Lewis Champion

Modern History Postgraduate

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The Railway That Won A War

A review of Brian Cooke’s, The Grand Central Crimean Railway (Knutsford, 1990)

The Truth Behind The Myth

A review of Clive Ponting’s, The Crimean War: The Truth Behind the Myth (London, 2004)

WW2: The Battle for Food

A review of Lizzie Collingham’s The Taste of War (London, 2013)

Marx’s Theory of History

The 1917 revolution in Russia was a pinnacle moment in the country’s history. Previous attempts to seize power and overthrow the monarchy had all failed so the success of the revolution was an incredible feat. The success and occurrence of… Continue Reading →

Technology and Empire

A review of Daniel R. Headrick’s, The Tools of Empire (Oxford, 1981)

The Crimean War as a Technical Enterprise

A review of Yakup Bektas’, ‘The Crimean War as a Technical Enterprise’, The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science, 3 (2017)

The Distinguishing Characteristics of a ‘History’

With reference to the works of Herodotus.

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