Just some personal thoughts and musings on culture, and history.
Saturday, February 27, 2016
A Battle Miss-Remembered
Battle of Poltava
In a previous post I mentioned and reviewed a rather unpleasant example of the bias of the Military Historian J. F. C. Fuller,1. Here I will discuss one of Fuller's less than stellar feats in the description of a decisive battle.
In My last post I made fun of a character in Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. Surely one
of the worst written novels ever excreted by an author. Here I will just make a
few points about the philosophical centre of the novel. John Galt’s truly
horribly written speech.1