Announcement - The Latin American History Podcast is now Available in Portuguese

Episode 45 October 06, 2019 00:01:20
Announcement - The Latin American History Podcast is now Available in Portuguese
The Latin American History Podcast
Announcement - The Latin American History Podcast is now Available in Portuguese
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Show Notes

Thankyou to Mateus Menezes for taking this on! The first episode is already online, and you can find it wherever you get your podcasts from. Website: [https://www.spreaker.com/show/historia-da-america-latina?fbclid=IwAR2U-f92ucJxQNWojg4hG5NUVtjs9-RTPviaxjtcilE3wyKsHuiCwuX11Yc](https://www.spreaker.com/show/historia-da-america-latina?fbclid=IwAR2U-f92ucJxQNWojg4hG5NUVtjs9-RTPviaxjtcilE3wyKsHuiCwuX11Yc) Facebook: [https://www.facebook.com/Hist%C3%B3ria-da-Am%C3%A9rica-Latina-102122097860339/](https://www.facebook.com/Hist%C3%B3ria-da-Am%C3%A9rica-Latina-102122097860339/) Email: [email protected]

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