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Reflecting History is an educational history podcast that explores significant historical events and themes without losing track of the ordinary people involved. Covering a wide variety of topics, it is a narrative driven podcast that delves into the connection between history, psychology, and philosophy on a personal level.
 
Note: please use the Official Request Form linked at the top of my website (angelaodell.com) to submit podcast episode requests! All requests must come through that form. Thank you! Real Cool History for Kids tells amazing stories from history, from a Biblical worldview perspective. Hey, kids, do you like stories about weird, cool, and just plain awesome events and people in history? If you do, you're going to love this podcast show! From creepy abandoned places all over the world to little- ...
 
In this podcast we interview historians about new topics every week ranging from Ancient Rome to pre historic era to modern history. I myself am not an academic but I always been fascinated by history and always enjoy learning about it. I am trying to make history fun and enjoyable and hopefully you will learn smomething too. New episodes coming out every week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart". This podcast is uncut, and unedited.So what you see is what you get. Which means th ...
 
The Maritime History Podcast is a chronological look at maritime history and its numerous facets. Beginning with ancient history, the podcast looks at trade, exploration, boat and ship-building, economics, and the relationship between the ocean and the development of society and culture throughout history. Learn more about the podcast at https://maritimehistorypodcast.com.
 
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On June 15, 1215, King John of England signs the Magna Carta declaring the King to be subject to the rule of law and documenting the liberties held by free men. The Magna Carta lays the foundation for individual rights enshrined in several Constitutions across the globe, including the US Constitution. The Industrial Revolution creates a new educate…
 
This week Our returning guest is here to talk about the roman admiral Marcus Agrippa. We will talk about how he came to be connected to Augustus, to his building projects and the civil war against Marc Anthony. What made him so great? Find out in this weeks episode of "Well That Aged Well" "Erlend Hedegart" Find Lindsay Powell And his work here: ht…
 
How did ordinary people make sense of a devastating and apocalyptic event like the Taiping Civil War? To what extent did the logic of divine reward and punishment play a role in the ordinary lives of people impacted by this conflict? How did people combat the horrors of war psychologically? This episode is part one in a series covering Tobie Meyer-…
 
Episode #85 is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Have an idea for an episode topic? Use the Episode Request HERE! Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Would you like to enter this month's merch drawing? Follow this link! Hey, parents, please snap a picture o…
 
Game Of Thrones is a TV show and a book series beloved by millions. But did you know that several events in the books are taken from real life events? In this episode we take a look at some of the medieval history George R. R. Martin borrowed to make his famous series A Game Of Thrones. This week on "Well That Aged Well", with "Erlend Hedegart". Fi…
 
The first bank bailout in history, happened in Rome in 33 A.D. The first medium of exchange was the barter system and this was replaced by Commodity Money. Coins were first minted in Lydia (modern day Turkey) and Chinese were the first to make paper money. Money continued to evolve and the latest disruption has been digital currency, aka Bitcoin.…
 
In this weeks episode we discuss the life and legacy of Charlemagne. From his father Peppin the short to his forging of an empire and being crowned of the pope and more. Join us this week as we talk about the birth of the Infamous Holy Roman Empire, on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart" Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-t…
 
This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Welcome to the 84th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Would you like to enter this mo…
 
The Taiping Civil War was an apocalyptic event for those who lived through it. For most ordinary civilians, the realties on the ground involved violence, looting, hypocrisy, and danger at all times. The chaos, death, and atrocities would force those who survived to face complicated questions of grief and loss. This is the fifth episode in a series …
 
Around late 18th Century the acceleration in the processes of technical innovation brought about new tools and machines which led to the concept of mass production, thereby triggering an Industrial Revolution. It's impact was profound - from the creation of a new Middle Class to a new set of wealthy industrialists. Capitalism swept the globe and Ad…
 
In this weeks episode we take a look at the birth of Britain. We discuss Dr. Marc Morris work on "The Anglo Saxons", and how they changed the course of England. From the fall of Rome to the Saxons arrival to the vikings, and how they changed Englands history and the fall of the Saxons with "William The Conqueror". This week on "Well That Aged Well"…
 
This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Welcome to the 83rd episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Would you like to enter this mo…
 
In this episode we take a look at life in England during the 19th Century. For those of us who grew up on Dickens have a certain idea of what it may have been like but how accuratley does Dickens depict the 19th century english life? And how did The Industrial Revolution change the way of the daily life? These are the questions we ask in this weeks…
 
In 1978 Deng Xiaoping becomes China's new leader after the death of Mao Zedong in 1976. He takes on a pragmatic approach towards reform, opening up SEZs (Special Economic Zones along the Pearl River Delta, overlooking Hong Kong. It's an experiment and will be expanded to other parts of the country, if successful. Hong Kong and Taiwan show interest …
 
In this episode we visit The 10th Century Islamic world, and the Fatimid Caliphate. We discuss how they rose to power, and their height and fall, and what their rule was like, from their arcitecthure and their rivalry with the Abbasid Caliphate. This week on "Well That Aged Well", With "Erlend Hedegart"- Links where you can find professor Pruitt he…
 
The Taiping Civil War is often seen as a product of clashing belief systems and a testament to the power of belief. This episode provides some analysis for how the belief systems of the 3 major players in the conflict interacted and converged: the Taiping version of Christianity, the Qing appeal to Confucian tradition, and the western imperial civi…
 
This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Welcome to the 82nd episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Would you like to enter this mo…
 
