Episode 73: National History Day
Sunday, September 5, 2021
Student historians share their award-winning projects. Every year, thousands of high school and middle school students across the country compete with National History Day projects. Four national winners join us to share their discoveries. Michelle Miao tells us how committees of correspondence laid the groundwork for revolution in colonial America. Sasha Allen illuminates how Stalin’s visual propaganda allowed him to acquire and maintain power. Caleb Sinwell presents on the Ghost Army of WWI. Ella Smith tells us about Venona Project, a highly classified Cold War counterintelligence program. This Sunday at 4PM ET, Chris and Rick welcome these four accomplished students to History Happy Hour, the place where history is always on tap.