Sunday, December 18, 2016

Eastern Border - Episode 5 – The Afghanistan War

Episode 5 – The Afghanistan War

Greetings again, comrades!
Sorry for being so late with this episode, but as you’ll hear in it, I’ve run into some issues with my life. Some of you wrote me e-mails asking me, if I’ll be making any new episodes – and yes, I will. This is Eastern Border, we love it here, and we don’t intend to stop anytime soon. Huge “thank you” to everyone who donates, writes comments, sends e-mails or just listens to our show. You’re all awesome.
Now, about this episode a bit: this one is a more serious, more emotional episode than usual. It was also a bit harder for me to make, due to having to do some quote translations on the fly, as I would have taken an eternity more, if I’d scripted everything – so, I apologize for some parts of the show, that might sound a bit worse than you would expect. Otherwise, I’m actually really happy about how this turned out, especially considering my situation – so I hope you’ll enjoy it.
The picture, for this time, is one of the infamous Zinc coffins – in which the soldiers were sent home during the Afghanistan war.
Zinc Coffins
Also, don’t forget to check out this episodes podcast recommendation – the Historical Intentions podcast, by Joseph Newton!
Edit: Also, for those who like the accent – I don’t really notice it, that’s just how I speak in English. I imagine it sounds a bit weird for you. 🙂

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