History Stories for my Son
I learned to love history from my father’s stories. He had a way of teaching history, not as a theory or series of events, but as a human story about real people who shaped the world by their choices. I want to share that love with my own son by telling real stories of great and interesting people. I created the History Stories for my Son Podcast because I want to spread that love of history as far as possible. The stories on this podcast are about people who made a difference in their own time, told at a level accessible to everyone, including kids learning about them for the first time, but also engaging for even the most knowledgeable history buff. You are invited to join a community where we remember that history is a story that should be shared with every generation.
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