15 April 2006 - Saturday

History Carnival XXIX

The twenty-ninth History Carnival has been posted at (a)musings of a grad student. Here are some of my favorite entries, in no particular order:

Sergey Romanov is providing a glimpse of what the Soviets knew about Auschwitz during World War II, posting transcripts of Soviet reports. >>

Hiram Hover argues that this year's Guggenheim fellowships in history tell us something about the state of the field. >>

Hieronimo presents a British royal declaration of 1633 regarding lawful sports. >>

Patrick Hunt provides an elephant's-eye view of Hannibal's trip through the Alps, with photographs. >>

Natalie Bennett takes note of evidence that the Romans brought female infanticide with them to Britain. >>

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