Joined 2 years ago from Northeast Michigan, United States of America
JR Gilbert is a student of history and a home-school graduate. He resides in Northeast Michigan.
He has been published in the Karwansaray Publishers magazines Ancient Warfare and Medieval Warfare and has submitted articles for Decision Games' Strategy & Tactics. He was published in an academic publication, the Han Lin Journal on China History Forum. He is also published online at Military History, Armchair General, Samurai Archives, and now self-publishes through HubPages.
JR has been writing since 2003 and recently resumed writing after a four-year hiatus starting in 2016.
JR's interests as a writer are primarily military and political history around the world. He also dabbles in social history.
2 years ago
The battle of Haliartus was the first major confrontation of the Corinthian War, the first serious challenge to Sparta's new leadership position in Greece after the end of the Peloponnesian War.
2 years ago
The Quasi-War, an undeclared naval conflict between the former allies America and France, was the first major test of American neutrality that also had a great impact on US domestic politics as well.
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