Category Archives: Military History

Games Of Logistics

As someone who likes to find greater insight and meaning into the habits and hobbies of people and which may often escape wider notice, I find it deeply intriguing just how common games of logistics are.  Those who spend too … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: The Chivalric Biography Of Boucicaut, Jean II Le Meingre

The Chivalric Biography of Boucicault, Jean II Le Meingre, tarnslated by Craig Taylor and Jane H.M. Taylor As a prolific reviewer for the De Re Militari [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to examine this particular work in translation. … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Founding Conservatives

The Founding Conservatives:  How A Group Of Unsung Heroes Saved The American Revolution, by David Lefer I was given this book by a friend of mine who said the book made him feel rather frustrated, but I’m not sure why … Continue reading

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Book Review: The German Army In War

The German Army In War, by Andrew Hilliard Atteridge From time to time I enjoy reading about the German military because of its importance to 19th and 20th century history [1], and I must say that this book is among the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rationality And The Analysis Of International Conflict

Rationality And The Analysis Of International Conflict, by Michael Nicholson It ought to come as little surprise that this book is not strictly rational in its approach.  It is clear that this author has an agenda to push, and manages … Continue reading

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Book Review: Timor

Timor, O maior campo de extermínio do mundo, The biggest extermination camp in the world, La plej granda ekstermejo en la mondo, by Miguel Faria de Bastos I must admit that I have not greatly studied the problem of Timorese … Continue reading

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Book Review: Achieving Victory In Iraq

Achieving Victory In Iraq:  Counting An Insurgency, by Col. Dominic J. Caraccilo & Lt. Col Andrea L. Thompson I bought this book from Amazon.com for almost nothing, and in reading this book it is pretty clear why this book was … Continue reading

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Non-Book Review: Rough Waters

Rough Waters:  Sovereignty And The American Merchant Flag, by Rodney Carlisle From time to time I like to muse upon the fact that as a high school student I was seriously tempted to study at the United States Merchant Marine … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Untold Story Of Qumran

The Untold Story of Qumran, by John C. Trever This was a fun book to read.  Although the book is obscure and by no means new, there is a certain excitement and joy in reading this first-hand account of the … Continue reading

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Like No One’s Watching You

A few months ago [1], I commented that for the first time I had realized I was disabled as a result of having to fill out a document at work that happened to have one of the conditions I am … Continue reading

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