Episode 1 By Buckner F. Melton, Jr. | August 2, 2014 - 00:51 |August 2, 2014 Podcasts NHP Episode 1: An Introduction to Sea Power NHP Episode 1: An Introduction to Sea Power [ 1:06:24 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Bookmark the permalink.
Thank you for your excellent podcast. I have been waiting a long time for someone to take this subject on. The content and recording quality in my opinion are excellent and were made all the better for your superb voice and delivery. I thoroughly enjoyed ‘episode 1’ and eagerly await the next installment (You clearly know your stuff).
In particular, I look forward to hearing your perspective on Wellington’s use of the navy (an often neglected area), the Battle of Midway, the Battle of Leyte Gulf and the Falklands War (if you intend to go that far).
Many thanks for the kind words. Yes, I’ definitely plan on getting to the subjects you mention, but as I plan to go chronologically we may be a while getting there. 🙂 I do, however, also plan to do a series of short episodes in which I’ll be bouncing around chronologically a lot more than in the main episodes, so I’ll get to some more recent things in them. Keep on listening!
Loved your podcast! I hope that you keep doing this. I really liked your introduction to sea power, I learned very much about a subject that is really important to me. Best regards from Portugal, once a naval power.
Really a fantastic Podcast! Thank you for the great information presented in such an understandable and engaging way. Looking forward to the next episode.
Hello. I just found this podcast based on a recommendation of another podcaster. I’m thrilled that someone is covering this topic. And I really appreciate the background context in this intro before we jump into the history narrative. I am very excited these episodes come with visual references.
I did notice that episode 1 is no longer available in iTunes. I had to search for the website to find it. Is there a way to get episode 1 out in iTunes for future listeners so they can start at the beginning? I’d live to refer this podcast to others, but I’m not sure they would look for it outside of iTunes.
Hi and thanks for listening! I didn’t realize this, so thanks for letting me know. I think it was recent. I’ll look into it and see what I can do. Thanks again!