New Hardcore History

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  • Payback is a bitch.
    Hatorian said:

    the 20 something days of "the 4th reich" was a mess but it seemed most of the smart people knew they needed to hold off the Russians as much as possible while transfering as many germans as possible to safer parts of the country.

    mattfoerster
  • Supernova 2 dropped!!
  • Well I know what I’m doing tomorrow. 
  • Not a new Hardcore History, but my buddy Daniele Bolelli interviewed Dan on the topic of "Were the Nazi's Socialists?"  (spoiler - no, they werent'!)



    Flukes
  • Also posted to the HH: Addendum feed so technically it is a new HH. 
    CretanBull
  • rhcooprhcoop Knoxville, Tn
    Anyone that is a fan of the HH WW1 series should go see "They Shall Not Grow Old", it's a very good documentary with restored WW1 video footage.  

    It really connects everything Dan talked about in that series in regards to the conditions the soldiers had to deal with in the Trenches. 
    CretanBull
  • rhcoop said:
    Anyone that is a fan of the HH WW1 series should go see "They Shall Not Grow Old", it's a very good documentary with restored WW1 video footage.  

    It really connects everything Dan talked about in that series in regards to the conditions the soldiers had to deal with in the Trenches. 

    Done by Peter Jackson, who has a deep interest in WWI.  He owns this company - Wingnut Wings - makers of the best WWI plastic models.
    CretanBullken hale
  • New Addendum Out:
    Caesar at Hastings
    Hatorian
  • FreddyFreddy Denton, Texas
    Alkaid13 said:
    New Addendum Out:
    Caesar at Hastings

    Eine Frau
  • FlukesFlukes Calgary, Canada
    I wasn't expecting to, but I found the wargame miniature discussion fascinating!
  • HatorianHatorian Dagobah
    edited June 2019
    Alkaid13 said:
    New Addendum Out:
    Caesar at Hastings
    Interesting concept although the actual Caesar is much more interesting. He should have done a cast about the time he sieged a French town and built two walls. One to siege the town and the other to protect is army from the relieving forces coming to save the town. The ingenuity he used in France was amazing. There’s a Netflix show that does a decent job fictionalizing it. 

  • A_Ron_HubbardA_Ron_Hubbard Cincinnati, OH
    Hatorian said:
    Alkaid13 said:
    New Addendum Out:
    Caesar at Hastings
    Interesting concept although the actual Caesar is much more interesting. He should have done a cast about the time he sieged a French town and built two walls. One to siege the town and the other to protect is army from the relieving forces coming to save the town. The ingenuity he used in France was amazing. There’s a Netflix show that does a decent job fictionalizing it. 

    He in fact did that podcast, haha. I believe in Hardcore History 60 – The Celtic Holocaust, but it could have been in the Death Throes of the Republic series, too.
    Hatorian
  • Yeah he’s done a few podcasts on Caesar. 
    Hatorian
  • Hatorian said:
    Alkaid13 said:
    New Addendum Out:
    Caesar at Hastings
    Interesting concept although the actual Caesar is much more interesting. He should have done a cast about the time he sieged a French town and built two walls. One to siege the town and the other to protect is army from the relieving forces coming to save the town. The ingenuity he used in France was amazing. There’s a Netflix show that does a decent job fictionalizing it. 

    He in fact did that podcast, haha. I believe in Hardcore History 60 – The Celtic Holocaust, but it could have been in the Death Throes of the Republic series, too.
    Well now I have 6 hours of new podcasting. Looks like this is covered in Celtic Holocaust. 
  • Supernova 3 released!
    CretanBull
  • A_Ron_HubbardA_Ron_Hubbard Cincinnati, OH
    Haha, just finished part 2 last month. I'm setting this one aside like a fine bottle of wine for mid January...
    Hatorian
  • Oh sick I am gonna start listening today. Any Chance this is about a champagne supernova? The story of The band Oasis? Jk
    ken hale
  • @Hatorian
    I've ordered With the Old Breed, so looking forward to diving into it, honestly I've not ready anywhere near enough from the Pacific Theatre 

    I've got Inferno but not read it yet, liked Overlord, just finished  The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich Book by William L. Shirer, a good comprehensive history with that focus.  The court of the red Tsar by Sebag Montefiore is pretty easy reading and gives context on the story of the Eastern front overall would recommend both!
    Finished Third Reich a few weeks ago. Amazing book. I’ve decided to get all of the memoirs I could find from German leadership. Got Guderdian, Mannstein and Kesslrings books to read, 

    rigght now though I’m reading A Higher Call by Adam Makos about a German and US pilot and it’s really good so far. It’s probably the highest rated book I’ve ever seen on amazon. 
  • Teresa from ConcordTeresa from Concord Concord, California
    So glad I clicked on this thread. The podcast sounds amazing, but it will take many hikes to catch up. I think I’ll start with Supernova I unless you all have a better suggestion. 
  • Dan was on Bill Maher's show last night...he didn't get much camera time though, I think he spoke up 2-3 times and kinda got shut down each time.
    Darmock&Jalad@Tenagra
  • After seeing it come up in the Mr robot podcast, I finally jumped on board and listened to all 4 hours straight through of the 'Prophets of Doom' for my first hardcore history listen.

    All I can say is wow, that guy can weave a thread of a story. Looks like my backlog of podcasts to listen too just went up a bit...

    CretanBull
  • redlancer said:
    After seeing it come up in the Mr robot podcast, I finally jumped on board and listened to all 4 hours straight through of the 'Prophets of Doom' for my first hardcore history listen.

    All I can say is wow, that guy can weave a thread of a story. Looks like my backlog of podcasts to listen too just went up a bit...

    His stuff is the best....it sometimes takes him the better part of a year to get an episode out, but when it drops it's all worth the wait!
    BroRad33
  • JaimieTJaimieT Atlanta, GA
    redlancer said:
    After seeing it come up in the Mr robot podcast, I finally jumped on board and listened to all 4 hours straight through of the 'Prophets of Doom' for my first hardcore history listen.

    All I can say is wow, that guy can weave a thread of a story. Looks like my backlog of podcasts to listen too just went up a bit...


    This is my favorite one. I started it at 11pm one night and stayed up until 3am finishing it lol. It's also been the incredibly influential to my understanding of religion and society over the years.
    CretanBull
  • Picked up his book yesterday, looks like a fun read. 
    CretanBull
  • I want Dan to read my Voicemail message in that voice he does when he quotes generals.
  • So glad I clicked on this thread. The podcast sounds amazing, but it will take many hikes to catch up. I think I’ll start with Supernova I unless you all have a better suggestion. 
    Each series really stands alone, so start with supernova, sure. Carlin archives his stuff after some time and you have to pay for older podcasts, but they’re only like two bucks per episode. 
    Teresa from Concord
  • New addendum out on Alexander the Great’s mother. 
  • This is my favorite thread to see pop up.
  • Man his stuff is like audio crack. Had a long car ride yesterday and finally got around to supernova part 1, and remembered how addicting his stuff is. Hard to stop. 
    BroRad33Freddy
  • New addendum:
    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dan-carlins-hardcore-history-addendum/id1326393257?i=1000467161891

    An interview with Fred Kaplan on the prospects of Nuclear War. 
    FreddyBroRad33
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