Podcast 195, An Echo of Glory, Part 5 – From Depression to Nihilism

by | Feb 3, 2020

We’ve reached 1930 in this week’s episode of An Echo of Glory, our weekly history of football in England and Wales. The shockwaves of the Wall Street Crash were about to be felt around the world, and many of the worst-affected areas in this country were football strongholds. The politics pushed forward by this cataclysmic event would go on to usher in a second period of war, through which the football found a way to continue, then on into its immediate aftermath. This week, we’ve got the story of the period from 1930 to 1946.

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An Echo of Glory, Part 5: From Depression to Nihilism