Tag Archives: war

The Battle of Fort Vaux

Over the last few weeks, I have been enjoying the new maps in Battlefield 1. These maps featured some key French battlefields during World War I. One such map sets you in the interior of Fort Vaux and after researching … Continue reading

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Black Sails and Blackbeard’s Downfall

I have been watching Black Sails on Starz movie channel since 2014. As its title implies, this show is about pirates and their endless struggle to control Nassau. Every episode was like a high budget movie but I am saddened … Continue reading

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American Intelligence Before Attack On Pearl Harbor

December 7, 1941 was truly a date that will forever live in infamy but could the attack have been prevented? Some argue that if Japanese ambassadors met with Americans in Alaska to resolve diplomatic issues in November 1941 that war … Continue reading

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Battlefield 1 Review

As some of you may know, Battlefield 1 just came out on October 21st. I luckily made it to the mall and picked it up. Since then, I spent a considerable chunk of my weekend playing this game and boy … Continue reading

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Jefferson And The Tripoli Pirates Book Review

I recently finished an interesting book written by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yeager called, “Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates.” It was an interesting book about a little known American War; The Barbary War. Despite not being well known, this … Continue reading

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The Plight of The Kurds in Turkey

Syria has virtually become a battleground over recent years with the rise of ISIS and the Syrian Civil War. Apparently more conflict is stirring in neighboring Turkey, which is a member of NATO. In Turkey’s southeastern province, the Kurdish minority … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugee Crisis: Accepting Refugees is the American Way

I am getting concerned recently about xenophobic statements regarding the acceptance of Syrian refugees. Many governors in the United States are refusing to accept refugees for fear that terrorists are sneaking within their ranks. While this is a legitimate fear, … Continue reading

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