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text 2020-07-13 15:51
Legal Assistance for Buying Property in the UK

There are several complex issues that you will have to pay close attention to when leasing or buying a commercial property. We strongly advise that you consult expert solicitors at Alfred James & Co Solicitors LLP to systematically go through every detail and process before you sign.


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url 2020-07-08 08:47
Important Dates and Events in January - DataFlair

Learn Important dates & events in January. It covers Global and National Events. These are must to know if you are appearing in exams lile IAS, UPSC etc.

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url 2020-07-01 15:53
Podcast #188 is up!
Horace Greeley: Print, Politics, and the Failure of American Nationhood - James M. Lundberg

My latest podcast is up on the New Books Network website! In it, I interview Jake Lundberg about his biography of the American newspaper editor and presidential candidate Horace Greeley. Enjoy!

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text 2020-06-23 15:18
Just in case Twitter ever deletes it.

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review 2020-06-03 12:31
The Last Refuge of the Knights Templar
The Last Refuge of the Knights Templar - William F. Mann

by William F. Mann


This was totally different from what I expected. I have a historical interest in the Knights Templar, who were disbanded and mostly executed in 1309. I didn't know that the Freemasons had adopted the name for their own organisation, although I've seen other modern groups do the same.


This story is set in American Civil War times and centered on a historical figure called Albert Pike, who was a general in the Confederate army and a Freemason.


The writing was reasonably good, apart from some of the dialogue, but this just isn't an area of interest for me. I feel the book is mis-titled, though I should have read the description more closely. The first few lines supported the impression that it would actually be about the Knights Templar from the title.


If someone wants to read about Civil War Confederacy and Freemasonry of the time, this should appeal. The connections to the Templars are certainly pure fiction though.

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