The History of Dictators – part 1

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On very good advice, we have decided to try to keep our podcasts relatively short. We will aim to keep them under 30 minutes and aim for 20.

So I have reedited the one that we did on Dictators and we will release it in two parts… Part 1 followed by Part 2 – revolutionary, I know.

In this episode, we try to cook up a definition of what a dictator is. We then discuss famous dictators to see if they fit this definition.

You can get the episode on iTunes

Books we read:

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (Otto)

The Oxford Dictionary of English

Podcasts we listened to:

The History of Rome (more…)

Revolutions Podcast

In Our Time: Julius Caesar

Films we watched:

The Hunger Games (both of us). They are great and explore very interesting historical and political themes.

Websites we visited:

25 of History’s Deadliest Dictators

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