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War Stories is a narrative show that takes the broad arcs of warfare and shares the stories behind crucial points their development. In each season, the show revolves around a single topic and traces a path from before its invention to the modern-day with a focus on the people who made it happen.
 
Words of War was an anthology of war stories, "told by the men and women who have seen them happen." It was produced in cooperation with the Council on Books in Wartime, promising "stories of the battlefronts, of behind-the-scenes diplomacy, of underground warfare, of the home front, of action on the seas." Each show was to be "a living record of this war and things for which we fought."
 
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Our podcasts go over some of the true stories in the WWE Golden Era. We meet legends and hear their stories of what really went on during their storylines. I hoped you all packed your bags because we are gonna go for a ride down memory lane.
 
Small businesses are the soul of America. This is where they tell their stories. Three years, 16,000 miles and counting... Small Business War Stories is a weekly show recorded in person with small business owners. We get the triumphs, struggles, and funny stories from our guests’ everyday lives. Hosted by Pablo Fuentes, an entrepreneur and musician based in Austin, Texas. For more on the show, please visit https://smallbusinesswarstories.com/
 
Legendary sports gaming entrepreneur and sports personality, Steve Budin, teams up with Idan Ravin: world renowned trainer, former lawyer, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and author of the nationally acclaimed The Hoops Whisperer. Each week, Personal War Stories -- Life on Plant Earth, delves into the personal struggles we face everyday: food, fitness, relationships, family, values, business, society, pop culture, sports, politics and religion. Renowned industry leaders and disruptive thinkers ...
 
Stories from combat veterans who bravely served their country. This show is unscripted, unfiltered, and filled with every emotion imaginable. We are aiming to provide a space where there is no agenda, no judgement, and genuine accounts from today's generation of warriors. Grab your favorite Whiskey or Bourbon, light a cigar, kick up your feet, and enjoy the show! (Silkies and woobies highly recommended). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whiskeyandwar/support
 
Ex-British Paratrooper and history fanatic Bruce Crompton is on a mission and he believes the amazing deeds of forgotten war heroes can help him. Due to the ongoing pandemic, museums all around the world are in danger of closing. If that happens the history contained within them will be lost from the public forever. In this series, inspired by unique museum items and personal artefacts, Bruce narrates incredible tales from the Second World War. He hopes that by telling these true stories, re ...
 
I am Reading Regimental Histories written by the soldiers who fought in the American Civil War. Relive the tales they weave on their marches across Antietam, Gettysburg and more! Our Current Regimental History, is that of the legendary 155th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment. Later known as Pearon's Zouaves. From Antietam, Gettysburg and Appomattox, they always seem to arrive and witness some of the Civil Wars most critical moments.
 
Coming in from the Cold explores forgotten—or never-remembered—national security policy initiatives, incidents and events during the Cold War. In each episode Cold War Historian Bill Rosenau, sits down with experts on a wide range of topics to discuss these events and how they are relevant to today’s challenges. The views expressed here are those of the commentators and do not necessarily reflect the views of CNA or any of its sponsors.
 
History is, indeed, a story. With his unique voice and engaging delivery, historian and veteran storyteller Fred Kiger will help the compelling stories of the American Civil War come alive in each and every episode. Filled with momentous issues and repercussions that still resonate with us today, this series will feature events and people from that period and will strive to make you feel as if you were there.
 
How do our food stories change during wartime? Each episode follows a veteran or wartime volunteer from their home in the United States through their overseas deployment and back again. We hear firsthand where they fought, who they fed, how they ate, and what tastes they missed most while away at war. From World War II through today, soldiers and civilians come together at the table to remember, reflect, and show respect. Hosted by Jacqueline Raposo.
 
This podcast is brought to you by the nonprofit initiative ”Stories Behind the Stars”.The name Stories Behind the Stars derives its name from the World War II practice of the military giving the families of each of the fallen a banner with a gold star on it. We have the ambitious goal to collect the stories of everyone one of the 400,000+ US WWII fallen in one common database on Fold3.com, freely accessible to all. To make these stories even more accessible, Stories Behind the Stars is devel ...
 
