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Confession of a Napoleonic Nut

Waterloo has been featuring a lot in my tweets of late, and with the bicentenary fast approaching I feel I ought to explain a thing or two as to why. My name is Peter Smith, and I’m a Napoleonic Nut. There, … Continue reading

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Review: Bugles at Dawn

So, lots of things have happened since I last blogged.  I undertook an internship at Legend Press, have now got another lined up for the summer with Endeavour Press and more applications pending left, right and centre. Unfortunately writing’s taken a … Continue reading

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Band of Brothers

With the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo next year the first salvo of new books on it have now been released, but of the three it was Brendan Simms’ work that grabbed my attention. The Longest Afternoon: The 400 Men … Continue reading

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