Housekeepingwise, I just had a few reminders/re-announcements.
-For anyone who didn’t see the post, I now have a secondary tumblr: historicity-reblogs. It’s basically where I reblog and reply/comment on historical material from either my dash or the unedited history/everything tag; I made it separate to avoid clogging up everyone’s dash with that sort of thing. So, that’s there if you’re interested.
-It’s been a while since I’ve mentioned that you can also follow me on facebook and twitter; I made those primarily for people who don’t want to miss posts, but aren’t on tumblr frequently enough to catch them all.
Okay, now onto the books! If you’ve been interested by the stuff I’ve been posting about, you might like these books:
The Federalist: with Letters of Brutus (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought) edited by Terence Ball, written by James Madison, John Jay, and Alexander Hamilton
Hitler: Profiles in Power by Ian Kershaw
The Kaiser and his Court: Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany translated by Terence F. Cole, written by John C. G. Röhl
The Unfree French: Life Under the Occupation by Richard Vinen
Past recommendations may be found on the Further Reading page.