Saturday 28 April 2012

American Bibliography

Here you can find a list of books I recommend  They will cover a large verity of topics, mostly history obviously. This list will be expanded so make sure to check it out regularly.

My Work

A History Of: Alexander the Great

America Bibliography

The Penguin History of the USA - Hugh Brogan
A Land as God Made It: Jamestown and the Birth of America - James Horn
Jamestown: 1544-1699 - Carl Bridenbaugh
Virginia: The New Dominion - Virginius Dabney
1676 - Stephen Saunders Webb
A History of Colonial America - Max Savelle
The American Colonies: From Settlement to Independence - R.C. Simmons
Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation 1606-1646 - William T. Davis/J. Franklin Jameson
The Colonial Period of American History - Charles Andrews
The Pilgrim Republic: An Historical Review of the Colony of New Plymouth - John Goodwin
Revolution and Empire: English Politics and the American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century
The Barbarous Years: The Conflict of Civilisations 1600-1675 - Bernard Bailyn

Membership Bibliography

The Aztec Empire: The Toltec Resurgence - Nigel Davies
The Aztecs - Nigel Davies
The Aztecs - Brian Fagan

Sunday 22 April 2012

Learning Latin: Lesson 5 - Simple Sentences

Is out! We, as you can guess, form some basic (and not so basic) sentences. After this you should be able to put your own sentences together, which is quite cool after only 5 lessons.

Wednesday 11 April 2012

Wednesday 4 April 2012

Tuesday 3 April 2012

Learning Latin: Lesson 1 - An Inflected Language

TheHistoryOf Podcast has released a new YouTube video! Learning Latin! In this series I will teach you Latin, you need know no Latin to start off and you should pick it up quite quickly, enjoy!

New Podcast Logo

June 2012 shall see me release the third 'TheHistoryOf' podcast, A History Of: Hannibal. This will be the new logo.

Monday 2 April 2012

Episode 24 - Conclusion

Hello and welcome to Episode 24 of A History Of: Alexander the Great. This episode we conclude, I recomend podcasts and say what I shall be doing next.