At least that’s what one of my graduate professors once said. Welcome to this random assortment of (generally) military-centered academia and the occasional rant. Here
By Todd Hubert April 2016 At 0445 hours on the morning of September 1, 1939, German divisions supported by tactical aircraft and mobile armor poured
Snarky Historian of the Day goes to Gerhard Weinberg and this snippet from his venerable tome “A World at War:” “The Italians had halted after
Presenting another part of my thesis, Echoes on Celluloid: The Historical Memory of WWII as Seen Through Japanese Anime. The chapter posted below is an
Putin exercises some of his own “alternative facts” in regards to Russo-Polish relations and that pesky year 1939.
After viewing the film, one of my students reflects: “That’s what love will get you, Miss – a lap full of brains.”
Publishing another chapter from my thesis titled Echoes on Celluloid: The Historical Memory of WWII as seen through Japanese Anime. For more of my work