Daily Archives: January 6, 2021

Winners At A Losing Game

One of the more momentous wars in the 19th century was fought mostly in the Crimean Peninsula in the southern portion of Ukraine. Since time immemorial this constricted space has proven to be the location of ferocious conflict, and it … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Crimean War

The Crimean War, by Deborah Bachrach This book is a discussion of one of the more obscure major wars of the last couple hundred years in the Crimean War. There are a few elements of this war that are of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Diplomatic Preliminaries Of The Crimean War

Diplomatic Preliminaries Of The Crimean War, by Bernadotte E. Schmitt One of the more interesting aspects of understanding how it was that the Crimean War began is that it provides insight into understanding how it was the World War I … Continue reading

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Book Review: This Blessed Land

This Blessed Land: Crimea And The Crimean Tartars, by Paul Robert Magosci It is clear that the author thought he was writing a book that would bring praise to the Crimean Tartars for their resilience in the face of generations … Continue reading

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