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Posted Jun 15, 2017 at Revolutions
In June 1832, a bunch of radical republicans spontaneously broke out in song. Direct link: 6.08e- The June Rebellion Continue reading
Posted May 28, 2017 at Revolutions
In 1820 the Good Cousins staged a revolution in the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Direct Link: 6.08d- The Carbonari Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2017 at Revolutions
After the fall of Napoleon, Austrian Foreign Minister Metternich attempted to orchestrate a new conservative order in Europe. Direct Link: 6.08c- Metternich Sponsor: Bombfell.com/revolutions Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2017 at Revolutions
In 1830, the Belgians said we don't want to be a part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands anymore. Direct Link: 6.08b- The Belgian Revolution Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2017 at Revolutions
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What the heck did the rest of France think about the July Revolution? Direct Link: 6.8a- The Fait Accompli of 1830 Sponsor Link: Audible.com/revolutions Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2017 at Revolutions
King Charles X should have never signed the Four Ordinances. You know. In hindsight. Direct Link: 6.07- The Last King of France Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2017 at Revolutions
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Time to get this piece on the board. Direct Link: 6.06- The Duc d'Orleans Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2017 at Revolutions
On Wed July 28, 1830 the people of Paris proved that piles of rubble were the key to urban revolution. Direct Link: 6.05- The Barricades Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2017 at Revolutions
On Monday July 26, 1830 the Four Ordinances were published. On Tuesday July 27 the July Revolution began. Direct Link: 6.04- Stop The Presses Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2017 at Revolutions
Here is a link to the map if you don't like the embed: The July Revolution Map To select and de-select layers click that little white box in the upper-left. Enjoy! [Update: I also now realize you can't get the street view guy on this map but you should still go drop in on Place Joachim du Bellay to get an idea of what this all looked like. Also Place Hotel de Ville. And the length of Rue Francois Miron to the intersection with Rue de Jouy which is what the Third Column fought down.] Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2017 at Revolutions
In early 1830 King Charles X tried to beat back the liberal opposition. Instead they came back stronger than ever. Direct Link: 6.03- Help Yourself And Heaven Will Help You Continue reading
Posted Mar 26, 2017 at Revolutions
After ascending to the throne in 1824 Charles X wanted to impose his ultra-royalism on France, but his annoying subjects kept resisting. Direct Link: 6.02- Charles the Simple Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2017 at Revolutions
After the fall of Napoleon, the Bourbon monarchy was restored. Direct Link: 6.01- The Chain of Time Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2017 at Revolutions
In 1830 both Simon Bolivar and Gran Colombia died. Direct Link: 5.27- The Labyrinth Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2017 at Revolutions
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On Sept 25, 1828 Simón Bolívar went out the window. Direct Link: 5.26- Out the Window [Update: Edited out the line where I accidentally called Santa Marta "a small island off the coast of Colombia" which it is really super not and never was. Thanks Juan!] Continue reading
Posted Feb 5, 2017 at Revolutions
At the end of 1826 Simon Bolivar returned to Colombia to deal with the revolt of Jose Antonio Paez. Direct Link: 5.25- The Tangled Swords Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2017 at Revolutions
In 1825 Upper Peru became the independent nation of Bolivia. Direct Link: 5.24- The Republic of Bolivar Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2017 at Revolutions
Wherein Gen. Sucre wins a very Bolivarian battle. Direct Link: 5.23- Ayacucho Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2017 at Revolutions
Simòn Bolívar and Jose de San Martin met for the first and only time in July 1822 Direct Link: 5.22- The Guayaquil Conference Continue reading
Posted Dec 11, 2016 at Revolutions
In 1822, Antonio Jose Sucre and Simon Bolivar liberated Quito and made Gran Colombia whole. Direct Link: 5.21- The Third Sister Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2016 at Revolutions
Lord Thomas Cochrane turned out to be the key to Peru. Direct Link: 5.20- The Sea Wolf Continue reading
Posted Nov 20, 2016 at Revolutions
Jose de San Martín gets zonked on opium and marches through the Andes. Direct Link: 5.19- The Army of the Andes Continue reading
Posted Nov 14, 2016 at Revolutions
On June 24, 1821 the Battle of Carabobo secured permanent independence for Venezuela. Direct Link: 5.18- Liberation Fundraiser: http://revolutionspodcastfundraiser.com/ Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2016 at Revolutions
Do not buy land in Poyais. Direct Link: 5.17a- Supplemental Gregor MacGregor Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, Including the Territory of Poyais by Captain Thomas Strangeways Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2016 at Revolutions
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