Post by Jim Boylston on Apr 19, 2009 8:04:22 GMT -5
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Post by terryandrews55 on Apr 27, 2010 14:39:10 GMT -5
thanx for having me.i suppose my interests start from world war one[my grandfather was in the middlesex regiment,footballers battalion] and go backwards taking in american and british history in the 19c and 18c,chiefly.as a baby boomer i was raised up on westerns and i remember as a young boy making drawings of the alamo battle.once on=line i discovered you could buy a multitude of books on the west and these are what ive been accumulating of late.the alamo film,ditto for'zulu'planted the seeds of interest as a young boy and they are still there .they helped me blossom into a history buff and while i retain great affection for the movies,its the true history that lights my fire.greetings from liverpool,everyone.