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
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
Found scribbled on the back of a memo was this amusing little verse. An internet search turned up no other versions of it, so perhaps