Monthly Archives: October 2015

Hitler’s Turkistani Soldiers – Challenging the Occultist Legends

Sometimes blue-eyed and almost always of an Asian appearance, these German Army soldiers became a myth wrapped in the occultist/esoteric legend of the “Nazi mysteries”… Paolo A. Dossena was born in 1968 and has always lived and worked between Southern … Continue reading

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1745 Jacobite Rising set for Culloden reappraisal

A fresh take on the 1745 Jacobite Rising – a pivotal moment in British history – is set to hit the shelves in its 270th anniversary year. Dr Christopher Duffy, Chairman of the 1745 Association, will launch his work Fight for … Continue reading

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When, Where, Why and How: Military Operations in the Syrian Civil War 2011-13

Who are the insurgents fighting against the regime of Bashar al-Assad? Have the Syrian military really remained ‘loyal’ to the regime as so many have suggested? Our author Tom Cooper examines his motivations for writing Middle East@ War 1. Syrian … Continue reading

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