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History's Most is a podcast that delves into interesting, under-reported and controversial topics in history and applies superlatives to them. We deep dive headfirst into a variety of topics, from history's most guilty man, to the most disastrous voyage, to complicated wars and confusing politicians.

 

Nov 16, 2020

In the second part of our series on Weimar Germany, we move forward to the early 1920s, a time rife with political assassinations, continued political instability, and economic hardships. We discuss the rise and the actions of Organization Consul, the murder of Walther Rathenau and its aftermath, the occupation of the...


Nov 2, 2020

In the first episode of this series on interwar Germany, we discuss the first perilous years of the Weimar Republic. From the last days of World War I and the outbreak of revolution in Germany, the abdication of the Kaiser, the signing of the Treaty of Versailles and more, we take a look at the early days of...


Oct 20, 2020

Today, we are joined by Scott Ramsay and Stephen Rainbird, PhD students at University of Leeds, who are researching Anglo-Iberian relations, to discuss Britain's role in the Spanish Civil War. We take an in depth look at British foreign policy during the Civil War and its aftermath and ask: Was Perfidious Albion...


Oct 5, 2020

In this special, anniversary episode of History's Most, we are joined by author, historian, and Hispanist, Sir Paul Preston to discuss the political history of Spain, particularly the corruption and political incompetence that plagued Spanish politics during the late 19th century, and throughout the 20th century. From...


Sep 22, 2020

In this episode, we are joined by Hispanist Séan Scullion to discuss the fascinating story of Spaniards who fought in the British Army during World War II. Following the Spanish Civil War, many Republicans fled Spain and began serving in the French military. Following the fall of France, those same Republicans ended up...