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The Great War Channel Podcast

THE GREAT WAR

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The Great War Channel Podcast

The Great War Channel Podcast

THE GREAT WAR

17
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14
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THE GREAT WAR follows World War 1 and the events 100 years ago on YouTube - this is our podcast. Sometimes Jesse and Flo talk about the current topics of the show, or we talk to historians and scholars to give you an even deeper understanding. If you want to ask us or an expert a question, support us on Patreon.

Latest Episodes

TGW021 - Gwendal Piégais On The Allied Operations in The Balkans and the Russian Expeditionary Force

In this episode we talk to French historian Gwendal Piégais (https://twitter.com/gpiegais) about the often forgotten Macedonian Front and how the Allied operation there came to be. We also talk about the Russian Expeditionary Force which served in France and on the Balkans. Cover Art: Russian soldiers with a Hotchkiss machine gun in France.

45 MIN2 d ago
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TGW021 - Gwendal Piégais On The Allied Operations in The Balkans and the Russian Expeditionary Force

TGW020 - Dr. Jonathan Boff about German General Crownprince Rupprecht and the German perspective on World War 1

Get Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front on Amazon: https://realtimehistory.net/haig * *This is an affiliate link that directs you to Amazon US, UK, CA, DE or NL and purchasing the book via this link directly supports The Great War. Dr. Jonathan Boff is a Senior Lecturer in History and War Studies at the University of Birmingham and has written multiple books about World War 1. His book Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front has been awarded as the British Army Military Book of the Year 2019 and translated into multiple languages. You can also follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonathanBoff

36 MIN1 w ago
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TGW020 - Dr. Jonathan Boff about German General Crownprince Rupprecht and the German perspective on World War 1

TGW019 - Dr. Tamara Scheer on Languages in The Austro-Hungarian Army

Hi everyone, a few weeks ago we had the pleasure to interview Dr. Tamara Scheer Twitter She is researching how the different languages of the Austro-Hungarian influenced the army. You can read more about her work in Von Friedensfurien und dalmatinischen Küstenrehen: Vergessene Wörter aus der Habsburgermonarchie: Here Amazon: Here Her YouTube channel

41 MINJUN 7
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TGW019 - Dr. Tamara Scheer on Languages in The Austro-Hungarian Army

TGW018 - Stephan Lehnstaedt on the Polish-Soviet War

The new podcast episode is live. Jesse talked to Stephan Lehnstaedt who wrote the book "Der vergessene Sieg" about the Polish-Soviet War which is soon available in its 3rd edition. Thanks for the Patreon supporters who sent in their questions, hope you enjoy the interview.

30 MINMAY 26
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TGW018 - Stephan Lehnstaedt on the Polish-Soviet War

TGW017 - Podcast from Home - French Armor in WW1

It took us a bit of time but we have a working recording setup for doing podcasts from home now. In this episode we talk a bit about our most recent Great War episode about the Middle East and we answer your questions about French Armor in WW1. The answers are from the lovely Camille Vargas Harlé who you should follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/c_vargasharle And another great historian on Twitter is a certain Jesse Alexander: https://twitter.com/jesse_history I hope you are as happy as we are with the recording setup, next time I will also remember to switch off my phone.

36 MINAPR 29
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TGW017 - Podcast from Home - French Armor in WW1

TGW016 - James Nagle on the Irish War of Independence

In this special COVID edition of the Great War Podcast we are talking to James from The Irish Nation Lives to talk more about the Irish War of Independence. I hope you are as fascinated by the answers here as I was and for the next episode I can hopefully improve my home studio setup.

38 MINMAR 24
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TGW016 - James Nagle on the Irish War of Independence

TGW015 - Jochen Böhler about Eastern Europe after 1918

We are happy to bring you this month's expert interview with Jochen Böhler, a German historian who has written a very important book for our coverage of Eastern Europe in the post-armistice era: Civil War in Central Europe, 1918-1921: The Reconstruction of Poland (The Greater War) takes a step back and finds a different perspective to look at the paramilitary violence in the region in those years: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0198794487/?ref=exp_influencer-2060e3c3_dp_vv_d

36 MINFEB 26
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TGW015 - Jochen Böhler about Eastern Europe after 1918

TGW014 - Steve R Dunn about the Royal Navy operations in the Baltic Sea 1918-1920

Steve R Dunn is a naval historian and his new book about the Royal Navy in the Baltics 1918-1920 is coming out today: https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Battle-in-the-Baltic-Hardback/p/16904

24 MINJAN 31
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TGW014 - Steve R Dunn about the Royal Navy operations in the Baltic Sea 1918-1920

TGW013 - Our Review Of 1917 (the movie, not the year)

Jesse and Flo went to see 1917 yesterday and in our first podcast episode of the year discuss the movie in great detail.

63 MINJAN 21
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TGW013 - Our Review Of 1917 (the movie, not the year)

TGW012 - End Of The Decade

To end the year (and the decade) Flo and Jesse took the time to answer some more Patreon questions and they also talk a bit about the past year and the future of The Great War.Thank you for your support this year and let's bring on 1920!

