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About meMy interests are history, be it technology, military, social, political... oh, and also Formula 1 racing.

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Your Hearst question--I'm not in your history group, so I can't post--but I found this on WorldCat:

You can also check out the bibliographies/references in the books you've been reading.

I have uploaded the correct cover for The Old Steam Navy, Vol. 2: The Ironclads, 1842–1885 by Donald L. Canney.
I have uploaded the correct cover for The Old Steam Navy, Vol. 1: Frigates, Sloops, and Gunboats, 1815–1885 by Donald L. Canney.
I added the books I read on Wellington and Campbell-Bannerman to my list. I think the list is now complete for the biographies I've read on British prime ministers.

Any suggestion as to what I should read. I will look for the one on Salisbury.
Thanks so much for your review of The Definitive Shelby Mustang Guide, we really appreciate your support and participation.

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Just noticed your review of "Blood and Smoke" and while our mileage differs in regards to the value of the book there is no denying that Leerhsen really has it in for Carl Graham Fisher.
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