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Blitzkrieg Busted with James Holland

As we flip the pages of history, we often find ourselves entrenched in the narratives shaped by time and retelling. But what if the stories we've been told were not the full picture? Enter the History Rage Podcast, a platform where the layers of history are peeled back to reveal the raw and often untold truths. In the latest episode, we're graced with the presence of James Holland, a historian who doesn't just recount history—he feels it, lives it, and breathes new life into it.




James takes us on a journey back to the Italian Campaign of 1943, a chapter of World War II that has been overshadowed by more prominent battles but is no less brutal or significant. His upcoming book, "Savage Storm," promises to immerse us in the harrowing experiences of those who fought on all sides. Holland's dedication to using contemporary sources means we're not just getting a history lesson; we're getting a time machine that transports us to the very heart of the conflict.


But that's not all. James also takes a sledgehammer to the myth of Blitzkrieg, the German warfare tactic that has been lauded as revolutionary. With the precision of a skilled historian, he dismantles the pedestal it has been placed on, revealing that what many consider a pioneering strategy is actually a tale as old as Germany's military history itself.


This episode is not just for history enthusiasts; it's for anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of the past and its impact on our present. It's a reminder that history is not static, but a living, breathing entity that continues to shape our world.



So, if you're ready to have your historical perceptions challenged and your understanding deepened, tune in to the History Rage Podcast. Let James Holland guide you through the storms of the past and bring you safely to the shores of knowledge. Listen now, and join the ranks of those who know history not as it's often told, but as it truly was.

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