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Cadence13, Jon Meacham & HISTORY
Hope, Through History
Welcome to Hope, Through History, with Pulitzer Prize Winning and Best Selling Author and Historian, Jon Meacham and directed and produced by Cadence13, in partnership with HISTORY. HTH explores some of the most historic and trying times in American History, and how this nation dealt with these moments, the impact of these moments and how we came through these moments a unified nation. Season One takes a look at critical moments around the 1918 Flu Pandemic, the Great Depression, World War II, the polio epidemic and the Cuban Missile Crisis. These stories of crisis—the term originates in...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 2,032 ratings
Great historical facts
Really enjoyed Meacham’s delivery, I learned so much. Wish there were more episodes.
Brooknj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/01/20
Couldn’t get enough of Meachams fantastic account of history and can’t wait till next year
the amazing pharmacist via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/31/20
Unfortunate your political undertow became the focus of the shows. Very disappointing.
Zeappfffdhjk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/31/20
Recent Episodes
In 1917, as President Woodrow Wilson prepared the nation for World War, an even deadlier crisis was hiding in plain sight. An influenza virus flourished on European battlefields and rapidly spread among civilians, paralyzing the globe with illness and fear. The 1918 flu pandemic serves as a...
Published 05/19/20
It is known as the most dangerous moment in human history. In late October of 1962, American spy planes discovered Soviet missile bases with nuclear capabilities on the island of Cuba. Normalcy was put on indefinite pause as millions of Americans grappled with terrifying idea that at any moment,...
Published 05/12/20
From the late 19th to mid 20th centuries, the nation lived in fear of the polio virus. Often handicapping or paralyzing its victims, sometimes resulting in death, the disease was made all the more frightening by the fact that it preyed on young children. Generations of Americans were affected by...
Published 05/05/20
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