Blackbeard | The Man Behind One of The Most Notorious 18th Century Pirate That Ever Lived

The strongest quality Blackbeard had were his ability to terrify others. It was a skill that allowed him to be a successful pirate without having to spill a lot of blood. He had a long black beard that would cover his whole face giving him a very menacing appearance. He is known for being one of the most notorious and deadly pirates of his time.

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Why I Broke Up With the U.S Civil War & I Am Also Looking For Guest Posters For The Blog

I have some things to say about the U.S Civil War community but first I am writing a quick message to let everyone know that the blog is open to request for guest posters! If you are interested in being a regular writer on the site or want to just have some of your work appear on the blog once then please let me know! I would be happy to have you!

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Beyond Wolf Hall – Icarus ascending Part Two╽Written by Guest Writer Paul Hemphill

In today’s post I will be sharing the second part of a two part series written by Paul Hemphill from his blog In That Howling Infinite as he covers the 1530s and the historical significance of Henry VIII’s reign and the upheaval brought about by his “great matter’ and divorce from Catherine of Aragon and breaking away from the Catholic Church.

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