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An EMT comes on to discuss some of his craziest experiences so early in his career but Chuck misunderstands what he said in his email about what happened and it's hilarious. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. …
 
After earning his masters in psychiatric social work and completing basic training, Shad Meshad worked at Fort Leavenworth Military Prison as a mental health officer. Most of the prisoners were Vietnam veterans, and he provided them with treatment and a means to reintegrate into society. After hearing the stories of veterans at Fort Leavenworth, Me…
 
In episode thirty two of Frontier War Stories, Boe speaks with Professor Lyndall Ryan. Professor Ryan is a historian of violence on the Australian colonial frontier specialising in the period 1788-1850 and the leader of the team behind the Colonial Frontier Massacres Map. Frontier War Stories is produced, written and hosted by Boe Spearim Additiona…
 
Jim Fleming is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Colby College and a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution. He has earned degrees in astronomy (B.S. Penn State University), atmospheric science (M.S. Colorado State University) and history (Ph.D. Princeton University). Professor Jim Fleming's website. “F…
 
Chuck and Tom debrief two critical incidents caught on body cam. One involved LAPD tasing the founder of BLM's cousin after which he subsequently died. The other is an officer contacting an unknown subject regarding a disturbance call but the incident results in a gun battle in which the officer and the suspect are both hit. Remember to like, subsc…
 
Warning, this episode mentions violence, racism, sex, and self-harm. Listener discretion is advised. After earning his masters in psychiatric social work and completing basic training, Shad Meshad worked at Fort Leavenworth Military Prison as a mental health officer. Most of the prisoners were Vietnam veterans, and he provided them with treatment a…
 
When do makeup and hair become false advertising and when should you disclose secrets about your sex life to a new partner? The boys discuss women who wear so much makeup they look like a different person and what are the things you need to tell your new potential sexual partner BEFORE you sleep with them. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a r…
 
Chuck and Tom answer some of the in-depth questions listeners have sent in recently. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesofficial and get a shout-out on an upc…
 
Programs Addresses Reunions and Dedications Gettysburg 1886 to Fredericksburg 1908 1. Organization Of Regimental Association. 2. First Reunion One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. 3. Tribute of General J. Bowman Sweitzer to One Hundred And Fifty-Fifth Regiment (Read at First Reunion.) 4. Unveiling Regimental Monument And Re…
 
In this episode, Maj James Dunning describes the infamous Dieppe Raid and becoming an instructor at Achnacarry Castle. At 20 years old, James Dunning volunteered for the new special force that would become the Commandos (or British Commandos). The Commandos quickly became famous for their rigorous training, elite status, and their green berets. Dun…
 
We're Back! The boys get RIGHT back into it discussing the dumbass alleged killer in the Moscow Murders as well as Chuck's fascination with transgender genitalia. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us …
 
Jon returns to talk about the shooting that caused him to leave California for good. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesofficial and get a shout-out on an upc…
 
About this episode: There are some sixteen accounts about the life of the President of the Confederacy. Unlike his counterpart, Abraham Lincoln, this President, from the perspective of most historians, has not fared well. Brittle, ill-tempered, one who held grudges, possessed poor political skills. In short, a second-rate leader who loved bureaucra…
 
Hi, I’m Ken Harbaugh, host of Warriors In Their Own Words. I just wanted to let you know that the team and I are taking some time off during the holidays. We’ll return to our normal release schedule on January 12th. In the meantime, we’ll be sharing an episode of our other show, the Medal of Honor podcast, here on this feed. Think of it as our holi…
 
At 20 years old, James Dunning volunteered for the new special force that would become the Commandos (or British Commandos). The Commandos quickly became famous for their rigorous training, elite status, and their green berets. Dunning fought with the Commandos during World War Two, most notably during the Dieppe Raid. Known as Operation Jubilee, t…
 
