To this end, we make these promises: Every post that we remove that is made by a legitimate user i. Please keep the comments civil. A subreddit dedicated to Dan Carlin's Hardcore History and Common Sense podcast. Was my only real issue with the series besides what Darth said in wanting more. Free but you still have to register, right? And he wouldn't listen to his logistics people when they told him it wouldn't work. If file you want to download is multipart you can use our to check whether multiple download links are still active before you start download.
Feel free to submit interesting articles, tell us about this cool book you just read, or start a discussion about who everyone's favorite figure of minor French nobility is! A must listen for anyone who wishes to learn about the war without getting bogged down with the facts and from a human perspective. Part 1 Dan introduces the series with a discussion about 'monuments'. You'll learn so much eg. Speaking of undergraduate level history. Ghosts of the Ostfront: A Review - After much delay, I've finally got around to downloading and listening to Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Series.
The plains that are carpeted in human bones that crunch under foot if one were to walk around. It was a man grinder for two years. Its explains why History is a popular pre-law degree. No, you don't have to register. Sir Francis Drake is the other. I seem to recall Dan Carlin saying that more Germans were killed in the Battle of Stalingrad than were killed on the entire Western front.
Why are you guys downloading? I listened to Part I of Ghosts of the Ostfront. Ghosts of the Ostfront has 46 ratings and 2 reviews. Some accounts even said that they plowed salt into the earth so the land could never be used again. If no files were found or matches are not what you expected just use our request file feature. Every evening i click on the app and it shows a list of my favorites and when the latest episode of each dropped and all i have to do is click and listen.
Dan does an excellent job of describing the events. All the inhabitants that were not killed as many as 50,000 were sold and the city was wiped off the face of the planet. The historian is Dan Carlin who some of you might already be familiar with. How exactly is it superficial? You just don't provide counter examples or any other sources. Carlin recounts a tale of Germans marching along a road and noticing a change in the texture. Hiltler broke his back in Russia because he didn't do the math. They present the material in an interesting manner so as to sell to a large group.
Hitler had run out of ideas for offensives and the 1943 plans were developed by senior Generals. Unlike the previous two years, the Germans chose to attack where the Soviets knew they were going to: the Russian salient around Kursk. While gruesome things did happen, I find the logistics of this story make it hard to believe. . This is an easiest way to send files to someone who cannot accept them live. Dan Carlin Amazon Affiliate Link Guidelines Hover over this section to see the guidelines for community interaction.
I think the picture Dan paints is very real, so much so that I had to wipe tears from my eyes several times. Report any spam you find. Hitler was keenly aware of this lesson and Carlin goes on to examine what contextual circumstances surrounding the planning of the attack led to the final, imprudent advance into Soviet territory. The ruthlessness of some of the women's sniper units, the daring of their night bombers, the brothels to support the morale of the male troops all added up to a swelling of combat personnel by around 40%, contributing to the pressure on the now hopelessly outnumbered Wermacht. His target is the general public. After listening to this series I finally realized how wrong I was in that thinking. Part 3 This episode opens with an examination of the fighting strength of the Germans after the first round of engagements, and how their estimate of the Soviet power was woefully inadequate.
You wouldn't want to crush a new person with piles of detail and context. If you have any interest in the background behind this game, then this podcast is for you! Not for the faint of heart. This haunting first episode is a fascinating introduction into the suffering and destruction of Hitler's Wermacht on the plains of Russia. A local calls it a 'bone field' that extends for further than the eye can see in the countryside around Volgograd - otherwise known as Stalingrad. I taught my 6th graders about Hannibal. Where did the Russians get running water in the middle of winter? Churchill was not a historian and wrote the series for other non-historians of the day.