On June 6th, 1944, the Allied powers launched history’s largest amphibious invasion across the English Channel, landing in the beaches of Northern France and beginning the grueling, ten-month-long process of liberating Europe from the Nazis and defeating Hitler. As a WWII historian, visiting the landing beaches of Normandy has been a massive, massive bucket list item for me for, well…. for as long as I can remember! Come join me as I explore German bunkers, French beaches, and Gothic cathedrals in Northern France!
Adventures of an Errant Historian
Solivagant: (adj) wandering alone
Here is my humble attempt to chronicle some of my historically-based adventures. Often alone, occasionally with quality companions, always amazing!
Italian Street Art
As the cradle of the Renaissance, art continues to run strong in the blood of Italians. This stunning collection of street art and grafitti is from my 2019 trip to my motherland.