Tag Archive: Britain

Travels through Historical Fiction: the Cabinet War Rooms

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As we begin History Imagined’s second year, I am excited about beginning a new series of posts, as well. They will be organized around places distant and near that I have been fortunate… Continue reading

Why Fiction: History, Politics, and Real Human Costs

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The gradual disintegration of the Ottoman Empire underlies much unrelenting war, revolution, and vast human suffering that occurred throughout the nineteenth century. The diplomatic issues, for Britain at least, associated with that process… Continue reading