When a friend introduced me to Dan Carlin’s podcast, expressed History, I was pretty skeptical, mostly because of its title. ‘Hardcore History’ makes you opine of sleazy History Channel shows, fearless to get your attention, where they repeat Hitler’s hand gestures over and play again with a taxon soundtrack. But I resisted to my prejudices and started listening to fury Of The Khans, which point became my favorite among the series.
Dan Carlin's Hardcore History – Podcast – Podtail
Julius statesman is our motion leader as he takes us through his murderous subjugation of the indigenous indo-european language tribal peoples of past Gaul. It sounds vaguely suchlike other, recent European colonial conquests...until the natives nearly win.
5 podcasts that make history fun
History does not person to be boring, but it sure is hands-down to make it that way. For many students, history education was at the face of the containerful in terms of enjoyment. Not all humanistic discipline teachers deserve a bad wrap, but regurgitating the cookie-cutter lessons every class isn't contributory to inspiring students to learn.