1001 History's Best Storytellers

1001 History's Best Storytellers

Published by: Jon Hagadorn and Guests
40 Episodes | First Released: Jan 10 '19
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wolfie/wolf
Apr 30
Rating:   10
I agree

Love the way you give all sides of history. Not through today’s eyes But how the people in their time felt and believed And you really do a good job with a wonderful radio voice. This podcast and your others. Haven’t tried your Love stories yet but will listen soon. As I have said before. I hope some of your podcast will be heard by teachers and then their classes hear them. I love it when your young listeners hear them And are astonished to hear the truth about Americans history and real heroes. Not the revisionists history.

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New Mexico Gal
Jan 21
Rating:   10
Awesome new podcast.

Great new podcast. Especially enjoyed the podcast about animal war heroes. It is always clear that Jon has read and enjoyed the featured book when interviewing the author. Does a great job of leading the author to provide a cohesive and interesting message. New Mexico Gal.

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raidersky
Jan 21
Rating:   4
Bad Sound

I enjoy your history podcast because I am a ameteur historian. I have been listening for 2 years now. I believe nthat you have a BIG problem with recording the speakers voice. I don't think you proof listen to it before publing it to the public. It seems that over the past few months there have been more and more bad recordings. The speaker you interview sounds like their in the bottom of a barrel or some other defect in sound quality. Lately I seem to be deleting more and more of your episodes rather then trying to listen and not enjoying it because of the poor quality of the interviewie. Please, please don't alienate some of your most dedicated listeners, like me. This episode of Ulysses S. Grant is a terrible recording. I will delete this podcast account from my itunes account (and I know others feel the same way as me). Thank you in advance for fixing this ongoing problem.

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New Mexico Gal
Nov 18 '19
Rating:   10
Very educational!

Great new podcast. Looking forward to the great variety of topics that I know Jon will provide.

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History liker
Oct 22 '19
Rating:   2
False

Just a reminder, there is absolutely zero physical evidence that gas chambers were used to eradicate the Jewish people. The only known “gas chambers” had wooden doors which opened inward. History is written by the victors. I think it’s time we look at what really happened in early-mid 1900s Germany. Why are there laws preventing anyone from examining what really happened? Why has the holocaust turned into America’s National religion? Why do we continue to believe these historical narratives of the holocaust when so many have been proven wrong? I knew that when I saw this podcast was sponsored by ancestry.com, we were in for an onslaught of holocaust propaganda. It’s a shame.

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