History of Germany Podcast

A podcast on the history of Germans.

http://podcastnik.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 47m. Bisher sind 65 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle 3 Wochen erscheint eine Folge dieses Podcasts
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057: The Currywurst


The Currywurst. Or perhaps “curry-ketchup sausage” are as common in Germany as perhaps hamburgers in the States. It’s a beloved snack, and an after-party savior. Currywurst has an interesting post-war history, and even started from an American GI influ...


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 2019-10-25  21m
 
 

Travis Makes Candy (help!)


Travis is no longer a tech writer and is now learning how to make candy in Germany, so he can start a business in Oregon. And he has a boyfriend, Toby. Pete Collman is working overtime creating Past Access on YouTube. We could use your help! → GoFund...


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 2019-10-20  17m
 
 

056: The Stone Bridge of Regensburg


The stone bridge in Regensburg, built in 1135, has been through a lot. It's the oldest standing bridge in Germany and also spans some 300 meters. It's an heirloom of German history that even has its own lore around it. Swedes destroying one o...


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 2019-05-01  58m
 
 

Pete and Trav's Podcastnik Year Six!


Pete and Travis have been podcasting for 6 years! With new shows like Past Access and Podcastnik and tons of guests and collaborations in the past year. We give a behind-the-scenes on what we've been working on and an overall State of the Podcast....


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 2019-03-03  1h10m
 
 

055: Staufer (Hohenstaufen) I: Conrad III and the 2nd Crusade


The first monarch to start off the Staufer dynasty (often Hohenstaufen in English after their castle) is Conrad III. His reign is marked by difficulties and spends time practically to poor to leave Parma, starts his career as an anti-king, goes to Jeru...


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 2019-02-18  57m
 
 

054: Medieval Medicine and Science: Hildegard of Bingen


Saint Hildegard is one of only four women Doctors of the Church. A 12th century visionary and medical author, Hildegard is making a pretty big comeback in folk medicine (in German speaking countries). There's a lot more to her story, and she gives...


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 2019-01-17  44m
 
 

053: Noah Tetzner on the History of Vikings


History of Vikings http://thehistoryofvikings.com/


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 2018-07-26  1h13m
 
 

052: Castle Life through the Ages


From wooden palisades to opulent palaces that competed (specifically) with Versaille -- we talk a millennium of history and go through the daily lives, to the evolution of castles and the relationship with the surrounding land and people over time. F...


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 2018-06-28  1h36m
 
 

051: From Swamp Castle to Emperor: Lothar III of Supplinburg


Lothar III and his marsh castle of Supplinburg was a one-emperor German dynasty. An interesting character himself, looking at his lifetime also allows us to summarize the Salien dynasty and foreshadow the (Hohen)Staufers a bit, like Keiser Barbarossa. ...


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 2018-05-21  55m
 
 

American Innovations Podcast Promo


Hear the stories behind great discoveries and inventions! This is just a preview of the newest podcast from Wondery called American Innovations. You can hear the first 3 episodes right now by searching for American Innovations on Apple Podcasts or go t...


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 2018-05-10  7m