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History According to Bob: Episodes

This show is about the events of December of 1864 following Hoods defeat at Nashville Dec 15 and 16.
This show is about the continuing fighting in Spain this one is about the Medellin Campaign of 1809.
This show is about the positions of both Octavian and Mark Antony up to the Parthian Campaign.
This show is letter to the British people from the Continental Congress..
This show is an overview of the 20th Century from a souvenir standpoint..
This show is about Gian Galeazzo Sforza who really didn't rule his unlce Ludovico ruled but his wife and surviving daughter were very powerful.
This show is about the Battle of Nashville 1864 CSA Gen. Hood vs US Gen. Thomas.
This show is about the Ucles Campaign in Spain during the Peninsular War in 1809.
This show is about Octavian finally taking control of the West, getting rid of Sextus pompey as well as Lepidus.
This show is about the letter sent by the 1st Continental Congress to the province of Quebec to try and get them to join up..
This show is about the odds and ends left of the topic on souvenirs in the 1800s.
This show is about the 2nd Sforza Duke of Milan Galeazzo Mariia Sforz who was know for his cruelty and his womanizing which led to his assassination.
This show is about the events of December 1864 from december the 1st to 15 just before the battle of Nashville..
This show is about Napoleon's War in the Peninsula during 1809 this show is an overview.
This show is about al the trials Octavian went through to get his part of the Roman Empire together while Antony and Cleopatra played..
This show is about the letter of explanation from the 1st Continetal Congress to the Colonies.
This show is about souvenir Plates and Spoons.
This show is about the life of condottieri Francesco Sforza I Duke of Milan.
This show is about the foragers on Shermans march to the sea and then into the Carolinas, know usually as bummers.
This show is about the aftermath of the battle of Wagram and the Treaty of Pressburg which ended the fighting in the 1809 Campaign.
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