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Month: February 2018

The Holy Roller Divorce

The Holy Roller Divorce

In 1915, divorce was rare, at least compared to today. And the grounds for divorce were pretty serious, like adultery or abandonment. But that year a man in Washington State got a divorce from his wife over her church friends and their, shall we say, extreme zeal. You can subscribe to the Untold History at Apple Podcasts, Feedburner, Stitcher or on your favorite podcast app. We’re on Twitter @UHPodcast. Thanks for sharing us with your friends! https://media.blubrry.com/theuntoldhistory/p/dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/theuntoldhistory.podbean.com/mf/web/jmtpw5/The_Untold_History_podcast_25_The_Holy_Roller_Divorce.mp3Podcast: Play in new…

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Hitler’s American Saboteur

Hitler’s American Saboteur

In 1941, two young men from Chicago decided that they wanted to see the world, so they set out, first for Mexico, then on to Asia and finally to a Europe then in the midst of the Second World War. One of these men was recruited into a Nazi sabotage school, then sent to carry the war to American shores. Today, Steve and Gena tell the story of a young man who got more than he bargained for as he…

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