Blogmaster’s Note: No Images Are Mine One‑Hundred‑Seventy‑Seven Kilograms By Philip E. Kaveny The Judge spoke, “Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis nemmine excusat” A what the … Continue reading
Reflections on The Tulsa Race War Reading and then doing follow-up research on The Tulsa Race War and Its Legacy: by James Hirsch © 2002 is really a step in … Continue reading
Slime Pit an Unlikely Glimpse of Redemption By Philip Kaveny c 1984 2017 The slime pit was about a hundred meters along and twenty meters deep. Its mirror … Continue reading
A Review of Eric Lohr and Marshall Poe (eds.) The Military and Society in Russia: 1450-1917 History of Warfare. v. 14 (Leiden; Boston, MA: Brill, 2002) 550 pp. $ 180.00. ISBN 9004122737.
Phil Kaveny crafted this review for De Re Militari in 2004. Here is a link to this page. http://www.deremilitari.org/REVIEWS/Lohr_Russia.htm
Winston Churchill’s War: Ffaldschaddar VI by Phil Kaveny Meanwhile, Colonel Woody Wilson, and his fireman, Captain George S. Patton, along with his conductor, 1st Lieutenant Teddy Roosevelt, headed … Continue reading
Jack the Robot Sings the Blues by Philip Kaveny Originally published in Janus, Vol. 4, #2-3, Summer/Autumn 1978 The pronoun “per” has been substituted for sex-specific pronouns as an experiment; … Continue reading
Phoenix: 2478 by Philip Kaveny Originally published in Janus 14, Vol. 4, #4, Winter 1978/79 The ship completed its 23rd orbit. They found no attraction, nothing of interest whatsoever to … Continue reading