Second World War

Victor Davis Hanson Show

From Bonafide Medieval War Hero to Certified Military Genius

Join this Memorial Day weekend episode, in which Victor Davis Hanson with cohost Sami Winc explore the medieval tales of “Beowulf” and “The Song of Roland” and then talk about Patton’s role post-D-Day invasion. They first touch on some current news of Putin, Xi, Raisi, and Menendez. Share This

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Our Leadership and Looking Back to WWII

In this episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler take on the quality of the current advisors to the administration, Operation Market Garden’s legacy, Trump’s appeal to “safety moms,” and the coming Chicago Democratic convention. Share This

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Powers of Destruction

Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Jack Fowler take on the Veterans Administration’s ban on “VJ Day” photo, JK Rowling charged with hate crime, anti-Semitism and university crisis, Kerry joins Biden campaign, and Iran and its proxies. Share This

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Stephanopoulos “Shocked” and the Moral Appraisal of WWII

On this weekend edition, join Victor Davis Hanson and co-host Sami Winc as they cover George Stephanopoulos being shocked at a recent Trump vs. Biden poll, the construct of President Biden, the state of France at the end of World War II and the moral appraisal of the war, and diversified vs. monoculture agriculture. Share …

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Winning WWII, Greek Fires, and Mall Mobs

In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc discuss how World War II was won, 100 fires burning Greece and smash and grab violence in Torrance mall. VDH finishes with the health of farmers. Share This

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Aid to Ukraine and the Motors of World War II

 In this weekend episode, Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc look at the proposed new aid to the Ukraine, Biden’s race against truth, the origins of World War II, and the origins of frustration in Oliver Anthony‘s “Rich Men North of Richmond.” Share This

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Who Will Say No More to the Current Madness?

Victor Davis Hanson American Greatness Britain slept in the 1930s as an inevitable war with Hitler loomed. A lonely Winston Churchill had only a few courageous partners to oppose the appeasement and incompetence of his conservative colleague Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. One of the most stalwart truth-tellers was a now little remembered politico and public …

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The Things We Fight For

Join Victor Davis Hanson and cohost Sami Winc for this weekend edition on Donald Trump’s indictment, D-Day remembrance, and the Thirty Years’ War. Share This

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