1 December 2005 - Thursday

History Carnival XXI

The twenty-first History Carnival is up at CLEWS: The Historic True Crime Blog. This edition features several bloggers I haven't seen before, including the following:

Greg tells us about two saints named Gregory. >>

Brett Holman notes an interesting perspective on air power at the beginning of World War II. >>

Evan Roberts identifies today's suspicions of Wal-Mart as part of a long tradition of concerns about mass retailing -- and suggests that an opposing utopian view exists as well. >>

Jonathan Edelstein recounts the unexpected downfall of a successful thief in 18th-century London. >>

Kerim Friedman attacks the cliché of the "ancient peoples." >>

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