Tag Archives: War

#BookReview: Fava, by John Hazen #ASMSG #IARTG

The biggest story of Francine Vega’s career could end her life…or start World War III. Francine is a rising TV news reporter in New York City. Despite her brains, beauty and a growing following, she is stuck covering local interest … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Yom Kippur War: These are My Brothers #ASMSG

This is the personal story of an outstanding military commander, leading men he did not know into battle. It is also a story of the people of the Israeli Reserve Armored Forces, who inadvertently become heroes in a brutal war. … Continue reading

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#BookReview: Strategy Six Pack – The Art of War, The Gallic Wars, Life of Charlemagne, The Prince, On War and Battle Studies (Illustrated) #ASMSG #MondayBlogs

**OUT NOW: Strategy Six Pack 8 – King Alfred, The Greeks, Captain Cook and more.** “War is merely the continuation of politics by other means.” – Clausewitz. Strategy Six Pack brings together six essential texts for military theorists: Machiavelli’s The … Continue reading

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#Book #Review of Boudicca: #HerStory by Lilian Roberts #ASMSG #Bookreviews

The purpose of this post is to share recent reviews I have received for one of my books, entitled, “Boudicca: Her Story“, (in Kindle format, available from Amazon) and “Boudicca: Warrior Queen” (in paperback format, available from Createspace). Same story, … Continue reading

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Five Short Stories: Chile Lindo Santiago Querido

Five Short Stories: I Live In Chile from profesorbaker on Vimeo. Video: Chile Lindo Santiago Querido Why should anyone read, “Five Short Stories“? To enjoy your story, within the limitations of your life. We all live busy lives: family, work, … Continue reading

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Five Short Stories: #Journey of a #Hero, #True #Love, #Impossible Love, A #Woman (wronged) at #War & #Peace

“What you are depends on the stories you read.” Five must-read stories are told: Journey of a Hero, True Love, Impossible Love, A Woman at War & lastly, Peace. Who is a hero/heroine? Answer: Anyone who does something requiring courage, … Continue reading

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Five Short Stories: Journey of a Hero, True Love, Impossible Love, A Woman at War & Peace

Will you tell me a story, Storyteller? Yes, I will tell you a story my friend. Not just one story, but five stories I shall tell you. There is a story about a hero, and who the hero is, I … Continue reading

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King George VI to His People: The King’s (Real) Speech

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of watching the movie, “The King’s Speech”. As a teacher of English, watching it, almost made me cry. If I had been alone, maybe I would have. Cried. Cried real tears of pity, tears of … Continue reading

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Would You Change? A Connectivist Reactive-Writing Lesson Plan (#CCK11) (#ELTchat) (#esl) (#edreform) (#education)

Would you change? That’s the writing prompt for a reactive-writing lesson. Here, I’m using my biography, true stories taken from my life experience, to increase the likelihood of engaging my students. After all, who would have thought that the teacher … Continue reading

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Was Einstein a Scholar? He Was, Wasn’t He? (#CCK11)

Who is a digital scholar? What is digital scholarship? When a definition is elusive, more subjective in nature than objective, then my scholarship status is defined by you. You validate me. Don’t you? When I wrote those lines above, I … Continue reading

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