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The Modern Middle East Book Review
Studying the Middle East is not always easy. James L. Gelvin’s The Modern Middle East is a must for history lovers
The Absence of Concern for Palestine
As those in the Middle East looked for guidance from Britain to create nations that would survive after the fall of the Ottomans, Britain began establishing their official policy in the Middle East in particular Palestine.
Medieval Medicine and the Roman Empire
Like any profession or area of study, medicine has developed and changed over the years. From the earliest of times, it has involved with a little bit of basic science mixed with a little bit of magic or hope. Medieval times were not any different.
Washington's Speech to Prevent His Army Revolting
The American Revolution was about over. Discontent spread throughout the revolutionary troops when they saw the promise of pay and other things being disregarded by the new government. The great general pulled his troops together and put out the rising fire with this speech.
Refreshing Honesty in the Algerian Resistance
Memoire Algerienne by Henri Alleg gives the reader a glimpse into the lives of the resistance movement in Algeria during WWII where many were fighting for independence from France and prevention of Nazis occupation.
Martha Washington's First Marriage
Martha Washington is known as the very First Lady of the United States and the wife of the famous President George Washington. Many people don't realize is that this regal woman was once married to another man and her only children came from that union. Martha Washington was once Martha Custis.
The Phoenix Gambit - A Book Review
‘What if’ scenarios in history are fun and can really get people talking as there are so many possibilities.
Usamah Ibn Munqidh (1095-1188): Autobiography
The autobiography of Usamah Ibn Munqidh offers a window in the Middle Eastern world and how the Europeans, or Franks, were viewed.
A History of Russia - A Book Review
How much do you know about the history of Russia? Most of us know only what we have seen in documentaries or movies. How much that is true can be debatable. There is one book that you need to read if you are seriously considering: A History of Russia by Nicholas V. Riasanovsky and Mark D. Steinberg.
Humanism as the Foundation of the Reformation
When religious scholars began to read the original texts and look back to classical and early church writings, humanism stepped in to help those that were appalled by the actions of the church to bring it back to the format and heart of the original church that could be found in the New Testament.
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