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Samuel Argall's time in the Virginia Company

Posted August 13th, 2017 at 07:15 AM by Baltis
Updated August 13th, 2017 at 07:32 AM by Baltis

Samuel Argall

Samuel Argall was born in Kent, England sometime between 1572 and 1580, when he was baptized. He grew up in the shadow of great sea captains like Francis Drake, also from Kent and the greatest English hero of the time. Samuel was no older than 16 in 1588 when Drake defeated the Spanish Armada but likely a bit younger since there is no record of his taking part in that battle. However, at some point Samuel did follow the local tradition and became a noted sea captain....
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Plunkett’s Agenda: Count Plunkett against Friend and Foe, Feb-April 1917 (Part III)

Posted August 7th, 2017 at 01:29 PM by Ascendant (Éireann Ascendant: An Irish History Blog)

Plunkett’s Agenda: Count Plunkett against Friend and Foe, February-April 1917 (Part III)

The election victory of Count Plunkett, father of Joseph Plunkett, in North Roscommon, February 1917, was soon followed by the frosting of relations between him and Arthur Griffith. The immediate point of contention was Plunkett's public refusal to take his seat at Westminster. Although absentionism had long been a policy of Sinn Féin, Griffith was concerned that this was a step too far and...
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Plunkett’s Turbulence: Count Plunkett' Return to Ireland, Jan-Feb 1917 (Part II)

Posted August 6th, 2017 at 08:56 AM by Ascendant (Éireann Ascendant: An Irish History Blog)
Updated August 7th, 2017 at 01:32 PM by Ascendant

Plunkett’s Turbulence: Count Plunkett and his Return to Ireland, January-February 1917 (Part II)

Count George Plunkett, father of the 1916 Rising signatory Joseph Plunkett, began 1917 in a miserable state - exiled from his home to England and publicly ejected from the Royal Dublin Society. His luck turned when he was chosen to be a candidate in the North Roscommon by-election.

He had been selected by a coalition of Nationalist groups and individuals, joined by an impatience...
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Book summary. Robert I. Frost. Study of Poland-Lithuania Part 1.

Posted June 11th, 2017 at 11:22 AM by samshit

Robert I. Frost is a British historian.
His interests are the history of Poland-Lithuania of 15-18 centuries.

The main purpose of his study " After deluge" is to examine why the Commonwealth should have failed so spectacularly to overcome the political and military crisis it faced as a result of Cossack rising and Muscovite and Swedish invasion.

Frost thinks that it was unique political structure of Poland-Lithuania in early modern period which diverged...
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Birkenau (part 3)

Posted June 5th, 2017 at 09:16 AM by Solidaire
Updated July 29th, 2017 at 07:54 AM by Solidaire

The barracks in this vast camp were mostly wooden prefabricated horse barns, laid upon the swampy, constantly wet ground without any foundations. Few remain, leaving behind a forest of brick chimneys, sole survivors in this otherworldly place.

Below is the interior of one such barrack, in the Quarantine section of the camp. Left and right, spaces where the bunkers once were. The brick stove can be seen at the far end, a construct attached to it running through the centre of the barrack....
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