What To Expect From The Augustus In November

As we draw every closer to Christmas, Bonfire Night and the anniversary of Armistice Day, you’ll be seeing a lot more awesome articles from me about a range of interesting topics that I’m sure will make you stop and read.

Here is my general overview of what you history learners, explorers and enthusiasts have to look forward to in the next few weeks. Moreover, I’ll be adding to this list every time a great new idea comes to mind.

Top Ten Battles In History

This will be an epic post, covering my personal opinion of what I believe to be ten major battles that either changed or stained the past. We will talk about why each one happened, and its effects on the time.

Additionally, there will be death stats, weaponry and a lot of brave people.

Role Of A Tank Operating Crew

This is a general term I’m using for a series of blog posts based all around tanks, how they worked, who invented them and in what ways they provided an amazing development in modern war. I’m working on this right now!

Napoleon For Life!

He is a man I am really very interested in. There’ll be insights into his early military career, rise to power, and terrible downfall after the failure of his huge ambitions. Furthermore, there’ll be some talk in what all this had to do with Britain, and in general how it changed the face of Europe in the 19th century.

Oh yes, and Napoleon rode a horse called Marengo that was short, just like him. Best friends.

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Boudicca – Let’s fight back!

Fierce and patriotic queen of the Iceni, Boudicca is an excellent example of women’s potential bravery and courage, standing for what they believe in. Boudicca fought against the Romans who had done awful things to her family and taken what was rightfully hers. After looking at the Romans in Britain, I’ll describe the rebellious things she did next, and there will be an opportunity for contributors to add something to the article.

Armistice Day, November 11th

As well as all the other excellent additions to the website, there will be some content on the anniversary of Armistice Day, which I surely cannot leave out.

Points such as why the Germans were forced to surrender, how the actions took place and what happened after that dreadful day for Germany will all be part of this conclusive read.

So those are my best upcoming posts in November! I hope you’ll enjoy reading them.

If you find anything particularly interesting, I’d love it if you shared it with a friend or two! It really helps the blog. 😁

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