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I have always had an interest in history but have sometimes been disappointed at the dryness with which books on it can be written. History needs to come alive to make it real and not appear to be some distant and remote subject of little relevance to our world. That is why I try my best to bring out the drama in the subjects that I write about whilst at the same time trying to ensure that the books I am involved with are based entirely on fact.

I started writing about twelve years ago and have been constantly amazed at the things I didn't know about the subjects I research to write about. My main interest is in medieval history which is why my early books were mainly on the Crusades. However I am always interested in new discoveries so I do find myself looking at new areas all the time - for example I am currently writing a book on the Dambusters.

I hope that those that read my books will at least share some of my enthusiasm for the subjects that I write about and will also understand something of the importance of history to the world that we live in today.

I am very lucky in that I have a job that takes me around the world into lots of places that I wouldn't otherwise visit. This is what for example inspired me to write about the Mongols - I worked in Mongolia for a while and fell in love with the place. Most of my work is in slightly offbeat places which is great for introducing me to places of great beauty and histories of great interest that I wouldn't otherwise know about.

I look forward to writing for many years and am always happy to hear from anyone who has read my books with any positive or negative comments - I am always trying to get better at what I do. Thanks for taking the time to read this.

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W. B. Bartlett is a management consultant with a life-long interest in history, who has been publishing books on historical subjects for more than ten years. He is the author of "God Wills It," "An Ungodly War," "Assassins," "The Taming of the Dragon," "Legends of Blood," "The Road to Armageddon," "The Last Crusade," and "Islam's War Against the Crusaders."

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An excellent and concise birds eye view. 25 Aug 2013
By Mr. G. J. C. Morrison - Published on Amazon.com
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Well written, balanced look at the over-all picture of the Anglo-Zulu. Highly recommended reading. I have read many books on this topic, but this one stands out for me.
Just the right level of detail. It was readable ... 20 Oct 2014
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Just the right level of detail. It was readable and seemed to be an honest version of events. Surely a big black eye in British diplomatic history.
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