in the history of warfare, and are famed as a major turning point towards Allied victory. But they weren’t without planning and practice. In late April 1944, the Allies launched one of their trial runs, Exercise Tiger, off Slapton Sands in Devon. The aim was a closely choreograph…
 
Stephanie Seneff is a senior research scientist at MIT, which is MIT’s highest research rank. After receiving four degrees from MIT (B.S.. in Biophysics, M.S., E.E., and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science), she has conducted research in packet-switched networks, computational modeling of the human auditory system, natural language…
 
There are many theories for when the Second World War was lost by the Axis powers. In this episode, Digital historian Alwyn Collinson shares the reasons why 1943 can be seen as this turning point. Digital Projects Manager at the University of Oxford, Alwyn runs the twitter account @RealTimeWWII and during this episode, he and James also explore whe…
 
During the recent outbreak of fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, many of the Israeli strikes targeted Hamas tunnels. That raises a range of important questions. What advantages do subterranean environments lend to combatants? What military challenges do tunnels pose? More broadly, why is underground warfare occurring increasingly frequently…
 
How is it possible to avoid disasters when they are inherently unpredictable? Niall Ferguson, renowned historian, senior fellow at Stanford University, senior faculty fellow at Harvard and visiting professor at Tsinghua University, has been studying historical responses to catastrophes. In this episode of Warfare, he draws upon the World Wars, Span…
 
The Macedonian armies of Phillip and Alexander were almost invincible, but afterwards “Macedonian” style armies seem to be more hit and miss (vs. Romans, Indians, Parthians, Celts etc.). Was this because Philip and Alexander’s troops were uniquely competent, or was it that the commanders after Alexander just couldn’t measure up? Murray answers this…
 
With battlefield humiliation for France in 1954, and then defeat and public criticism for the United States in 1975, the Vietnam War became the Western world’s most divisive modern conflict. In this episode, Dan Snow speaks to Max Hastings about the Domino theory, whether it was possible for the US to win the war and the effect the war had on those…
 
Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) is an American church known for its use of inflammatory hate speech, especially against LGBT+ people, Catholics, Orthodox Christians, atheists, Muslims, Jews, and U.S. soldiers and politicians. Multiple sources describe it as a hate group. Watch the videoبقلم Jerm
 
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