My attempt at creating a concept for a piece of Public History.
11,515 words on the formulation and implementation of Nazi Germany’s Hunger Plan.
Can CoD: WW2 really be seen as an effective piece of public history?
British and Russian use of Chloroform from 1853 to 1856.
An analysis of Sergei Witte’s 1899 economic policy report to Tsar Nicholas II.
The affect of advancements in weaponry in creating the incredibly high mortality rates that occurred on the battlefield during the first world war.
Could food win the war for the Axis?
Did the development of advanced technology dictate the outcome of the war?
A review of Brian Cooke’s, The Grand Central Crimean Railway (Knutsford, 1990)
A review of Clive Ponting’s, The Crimean War: The Truth Behind the Myth (London, 2004)