Author Thomas Conner visits the Museum & Library to discuss the history and practice of the American Battle Monuments Commission.
Learning English use a limited vocabulary and are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Previously known as Special English.
Tommy Chong talks about his days as a young musician in Western Canada in the post-WWII era as well as what it was like being a young Canadian signed to Motown Records.
Jeremy Black, professor of history at Exeter, is well-known as one of the most prolific of publishing historians. His latest book, War and its Causes (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019), returns to a sub
Stretching across the north of England, from coast to coast, are the 73-mile long remnants of a fortification built by the Roman Army during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian. It is, as our guest Adria
This episode is brought to you by Wondery in partnership with National Geographic in anticipation of their new series, The Hot Zone. In 2014, Ebola is tearing through Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone,
Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show on 5-22-19 discussed: Donald Trump angrily storms out of meeting with Democrats on 5-22-19 including Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Charles Schumer. He
In Episode 123 I look at the life of Hans Holbein, and how he impacted art and portraiture at the Tudor court. Show notes with paintings and links will be up shortly at Rememb
Victoria Saker Woeste was educated at the University of Virginia (B.A. 1983) and the University of California at Berkeley (M.A. 1985, Ph.D. 1990). Since 1994 she has been a member of the research facu
On this date in 1844 the first-ever telegraphic message was released. And in 1883, this legendary bridge located in Brooklyn opened to traffic for the first time.
In 1999 a charity was founded in Bangladesh that was dedicated to treating and rehabilitating the survivors of acid violence. The majority of the attacks were against young women, the acid was usually
Isaac Komnenos comes to power urgently trying to restore the budget. But when he dies two years later his successor Constantine X Doukas reverses his economising. As he cuts from the military budget i
Today we have Dr. Eric Rauchway, a professor at the University of California, Davis. Professor Rauchway has expertise on U.S. policy, social, and economic history from the Civil War through the Second
Reparations for has been a hot topic on the presidential campaign trail, with Democratic candidates including Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren coming out in favor of compensation f