Second Decade returns from hiatus with a chilling tale from New England in the winter of 1810, which made a pretty indelible mark in popular consciousness.
The latest episode of the podcast delves into a delicious bit of literary and horror history, and it's monstrous good fun!
The newest episode of Second Decade takes a look at the personal and family tragedy of Britain's King George III, who waged a lifelong struggle with mental illness.
The latest episode of Second Decade tackles the fascinating undercurrents within Chinese history during the 1810s.
The latest episode of Second Decade finishes off the War of 1812, focusing on the disastrous (for Americans, at least) events of the year 1814.
Most of us know Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Kentucky, but there's so much more to his early years than that--as you'll hear on the Second Decade podcast.
Episode 12 of Second Decade finishes the tragic and misunderstood story of Napoleon in Russia--and tries to cut through some of the mythology surrounding it.
In the next installment of the podcast series, Napoleon allows himself to be drawn into an exhausting victory and the disastrous and ultimately fiery occupation of Moscow. Why did he do it?
The newest episode of Second Decade tackles the world-shaking conflict between France and Russia in 1812, and the personalities of the men who brought it into being.
The new podcast episode examines two enduring mysteries surrounding Theodosia Burr Alston, a remarkable woman of the early 19th century.