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The Pacific War Channel covers the complete history of the Asia-Pacific War of 1937-1945 and all the major events that led up to it. Topics include: The Opium Wars, Taiping Rebellion, Meiji Restoration, Sino-japanese war, Boxer Rebellion, Russo-Japanese War, WW1 in Asia and the Second Sino-Japanese War. *We also have our "SpeakEasy" Podcast where we still speak about History, but also silly stuff like anime, gaming, Godzilla, movies, comics all while drinking profusely.
 
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This Pacific War Podcast is about the hilarious world of Man in the high castle ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss the how the Axis powers won WW2 in the world of the man in the high castle, the hilarious and silly world of man in the high castle TV series and the novel by Philip K Dick and the meaning behind the novel itself. ➡️ This Pacific…
 
This podcast explores how Ukraine and Korea both struggled to exist under the USSR and Empire of Japan as part of #ProjectUkraine ➡️ This podcast explains the tumultuous history of Ukraine during 1917-1923 when the War of Ukrainian Independence occurred. The new Soviet Union, White Russian Army, Poland and Germany all fought to take control over Uk…
 
This Pacific War Podcast is about he invasion of Ukraine and how it compares to the Invasion of Manchuria in 1931 ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss the various reasons as to why Putin invaded Georgia in 2008; why Putin invaded Crimea in 2014 and why Putin invaded Ukraine in 2022. We will explain how this all striking compares to how and why …
 
This Pacific War Podcast asks what if Japan won the battle of Midway? ▶️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss the reasons as to why the Empire of Japan and the United States fought during the battle of Midway. What reasons led the United States to victory over the IJN? What mistakes were made by commanders like Chuichi Nagumo? Why was it such a de…
 
This Pacific War Podcast asks what if the attack on Pearl Harbor went differently or never happened at all? ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss the reasons as to why the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and how the initial invasion of the Asia-Pacific occurred. Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor? What was the outcome of the attack on Pearl…
 
This Pacific War Podcast is about Southeast Asia during WW1: serving the Entente powers, Thailand, (French Indochina) Cambodia and Vietnam helped win WW1. ▶️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss how French Indochina entered WW1 on the side of France and sent combat troops and labourers to the western front. This brought forces from Laos, Cambodia …
 
This Pacific War Podcast asks what if Japan attacked the Soviet Union during WW2? ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss the reasons as to why the Empire of Japan did not attack the Soviet Union. What if Japan attacked the Soviet Union, what would have happened? What happens to global history if Japan attacked the Soviet Union? The Pacific War an…
 
This Pacific War Podcast is about Japan during WW1: as a member of the Entente powers, Japan was one of the greatest victors of WW1. ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss how Japan entered WW1 on the side of the Entente powers for numerous reasons and would benefit heavily from WW1. Japan would attack and occupy Tsingtao and many German Colonies…
 
This Pacific War Podcast is about China during WW1: from serving in the Chinese Labor Corps to fighting during the Siberian intervention and taking a seat at the Treaty of Versailles. ▶️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss how China may have started as a neutral country during WW1, but it did participate and enter the war eventually. The Chinese …
 
This Pacific War Podcast is about the German Raiders of the Pacific who were the German East Asia Squadron of Maximilian von Spee and the SMS Emden that terrorized the Indian ocean during WW1. ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast will discuss how WW1 broke out in Europe and how the German East Asia Squadron left the port of Tsingtao to raid the Pacific and …
 
This History Podcast is about the Siege of Tsingtao when the German Empire and Empire of Japan fight during WW1 in Asia. It is followed by a discussion between Justin and Craig. ➡️ When WW1 broke out in Europe, Britain requests assistance from the Empire of Japan to help defeat the German Empire. This led the Japanese to siege Tsingtao in Shandong …
 
The Xinhai Revolution or 1911 Revolution would see the collapse of the Qing Dynasty and the formation of the Republic of China. ➡️ How did the Qing Dynasty collapse? The Xinhai Revolution, also known as the 1911 Revolution was a series of many uprisings during the early 20th century. It all led to the Wuchang Uprising which saw the revolutionaries …
 
The Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 would see the Russian Empire and Japanese Empire fight for dominance over Asia. ➡️This History Podcast will have Craig and Justin explaining the significance of the Russo-Japanese War for the Pacific War and global history. Craig also provides a general update for the entire channel, particularly about the new “S…
 
The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast 🎙️ is where we talk about History, but also stupid things like Anime, Godzilla and what is better Stargate or Star trek? (Ft. Ian & Eric) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like Anime, Manga, Godzilla, Stargate a…
 
The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast 🎙️ is where we talk about History, but also stupid things like Pacific War movies, Axis & Allies and drink a lot (Ft. Ian & Eric) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like Pacific War Movies, Mortal Kombat, Axis & …
 
This History Podcast is about the Boxer Rebellion of 1899-1901, which saw a eight-nation alliance face off against the Qing Dynasty and Yihetuan Boxers. ➡️This History Podcast will have Craig and Justin explaining the significance of the Boxer Rebellion for the Pacific War and global history. Craig also provides a general update for the entire chan…
 
The Boxer Rebellion of 1899-1901 would see the eight-nation alliance face off against the Qing Dynasty and Yihetuan Boxers. ➡️The Boxer Rebellion is one of the most grievous wounds to the Qing Dynasty. Christian and Foreign encroachment within China alongside a weakened and appeasing Qing Dynasty led to the rise of the Yihetuan Boxers. ➡️Known as t…
 
Canadian Politics, getting doxed, movies and drink a lot (Ft. Toupaloops & Canada Watch) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like anime, Final Fantasy, comics, movie, Godzilla and of course all while drinking profusely. Have you ever been doxed by…
 
The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast 🎙️ is where we talk about History, but also stupid things like anime, Final Fantasy, Godzilla, comics, movies and drink a lot (Ft. Ian and Justin) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like anime, Final Fantasy, com…
 
The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast 🎙️ is a new podcast series where we talk about History, but also stupid things like anime, gaming, Godzilla, movies and drink a lot (Ft. Ian and Toupaloops) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like anime, gaming, …
 
The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast 🎙️ is a new podcast series where we talk about History, but also stupid things like anime, gaming, Godzilla, movies and drink a lot (Ft. Ian and Charlotte) ➡️ The Pacific War Speakeasy Podcast is a series where Craig and his fellow History loving friends can talk more openly about other things like anime, gaming, G…
 
This Pacific War Podcast explains how the first Sino-Japanese war of 1894-1895 occurred because of the Qing dynasty of China and the Empire of Japan were fighting for influence over the Joseon dynasty of Korea. ➡️ This Pacific War Podcast is about the First Sino-Japanese War, which is an event rarely covered, yet it’s one of the most important even…
 
The first Sino-Japanese war of 1894-1895 occurred because of the Qing dynasty of China and the Empire of Japan fighting for influence over the Joseon dynasty of Korea. ➡️ The First Sino-Japanese War is an event rarely covered, yet it’s one of the most important events in regards to the Pacific War. ➡️ Many historic figures had roles to play in the …
 
The Battle of Hong Kong 1941 was a significant battle during the Pacific War that saw Chinese, British, Indians and Canadian fighting off a Japanese invasion of Hong Kong. ▶️In this documentary we will explain the Battle of Hong Kong 1941 which was performed the same morning as the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Empire of Japan invaded the British Cro…
 
The Satsuma Rebellion was a war led by the Last Samurai, Saigō Takamori of Satsuma against the Meiji government of Japan. Saigō Takamori and 500 Samurai died making a last stand at the Battle of Shiroyama during the Meiji Restoration and heavily influenced Japanese History. ➡️The Satsuma Rebellion (西南戦争) led by the last Samurai Saigō Takamori occur…
 
This Japanese history podcast will explain the Boshin War which was a Japanese Civil War during the Meiji Restoration and occurred in 1868-1869. The Boshin War heavily influenced Japanese History. Craig will explain to a very confused Justin exactly who was fighting and why they were fighting.โดย The Pacific War Channel
 
The Boshin War of 1868-1869 was a Japanese civil war fought between the Tokugawa Shogunate and Anti-Tokugawa Shogunate sonnō jōi backing Domains during the Bakumatsu period of the Meiji Restoration. The Satsuma Rebellion of 1877 was a war led by the Last Samurai, Saigō Takamori of Satsuma against the Meiji government of Japan. Saigō Takamori and 50…
 
