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“Did the King George V class battleship have the thickest armour of any battleship apart from the Yamato-class? (/u… https://t.co/L9IRgaOskY
Did the King George V class battleship have the thickest armour of any battleship apart from the Yamato-class? (/u/… https://t.co/4mKomwmWSL
How you know you’re a historian of the Gilded Age & Progressive Era: I recently found myself thinking “I seen my na… https://t.co/qskp1DkxAU
If that doesn’t count… https://t.co/IKI9VtG8rq
Corrections submitted! Stay tuned for my soon-to-be published article “‘England Failed to do her Duty towards Them’… https://t.co/3fJTYIUQdi
New publication on Plutarch: https://t.co/09rngUK8cK
Hey academic #twitterstorians: Did your dept hire last year?
Help us learn who gets tenure-track jobs!
We’re co… https://t.co/avQ5NtxQF6
Historians: looking for input. What software do you use for writing and info management? #twitterstorians
Interested in the history of ‘extreme’ weather in the UK? Explore the TEMPEST database, which contains c. 18,000 re… https://t.co/Yd7y64kjIm
Help me out #twitterstorians: if I’m making £50 a year in England in 1860s, what’s my social class? How well off or not am I?