The Monday American | American History Podcast

The podcast that never takes the 'story' out of American history.

A Podcast revisiting American history one story at a time. Studying history teaches that contrary to popular belief, hindsight isn't always 20/20. A history podcast presenting American history while ensuring the "story" is never left out of history.

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Special D-Day Post

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of D-Day with a quick post of the first radio announcement that Americans heard. Robert St. John of NBC News reported the news at 3:30AM Eastern War Time.

Video released for the 75th Anniversary of D-Day from the United States Navy’s “All Hands” Magazine, narrated by Jocko Willink US Navy Seal, ret.

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The Korean War (Part II): A Brand New War

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When the Chinese launch their first attack against U.S. and U.N. troops at Unsan and later at Chosin, the war takes on an entirely new phase; almost as if it became a whole new conflict altogether. 

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The Battle of the Bulge: Hitler's Final Attack

This episode tells the story of the Battle of the Bulge, one of the worst battles in American history. This battle took place in late December of 1944 in the Ardennes Forest region of Belgium, near the town of Bastogne.

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Cowboys and Indians: America's Westward Expansion

The story of how America grew from coast to coast while also establishing a uniquely American character of frontier inspired traits. America's journey west is one of triumph and one of tragedy, its the story of how we got here today.

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The Vietnam War (Part IV): Tet Unravels the West

The Tet Offensive pushes the conflict in Vietnam to a boiling point both abroad and within the United States. The American public after Tet, the odd victory without reward, finally was able to see the real situation in Vietnam. What was even more jarring to the public than the "principals" and their malfeasance was the unsettling realization that the war in Vietnam had somehow started a civil war in America.

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