A Country Boy In The Army. By Color-Corporal Arch. N. Euwer. Company C. Campaigning With Company A. By Private Nathan N. Fullerton. The Charge At Five Forks. By Orderly-Sergeant J. A. Mcdowell, Company F. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/Por Leon Meowsers
 
COL Douglas C. Dillard describes fighting in WWII as an Army parachute regiment sergeant during the Battle of the Bulge. He also discusses the cold, harsh environment they faced, and how he almost lost both of his legs because of it. During the interview, Dillard describes an encounter he had with a captured German soldier: “We caught a German ther…
 
In our last episode of 2022, The boys discuss the biggest news stories of 2022 and share their favorite Christmas jokes. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesof…
 
Chuc and Tom discuss a bad search by a rookie and a Deputy Sheriff who shoots his roommate, another deputy, in a tragic display of negligence and stupidity. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at htt…
 
The boys discuss a list of movies that are debatable for the holidays and what makes a movie a Christmas movie. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesofficial an…
 
On this day (December 8th) in 1941, Japanese forces attacked Wake Island. After the Americans surrendered, Sgt. Pearsall and his fellow Marines were taken as prisoners of war, and spent 3 ½ years at a prison camp in China during WWII. Sergeant John Edward ‘Swede’ Pearsall served in the Marines as a part of the 1st Defense Battalion, D Battery on Wa…
 
A firefighter discusses the pros and cons of working in a small town and responding to calls when you know everyone in the community you serve. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.p…
 
Reminiscences Of Hatcher's Run And Five Forks. By Surgeon Elias A. Kitchin. At The Front And In The Hospital. By Corporal Franklin Gilmore, Company A. Memoirs of the Pittsburgh Sister of Mercy https://www.loc.gov/resource/gdcmassbookdig.memoirsofpittsbu00sist/?sp=10&st=pdf&r=-0.383%2C-0.088%2C1.767%2C1.767%2C0&pdfPage=328 Support the show Find all …
 
In this special episode, Captain Torres explains how landfill-like burn pits in Iraq gave him a chronic lung injury and a toxic brain injury. Captain Le Roy Torres served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 24 years, and spent a year on duty in Balad, Iraq. While there, Torres lived and worked in close proximity to a burn pit. These burn pits act as landf…
 
The boys discuss the need to combat narcissism in the younger generation by going back to an old-school method: A smackdown. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstori…
 
About this episode: It was a Thursday, March 10, 1864, when the brand-spanking new General-in-Chief of all US forces arrived at Brandy Station, Virginia where Major General George Gordon Meade made his headquarters. Fully aware the most pressing military matter was for the Army of the Potomac to forcefully campaign, Lieutenant General U. S. Grant a…
 
An LAPD officer could be facing discipline as Chuck and Tom discuss a shooting in which an LAPD officer unknowingly shot and killed a 14-year-old girl through a dressing room wall. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium epi…
 
MGen Roger Rowley describes his experiences fighting as a ground forces officer in the days following the invasion of Normandy, and how he missed the D-Day invasion. MGen Rowley served in World War Two as ground forces officer in the Canadian Army. For months he and his unit prepared for the invasion of Normandy, but when the fateful day came, no o…
 
WE take the MTBI personality test together BUT Chuck and Matt have a minor malfunction before the results can be red. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesoffic…
 
A returning guest comes on to discuss the details of a helicopter crash when he was first deployed. Remember to like, subscribe, and leave a review to help us grow the podcast. Go to www.warstoriesofficial.com and Join our subscriber forums to get access to premium episodes. Support us at https://patron.podbean.com/warstoriesofficial and get a shou…
 
It Was Said, the 2021 Webby Award winner for Best Podcast Series, returns with a new season to look back on some of the most powerful, impactful, and timeless speeches in history. Written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winner and bestselling author-historian Jon Meacham, this documentary podcast series takes you through another season of ten genera…
 
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