16 December 2005 - Friday

History Carnival XXII

The twenty-second History Carnival is up at Frog in a Well - Korea, with Jonathan Dresner serving as host. As usual, I present a sample:

Mark A. Rayner has unearthed the lost PowerPoint slides of the reign of Elizabeth I. >>

Natalie Bennett is recommending the work of a Victorian novelist who had some feminist leanings. >>

Eric Muller has found a memo explaining why the US refused to bomb railroad tracks leading to Nazi death camps during World War II. >>

Kristine Steenbergh has been researching British early modern swimming. >>

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