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History Revealed

Length: 4 hrs and 40 mins
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Crusading knights, Tudor monarchs, the D-Day landings and more. Travel back in time with some of the world's most notable historians. Meet the unsung heroes of the past and hear their untold stories. Discover what really happened, despite what the history books tell us. 

While the show's experts rarely rewrite the pages of history, they often read between the lines. 

This is history revealed. 

©2017 Immediate Media Company Bristol Limited (P)2017 Immediate Media Company Bristol Limited

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A little research

As a South African I was disappointed that no effort was made to pronounce place names or South African phrases correctly in the Spioenkop episode. It's easy enough to find out how to pronounce the words.

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not for me.

this podcast is a bit like being read essays out of an elementary school textbook. just the facts, sometimes the same facts twice.

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Pretty basic for something called History Revealed. It could be a helpful starting point for someone who hasn't read anything about these subjects before if it wasn't so incredibly Eurocentric. The take on colonizer-indigenous relations is shockingly old fashioned and without nuance or reference to the indigenous people's own history. Not recommended except for the narrator's clear voice and good audio quality.

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