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History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Mark » July 26th, 2012, 6:29 pm

Dear All

In addition to the more traditional web sites I would like to list below history blogs that include, at least in part, items of Napoleonic interest. If you know of any such blogs please post details below and I will add them to the master list.

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Mark Simner's Military History Blog | British military history from 1700s to 1900s
http://marksimner.me.uk/

Cavalry Tales Blog | British Cavalry in the 19th Century and other jottings
http://cavalrytales.wordpress.com/

A View From The Fighting Tops
http://viewfromthefightingtops.wordpress.com/

This is War | Daily Dispatches from the Pages of Military History
http://thisiswarblog.wordpress.com/

Warfare and Diplomatic History Blog
http://warfareandiplomacy.blogspot.co.uk

Adventures in Historyland
http://adventuresinhistoryland.wordpress.com/

Shannon Selin: Imagining The Bounds of History
http://shannonselin.com/blog/
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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Mark » July 31st, 2012, 10:57 pm

Several new blogs have been added to the master list above. If you own or know of any blogs that contain Napoleonic related content please post details below and I will add them.

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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby unclearthur » August 1st, 2012, 7:40 pm

You might be interested in this one

http://www.mmbennetts.com/

A mix of Georgian/Regency/Napoleonic social and military history with a bit of period art and literature thrown in for good measure.
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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Mark » March 19th, 2013, 6:26 pm

Just added...

The superb Adventures in Historyland blog from member Josh&Historyland!
http://adventuresinhistoryland.wordpress.com/

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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Shannon Selin » November 30th, 2013, 7:25 pm

Hi Mark,

I recently started a history blog with Napoleonic content. The focus is on Napoleon and his entourage post-1815, but there will be some overlap with the 1792-1815 period. I aim to add a new post once a week.

http://shannonselin.com/blog/

Thanks for the opportunity to list it here.

Best regards,
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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Mark » November 30th, 2013, 7:39 pm

Hi Shannon

I have added your blog to the master list above.

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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Shannon Selin » November 30th, 2013, 7:47 pm

Thanks! :)
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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Josh&Historyland » May 14th, 2014, 11:56 am

Anyone know if viewfromthefightingtops's forum The Admiralty Board is going to continue confirming new members, I signed up and tweeted the administratior but no joy for a couple of days, I assume he's just busy but I know it's been quiet there since sometime in 2013, it's a really good idea and it'd be a shame if it went silent.

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Re: History blogs with Napoleonic content

Postby Mark » May 14th, 2014, 1:16 pm

Since Keith left us both his forum and blog seem to have stagnated and ground to a halt. As you say it is a shame since both were very promising. Perhaps he will pick them both up again one day.

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