My reason, for writing this book, is that I believe a tribute is in order, to recognise all who were part of Headington Hill Hall during the years 1939 to 1958, either directly or indirectly. The... More > contributions these people made have had a profound affect on future generations. Vis-à-vis:
My father would be recognised for his significant role in inventing the Oxford Lift.
The staff, surgeons, nurses and therapists at St Hugh’s and other affiliated hospitals, be recognised for their dedication and skill was immeasurable. What they started, in the way of treatment, was essential for the eventual well-being of ‘The Boys’. It was ground-breaking in many ways. What was learned from the whole experience has set the standard for rehab in the following decades.
This is Dawn’s fourth non-fiction book. The first two were set in England, and the third was primarily set in the United States.< Less
Family notes collected by Judge Richard Henry Jones (1868-1949) of Andalusia. Judge Jones’ notes are supplemented with material collected by Ruby Richards Bryan (1901-1982) and additional notes... More > from the editor of the book, Scott R. Smith.< Less
This is the first book by Fjordman. This compilation of Fjordman articles from websites like Gates of Vienna, Jihad Watch, Atlas Shrugs, The Brussels Journal and Fjordman's own (now defunct) blog has... More > been updated and finetuned to reflect his current views on the islamization of Europe. It provides a thorough analysis of the causes and circumstances of the islamization process, a country-by-country survey and an optimistic concluding chapter with suggestions for the future.
Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs writes: "The preeminent essayist, historian, and one of the leading lights of the counter jihad movement, Fjordman, has released his first book. Europe's most reliable witness and modern historian has completed a compedium of analysis and data of the islamization of Europe."< Less