TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/18/2020 – Paul Angel

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/18/2020 – Paul Angel

  You are listening to the 38th broadcast of TBR Radio’s, The TBR History Hour. On today’s show, Dr. Ed continues last week’s conversation with TBR executive editor, Paul Angel, about the September/October issue of The Barnes Review magazine, a double-length issue, Defending American Heroes. As angry mobs tear down the monuments to our nation’s…

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TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/11/2020 – Paul Angel

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/11/2020 – Paul Angel

  On today’s show, Dr. Ed talks with, TBR executive editor, Paul Angel. about the September/October issue of, The Barnes Review Magazine. This current issue of The Barnes Review is a double-length issue, Defending American Heroes. As angry mobs tear down the monuments to our nation’s heroes, The Barnes Review is reminding us how these…

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TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/4/2020 – Clint Lacy

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 9/4/2020 – Clint Lacy

  On today’s show, Dr. Ed talks with fellow TBR contributor, Clint Lacy. Clint submitted an excellent article, that appears in the September / October issue of, The Barnes Review. “Slavery in the Words of Slaves,” was a compilation of interviews conducted in the 1930’s with former slaves who were living in the Ozark mountains.…

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TBR HISTORY HOUR – 8/28/2020 – Lt. Col. Ed Kennedy

TBR HISTORY HOUR – 8/28/2020 – Lt. Col. Ed Kennedy

  Lt. Col. Edwin Kennedy, longtime professor of military history at the Army Staff College in Leavenworth Kansas discusses various aspects of the Korean war and how it forever changed America’s military policy, expanding the role of the President as Commander-in-Chief, enabling him to send American troops to wars that were never declared.  

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