In this episode we talk about the 12th century Nikephoros Bryennios "Heroes And Romans". How did NIkephoros Bryennios history differ from Anna Komnenos "Alexiad"? How come she is more famous than Nikephoros her husband? And what makes this era such a fascinating part of our history? Find out this week on "Well That Aged Well", with "Erlend Hedegart…
 
Igor Gouzenko, a Soviet cipher clerk stationed at the Soviet Union’s Ottawa embassy during the Second World War, defects to the Canadian government with proof that his country had been spying on its wartime allies: Canada, Britain and the United States. This prompts the Gouzenko Affair. His defection is considered the start of the Cold War. In 1946…
 
This week we take a look at the Latin Language. From where it came from to how to study the language and it`s history and it`s role in the modern world. Find out this week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart" Link to the latin reading room here: https://readingancientschoolroom.com/ Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that…
 
EPISODE #81. 1879-1935. THE STORY OF WILL ROGERS This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Welcome to the 81st episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Bi…
 
For over 400 years Norway has been under Danish Rule since The Fondation of The Kalmar Union. But this was all about to change as The Napoleonic Wars burst out in the beginning of the 19th Century. Norway would soon in 1814 found it`s own constitution and be under Sweedish rule for another 100 years. But how did this happened? What gave Norway the …
 
How did Hong Xiuquan transform from ordinary school teacher into the leader of the largest rebellion in modern history and the younger brother of Jesus? What started out as one man's fever dream would slowly reveal itself to be a nightmare in reality for millions of people in China. This is the third episode in a series on the Taiping Civil War or …
 
In his farewell address, President George Washington warned against political parties, particularly those based on geographic loyalties. However his own Cabinet fostered an intense rivalry between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. Jeffersonians formed the Democratic-Republican party, while the Hamiltonians formed the Federalist party. The Fe…
 
The Cossacks have been an important part of Both Ukrainian and Russian history. But where did they come from? What sort of people were they? And what was their lifestyle like? These are the questions we ask in this weeks episode of "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted …
 
Episode #80. 1770-1854. The Chess Playing Turk This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Explore Angela's books here: https://angelaodell.com Welcome to the 80th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Bibl…
 
This week we cover The Infamous "Viking Age". Arguably one of Scandinavias most famous history. Did it really start with the Attack on Lindesfarn in the late 8th century? What caused the Scandinavians to raid abroard in the first place? And was really violence all that the Vikings was about? Find out this week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend…
 
Tracing the history of the Worldwide Web or the Internet. In 1989. Tim Berners-Lee at CERN, Geneva, comes up with a proposal to get the CERN scientists talk to each other via their computers so they can conduct their experiments remotely. In December of 1990 he sets up the first successful communication between a Web browser and server via the Inte…
 
Everyone who have read/watched a movie or know a certain amount about Ancinet Rome has probably fantasized about traveling back there and visit Rome in it`s prime. But What would it actually be like if you could travel back in time to Ancinet Rome and find work, and be a citizen of Ancient Rome? These are the questions we ask in this weeks episode …
 
The “Great Man” style of history is often scoffed on, but does it have a part to play in the story of the Taiping Civil War? Which plays a bigger role in history-individual choices and decisions made by powerful individuals, or the larger contextual trends acting on those individuals? Ultimately a mix of these two styles of history may help us unde…
 
Episode #79. Early 1800s. The exploration of Lewis and Clark. This episode is sponsored by Math Lessons for a Living Education curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 79th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Wou…
 
In this weeks episode we take a look at Greek Mythology. Where it came from and how it affected Greek Culture. From Athens to Sparta The Greek Gods was a big part of the Ancient Greek World. Come with us as we explore their stories, on "Well That Aged Well". Suport Dr. Ionescus Scandinavia trip here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/sea-women-climate-cha…
 
The United Kingdom comprises the nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It once comprised both big islands of the British Isles. The Republic of Ireland declared independence after WWII leaving the United Kingdom as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. As England lost its economic hegemony post WWII, unrest i…
 
Episode #78. The winter of 1939-40. The war between the Soviet Union and Finland. This episode is sponsored by The World's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 78th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worl…
 
This week we take a look at The American Revolution. From the beginning with The British Stamp Act to the Revolution to the founding of a Nation. This week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
From 1850-1864, China was swallowed by a wave of chaos and destruction that was bizarre, unprecedented, and apocalyptic. Some historians estimate that the Taiping Civil War left more than 20 million dead in it's wake. The tale is often told as the strange story of the Taiping leader Hong Xiuquan, who claimed to be the younger brother of Jesus and e…
 
In this episode we take a look at Justinian II, Who is most famously known for loosing his nose. Why was he deposed? How did he return from Exile and return to rule a second time? What was his reign really like? Find out this week on "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart Professor Crawfords Tik Tok: @cani_antiquitytok The Classical Associati…
 
Episode #77. Japan's Feudal Period. This episode is sponsored by The World's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 77th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Would you like to enter your name into …
 
Tracing the history of the evolution of the Global Supply Chain from the Ancient times when the routes like the Silk Road through Central Asia and the Spice Route over the Indian Ocean were mostly linear chains that took a finished product to its ultimate destination. The British colonialization of India was based on the capture of the supply chain…
 
In this weeks episode we will take a look at a few misconceptions From the medieval era. Were people always misserable? Find out on this weeks episode of "Well That Aged Well". With "Erlend Hedegart". Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/well-that-aged-well. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Episode #76. (1919) The story of the Great Molassis Flood. This episode is sponsored by the America's Story history curriculum series, written by Angela O'Dell and published through Master Books. Welcome to the 76th episode in the popular podcast show for kids, Real Cool History for Kids, history adventures from a Biblical worldview. Would you like…
 
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