A Brief History of Winchester Cathedral

Last week, after three amazing years, I finally graduated from the University of Winchester with a 2:1 in English Literature and History. Graduation was an unforgettable experience, spent catching up with friends, trying not to trip, and posing for about a thousand awkward photographs that will, presumably, stare down at me from my grandfather’s display … More A Brief History of Winchester Cathedral

Siege Warfare Through the Ages – Which Siege Tactics Are Right For You?

Since before 3500 BC people have been putting defensive walls around their settlements. As I’m sure you all know, these pesky walls and fortifications can be a real pain when you want to get inside somewhere for whatever reason. Maybe you’re at war with the occupants, maybe they have something of yours, like some loot … More Siege Warfare Through the Ages – Which Siege Tactics Are Right For You?

UK General Election of 1885: How the Irish hung parliament

One of the biggest discussions surrounding the 2017 snap General Election concerns the plausibility that while the Conservatives will retain enough seats to win, their drop in the early polls could indicate Labour clawing them out of a majority. This would leave the UK parliament with a Victorian age hanging or ‘hung parliament’ to be … More UK General Election of 1885: How the Irish hung parliament

Peterloo: How Manchester took to Napoleon’s terror and the British Army

Now this his is something I produced for my personal Facebook account a day or so after the Manchester arena attack as I do with many of the attacks of recent. The second attack in London has since pushed me to post it here for many would be mistaken to find the past much more … More Peterloo: How Manchester took to Napoleon’s terror and the British Army

An overview of Indian Migration and Diaspora in Africa (extended version)

Original was posted on- 12/04/2015 by lauraljpotter Original title- A Brief Overview of Indian Migration and Diaspora in Africa The Indian diaspora in Africa has seen a number of fluctuating migrations in the last two centuries. The majority of Indians came to Africa as indentured servants to the British. The use of indentured servants became … More An overview of Indian Migration and Diaspora in Africa (extended version)