2 Cent History
History Podcast focusing on events from Modern to Ancient Times. The passion, drama and personal stories of those that lived and shaped events are brought to life in this exciting series. The goal is to make history interesting and fun.
Marc Edelheit - Telling a StoryDec 13, 2014 29:49
Go behind the scenes as Marc Edelheit is interviewed by Podcasting Passion. Learn about how the story is told and the 2Centhistory Podcast is developed.
Interview: Captain Bob 'Punchy' Powell 352nd Fighter GroupFeb 6, 2012 01:11:09
Captain Bob "Punchy Powell. Punchy was a member of the 352nd Fighter Group during the Second World War. He flew the P-47, P51 and is one of the few Americans to have flown the Spitfire and as a result is a member of the Spitfire Association. Bob is currently the Historian of the 352nd. Bob saw a lot of combat and flew 3 missions over the Normandy beaches on D-Day. He also flew with Aces Major George Preddy and Colonel John C. Meyer. After the war he became good friends with German Generals Adolf Galland and Gunther Rall. Sit back and listened to someone who lived the history we read about today.
2Cent Books #2Jan 16, 2012 04:31
The second episode a new series of brief shows on books that I found fascinating and worth sharing. In this episode I discuss 2 of my favorite books. Many of the subjects I might have done a show on. Go to the website to share your own 2Cents and books you’ve enjoyed!
2Cent Books #1Dec 21, 2011 05:21
This is a new series of brief shows on books that I found fascinating and worth sharing. Many of the subjects I might have done a show on. Go to the website to share your own 2Cents and books you’ve enjoyed!
An Uncommon HangingDec 21, 2011 41:44
This show reviews and examines an unusual hanging during the Revolutionary War. The hanging occurred amid a burned and smoldering city.
Battle of Britain: Fighter PilotNov 25, 2011 02:35:09
Part 1 of a 4 Part Series focusing on the Battle of Britain. In Fighter Pilot we look into the dawn of the modern fighter aircraft, how technology changed aerial warfare and more importantly what it took to be a fighter pilot during the Battle of Britain... what the pilots experienced and endured. This episode is presented mostly from the British point of view. The German view will be heard from more as we progress further into the series.
Episode 5 Part 2 Conclusion Shot Heard Round the WorldAug 15, 2011 53:27
Episode 5: Part 2 The Conclusion of a Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th, 1775. In this episode, Lord Percy retires toward Boston under heavy attack as thousands of American converge on him. General Heath takes command of the American forces and the fate of the regulars hinges on a critical decision by Lord Percy.
Episode 5 Part 1: Shot Heard Round the WorldJun 21, 2011 59:03
Episode 5: Part 1 of a Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th, 1775. In this episode, Colonel Smith’s Expedition begins their fateful return march. Militias from around the region converge on Smith. The expedition falls under repeated and heavy attack. Lord Percy marches to Colonel Smith’s relief.
Episode 4 Part 2: Shot Heard Round the WorldApr 11, 2011 59:21
Episode 4: Part 2 of a Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th, 1775. In this episode, Colonel Smith’s Expedition finally arrives in Concord 11 hours after the operation began, the search of Concord takes place and Militia Colonel Barrett leads the first American army to take the field against the regulars at North Bridge.
Episode 4 Part 1: Shot Heard Round the WorldMar 1, 2011 01:05:33
Episode 4: Part 1 of a Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th, 1775. In this episode, Paul Revere is freed, Hancock and Adams flee, Colonel Smith and Major Pitcairn continue their advance on Concord and on the way encounter a challenge in the form of a small company of village militia. A shot kicks off the Battle of Lexington and the start of the American War of Independence.
Episode 3 Shot Heard Round the WorldDec 24, 2010 38:05
Part 3 of a 5 Part Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th, 1775. In this episode the Regulars move out under command of Colonel Smith and Major Pitcairn and gets off to a bad start. Gage dispatches Major Mitchell with a mounted patrol designed to keep word of the mission from reaching Concord. Dr. Warren dispatches Paul Revere and Billy Dawes to warn Hancock and Adams the regulars were out.
Episode 2 Shot Heard Round the WorldNov 24, 2010 40:36
Part 2 of a 5 Part Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th 1775. Gage attempts to keep an armed conflict from occurring by removing the Patriot's means to fight a war. The Patriots position an arsenal for an army of some 15,000 at Concord... less than 25 miles from Boston and the regulars. Gage receives "get tough" orders from London... and draws up plans to dispatch a large force and destroy the arsenal at Concord.
Episode 1 Shot Heard Round the WorldNov 13, 2010 46:47
Part 1 of a 5 Part Series focusing on the start of the American Revolution on April 19th 1775. Tensions roil around Gage, Adams, Hancock, King & Parliament and the communities of Massachusetts as the Patriots struggle for their rights and Gage works to keep civil rebellion from exploding into violence and civil war.