Browsing the blog archives for July, 2007

The First World War, John Keegan

The dis-oriented author has done a great deal of reading about World War II. I know that in order to really understand World War II one must understand World War I and its aftermath. Therefore when I found a copy of John Keegan’s The First World War, in a used bookstore — I bought it. [...]


Samuel Adams: Father of the American Revolution, Mark Puls

The dis-oriented author is a history buff. As I have been reading about the founding fathers one of the characters that has remained a mystery to me is Samuel Adams. Thus when I saw Puls’ Samuel Adams, I knew I had to read it. All I knew about Samuel Adams was that he was a [...]

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