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Read: "Patricians and Emperors: The Last Rulers of the Western Roman Empire" by Ian Hughes. This book gives the bios of the elites that welded power in the final decades of the Western Roman Empire from the assassination of Aetius, the Last Roman, in 454AD to the death of Julius Nepos in 480AD. Very Good and Recommended.
"The Elamite World" ed. by Javier Alvarez-Mon, Gian Basello, and Yasmina Wicks. A new book with the latest info on the land of Elam which existed in Southwest Iran from about 3200BC to mid 500's BC. Just OK.
Currently Now It Can Be Told by Phillip Gibbs.
Read: Islam at the Gates: How Christendom Defeated the Ottoman Turks" by Diane Moczar. A overview of the military campaigns by the muhammadan Ottomans to conquer Europe and how the Europeans stopped them. Very Good and Recommended.
"Mohammed's Koran: Why Muslims Kill for Islam" by Peter Mclaughlin and Tommy Robinson. A brilliant expose and Most Highly Recommended.
Read: " Slavery, Terrorism and Islam" by Peter Hammond. A fascinating read and thoroughly documented response to the anti-Christian propaganda by muhammadans, marxists, and Hollywood film makers. As Karl Marx said " The first battle is the re-writing of history". The book covers the 1400 years of islam up to now on muhammadan slavery and terrorism all over the world. Most highly recommended.
"Crossing Suez, 1973: A New Point of View" by Amiram Ezov. Covers all the problems with the crossing of the Suez Canal in 1973 only. This includes the different bridges with their problems, internal arguments within the Israeli High Command, fighting at the Chinese Farm, and the muhammadans' response. Very Good and Recommended.
"Byzantium and The Crusades" by Jonathan Harris. A history of Western contacts with Byzantium that grew into animosity that would end up being a "Clash of Civilizations'. It would bring about the fall of Constantinople to the 4th Crusade and the end of Byzantium's dominance in the Eastern Med. Very Good and Recommended.