Many years have passed since books calling themselves ‘revisionist’ have been published.
This resulted in Laws in some countries making such books illegal to write, to buy or to actively sell. Prison sentences were experienced by many Authors including Porter, Irving and Zundell.
But what has this achieved? Why is this the ONLY subject that is illegal to discuss, write about or even think about? We asked this question to Carlos Whitlock Porter, Translator and Author of many ‘Revisionist’ books….
Agincourt History: Juliet Barker Versus Professor Ann Curry
Historical accounts of events are often in opposition and the Azincourt story is no exception. A mad King, murderous Dukes, scheming Bishops, heroic Knights, Surgeons, Heralds, Spies and Pirates; Disease, battle strategy, the story of Agincourt (Azincourt) has them all.
The version of history told by Juliet Barker in her book “Agincourt: The King, the Campaign, the Battle” (and 5 x CD Audiobook) is deeply at odds with Professor Ann Curry's 'Revisionist' version of events. How should readers and listeners determine who is right and who is not?
November begins the ancient Celtic Pagan era of Samhain, when people light bonfires, bang drums and wear costumes to ward off bad spirits.
Many villages in England still celebrate with bonfire parties and evening street marches and this is now mixed up with Bonfire night and Guy Fawkes...
British Commercial Military Carbines 1750-1900
A brand new book by Barry Chisnall following the huge success of his first book: British Non-Ordnance Military Carbines 1750-1900. This new hardback edition with a blue cover, has a revised text, A4 size (21cm x 29.7cm), with 165 pages of full colour illustrations.
"We are open and honest enough to say we got this one wrong." Written by Megan Cox and Liam Coleman of the Loughborough Echo 11:38, 13 OCT 2017 Charnwood Borough Council have apologised after banning a market trader for selling Knights of Templar coffee mugs. (Image: Loughborough Echo) CHARNWOOD Borough Council has made an apology over the controversy caused by banning a market trader because she was selling Knights Templar coffee mugs. A spokesperson from the council said that they “got this one wrong.” Market stall holder, Tina Gayle, who had previously appeared in the Echo...