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Turning A Quarter Of The World Into Junkies—in 1839!
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 30, 2017 — 177 reads, 5 comments
The Christian Hero King Of Romania: Red Ice Radio - Vasile Lupasc - The True Story Of King Vlad Dracula
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 26, 2017 — 166 reads
'Hints’ From Colonel Thomas Hoyer Monstery For Gentlemen
Posted in Modern Combat on Jul 12, 2017 — 201 reads, 2 comments
6/25/17
Posted in Blog on Jun 25, 2017 — 118 reads
Over The Edge Of The World: Magellan’s Terrifying Circumnavigation Of The Globe, Laurence Bergreen
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jun 7, 2017 — 95 reads
5 Incredible But Lesser Known Last Stands
Posted in Blog on Jun 4, 2017 — 134 reads
'That The Ancient Legends Were True And Your History A Lie And That...
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jun 3, 2017 — 145 reads, 1 comment
The Heroic Death Of Ferdinand Magellan, April 27, 1521
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 29, 2017 — 130 reads
The Five Baddest Vikings Of Their Age And The Varangian Guard
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 24, 2017 — 141 reads, 1 comment
A Sickness Of The Heart Q&A: Part 2 With Lynn Lockhart
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 23, 2017 — 107 reads
The Predominance Of Mental Darkness From The Thulean Perspective
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 19, 2017 — 111 reads, 1 comment
A Sickness Of The Heart Q&A With Lynn Lockhart And James
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 11, 2017 — 114 reads
Another Powerful Reader In The Internet Man Cave
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 9, 2017 — 223 reads
Two Illustrated Incidents From 1874 And 1879, Sourced In Self-Defense For Gentlemen And Ladies, Edited By Ben Miller
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 1, 2017 — 123 reads, 1 comment
A Danish-American Soldier Of Fortune In Honduras, 1858
Posted in Ancient Combat on Apr 7, 2017 — 122 reads, 1 comment
Forging Ancient Small Swords
Posted in Ancient Combat on Apr 3, 2017 — 113 reads, 2 comments
Making A Viking Bearded Axe From An Old Axe
Posted in Ancient Combat on Apr 3, 2017 — 96 reads
By Eirik Bloodaxe And The Cradle Of Barbarity By James LaFond
Posted in Ancient Combat on Apr 2, 2017 — 171 reads, 6 comments
How Far Will A Bow & Arrow Kill?
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 24, 2016 — 195 reads, 1 comment
Lars Andersen: A New Level Of Archery
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 24, 2016 — 162 reads, 4 comments
Henry Pearce Defends His Title On Monday, March 11, 1805 Upon Molesworth Meadow
Posted in Ancient Combat on Oct 21, 2015 — 187 reads
Trial Of A Captive King
Posted in Ancient Combat on Oct 14, 2015 — 237 reads
When White Meant Might: The Punch Of Henry “Game Chicken” Pearce
Posted in Ancient Combat on Oct 14, 2015 — 225 reads
When White Meant Might: Henry “The Game Chicken” Pearce, Out Of The Ring
Posted in Ancient Combat on Oct 7, 2015 — 286 reads, 1 comment
A Man Question From Ishmael About Escaped White Slaves
Posted in Ancient Combat on Sep 30, 2015 — 232 reads, 1 comment
The Rise Of Bill Gibbons The Fancier
Posted in Ancient Combat on Sep 30, 2015 — 138 reads, 1 comment
Recalling A Time When The Materialistic Liberal Wimp Was Not The Standard By Which Men Of European Descent Were Measured
Posted in Ancient Combat on Sep 30, 2015 — 229 reads, 2 comments
The Odyssey Of White Slave Peter Williamson, Updated
Posted in Blog on Sep 23, 2015 — 626 reads, 1 comment
The Life Of A Kidnapped Boy In His Own Words: Appendix 19
Posted in Blog on Jul 17, 2014 — 254 reads
Ten Victims Of The Holocaust That Did Not Happen: Appendix 18
Posted in Blog on Jul 3, 2014 — 439 reads, 1 comment
Terms And Recollections Of Colonial America: Appendix 17
Posted in Blog on Mar 26, 2014 — 181 reads
The Brief Indenture Of Thomas Hellier: Appendix 16
Posted in Blog on Mar 23, 2014 — 279 reads
A Letter From A Maryland Slave, September 22nd 1756: Appendix 15
Posted in Blog on Mar 11, 2014 — 209 reads
The Harrowing Youth Of Moses Roper
Posted in Blog on Jan 16, 2014 — 220 reads
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