20 MIN2019 DEC 24
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TGW012 - End Of The Decade

Latest Episodes

TGW021 - Gwendal Piégais On The Allied Operations in The Balkans and the Russian Expeditionary Force

In this episode we talk to French historian Gwendal Piégais (https://twitter.com/gpiegais) about the often forgotten Macedonian Front and how the Allied operation there came to be. We also talk about the Russian Expeditionary Force which served in France and on the Balkans. Cover Art: Russian soldiers with a Hotchkiss machine gun in France.

45 MIN2 d ago
Comments
TGW021 - Gwendal Piégais On The Allied Operations in The Balkans and the Russian Expeditionary Force

TGW020 - Dr. Jonathan Boff about German General Crownprince Rupprecht and the German perspective on World War 1

Get Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front on Amazon: https://realtimehistory.net/haig * *This is an affiliate link that directs you to Amazon US, UK, CA, DE or NL and purchasing the book via this link directly supports The Great War. Dr. Jonathan Boff is a Senior Lecturer in History and War Studies at the University of Birmingham and has written multiple books about World War 1. His book Haig's Enemy Crown Prince Rupprecht and Germany's War on the Western Front has been awarded as the British Army Military Book of the Year 2019 and translated into multiple languages. You can also follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JonathanBoff

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
TGW020 - Dr. Jonathan Boff about German General Crownprince Rupprecht and the German perspective on World War 1

TGW019 - Dr. Tamara Scheer on Languages in The Austro-Hungarian Army

Hi everyone, a few weeks ago we had the pleasure to interview Dr. Tamara Scheer Twitter She is researching how the different languages of the Austro-Hungarian influenced the army. You can read more about her work in Von Friedensfurien und dalmatinischen Küstenrehen: Vergessene Wörter aus der Habsburgermonarchie: Here Amazon: Here Her YouTube channel

41 MINJUN 7
Comments
TGW019 - Dr. Tamara Scheer on Languages in The Austro-Hungarian Army

TGW018 - Stephan Lehnstaedt on the Polish-Soviet War

The new podcast episode is live. Jesse talked to Stephan Lehnstaedt who wrote the book "Der vergessene Sieg" about the Polish-Soviet War which is soon available in its 3rd edition. Thanks for the Patreon supporters who sent in their questions, hope you enjoy the interview.

30 MINMAY 26
Comments
TGW018 - Stephan Lehnstaedt on the Polish-Soviet War

TGW017 - Podcast from Home - French Armor in WW1

It took us a bit of time but we have a working recording setup for doing podcasts from home now. In this episode we talk a bit about our most recent Great War episode about the Middle East and we answer your questions about French Armor in WW1. The answers are from the lovely Camille Vargas Harlé who you should follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/c_vargasharle And another great historian on Twitter is a certain Jesse Alexander: https://twitter.com/jesse_history I hope you are as happy as we are with the recording setup, next time I will also remember to switch off my phone.

36 MINAPR 29
Comments
TGW017 - Podcast from Home - French Armor in WW1

TGW016 - James Nagle on the Irish War of Independence

In this special COVID edition of the Great War Podcast we are talking to James from The Irish Nation Lives to talk more about the Irish War of Independence. I hope you are as fascinated by the answers here as I was and for the next episode I can hopefully improve my home studio setup.

38 MINMAR 24
Comments
TGW016 - James Nagle on the Irish War of Independence

TGW015 - Jochen Böhler about Eastern Europe after 1918

We are happy to bring you this month's expert interview with Jochen Böhler, a German historian who has written a very important book for our coverage of Eastern Europe in the post-armistice era: Civil War in Central Europe, 1918-1921: The Reconstruction of Poland (The Greater War) takes a step back and finds a different perspective to look at the paramilitary violence in the region in those years: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0198794487/?ref=exp_influencer-2060e3c3_dp_vv_d

36 MINFEB 26
Comments
TGW015 - Jochen Böhler about Eastern Europe after 1918

TGW014 - Steve R Dunn about the Royal Navy operations in the Baltic Sea 1918-1920

Steve R Dunn is a naval historian and his new book about the Royal Navy in the Baltics 1918-1920 is coming out today: https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/Battle-in-the-Baltic-Hardback/p/16904

24 MINJAN 31
Comments
TGW014 - Steve R Dunn about the Royal Navy operations in the Baltic Sea 1918-1920

TGW013 - Our Review Of 1917 (the movie, not the year)

Jesse and Flo went to see 1917 yesterday and in our first podcast episode of the year discuss the movie in great detail.

63 MINJAN 21
Comments
TGW013 - Our Review Of 1917 (the movie, not the year)

TGW012 - End Of The Decade

To end the year (and the decade) Flo and Jesse took the time to answer some more Patreon questions and they also talk a bit about the past year and the future of The Great War.Thank you for your support this year and let's bring on 1920!

20 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
TGW012 - End Of The Decade
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