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Episode 98 of the Random history of #Belgium podcast: It's one of the most famous and important paintings in the world, commonly known as “the Ghent Altarpiece”. We'll learn more about who made it, what it depicts and what happened to it over the last 5 centuries. #vaneyck2020 #justjudges links: http://closertovaneyck.kikirpa.be/ https://artsandcul…
 
The Random history of Belgium EP.92 continues the path with a deeper dive into the scandals that were uncovered during the A.Cools murder investigation. We'll look at the who, what and how of these scandals. We take a look at an embarrassing moment in socialist party history as well, and at the implications of these cases for Belgian politics in ge…
 
EP90 of the Random history of Belgium dives back in the WWII series. In this one episode (part 11) we'll take an overview of the resistance groups that sprung up during the war. We explore a few of their specific actions as well as explain the political backgrounds and the causes for some of their actions as well as their motives.…
 
EP88 of the Random history of Belgium we'll look into the late 80s of the Mobutu regime until the 1997 end. We'll see the widespread corruption, increased economic aid, diplomatic failings and the poverty, as well as the reactions in Belgium. The rebellion and battle of Kolwezi, and the eventual experiments with democratization and the downfall of …
 
EP86 - This episode of the Random history of Belgium continues the history of Belgium and its former colony in middle Africa. We start with the independence of Congo and start to dive into the relationship between Brussels and the regime of Mobutu Sese Seko. In this first part, we cover the start and coming to power of Mobutu.…
 
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