Monthly Archives: September 2012

Buffalo Bill’s Sioux sidekick gets the burial he deserves

I’ve always been interested in Native Americans – from my childhood days in front of the TV watching movies like Fort Apache to more recent times when I wrote a book about one of their tribes. The Choctaw, a tribe … Continue reading

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The Welsh copper who became a Nazi double agent

We have fanciful notions about spies – the men are dashing James Bond-types and the women are exotic, like Mata Hari. Alas, the reality can often be more prosaic. Take, for example, Gwilym Williams, who it has emerged, distinguished himself … Continue reading

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