Postcards From Nowhere with Utsav Mamoria podcast

Why dictators love town squares ?

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Embark on a journey from Poland to China in this riveting episode as we explore why dictators are drawn to town squares and how these very squares become the stages of their demise. From Tiananmen Square in Beijing, witness the poignant events of 1989, to the Grand Market in Krakow, a symbol of resilience against Nazi and Communist regimes. Discover the historical significance of town squares as dictators' theatres of power and learn how, in a twist of fate, these squares become the battlegrounds for resistance, ultimately sealing the fate of autocracies. 

Till then Check out the other episodes,

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The Oak Tree that chronicled Poland's Modern History -
The suprising evolution of Polish food -
The complicated legacy of Schindler's List -
The untold story of Holocaust heroism: 'Under the Eagle' Pharmacy -
Two Billion Euros and the Polish Temple of Memory - 

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