I have been looking for an audiobook that explains the Napoleonic period. So I tried Andrew Roberts’s epic, Napoleon the Great.
“Forgotten Voice of the Great War” is a collection of fascinating real life stories. Coming from a time of great upheaval, so different from our own.
Prime Minister William Pitt ‘the Younger’ led Britain to war with Revolutionary France following the French Revolution.
Have you ever tried to get your head around early modern English history? Yes, I know it is a next to impossible, but with the right material, it can be done.
Firstly, maps and diagrams are a simple must for showing where the soldiers were and to whom they were facing.
“Emperors of Rome” by Garrett G Fagan covers the history of Roman Emperors, with a brief overview of each Emperor’s rises and fall.
“Hue 1968” describes the battle that took place in Hue during the Tet Offensive in 1968 through the eyes of participants who were there.
The true story of Richard W. Miller is unique and one of a kind. Normally it would be hard to find a real life spy comedy, but look no further.