Struggling to find an area of history in which to specialise? Finding your mind wandering to Byzantium while you’re reading about D-Day? Frustrating yourself with a seeming inability to focus your learning endeavours? Well, you’re in the right place. And what’s the problem? Why take one or two bottles of historical knowledge into the shower, when you can have the whole lot?
You find yourself now in a repository for all manner of jumbled thoughts, grasped-at facts and a yearning for knowledge confused by an undisciplined mind.
Make yourself at home.
A brief look at the chaotic mess that was the Fourth Crusade.
The tale of the Khmer Rouge’s most notorious prison.
The Tale of the Polish II Corps
The Polish Air Force in the Second World War.
Frustration and Conflict in Colonial Kenya.
Steven Port would like to be able to call himself an historian, but feels a little unconfident. He also cannot find a focus for study because the thing about history is that there is a lot of it and it’s pretty much all interesting. He studied at Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Oxford, and is a contributor to Get History.