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Ready for the Tunnel

Clothes are packed; camera battery charged and memory cards cleared; sat nav is primed. It must be time for our summer holiday!

I have even downloaded a book onto my Kindle which is not about military history. 149 more words


Objects of a limited European offensive in the next few decades

written by Nikolic

  •           When an enemy looks superficially formidable, but you really sense he’s internally soft, the thing to do is to send out a few tendrils and see how he is.
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Review: The Middlebrook Guide to the Somme Battlefields (Middlebrook)

The Middlebrook Guide to the Somme Battlefields: A Comprehensive Coverage from Crécy to the World Wars.

The Somme bears 600 years of battle scars, but although the vast majority of those documented date from the First World War, the authors also do justice to the outliers (1346 and the 1940s).  152 more words

Destroying History

On this date in 1864, Confederate General John Bell Hood launched an attack on the Federals outside Atlanta, Georgia. The Yankees were well-entrenched, and Hood’s troops, who ran headlong into their opponents, were predictably slaughtered. 280 more words

Paranormal Promise

I wanted to share some great news with you all. My book paranormal Promise will be released this week. It is a tale about a man who continues to have the same horrifying dream year after year since childhood. 311 more words

Battlefields of Gettysburg

Gettysburg, PA 2016      

John and I are very fortunate to live close to one of the most historical landmarks in Pennsylvania.  We visited Gettysburg last Forth of July weekend and were very impressed with this charming little town. 206 more words