Craig and Justin speak about the history and economics behind the Meiji Restoration. After 214 years of Sakoku, Japan was opened up by Commodore Matthew C Perry ushering in a new Era. The Meiji Restoration was the rapid modernization of Tokugawa Japan into the modern Era. The Tokugawa Shogunate system wouldnot survive the Bakumatsu period and would…
 
Craig and Eric go over amazing and lesser known facts about the battle of midway. How did the US break the Jn-25 code? How did Radar effect the battle? How did the USS Yorktown get repaired so fast to be at the battle? Why was famous Hollywood director John Ford at the battle? What was the importance of the Aleutian islands campaign and how did abo…
 
Craig and Justin speak about the history and economics behind the Sakoku period of Japan and the many attempts by foreigners to open it up. Tokugawa Japan underwent a isolationist period known as "Sakoku" (closed country) for 214 years. Yet how "isolated" was it truly? Here you will learn about when and how the first Europeans made contact with Jap…
 
Tokugawa Japan underwent a isolationist period known as "Sakoku" (closed country) for 214 years. Yet how "isolated" was it truly? Here you will learn about when and how the first Europeans made contact with Japan. What the Shimbara Rebellion was, how the Tokugawa Shogunate operated and traded at Dejima with the Portuguese and Dutch. Which European …
 
Craig and Justin speak about the history and economics behind the Taiping Rebellion, one of the most tragic civil wars to occur and took the lives of an estimated 20-30 million people. Hong Xiuquan, self proclaimed brother of Jesus Christ led his Taiping followers against the Qing Dynasty and almost overthrew it. The Qing dynasty faced the Taiping …
 
Craig and Justin discuss the history and economics behind the Second Opium War of 1856-1860. Similar to how the Treaty of Versailles caused WW2, the the unequal treaty of Nanking signed after the first opium war of 1839-1842 was a major reason for the war. During the war the Qing Emperor, Xianfeng had to deal with both Britain and France as well as…
 
The First Opium War of 1839-1842 was a devastating west meets east story that holds grievances even till this day. By the early 19th century over 90 percent of the Qing Dynasty court and many members of the army were opium addicts. Britain was economically and literally addicted-to tea, primarily grown in China, and ended up paying for it with prof…
 
Craig and Justin speak about the episode on the trade disaster that led to the opium wars of 1839-1842 and 1856-1860. They will look at the economics behind the event and all the research that went into making the episode.โดย The Pacific War Channel
 
The Taiping Rebellion of 1850 to1864 between the Taiping Rebels of Hong Xuiquan and the Qing Dynasty of China. Here you will hear about every battle that took place such, who the key figures were and why the war ended the way it did. The technology, military structures, tactics and countless lost lives over what was a corrupt business that never sh…
 
The Second Opium War of 1856-1860 between the British Empire, France and the Qing Dynasty of China. Here you will hear about every battle that took place such, who the key figures were and why the war ended the way it did. The technology, military structures, tactics and countless lost lives over what was a corrupt business that never should have b…
 
The first Opium War of 1839-1842 between the British Empire and the Qing Dynasty of China. Here you will hear about every battle that took place such, who the key figures were and why the war ended the way it did. The technology, military structures, tactics and countless lost lives over what was a corrupt business that never should have began. His…
 
The trade disaster that led to the opium wars of 1839-1842 and 1856-1860. How the exchange of tea, opium and silver led Great Britain and the Qing Dynasty to war. This episode will explain the rigid Canton tributary system, the economic trade network of the 19th century, how the Qing Dynasty operated, how the industrial revolution impacted trade, t…
 
Defining the Pacific War or Taiheiyō Sensō, The second Sino-Japanese war, WW2 Pacific Theater, Dai Tō-A Sensō or “The Greater East Asia War”, 5. Jūgonen Sensō or “Fifteen Years’ War”, Zhōngguó Kàngrì Zhànzhēng or “The War of Resistance" and Chinese People’s War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression to name just a few titles!. When did the Pacif…
 
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