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TWIH 16: The Little Rock 9

September 27, 2017

This week’s episode of This Week in History With Kevin And Benedict is about the Little Rock 9, Nine African American students who were the first to attend Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas. […]

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TWIH 15: Hamilton’s Duel With Burr

September 20, 2017

Now before we get the angry Tweets, we know Hamilton and Burr’s duel didn’t happen on this week in history, but Benedict is off on a vacation in Somalia pirating container ships, so we thought […]

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TWIH 14: The Sabra And Shatilla Massacre

September 13, 2017

On this week’s episode, Kevin walks us through the Sabra and Shatila massacre of September 16-18 1982.  Israel’s future Prime minister Ariel Sharon, as the then Minister of Defense allowed Lebanese militia groups to massacre […]

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TWIH 13: The Entire History Of Modern Portugal

September 10, 2017

On this week’s episode, Benedict forget’s that the show is based on talking about a specific event that happened on history in this very week, and takes us on a tour of Portuguese fascism tenuously […]

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TWIH 12: Operation Himmler

August 30, 2017

On this week’s episode: Kevin discusses Operation Himmler, the Nazis’ secret false flag operation aimed at blaming Poland for the start of World War II. Make sure to follow us on twitter @KandBHistory You can […]

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TWIH 11: Nat Turner’s Rebellion

August 23, 2017

On this week in History: Benedict tells us about Nat Turner’s Slave Rebellion, which began on the night of August 21st-22nd 1831. Make sure to follow us on twitter @KandBHistory You can become our patron […]

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TWIH 10: August 18, 1976 The Axe Murder Incident

August 16, 2017

On this week’s show Kevin guides us through the “Axe Murder incident” which occurred at the Joint Security Area (JSA) along the DMZ between South Korea and North Korea in 1976.  The incident led to […]

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TWIH 9: Julius Caesar Defeats Pompey At Pharsalus

August 10, 2017

On this week’s episode, Benedict guides us through Julius Caesar’s victory over Pompey at Pharsalus on August 9th, 48 B.C. he also gives the background of the Roman Civil war, and the circumstances that led […]

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This Week In History 7: The Cuban Revolution

July 26, 2017

In this week’s episode, Benedict breaks down the Cuban revolution which began on July 26th, 1953 with an attack on the Moncado barracks in Santiago.  While Benedict talks, Kevin dreams of Rum, Cigars, and tropical […]