The podcast focusing on the decade of the 1810s returns from hiatus with an all-new episode on Napoleon's improbable comeback from exile on the island of Elba.
The third in a three-part series on Latin America's legendary liberator closes out the second season of Second Decade.
Military historian Padre Steve is consistently sounding a warning that democracy is in danger in America today. This is a warning we must heed.
On Monday night (August 21, 2017), President Donald Trump gave a major address on the continuing U.S. war in Afghanistan. The details are not so [...]
Twenty-seven years ago today, on August 2, 1990, military units of Iraq's elite Republican Guard crossed the border between that country and its southern neighbor, [...]
France's revolution is said to have begun with the storming of the Bastille in 1789, but it arguably was not finished until the existential crisis of World War I.
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.
This picture romanticizes the brief but pivotal conflict between Prussia and France, which upended European politics.