Changing Hearts & Minds

Changing Hearts & Minds


Changing Hearts & Minds is a military history podcast. Jeff and Andrew cover everything from politics, espionage and the wars that have shaped the history of humanity.

Podcast Episodes

  • CHM008-The Battle of Trenton-Revisted
    December 6th, 2019

    CHM008-The Battle of Trenton




    Here is another revisited CHM episode from way back in time or specifically a year and some months ago,.

    The audio is what I expect from the 3rd episode I ever created but its still worth releasing for the sake of continuity and the topic and info is good.


    Battle Of Trenton was what most Revolutionary War historians agree the turning point in the War for not just the  revolution but the British and Hessian forces learned a lesson in underestimating General Washington and his tactical plans and leadership on the field of battle.



    Links and References:








    The Battle of Trenton/the Battle of Princeton


    Victory Or DeathThe Battles of Trenton and Princeton, December 25, 1776-January 3, 1777

  • CHM007- From MLB To OSS, Moe Berg Part 2
    November 29th, 2019

    CHM007- From MLB To OSS, Moe Berg Part 2

    Moe Berg finally joined the OSS after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 6 1941.

    Moe worked as an analyst for the OSS until his chance to go to Europe and work in the field came when The Manhattan

    Project needed a spy to assist in Operation Alsos. Moe did clandestine work to track and discover the Nazis progress on the Atomic Bomb.

    His work and missions including the possible assassination of a world famous physicist had a direct impact on the success of The Manhattan Project and the outcome of World War 2.


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    Media and Recommendations:


    The Catcher Was A Spy by Nicholas Dawidoff


    Moe Berg Athlete Scholar Spy by Louis Kaufman



    The Catcher Was a Spy (2019):

    Documentary- The Spy Behind Home Plate (2019)

  • CHM006-From MLB To OSS, Moe Berg Part 1
    October 25th, 2019

    From humble beginnings first generation Jewish American Morris "Moe" Berg graduates from Princeton University with abilities in both academics and athletics that are unbelievable. He would become a spy in the OSS during WW2. 

  • CHM005- The Boys of Pointe Du Hoc
    October 13th, 2019


    June 6 1944, D-Day has more stories of sacrifice and heroism than can be fit into a hour long podcast. Jeff and Andrew discuss the part that 2nd Ranger Bn had in their mission that day. 

  • CHM004- Jumpin' Joe, American Comrade
    October 5th, 2019

    Did you know there was a single American Soldier who fought for both the US Army and the Soviet Red Army as a official enlisted infantryman for both armies? We just found out and so lets learn about Joseph R. Beyrle a hero who had a almost movie script written life in the midst of the worlds most impactful war. 


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  • CHM003- 5 Years To Freedom: The Legend of "Nick" Rowe
    September 4th, 2019

    Vietnam 1963, Green Beret Lt. James "Nick" Rowe was captured by Vietnamese Communists and would be held captive until 1968 when after a daring escape he was rescued. This episode we discuss the legend of Nick Rowe and his fellow Green Berets who faced and overcame unimaginable odds and torture as prisoners of war. 


    His story is available in the autobiography of his time in captivity "5 Years To Freedom" 

  • CHM002-Mutually Assured Destruction
    September 4th, 2019

    Since the first atomic bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima in 1945 the industrial nations of the world have been in a race to see who can create and possess the most world-ending weapons of mass destruction. This episode we discuss the history of nuclear weapons.

  • CHM001- Frozen Chosin
    September 3rd, 2019

    From November 26, 1950 to December 13, 1950 Marines from the 1st Marine Division along with attached United States Army Infantry as part of the United Nations Taskforce fought an epic battle against the North Korean and Chinese Communists at a place a called Chosin Reservoir.

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