Ch. 29 WWII and the Rise of the Dictators 20

In this Podcast, we will discuss some of the vilest, most despicable, and most influential men of the 20th century: Mussolini, the would-be emperor of a revitalized Rome who was rumored to be afraid of cats. Stalin, the former seminary student who would purge and “disappear” as many as 20 million of his own people. Hitler, probably the most well-known dictator of all time, and a man who probably suffered from Parkinson’s Disease, syphilis, or both while he lead his country to ruin.

Listen to Chapter 29 WWII and the Rise of Dictators

Gas-liquid-solid Reactor Design
mp3 download

Leave a comment Programming Logics: Essays in Memory of Harald Ganzinger

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

20 thoughts on “Ch. 29 WWII and the Rise of the Dictators


Thank you – very helpful! Do you have anything on last chapter, Cold War?


  • Worldly Philosopher: The Odyssey of Albert O. Hirschman