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The American Revolution
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4.6 stars from 332 ratings
Amazing
I really find this fascinating because my mum is Scottish and my dad is English and they both don’t really like the red coats I personally don’t but I find them fascinating and I like why you included both perspectives so great job! Thanks -Jack
FlyBoyTullster via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/23/21
I find it absolutely astounding that a Yale history professor does not know the difference between Britain and England. England is part of Britain and the two terms are not interchangeable. I mean this is supposed to be a professor of history.
colin does not review many via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/26/20
Engaging and informative
Fascinating walk through the American Revolutionary War - as an English man it’s not something I was that familiar with and this podcast has given a wealth of insight into the people and politics involved The professor delivers her lecturers in a really engaging way and focuses on the people...Read full review »
Chris Chinnock via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/09/19
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