Monthly Archives: September 2013

Tirpitz: The P.O.W. Pig of World War One

Those Germans were real swine during the war, you know. Now, now, before  I get accused of Hun bashing, I will point out some things in my defence – for one, I’m married to a German lady, I also have … Continue reading

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In World War I, Women Were Heroes Too

I’d like to welcome historian and author M.K. Tod to History With A Twist. Mary has a great blog A Writer of History, which I’ve been following for some time. Her World War I novel, Unravelled, has just hit the … Continue reading

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Spanish America’s Fighting Nun

Second thoughts… there’s nothing wrong with them, you know. We should all have them more often – think twice before committing to something that could affect our lives for ever. If is a sentiment with which, if she was alive … Continue reading

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