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The History Fangirl Podcast

The World Nomad Games

  Listen and Subscribe in iTunes Other ways to Listen and Subscribe     This week’s episode is something a little different. I am in Isyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, covering the World Nomad Games, a festival of sports that’s sort of like the Olympics for nomadic peoples. The sports, though, are way […]

The Massacre at Srebrenica
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The Massacre at Srebrenica

  Listen and Subscribe in iTunes Other ways to Listen and Subscribe         Last year, Alex Cruikshanks came on the show to talk about Belgrade, a really detailed and wide-ranging episode. And we had such a great time, he’s back again to talk about more recent history […]

Traveling the Green Book
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Traveling the Green Book

  Listen and Subscribe in iTunes Other ways to Listen and Subscribe     In the first half of the 20th century, the automobile became a symbol of freedom to American families. Middle-class families able to afford their own car were no longer restricted to train or bus timetables, and […]

Atlanta’s Ponce City Market
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Atlanta’s Ponce City Market

   Listen and Subscribe in iTunes Other ways to Listen and Subscribe     One of the fascinating things about the city of Atlanta, Georgia is how often it has had to change and adapt to forces around it. Sometimes it’s gone kicking and screaming, and sometimes it’s forged […]

England’s Roman Baths
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England’s Roman Baths

  Listen and Subscribe in iTunes Other ways to Listen and Subscribe       The town of Bath in England is famous for many things. It was the setting for one of Chaucer’s most famous stories from The Canterbury Tales, “The Wife of Bath’s Tale,” it was a Georgian […]