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The Sinking of the White Ship

On November 25th, 1120, the vessel known as “The White Ship” sank of the Normandy coast taking the life of William Adelin, the only legitimate son and heir of England Henry I. This event led to a period in English history known as “The Anarchy”.

What might have been the alternate timeline if young William had lived and what does that potentially have to do with much of modern Western democracy as we know it today?

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A fully-working replica of Gutenberg's press.

In 1439, Johannes Gutenberg became the first European to use movable type in printing. What if this innovation had not come and the “Gutenberg Bible” had not been or had been delayed?

Join Alexis as she leads an exploration of would have been the impact on the Reformation and the modern world without this important historical milestone?

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On January 24, 1848, James W. Marshall discovered gold at Sutter's Mill in Coloma, California. Once word of the discovery spread to the outside world in the coming months, thousands began the trek to California to make their fortunes and the "California Gold Rush" was on!!!

In this episode, we explore how the fate of California and US history would have been different if the "California Gold Rush" had not occurred.

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