This is an episode chock full of information on what led to the American Revolution told in an entertaining way.
Father's Day is coming up and The Sons of History are celebrating early. Though Dustin and Alan aren't fathers, they are sons to some really great dads.
You may know about the famous battle on June 6, 1944 - but do you know about the other famous battles that happened on June 6, as well as other famous battles and wars that happened in the month of June?
Margalit Fox joins the show to discuss her new book about a World War I prison escape that is practically too strange to believe.
Most people know very little about Spain's assistance during the American Revolution, much less the important contributions during the Gulf Coast Campaign.
Michael Walsh, the New York Times bestselling author, joins the podcast to discuss his latest book, Last Stands: Why Men Fight When All Is Lost.
Everyone knows about the French involvement during the American Revolution, but few know about the Spanish involvement.
Dr. Jody Edward Ginn joins the podcast to discuss his latest book East Texas Troubles.
The story goes that the Mexican Army was defeated at the Battle of San Jacinto. This is true for the army led by Santa Anna, but what about the other 4,000 soldiers?
- Patrick Henry, speaking to the Virginia Convention, March 23, 1775