Category Archives: History

Review of An Army At Dawn

  In his Pulitzer-Prize-winning book, An Army At Dawn, The War in North Africa, 1942-43, Rick Atkinson takes an in-depth look at the fledgling Allied effort to gain a war footing in the attempt to confront the Nazi stronghold in … Continue reading

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Is England Still Part of Europe? By Victor Davis Hanson

    Britain has a last chance to re-embrace the free-market democratic world that it once helped to create. British prime minister Boris Johnson is desperate to translate the British public’s June 2016 vote to leave the European Union into … Continue reading

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9-11 in the Light of History and Eternity

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How the Myth of the ‘Robber Barons’ Began—and Why It Persists By Burton W. Folsom

The widely-accepted “history” of America’s Gilded Age was grossly inaccurate, but it told a compelling story that many fell for hook, line, and sinker. Friday, September 21, 2018     Note from the President: Burton W. Folsom is more than … Continue reading

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Review of The Ghost Ships of Archangel

  In his book, The Ghost Ships of Archangel: The Arctic Voyage that Defied the Nazis, William Geroux relays the true story of a convoy of allied ships known as PQ-17. These thirty-three vessels sailed the treacherous sea lanes between … Continue reading

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Review of A Darker Sea

  In his book, A Darker Sea, James L. Haley follows the adventures of Commander Bliven L. Putnam who is called to serve the United States once again. Great Britain is flexing her superior naval muscle, confiscating American ships and … Continue reading

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Review of Where Serpents Sleep

In C.S. Harris’ Where Serpents Sleep, someone is killing ladies of the night and no one of consequence seems to care, except for one. But who will listen to her?  She enlists the help of a former rival, Sebastian St. … Continue reading

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