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Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Join Holly and Tracy as they bring you the greatest and strangest Stuff You Missed In History Class in this podcast by HowStuffWorks.
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Baby Cakes

I'm pretty sure that the Vatican just issued an apology to the Dominican gov for the Jesuit involvement in murders there.

Dec 12th
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Joey Rocks Guitar

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Dec 10th
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Joey Rocks Guitar

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Dec 10th
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Khyla

You think you know how bad a person was, and then you listen and he's much, much worse. One of the top episodes I have heard.

Nov 27th
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April Barlow

I loved this episode! It was unexpectedly hilarious. Thank you!

Nov 20th
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Nicole Rochele Conway

I grew up on the Omaha reservation, and have not heard this story before. very interesting.my home town is Rosalie which is named after Susan's sister, Rosalie La Flesche

Nov 20th
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Catherine Thomas

I loved this episode after several heavy topics. Thanks for the variety!

Nov 16th
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Kayl matthew

just look at a picture of the hosts and you will understand why they pick topics like this

Nov 14th
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Kayl matthew

Kayl matthew Its a huge deal that a native american stopped practicing her native medicine (which was actually very good). Assimilate into white culture. Get a white doctor degree. And take a white as fuck name like SUSAN.

Nov 15th
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Kayl matthew

Kayl matthew you need a better history podcast since you cant tell Matthew is a catholic name.

Nov 15th
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Kayl matthew

how do you go from an actual important part of HISTORY (kristalnacht) to this bullshit....

Nov 13th
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Kayl matthew

Sheri R why would you plagiarize show notes from a podcast haha. anyways it isnt a valid topic its just another lame ass personal hero of the hosts

Nov 18th
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Sheri R

Kayl matthew Everything is history, cinema and art are still valid and important topics to explore. Chill my guy, it's a great episode and there's no need to trash the hard work that the creators of the show put in. You don't have to get shitty about a show just because it's a topic you can't plagiarize for your high school history class.

Nov 17th
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Yanky Spiegelman

I don't have the details but you can Google it. Shirley Chisholm spoke with the Lubavitcher Rebbe who, among other things encouraged her in her career. He also urged her to develop what later became Food Stamps.

Nov 12th
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Pat Pascal

thanks.. we a

Oct 27th
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Joey Rocks Guitar

🤙🤙

Oct 22nd
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Kayl matthew

Change name to "Stuff you missed in 7th grade Womens Studies"

Oct 18th
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Ruth Reynoso

I hope that they start focusing more on historical events and less on biographies of people. it's cool to have background knowledge on historical figures but this has turned out to be quite boring as of late

Oct 12th
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Justin Bryce

This show has gotten pretty stale. Women have done some awesome stuff and have had to overcome alot but I feel like lately all of the subjects of this pod have been personal heroes of the hosts, and people whose stories are kind of voring. Did they have historical importance? Yes, but that doesn't make for an entertaining 30 min. Compared to earlier episodes these latest episodes are bland

Oct 10th
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Ford Prefect

what an amazing woman

Oct 8th
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Lyle Broadhead

Rename to: Stuff WOMEN DID THAT You Missed In History Class Seriously ladies; expand a little. I get that women are awesome, but you can do shows on guys as well.

Oct 5th
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Melissa Reed

Lyle Broadhead The hosts addressed this issue in 2016 because this perception comes up often. They counted if subjects of all episodes from March 4th 2013 to June 1 2016 were women, men, or ungendered. The subjects were women in 21% of cases, men in 45% of cases and ungendered in 34% of cases. A quick Google search of 'stuff you missed in history men vs women' will bring up the article with how they choose to classify the episodes. It's really common to think women are being talking way more than men in lots of contexts. There have been studies done in meetings and other contexts illustrating that. This podcast doesn't talk about women more than men.

Nov 24th
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AL Hi

Lyle Broadhead Guys are already covered. It's called "history."

Oct 6th
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dabney stack

CD by

Sep 27th
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Terry Helm

I.

Sep 19th
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Ryder Ferenc

Well, Scots is an English dialect and they are more or less mutually intelligible.

Sep 19th
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