Author James Hitchcock compares how different genres of music relate to political communication methods to on our new page “If politics was music.”
Whether Marine Historian, Model Shipbuilder, or just a History Buff
Offers Insights into History of Wooden Ships
Published in 1906, author George C.V.Holmes’s, Ancient and Modern Ships is a two volume set offering a dated, but useful reference on the history of various cultures’ maritime heritage. TheModelShipwright.com has republished Part I, which covers Wooden Sailing Ships.
This republished edition of the South Kensington Victoria and Albert Museum-supported textbook is reproduced in its original form, maintaining original pagination. Due to the deterioration of the original book that was scanned, there are some spots where reproduction is less than the clarity of a newly-published book. We at RedFlagPublishing.com feel this is an acceptable compromise to present the book to readers in the format in which it was published.
Exploring how history is written (or edited) by the victors, “The Copy Editors,” written by James Hitchcock and illustrated by Joe Williams, predicted exactly what happened when McGraw Hill recently reframed the capture of Africans for use as slaves as “migration” of “workers” in a history textbook.
This time they were called on the carpet for this whitewash of a horrific crime, but how many times have they gotten away with it?