Dec 10, 2021
We're back! In this episode, we are joined by Alex's brother Freddy to have a discussion about the history of some of the most isolated, sparsely populated, and unique places on the planet. From the world's most remote island in the South Atlantic, to an island in the South Pacific inhabited by direct descendants of the Mutiny on the Bounty, to a bizarre 'nation' off the coast of England, this episode of History's Most is full of interesting stories.
Thanks so much to Freddy for coming on the show!
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Music: We Wish You A Merry Christmas (Instrumental Jazz) by E's
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