Tag Archives: nazism

Gunlord’s College Saga, Episode 14 (December 8, 2019): Last week of classes!

Ooof…what shoulda been a pretty happy week (last one of classes!) turned into a tough one. First, my mom got sick, though thankfully it was just a cold ;-; Second, there’s been a change in one of my communities…nothing terrible, but I can’t talk about it publicly (staff stuff) so it’s been keeping me busy. […]

William L. Shirer and World War II: My Quickshot Review of The Nightmare Years

The second volume of William Shirer’s autobiography is titled Twentieth Century Journey: The Nightmare Years, 1930-1940. It starts off where his first volume left off, almost—he doesn’t go into much detail on his time in India, since he already wrote about his experiences there in Gandhi: A Memoir. It rather begins in Kabul, where he […]

Threats to the World in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Century: My Quickshot Review of William Shirer’s “The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.”

A little late this Friday, my friends, but still within my deadline! As promised in my previous entry (well, the one before the silly MGTOW one, haha), today I’ll be giving you a quickshot review of William L. Shirer’s Rise and Fall of the Third Reich. Now, one thing I forgot last time was to […]

William L. Shirer, The Rise and Fall of Adolf Hitler, and Me

I’m introducing something new this Friday, my friends. I call them ‘quickshot’ book reviews. Rather than full, exhaustive book reviews, these will concentrate on specific aspects of a single book and how they relate to me, meaning they’ll be fairly short—hence the name, “quickshot” J The first review will be on William L. Shirer’s The […]