Revolutions

A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions. Now: The Russian Revolution Next: ???

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 35m. Bisher sind 272 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast
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1.9- The Man of Blood


As the New Model Army debated the merits of constitutional democracy, King Charles was scheming to put himself back on the throne.   


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 2013-11-11  29m
 
 

1.8- Checkmate


After the Battle of Naseby ended the King's chances for military victory, he became the frustrating center of post-war negotiations. 


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 2013-11-04  25m
 
 

1.7a- Tour Announcement


New Revolutions Tour coming in June 2014! Email: tours@revolutionspodcast.com


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 2013-10-28  2m
 
 

1.7- The New Model Army


After years of muddling along, Parliament created a more professional army. They finally defeated King Charles at Nasbay in June 1645.  


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 2013-10-28  28m
 
 

1.6- The Solemn League And Covenant


In late 1643, Parliament sealed a military alliance with the Scots. Their combined force defeated the Royalists at Marston Moor. 


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 2013-10-21  27m
 
 

1.5- Cavaliers and Roundheads


After negotiations with Parliament broke down, King Charles raised his standard in August, 1642. The opening campaigns of the First Civil War tilted in the Royalists favor. 


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 2013-10-13  26m
 
 

1.5a- Supplemental- The Armies


A brief description of the soldiers who fought in the English Civil Wars. 


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 2013-10-13  12m
 
 

1.4- The Long Parliament


The Long Parliament convened in November 1640. Tensions ran high as Parliamentary leaders tried to assert control over the State. 


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 2013-10-07  25m
 
 

1.3- The Bishops' Wars


The Scots revolted after Charles tried to impose the Book of Common Prayer, forcing the King to recall Parliament.


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 2013-09-30  26m
 
 

1.2- Personal Rule


In the 1630s, King Charles ruled without Parliament. His financial policies and religious innovations annoyed many of his subjects.


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 2013-09-23  23m