Dan Carlin is an American political commentator, actor and podcaster. Once a professional radio host, Carlin eventually took his show to the Internet, and he now hosts three popular independent podcasts: Hardcore History, Hardcore History: Addendum, and Common Sense.
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Are today's boxers better than their predecessors, or is modern boxing a shadow of its former self? Boxing historians discuss the socioeconomic and demographic changes that have affected the quality, prominence and popularity of the sport over the past century. Among the interviewees are world-renowned scholars, some of the sport's premier trainers...
@D555555D I should've known this would provide some fun conversation!😂 I already answered someone else in a little more depth so I'm just gonna post this wonderful book on the subject. – source
@crumlett @nocomply_larry I'm an MC5 fan too. Enjoyed Wayne Kramer's book (and finished re-reading it just last week...) – source
@FlashCadillac I loved that book. – source
Isn't that book amazing? Hard to filter out the "Speer as the good Nazi" aspect of it though. You just have to be suspicious the whole time and take the revelations where you can find them. – source
@Tony2pointO Has he read "Storm of Steel" By Ernst Junger? It's not very pricy though...you might look a bit cheap (but it's an awesome read). – source
@ferdia440 @BrunoLlorente2 @lotofsnow @HistoryTime_ that's a great book (and he was a hell of an interesting human being). – source
@scotmelv @normanohler another book that makes you see the war in a new light is Tooze's"The wages of destruction".Not easy read,but great – source
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