You can either learn history from a primary or secondary source.
With a secondary source, you’ll get the distanced bullet points: what year the war started, how many people died, which political parties ruled, and all those other dry details you need for your history test. With a primary source, however, you’re able to gain direct access into the emotion of that time period.
And right now, in the year 2017, the number of primary resources available for World War II is becoming increasingly smaller.
On today’s episode of The Tai Lopez Show, we are fortunate to be joined by a primary source, Tai’s grandmother. At 99 years old, she has lived through multiple world wars, and today we are gathering her firsthand account of the global climate. Her wisdom and insight on political and social issues has us thinking about how to see the world in the right way.