WW2: War and Words
The Spanish Civil War and beyond
by BBC World Service

Jonathan Dimbleby listens to the 1930s drumbeat of war through the burgeoning reporting skills of the BBC’s newly-appointed reporter corps.

The Spanish Civil War and beyond
The Phoney War
Dunkirk and the Fall of Paris
D-Day and the Liberation of Normandy
Paris Liberated; Allied defeat at Arnhem
Burma, Berlin and Belsen
From Hiroshima to Cold War
Witness History: World War 2 Collection
by BBC World Service

The first trains full of Jewish children left Berlin in early December – heading for sanctuary in Britain. The Kindertransports only stopped with the outbreak of war in September 1939. They helped thousands of children from all over Nazi occupied Europe to escape the Holocaust.

Children arriving at Liverpool Street station. Getty images.

Pearl Harbour
The Great Escape
Kindertransport – Oliver's story
Sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff
The siege of Leningrad
The Krakow Ghetto
Victory in Europe Day
The fall of Berlin
Retreat from Dunkirk
Warriors In Their Own Words | First Person War Stories
Episode 101: Armored Warfare in World War Two
by The Honor Project

D-Day was only the beginning.  The Allied assault on June 6th, 1944 launched a bloody offensive that wouldn’t end until Hitler’s Reich lay in ruins.  

The battlefields are forever etched in the memories of the men who were there… the hedgerows of Normandy, to the breakthrough at St. Lo, The Battle of the Bulge, and the capture of Berlin.  In this episode, veterans of the 3rd Armored Division, Belton Cooper and Bertrand Close, transport us to the Race Across Europe in World War Two.

Episode 101: Armored Warfare in World War Two
Episode 102: Air War Over Europe in World War Two
Episode 103: Battle of the Bulge
Episode 104: Assault on Germany in World War Two
Episode 105: Airborne Assault On D-Day
Episode 106: Hitting the Beach On D-Day
Episode 107: U.S. Rangers On D-Day
Episode 108: Glider Attack On D-Day
Episode 109: Guadalcanal
Episode 110: Amphibious Assault in the Pacific
The WW2 Podcast
01 – The German Halftrack – SdKfz 251
by Angus Wallace

In this first episode of the WW2 podcast Angus talks to Paul Hilditch, of the Northern WW2 Association, about the iconic German halftrack, the Sd.Kfz 251.

01 – The German Halftrack – SdKfz 251
02 – The USS Neosho: The Ship That Wouldn't Die
03 – Omar Bradley
04 – The Lancaster Bomber
05 – The Dieppe Raid
06 – The OSS – America's WW2 Intelligence Service
07 – Eagles over Husky: The Role of the Airforce during the invasion of Sicily
08 – Churchill and Britain's Decision To Fight in 1940
09 – Angels of the Underground: Resistance in the Philippines
10 – Parcels From Home: Red Cross Parcels During WWII
The History of WWII Podcast – by Ray Harris Jr
Episode 1-Rise of the Nazi Party
by Recorded History Podcast Network

This episode covers Germany from the end of World War I to the advent of The Great Depression. REFERENCES: The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich by William ShirerDelivered From Evil by Robert LeckieThe Rising Sun by John TolandMussolini by R.J.B. Bosworth

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Episode 1-Rise of the Nazi Party
Episode 2-Nazi Politics, 1929-1933
Episode 3-Early life of Mussolini.
Episode 4-Mussolini 1918 to 1922.
Episode 5-Il Duce (The Leader)
Episode 6-Japan, 1853-1936.
Episode 7-Japan expands into China.
Episode 8-Japan’s China policy?
Episode 9-Hitler takes on the World.
Episode 10-The Nazification of Germany.
History Extra podcast
History Extra podcast – June 2007
by Immediate Media

Professor Ian Kershaw discusses the major decisions and turning points of the Second World War.

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History Extra podcast – June 2007
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History Extra podcast – January 2008
History Extra podcast – February 2008