Daily Archives: April 19, 2017

An Ambivalent Culture

Being a fairly notable anglophile myself [1], I am listening to an audiobook right now that covers British culture during that awkward period from the mid-90’s to the mid-20’s when I grew up from a teenager to a young adult. … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Norwegian Volunteers Of The Waffen SS

Norwegian Volunteers Of The Waffen SS, by Geir Brenden & Tommy Natedal Although I do not often have the chance to formally review books about World War II history [1], as Norwegian history is part of my beat as a … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: The Principality Of Antioch And Its Frontiers In The Twelfth Century

The Principality Of Antioch And Its Frontiers In The Twelfth Century, by Andrew D. Buck One of my favorite parts of being a prolific book reviewer for the De Re Militari is being able to read books on a variety … Continue reading

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